Oscar winner Judi Dench hints at retirement from acting

Oscar winner Judi Dench hints at retirement from acting

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Dench suffers from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which is a common cause of vision loss and affects more than 700,000 people in the UK.

This condition gradually weakens central vision, making tasks like reading and recognizing faces challenging.

Despite this, Dench has previously shown remarkable resilience and continues to deliver memorable performances on both stage and screen.

Judi Dench's career began in 1957 and she soon established herself as one of the leading classical actresses of her generation.

Her Oscar-winning role as Queen Elizabeth I in “Shakespeare in Love” (1998) is still admired today, as is her iconic portrayal of M in the James Bond series, a role she played from 1995’s “GoldenEye” to a cameo in 2015’s “Spectre.”

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