Sir Michael Caine, aged 90, has officially announced his retirement from acting in an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today show.

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His final role is in "The Great Escaper," a biographical film released on October 6th, portraying the escape of a World War II veteran from a care home.

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Caine reflects on his successful career and acknowledges that at his age, he is likely to be offered only roles as elderly men.

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He believes that leading men aren't cast at 90, and the industry focuses on younger talent.

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Caine appreciates the evolving portrayal of older individuals on screen and notes that he is different from the stereotypical elderly characters.

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His illustrious career spans decades and genres, featuring iconic films such as "Zulu," "The Italian Job," and collaborations with Christopher Nolan.

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Caine has received accolades, including Academy Awards for "Hannah and Her Sisters" and "The Cider House Rules," and he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2000.