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Robert Redford, the screen legend and Oscar winner, has announced that he's retiring from acting at the grand old age of 81, with upcoming movie "The Old Man & The Gun" his last gig in front of the camera. The actor, director and founder of the Sundance Institute and film festival, began his career onstage 60 years ago, before moving into television and film, and eventually into directing.Director David Lowery told Empire magazine that he felt the "weight" of directing Redford in his final screen role.The annual Sundance Film Festival is one of the most influential in the world and has fostered over a generation of independent directors.In 2002, he won an honorary Oscar as an actor, director, producer and creator of Sundance. A passionate conservationist and environmentalist, in 2016 Redford was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the U.S.
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