With a career spanning more than five decades, Hollywood veteran Steve Martin has said he’s “not going to seek” any more acting work.

The 76-year-old film and TV star said he might be considering retirement after he wraps filming on the upcoming third season of his Hulu series, Only Murders In The Building, co-starring Martin Short and Selena Gomez.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Martin said it was becoming difficult to stay in the game at this point in his career.

“There’s a time in your career when people are dying to see you … Now is the time in my career when I’m the one who’s got to show up,” he said.

“When this television show [Only Murders In The Building] is done, I’m not going to seek others. I’m not going to seek other movies. I don’t want to do cameos. This is, weirdly, it.”

The star, who has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor (Comedy) at this year’s awards for his work on Only Murders In The Building, started out in stand-up comedy. Martin made his name in the 1960s for his writing work on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, before becoming a host on Saturday Night Live.

After retiring from comedy, Martin transitioned to the big screen in the 80s, starring in hit films such as Three Amigos, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Father of the Bride, Pink Panther, and Cheaper By The Dozen.

Martin has earned himself five Grammys, an Emmy, and an Honorary Academy Award, meaning he only needs to score a Tony award to achieve the prestigious EGOT status.

In his personal life, Martin became a father for the first time at the age of 67, welcoming a daughter with his wife of 15 years, Anne Stringfield.

Though he says he won’t be looking for more acting work, Martin hasn’t retired just yet.

“My wife keeps saying, “You always say you’re going to retire and then you always come up with something’ … I’m not really interested in retiring,” Martin added.

“I’m not. But I would just work a little less. Maybe.”

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