Jessica Lange might be leaving acting behind forever. On Wednesday, October 23 New York Daily News posted the story that the actress is planning to retire from acting after the next season of "American Horror Story," which she has starred in for the past three seasons.
Lange revealed that she "wants to go out with a bang" and her appearance on the television horror drama has not only rejuvenated her career but brought her numerous awards as well. The actress has won an Emmy, five Golden Globes and two Oscars for playing Sister Jude and Constance during the first two seasons.
Lange has made a list of acting roles she wants to accomplish before moving on to other ventures. The list includes the next season of "American Horror Story," one or two movies, and a stage production. The 64-year-old actress has shown an interest in becoming a director in the future. She has also illustrated a children's book and enjoys taking photographs while bike riding around New Orleans, where the third season is filmed.
The actress currently stars as Supreme witch Fiona Goode on "American Horror Story: Coven," the third season of the series which focuses on witches who try to save themselves from extinction in the modern world. The season began in early October and is scheduled to run through January.
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