Entertainment Portia de Rossi Explains Why She Quit Acting

21:06  16 may  2018
21:06  16 may  2018 Source:   etonline.com

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Portia de Rossi has quit acting . The Arrested Development star has decided to take a step back from her acting and wants to work on something 'challenging and different' now. She really doesn't. That's why she actually quit acting .

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Portia de Rossi appeared on wife Ellen DeGeneres' talk show Wednesday to share the reason she said goodbye to acting.

"I was approaching 45, aging out," de Rossi joked. "I was just kind of wondering if there was something I could tackle now that I've never done before that would be really wonderful and different. I kind of knew what acting would look like for me for the next 10 or 20 years, so I decided to quit and start a business."

In lieu of acting, de Rossi started General Public, an art curation and publishing company that uses special technology to print paintings.

"I see a lot of women in their mid-forties kind of thinking about the next stage of their lives and I just didn't want to regret not trying something," de Rossi said.

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The decision to quit wasn't one that initially stuck, though. After being written off Scandal, de Rossi still found herself filming season five of Arrested Development, which hits Netflix May 29.

"I made this decision about 18 months ago, Shonda Rhimes wrote me off Scandal, it was fine," de Rossi recalled. "I called Mitch Hurwitz, who's the creator of Arrested Development, and I said, 'If there is a season five I won't be doing it because I quit acting.' And he seemed really understanding and he totally got it, we had a really great conversation ... and then he wrote me into five episodes. I don't know how it happened, but yes, I am on season five."

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Portia de Rossi , in a revealing new interview this week on "The Conversation With Amanda De Cadenet," opened up about her struggle to come to terms with her sexuality and her public coming out in 2005.

It turns out that gift, which de Rossi had to keep secret for five to six months, was hard to pull off.

"It was so hard too because she's really observant. Not nosy, just observant," de Rossi assured. "So yeah, it was really quite a feat to pull that off. I mean, you know, it's kind of hard to know what to get you, right?"

In between trying to successfully prepare DeGeneres' gift, de Rossi admittedly made a few mistakes with the guest list for her wife's birthday party.

"I need to say this on the air. So it was up to me to do the guest list and I may have left a couple of very important people off the guest list. It's my fault. That's what I want to say," de Rossi said. "Sorry, Jane Fonda. She's, like, my idol and I forgot her. Heidi Klum, you make the best swimsuits ever, thank you. I'm so sorry."

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