Celebrities work long hours and deal with the craziness of stardom, including insistent paparazzi. Of course, some celebs also earn insane amounts of money, which some might argue is a fair trade-off for the lack of privacy. Regardless of how much they’re banking, celebrities are just like us, and eventually most want to hang up their boots.
Click through for an update on how some of your favorite retired celebs are spending their time these days.
1. Amanda Bynes
Actress Amanda Bynes is best known for her starring roles on Nickelodeon’s “The Amanda Show” and The WB’s “What I Like About You.” Because Bynes’ career was on the rise, it undoubtedly shocked fans when the star announced her retirement from acting on Twitter in 2010.
Her retirement announcement was followed by erratic behavior, including threats to kill her parents, DUI charges and shoplifting accusations. However, today Bynes seems to be doing much better. The former actress — who has a net worth of $5.7 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth — recently celebrated her 30th birthday with friends at Six Flags.
2. David Letterman
After 33 years on the air, the late-night talk show host retired at the age of 68 in 2015. The formerly clean-shaven celeb was photographed sporting a beard in September 2015 and again while on vacation in St. Barts in March 2016.
Letterman — who is worth an estimated $400 million — hasn’t looked back since retiring. These days, he enjoys spending time with his wife and 12-year-old son. Additionally, the ex-host has started running again since retiring from the business.
3. Daniel Bryan
WWE star Daniel Bryan was a professional wrestler for 16 years before he announced his retirement in February 2016 due to health issues. Despite the athlete’s love of being in the ring, concussions, seizures and neck surgery all compelled him to change his lifestyle.
At the time of his retirement, Bryan had a net worth of $5 million. His wife Brie Bella, who is also a pro wrestler, plans to retire in 2016. The couple intends to start a family.
4. Sir Sean Connery
Sir Sean Connery was the original James Bond and had an acting career that spanned almost five decades. During this time, he accumulated a net worth of $120 million, according to TheRichest. However, in 2010, Connery said, “I don’t think I’ll ever act again.”
In addition to playing 007, Connery is best known for roles in films like “The Hunt for Red October,” “The Untouchables” and “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” His last film role was in 2003. According to his friend Sir Michael Caine, as of 2011 Connery had no plans of returning to the big screen.
The retired actor enjoys spending time with his grandchildren at his Greek villa, playing golf and attending film festivals and tennis matches.
5. Kenny Rogers
Never let it be said that Kenny Rogers doesn’t know “when to walk away” and “when to run.” In September 2015, the artist announced his plans to retire after his final world tour. His goal was to devote more time to his wife and children, and less time to the music business.
Rogers’ retirement became official on Dec. 23, 2015. He retired with a net worth of $250 million.
6. Tina Turner
With her raspy voice and amazing presence, Tina Turner knows how to put on a show. Some of her hits include “What’s Love Got To Do With It” and “Better Be Good to Me.” She was a force to be reckoned with on the stage, but in 2000, Turner announced her retirement while performing in Switzerland.
Although she returned to the stage in 2008, the singer told Oprah Winfrey in 2013 that she didn’t have any plans to come out of retirement again. More recently, Turner — who has a net worth of $250 million — married her long-time boyfriend in Switzerland. An 18-track compilation of the artist’s love songs was released in February 2014, but it didn’t include new music.
7. Gloria Estefan
Cuban singer Gloria Estefan announced her retirement in March 2009. At a press conference, Estefan said, “These will be the last concerts I do. After, I want to focus on my daughter, who is going to high school, and continue working in other areas.”
Estefan met her husband Emilio in 1975. The two aren’t only musicians, but also business people; they own the successful restaurant chain Bongos Cuban Café, along with multiple nightclubs and hotels. The two are also humanitarians, and in 2015 they were presented with a Presidential Medal of Freedom at a ceremony presided over by President Barack Obama. The songstress and entrepreneur has a net worth of $500 million.
8. Oscar De La Hoya
Boxer Oscar De La Hoya announced his retirement in 2009, four months after losing to Manny Pacquiao. After several years in retirement, De La Hoya considered a comeback but ultimately decided against a return to the ring in 2015.
After retiring, De La Hoya overcame a substance abuse problem following two stints in rehab. Today, he reportedly feels healthy and happy. And with a net worth of $200 million, De La Hoya has plenty of money to spend as he enjoys life with his wife and kids.
9. Shawn Johnson
Gymnast Shawn Johnson has won both gold and silver Olympic medals for her craft. Her gymnastics career began when she was just 3 years old. Unfortunately, a 2010 ski accident left Johnson with a knee injury. In 2012, the athlete, who was just 20, announced her retirement from competitive gymnastics.
Today, Johnson is engaged to NFL player Andrew East. She has a net worth of $9 million.
10. Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning’s NFL career began when he served as a quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. In 2012, Manning signed with the Denver Broncos and was with the team through 2016. After winning his second Super Bowl in 2016, Manning announced his retirement in March of that year.
While Manning has yet to reveal his post-retirement plans, they will undoubtedly involve spending time with his wife and two children. The retired athlete, who is worth $200 million, was recently spotted singing karaoke at a Tennessee bar.
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