Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp is shocked by his success, and fears his career might anyday come to an abrupt end.
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor who shot to fame in Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984 is "deeply grateful" for the work he is offered and constantly worries his career will end suddenly, reports contactmusic.com.
"I never dreamed I would get this far and stay around for so long. In fact I always wonder when I'm going to be rumbled and sent packing. It could happen tomorrow, so I'm just deeply, deeply grateful for the jobs I get," he said.
"Who knows. I might still end up playing guitar in some bar someplace. Or pumping gas? I honestly believe it's a miracle I still get jobs," he added.