Chris Hemsworth is one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's best ambassadors. The MCU has been successful in launching a number of performers to prominence.

He was previously best known for his role as Kirk's father in the first few minutes of the 2009 Star Trek reboot, but the 2011 release of the first Thor movie 

rocketed his career to the point where he now has a new action franchise with Netflix's Extraction and the recently released Disney+ series Limitless.

The fourth episode of the recently released television series Limitless revealed to Hemsworth that he has a "strong" genetic propensity to develop Alzheimer's disease in later life.

The APOE4 gene, which is linked to a higher risk of the memory-loss condition, is present in both of his parents. He's as a result

Hemswort told Vanity Fair, "I truly felt like it triggered something in me to want to take some time off." And ever since the show ended, 

 I'm returning home, taking some time off, and trying to keep things simple. Be with my wife and the kids. He decided to include the parts in which he learns about his probable medical career 

"I simply didn't want to twist it and overdramatize it and turn it into some type of cheesy grab at empathy or whatever for entertainment," was my main concern.

Hemsworth acknowledged the prospect of a future return to the role of Thor despite his brief sabbatical. He initially replied, "I'm open to it if there are more,"

I have a feeling that it would be the end, but that is not based on anything anyone has said or any kind of planning. You have this hero's birth, his or her journey, and eventual demise.