Bruce Willis to retire from acting because of illness

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The Die-Hard actor Bruce Willis is retiring from acting due to his disease: aphasia; disclosed to the actor’s family on Wednesday. The family posted a combined statement on social media regarding the same. The 67-year-old actor’s family posted the news on Instagram, with a long- heartfelt caption on their Instagram feeds. As a family, they wanted to let his fans know that our beloved Bruce has been dealing with various health concerns and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive ability.

Aphasia is a communication disorder that makes it hard to use words correctly. It affects your speech, writing, and ability to understand languages. 

He is best known for his roles as John McClane in the Die-Hard films, which made him very famous. He was also famous for his role in the hit television show Friends. His acting career began in the early 1980s but he did not become a household name until later in that era – first after introducing opposite Cybill Shepherd in, In his 1988 performance as John McClane in the first Die Hard film, he received an Emmy nomination for his work on the ABC television series Moonlighting.

He’s been selected for five Golden Globes, winning one for Moonlighting, and three Emmys, winning two. Willis’ most recent films include “Gasoline Alley,” which was released in February, and “A Day to Die,” which was released in early March. “Die Like Lovers,” “Corrective Measures,” and “The Wrong Place” are among the films Willis has already shot for release in 2022 and 2023.

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