VIDEO. Bruce Willis, an American actor, is struck down by aphasia at the age 67. Seven replicas of Bruce Willis’ big-screen monster return to history.
Bruce Willis deserves a clap. The American actor who for years played the tough-skinned hero of the “Die Hard” saga has to end his career due to health problems. His family announced his death on Wednesday evening via their Instagram account.
Hollywood star, who recently turned 67, has been diagnosed as having aphasia. This is a brain disorder that causes language disorders. He is a star actor who has appeared in more than 110 films. His roles as tough men with sensitive hearts have won him the admiration of millions. Seven replicas are needed to prove the point. See our montage below.
Bruce Willis is a constant in the seventh art, since his 1987 film debut in Blake Edwards’ “Drinking and Disappointments”. He has been a sought-after actor in Hollywood and has played in many of the most successful productions he has appeared in. He is best remembered for his role in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 film “Pulp Fiction”. Because of his talent and his unique game, he was transformed into Butch Coolidge by a mafia boss. In scenes that are now inexplicable, he lost his last match in ring.
Under the direction of Luc Besson, “the Fifth Element”, he could become the foutraque Korben DALLAS three years later. He is a taxi driver and a retired soldier, who will have his life turned upside-down by an extraterrestrial. Last but not least, he is most well-known for his role as John McClane on the TV series “Die Hard”. He was a New York policeman with a sarcastic humor who was more concerned about drinking and anxiolytics rather than solving his investigations. Unforgettable.