Bruce Willis started his career in the ’80s.
Bruce Willis‘ daughter Rumer revealed Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with aphasia and is be retiring from his decades-long profession in acting.
According to the Mayo Clinic, aphasia is a medical disorder that affects a person’s ability to speak, write, and interpret language, both vocal and written. It usually happens after a stroke or a concussion.
Willis, 67, is well-known for his Die Hard movies, among many other movies such as The Sixth Sense, Red, The Fifth Element, The Last Boy Scout, Armageddon, and many more, he has a number of post-production movies under his belt, including “Vendetta,” “Fortress: Sniper’s Eye,” and “White Elephant.” What will happen to “Fortress 3,” which is now in pre-production, is unknown.