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Bruce Willis Retiring From Acting After Being Diagnosed With Aphasia

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.

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