Bruce Willis attends a 2013 filming call for “A Good Day to Die Hard.”
Willis starred with Cybill Shepherd in the TV series ‘Moonlighting’ from 1985 to 1989. They played private detectives in the comedy-drama, also known as ‘Drama’.
Willis accepts the Emmy Award for Best Actor for “Moonlighting” in 1987.
Willis puts his arm around musician Billy Joel as they perform together in New York in 1987. Willis released his debut album that year, “Bruno Returns.”
Willis put a fresh twist on the action hero archetype when he starred in the 1988 movie Die Hard. Many 1980s action films featured muscle-bound heroes who seemed almost invincible. John McClain of Willis was more vulnerable but also more relatable.
Willis married another major movie star, Demi Moore, in 1987. They have three daughters – Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah. They divorced in 2000.
Willis, left, appears in a skit from Wayne’s World during an episode of “Saturday Night Live” in 1989.
Willis and Meryl Streep appear together in the 1992 movie Death Becomes She.
Willis, third from right, poses with some of his co-stars in 1994’s “Pulp Fiction.” With Willis, from left, are Samuel L. Jackson, Maria de Medeiros, Quentin Tarantino, Uma Thurman and John Travolta. Tarantino also directed the movie.
Willis appears with Brad Pitt in a scene from the 1995 movie “12 Monkeys.”
Willis leaves handprints outside Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood in 1995.
Willis and his family — from left, Scott, Roemer and Moore — attend the premiere of Moore’s new movie “Striptease” in 1996.
Willis performs in concert in Berlin in 1996. Willis was born in West Germany in 1955. His father, David, was an American soldier, and his mother, Marilyn, was German. Willis grew up in New Jersey after his father was discharged from the army.
Willis appeared on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno in 1997.
Willis and Milla Jovovich star in the 1997 sci-fi thriller The Fifth Element.
Willis led a team of oil drillers who helped save the world in the 1998 movie “Armageddon.”
Willis and Haley Joel Osment appear in The Sixth Sense in 1999.
Willis, acting opposite David Schwimmer, in an episode of Friends in 2000.
Willis, as a spokesperson for the kids at the nursery, watches Danita Strauss kiss her son, Tyler, after his adoption was finalized in 2002.
Willis visits US forces in Kuwait in 2003.
Willis appears in the “Sin City” scene with Michael Madsen in 2005.
Willis walks the red carpet at the “Sin City” premiere in Los Angeles in 2005.
Willis and his daughter Rumer appear together in the 2005 film Hostage.
Willis poses with the animal character RJ, who is voiced by him in the 2006 animated film “Over the Hedge.”
Willis shows his support for the Chicago Bears while attending the Super Bowl in 2007. He is joined by his daughters Tallulah and Rumer, his ex-wife Moore and Moore’s husband, actor Ashton Kutcher.
Willis and fellow actors Danny DeVito and Jack Nicholson listen to a boy thank him during a curtain call for a stage reading of “The World of Nick Adams” in 2008. The event benefited Painted Turtle, a camp and family daycare center founded by actor Paul Newman for children with life-threatening illnesses.
Willis looks up to Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who was to play a younger version of Willis’ character in the time-traveling film “Looper” in 2012. Gordon-Levitt wore prosthetic makeup to look like Willis, and even adopted some of Willis’s work. Speech patterns and behaviours.
Willis, center, starring in “Moonrise Kingdom” in 2012.
Willis attended the Berlin premiere of “Die Hard” in 2013. There have been five “Die Hard” films, including his first in 1988.
Willis and his second wife, model Emma Heming Willis, attended the Vanity Fair Oscar party in 2014. The two married in 2009, and they have two daughters, Mabel and Evelyn.
Leon Addison Brown, Willis and Laurie Metcalfe attend the opening night of the Broadway play “Misery” in 2015.
Willis attends a Comedy Central roast in 2018.
Willis threw the first pitch before a Philadelphia Phillies baseball game in 2019.
Willis attended Moore’s Book Party in 2019 with their daughters and his second wife, Emma Heming Willis. From left is Rumer Willis, Moore, Bruce Willis, Scott Willis, Emma Heming Willis and Tallulah Willis.
Willis is directed by M. Night Shyamalan in the 2019 movie “Glass.”
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