Actor Bruce Willis is retiring from acting due to health problems.


Actor Bruce Willis is known for his long career in Hollywood of several decades, known for his leading roles in action movies like “Die Hard” and his sequels, “Armageddon” and many others.

Bruce Willis’s family announced to the media that the famous American actor is retiring from acting after being diagnosed with a serious mental illness. “Bruce has had problems with mental health and has been diagnosed with aphasia, a condition which has affected his cognitive abilities,” said one of his family comments. Aphasia, the disease he has been diagnosed with, impairs the ability to communicate and can affect the ability to speak, write and understand language, both verbally and in writing. 

Bruce Willis worked hard for the past two years before the actor’s family announced his retirement from acting. Before retiring, Willis starred in many action movies, which were shown throughout cinemas. After starring in the 2019 film “Glass” reprinting his role from “Unbreakable” from 2000 and “Motherless Brooklyn” directed by Edward Norton, Willis appeared in 15 films released in the last two years. Including movies like: 10 Minutes Gone, Trauma Center, Survive the Night, Hard Kill, Breach, Cosmic Sin, Midnight in the Switchgrass, Out of Death, Survive the Game, Apex, Deadlock, Fortress, American Siege, Benzine Alley, and A Day to Die.

He is also rumored to have eight other films listed as completed or in post-production, including a sequel to “Fortress” with Chad actor Michael Murray.

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