Due to being diagnosed with afasi, a deteriorated ability in being able to use spoken language, something that can be caused by damage to the brain or a stroke, Bruce Willis is forced to retire from acting at the age of 67.
Bruce Willis began his acting career in the 80’s but it was with the television series Moonlighting in 1985-1989 his rise to fame started. During this time Willis filmed what was going to be, if not his most famous role, at least one of them as John Maclane in Die Hard. He continued playing John Maclane in 5 movies but is also best known for The Bonfire of the Vanities, The last Boy Scout, Death Becomes Her, Pulp Fiction, Twelve Monkeys, The Fifth Element, Armageddon, Sixth Sense, The Expendables and much more. A very distinguished career that saw him win two primetime Emmys and although retiring Bruce have around 9-10 movies coming out this year or being in post-production.