Bruce Willis do Acting Due to Brain Disorder Aphasia

Bruce Willis do Acting Due to Brain Disorder Aphasia

Bruce Willis to retire from acting due to aphasia diagnosis

the actor best known for his work on the Die Hard films, is to retire from the industry after being diagnosed with aphasia.

Willis, 67, is best known for playing John McClane in the Die Hard films, which made him a star.

Willis has five daughters, three with Ms Moore and two with Ms Heming-Willis.

What is aphasia?

– It's when a person has difficulty with their language or speech

– Usually caused by damage to the left side of the brain, like a stroke – Hampers reading, listening, speaking, typing or writing

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