Bruce Willis sick
The legend of American action cinema is forced to bid farewell to cinema. It’s a page in history that is turning for one of the most bankable actors of his generation. But what is the evil that forces the Armageddon star to retire?
Film legend Bruce Willis officially ends his career. Suffering from a language disorder called aphasia, the star of Die Hard and Pulp Fiction is forced to abandon his plans to focus on his health and possible rehabilitation.
Interviewed on BFMTV, Dr. Alain Ducardonnet explained the symptoms of this terrible disease.
This is sad news that has fallen on the Willis clan: The actor is affected by aphasia, a little-known disease. Also this Thursday, the health specialist of the BFMTV channel returned to the symptoms.
“The person can no longer speak, no longer has language, so not only does he no longer express himself but he also has difficulties in understanding what the other person is saying.” “So it’s extremely difficult to be an actor with this very particular disorder,” explained the doctor on the set of BFMTV.
While aphasia “is a neurological disorder related to brain damage” that is usually the consequence of a stroke, the circumstances of the onset of the disease in the actor remain unknown to this day.
Bruce Willis sick: what is he suffering from?
The news had fallen on the Instagram page of his eldest daughter Rumer (whom he had with Demi Moore in 1988). The latter, saddened, had published: “To bruce’s incredible fans, we, the family, wanted to share with you that our beloved Bruce has suffered some health problems lately and that he has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which impacts his cognitive functions.
Because of this, it is with great regret that we announce that he will now step back from his career, which meant so much to him.”
Fans will nevertheless be able to see their idol one last time in a film to be released this year, Paradise City.
This feature film by Chuck Russel will bring Bruce Willis and John Travolta on screen for the first time since Pulp Fiction in 1994.
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