| | |

Bruce Willis Is Now “Incommunicative” From The Disease That Ended His Acting Career

This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, please read our disclosure policy here

This is such sad news…

When I think of Bruce Willis, I think of the larger than life characters from the likes of Moonlighting, Die Hard, The Fifth Element, The Sixth Sense, The Whole Nine Yards, Pulp Fiction, and — my favorite — Hudson Hawk.

Man, Bruce Willis has been in SO many different movies. He pretty much defined film life in the 90s and 2000s.

That’s why it’s so frickin’ hard to believe that the dude is pretty much non-communicative from his dreadful dementia diagnosis.

ICYMI, Bruce started developing bouts of aphasia — which is the loss of the ability to understand or express himself with speech.

The family reached out and shared Bruce’s actual diagnosis — frontotemporal dementia — and y’all, my heart just breaks for all of them.

Now, according to KTLA 5, Glenn Gordon Caron — the creator of Moonlighting — has been in contact with Bruce, and he doesn’t really have the ability to communicate anymore.

I can’t even imagine. He is unable to express opinions and doesn’t really talk. *Sad Face Emoji*

I know he’s really happy that the show is going to be available for people, even though he can’t tell me that.

Glenn Gordon Caron

Moonlighting can now be streamed on Hulu, which is a great thing — until you realize that David Addison is only a fleeting shadow of the man that Bruce used to be.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends at this time, as this awful disease takes its toll on our beloved Mr. Willis

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *