Bruce Willis Diagnosed With “Cruel Disease” Frontotemporal Dementia


It’s been almost a year since Bruce Willis was diagnosed with aphasia and now he has contracted another disease, which is frontotemporal dementia.

The news was revealed by his wife Emma Heming Willis on social media where she shared a picture featuring Willis. Bruce was posing in front of a beach.

Emma began by expressing her gratitude to everyone who sent their love and support to her husband and that she would like to reveal the current problem that he has been facing.

Emma added that although Willis was diagnosed with aphasia in 2022, his condition improved but his diagnosis with frontotemporal dementia is affecting him a lot.

According to Emma’s post, Bruce is facing issues in establishing communication with others which has proved that the diagnosis is true.

Willis contracted aphasia in March last year and the same was announced in a social media post on his behalf, where his retirement from acting was also revealed.

The post added that the diagnosis will be a challenging phase for the entire family and thanked all those who sent their love and support.

Bruce Willis has gained recognition for his appearance as John McClane in the Die Hard films from 1988 to 2013 and has appeared in other films like Mortal Thoughts, Hudson Hawk, The Player, Nobody’s Fool, Mercury Rising and more.

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