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BIOGRAPHY: BRUCE WILLIS has demonstrated incredible versatility in his career. From playing the ultimate action hero in the popular Die Hard films to his critically-acclaimed performances in recent movies like The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable, Willis has carved a niche for himself as one of the world's most talented and bankable box office superstars. Raised in a working-class family in New Jersey, Willis attended Montclair State College because of its highly regarded theatre department. After numerous auditions, he landed a role in the play Heaven and Earth in 1977, which was incentive enough for him to quit school and move to Hell's Kitchen to pursue an acting career. Soon he was cast in off-Broadway plays and television commercials, while occasionally playing his harmonica and sitting in rhythm and blues bands. His acting breakthrough came in 1984 when he replaced the lead in Sam Shepard's hit play Fool for Love, a run which lasted for 100 performances off-Broadway. Later that year while on a trip to Los Angeles, Willis was selected from 3,000 contenders to star as David Addison in the phenomenally popular television series "Moonlighting," for which he would win an Emmy and Golden Globe Award and ultimately become an international star. In 1986, his continued pursuit of the love of music resulted in the release of an album for Motown Records entitle Bruce Willis: The Return of Bruce, which eventually went platinum, hanging on the charts for over 29 weeks. His remake of the single "Respect Yourself" landed at an impressive number five on the charts. In 1989, he released his second album, If It Don't Kill You, It Just Makes you Stronger, also for Motown. Willis made his feature film debut opposite Kim Bassinger in the Blake Edward's comedy Blind Date. He then reunited with the director to play Tom Mix in the murder mystery Sunset before going on to star in the block buster motion picture Die Hard, one of the highest-grossing films of 1988. The following year, Willis took a dramatic turn by portraying a Vietnam War veteran haunted by combat memories in Norman Jewison's In Country. Returning to comedy, Willis proved the voice of Mikey, the wisecracking baby in the highly successful Look Who's Talking and it's sequel, Look Who's Talking, Too. In 1990, Willis starred in Die Hard 2: Die Harder, the number two box office hit of the summer, then starred in Brian De Palma's Bonfire of the Vanities opposite Tom Hanks. He went on to star opposite Demi Moore and Glenne Headley in the disturbing psychological drama Mortal Thoughts; as a cat burglar extraordinaire in the action-adventure comedy Hudson Hawk; and as gangster Bo Weinberg in Billy Bathgate, Willis followed these roles with The Last Boy Scout, playing a down-on-his-luck private detective who teams which and ex-football player to solve a murder. He then starred in the number one box-office hit Striking Distance, playing a river patrol cop, and was also featured in the bittersweet tale North for Castle Rock Pictures. He then had the starring role in the erotic thriller Color of Night. Willis then costarred to great acclaim in the Quentin Tarantino drama Pulp Fiction which was the 1994 Grand Prize winner of the Palme d-Or at the Cannes Film Festival. He was also lauded for his turn in Nobody's Fool co-starring Paul Newman, starred in the box office hit Die Hard 3, and was seen in Four Rooms. He starred in the hit motion picture Twelve Monkeys for director Terry Gilliam, in Last Man Standing for director Walter Hill, and in The Fifth Element for director Luc Besson. He also starred in The Jackal and Mercury Rising. Willis starred in the action-adventure blockbuster Armageddon produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. He also made the low-budget film Breakfast of Champions for director Alan Rudolph, based on the best-selling novel by Kurt Vonnegut, and served as executive producer on the film. Recently, Willis starred in the critically acclaimed feature film drama The Sixth Sense, which grossed close to six hundred million dollars worldwide and was nominated for six Academy Awards. Willis won Best Actor from the People's Choice Awards for the film. He costarred with Michelle Pfeiffer in The Story of Us directed by Rob Reiner; produced and starred in the dark comedy The Whole Nine Yards, and was seen in the hit film The Kid. Willis reunited with Sixth Sense Director M. Night Shyamalan to star with Robin Wright-Penn and Samuel L. Jackson in Unbreakable. Willis most recently starred opposite Billy Bob Thornton and Cate Blanchette in Barry Levinson's Bandits and opposite Colin Farrell in MGM's thrilling wartime drama Hart's War. In 1997 Bruce Willis co-founded A Company of Fools, a nonprofit theater company committed to developing and sustain a company of theater artists that stage productions in the Wood River Valley, in greater Idaho and throughout the U.S. During the summer of 2001 he starred in and directed Sam Shepard's True West. The play, about the troubled relationship of two brothers, was taped by Showtime and aired this past year. This special served as a tribute to Robert Willis, the younger brother of Bruce, who passed away of pancreatic cancer.

BIO Full Name: Walter Bruce Willis Nickname: Bruno Birthdate: March 19, 1955 Birthplace: Idar-Oberstein, West Germany Occupation: Actor & Musician Parents: David and Marlene Willis (Divorced) Siblings: 2 Brothers (David & ?), 1 Sister (Flo) Significant Other: Demi Moore (Married Nov. 21, 1987 in Las Vegas, Seperated June 24, 1998) Children: Rumer Glenn (1988), Scout LaRue (1991), Tallulah Belle (1994) Other Relations: E.G. Willis (Grandfather), Alma Willis (Stepmother), Jimmy (Pet Black Lab) Education: Montclair State College (Dropped Out) Facts: -Left-handed -A republican -Singer in his band, Bruce Willis and the Accelerators


Actor - filmography

Die Hard 4: Die Hardest (2004) .... John McClane
Hostage (2004) .... Jeff Talley
Journey to Safety: Making 'Tears of the Sun' (2003) (V) .... Himself
Whole Ten Yards, The (2003) .... Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003) (uncredited) .... William Rose Bailey
Rugrats Go Wild! (2003) (voice) .... Spike
Hollywood Celebrates Denzel Washington: An American Cinematheque Tribute (2003) (TV) .... Himself
Tears of the Sun (2003) .... Lt. A.K. Waters
2002 ABC World Stunt Awards (2002) (TV) .... Himself
Grand Champion (2002)
Pulp Fiction: The Facts (2002) (V) .... Himself
True West (2002) (TV) .... Lee
Hart's War (2002) .... Col. William A. McNamara
Sixth Sense: Reflections from the Set, The (2002) (V) .... Himself
Inside 'Bandits' (2001) (V) .... Himself
Bandits (2001) .... Joe Blake
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2000) (TV) (uncredited) .... Presenter
Conversations with Jon Turteltaub (2000) (V) .... Himself
... aka Spotlight On John Turteltaub (2000) (V) (Australia: DVD title)
Film-Fest DVD: Issue 3 - Toronto (2000) (V) .... Himself
Kid Becomes the Kid, A (2000) (TV) .... Himself
... aka Spotlight on Spencer Breslin (2000) (TV) (Australia: promotional title)
Unbreakable (2000) .... David Dunn
Kid, The (2000) .... Russell Duritz
... aka Disney's The Kid (2000) (USA: complete title)
Whole Nine Yards, The (2000) .... Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski
... aka Nouveau voisin, Le (2000) (Canada: French title)

Franky Goes to Hollywood (1999) .... Himself
Story of Us, The (1999) .... Ben Jordan
Telling the Story of Us (1999) (TV) .... Himself
Sixth Sense, The (1999) .... Malcolm Crowe
Breakfast of Champions (1999) .... Dwayne Hoover, Owner Exit 11 Motor Village
Apocalypse (1998/II) (VG) .... Trey Kincaide
Jackie Chan: My Story (1998) (V) .... Himself
Siege, The (1998) .... Major General William Devereaux
Armageddon (1998) .... Harry S. Stamper
Mercury Rising (1998) .... Art Jeffries
Jackal, The (1997) .... The Jackal
... aka Chacal, Le (1998) (France: dubbed version)
... aka Schakal, Der (1998) (Germany)
Fifth Element, The (1997) .... Major Korben Dallas
... aka Cinqui�me �l�ment, Le (1997) (France)
Bruno the Kid: The Animated Movie (1996) (V) .... Bruno the Kid
Beavis and Butt-head Do America (1996) (voice) .... Muddy Grimes
Last Man Standing (1996) .... John Smith
"Bruno the Kid" (1996) TV Series (voice) .... Bruno the Kid
Twelve Monkeys (1995) .... James Cole
Four Rooms (1995) (uncredited) .... Leo (segment "The Man from Hollywood")
Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995) .... John McClane
... aka Die Hard 3 (1995)
Nobody's Fool (1994) .... Carl Roebuck
Pulp Fiction (1994) .... Butch Coolidge
Color of Night (1994) .... Dr. Bill Capa
North (1994) .... Narrator
Striking Distance (1993) .... Tom Hardy
Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) (uncredited) .... John McClane, 814 Pacific Coast Highway
... aka National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 (1993)
Death Becomes Her (1992) .... Dr. Ernest Menville
Player, The (1992) .... Himself
Last Boy Scout, The (1991) .... Joe Cornelius Hallenbeck
Billy Bathgate (1991) .... Bo Weinberg
Siskel & Ebert: Actors on Acting (1991) (TV) .... Himself
Hudson Hawk (1991) .... Eddie 'Hudson Hawk' Hawkins
Mortal Thoughts (1991) .... James Urbanski
Die Harder: The Making of 'Die Hard 2' (1990) (TV) .... Himself
Frank Sinatra: The Best Is Yet to Come (1990) (TV) .... Himself
Bonfire of the Vanities, The (1990) .... Peter Fallow
Look Who's Talking Too (1990) (voice) .... Mikey
Die Hard 2 (1990) .... John McClane
... aka Die Hard 2: Die Harder (1990) (USA: video box title)

That's Adequate (1989) .... Himself
Look Who's Talking (1989) (voice) .... Mikey
... aka Daddy's Home (1989)
Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary (1989) (TV) .... Himself
In Country (1989) .... Emmett Smith
Return of Bruno, The (1988) .... Bruno Radolini
Die Hard (1988) .... John McClane
Sunset (1988) .... Tom Mix
Blind Date (1987) .... Walter Davis
... aka Blake Edwards' Blind Date (1987) (USA: complete title)
44th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1987) (TV) .... Himself
Pointer Sisters: Up All Nite, The (1987) (TV) .... Himself
"Moonlighting" (1985) TV Series .... David Addison
Moonlighting (1985) (TV) .... David Addison
Verdict, The (1982) (uncredited) .... Courtroom Observer
Guru kommt, Ein (1980) (uncredited) .... Extra
First Deadly Sin, The (1980) (uncredited) .... Man Entering Diner as Delaney Leaves

Filmography as: Actor, Producer, Miscellaneous crew, Composer, Writer, Notable TV guest appearances

Producer - filmography

Bag of Bones (2004) (producer)
Die Hard 4: Die Hardest (2004) (producer)
Hostage (2004) (producer)
True West (2002) (TV) (executive producer)
Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course, The (2002) (executive producer)
Whole Nine Yards, The (2000) (producer) (uncredited)
... aka Nouveau voisin, Le (2000) (Canada: French title)
"Bruno the Kid" (1996) TV Series (executive producer)

Filmography as: Actor, Producer, Miscellaneous crew, Composer, Writer, Notable TV guest appearances

Miscellaneous crew - filmography

"Bruno the Kid" (1996) TV Series (lyricist: theme song) (singer: theme song)

First Deadly Sin, The (1980) (stand-in: Killer, long shots)

Composer - filmography

Whole Nine Yards, The (2000) (song "Slow Burn")
... aka Nouveau voisin, Le (2000) (Canada: French title)

Hudson Hawk (1991) (theme)

Writer - filmography

Hudson Hawk (1991) (story)

Notable TV guest appearances

"Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) playing "Substitute Host" 2/26/2003
"E! Rank" (2001) playing "Himself/#2" in episode: "25 Toughest Stars" 2001
"Friends" (1994) playing "Paul Stevens" in episode: "One with the Ring, The" (episode # 6.23) 5/11/2000
"Friends" (1994) playing "Paul Stevens" in episode: "One Where Paul's the Man, The" (episode # 6.22) 5/4/2000
"Friends" (1994) playing "Paul Stevens" in episode: "One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad, The" (episode # 6.21) 4/27/2000
"Ally McBeal" (1997) playing "Dr. Nickle"(uncredited) in episode: "Love Unlimited" (episode # 2.12) 1/18/1999
"Mad About You" (1992) playing "Himself" in episode: "Birth, The" (episode # 5.23) 5/20/1997
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Himself"(episode # 15.1) 9/30/1989
"Dolly" (1987) playing "Himself" in episode: "Episode 3" (episode # 1.3) 10/11/1987
"Twilight Zone, The" (1985) playing "Peter Jay Novins" in episode: "Shatterday" (episode # 1.1) 9/27/1985
"Miami Vice" (1984) playing "Tony Amato" in episode: "No Exit" (episode # 1.7) 11/9/1984