Bruce Willis: Aphasia, The Disease From Which he is suffering , Is Progressing and worries his family

The health of actor Bruce Willis is deteriorating. Suffering from aphasia, the 67-year-old star would have more and more difficulty speaking and understanding those around him.

Nine months after ending his career last March, the news is not good. Aphasia, a neurological disorder that affects the ability to speak, write and understand language suffered by 67-year-old Bruce Willis, is progressing, according to a source quoted by RadarOnline. 

“Bruce can’t say much, and he doesn’t seem to understand much of what other people are saying,” the source explained. A difficult situation for those close to her, she continued, explaining: “There are days when they see glimpses of the old Bruce, but they are brief and spaced out”. “It looks like he’s pulling away from them, and it’s breaking their hearts.”


Bruce willis and his Five daughters

Faced with the disease , the actor’s family unites. His wife, Emma Heming, and his ex-wife Demi Moore are in regular contact. “Demi has been in constant contact with Bruce and Emma,” the source notes. “She takes every opportunity she can to spend time with him. If she’s not there by his side, she calls on the phone just so Bruce can hear her voice.” Every moment with the actor obviously counts. “They know he won’t be around forever. So they cherish every moment.

Bruce willis and his Five daughters

It is surrounded by his blended family and his five daughters, Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8, born of his union with Emma Heming and Rumer, 34, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 28, fruits of his marriage to Demi Moore, that Bruce Willis should spend Christmas. 

“The girls can’t imagine Christmas without Bruce,”

the source continued. 

“It was painful to watch him deteriorate. Older girls miss old Bruce – the one who teased them about their boyfriends and gave them unsolicited advice,”

she points out, before concluding

“all they can do is him. say they love him and pray for a holiday miracle. 


Thanks to the deepfake, Bruce Willis appeared in 2021 in a Russian advertisement
Thanks to the deepfake, Bruce Willis appeared in 2021 in a Russian advertisement

Bruce Willis’ digital twin exists, but no permission to use it. The ‘Crystal Trap’ star’s spokesperson over the weekend denied rumors that the actor has officially agreed to a deepfake company using his digital avatar in future projects. in the cinema or on television.

On September 27, the Daily Mail and The Telegraph had indeed announced that the actor had given Deepcake permission to use his image. “Twice Emmy Award winner Bruce Willis will still be able to appear in films after selling his image rights,” the DailyMail reported. “Bruce Willis has become the first Hollywood star to sell his rights to allow a ‘digital twin’ of himself to be created for use on screen,” the Telegraph also believed.

However, a spokesperson for the star told the BBC this weekend that Bruce Willis had in fact entered into “no partnership or agreement” with Deepcake. A representative of the company also assured that only the actor had the rights to his face.

The precision is important, because it was this same company that had given birth to a digital twin of Bruce Willis – his face and facial expressions had been digitally grafted onto the body of a trunk man – for an advertisement for a telephony brand released in 2021 in Russia.


Just before ending his career last March – the American actor suffers from aphasia, a disease that seriously affects his cognitive abilities – Bruce Willis himself justified his participation in the spot by praising the merits of Deepcake: “I like the precision with which my character has been recreated. It’s a small film in the genre of my usual action comedies. For me, this represents a great opportunity to go back in time. 

With the advance of new technologies, even being on another continent, I could communicate with them, work and participate in the production of this film. It’s a very interesting new experience, and I thank the whole team.”

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