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BRUCE WILLIS (Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski) has demonstrated incredible versatility and extraordinary talent in a career ranging from action blockbusters to romantic comedies.

Beginning his career in Off-Broadway plays and television commercials, Willis made his breakthrough in 1984 when he replaced the lead in Sam Shepard's play, "Fool for Love." Later that year, he was selected from 3,000 contenders to star as David Addison in the hit television series "Moonlighting," for which he won an Emmy and Golden Globe Award.

Willis began his feature film career starring opposite Kim Basinger in the comedy "Blind Date" before going on to star in "Die Hard," which led to an internationally successful feature film series that includes "Die Hard 2: Die Harder" and "Die Hard 3." Willis co-starred in Quentin Tarantino's highly acclaimed drama, "Pulp Fiction"; opposite Paul Newman in "Nobody's Fool"; and in "12 Monkeys" with Brad Pitt.

His additional film credits include "Sunset," "In Country," "Look Who's Talking," "The Fifth Element," "Mercury Rising" and the 1998 blockbuster "Armageddon."

Most recently, Willis starred in the critically and popularly acclaimed psychological thriller "The Sixth Sense," opposite Michele Pfeiffer in the family drama "The Story of Us," and in "Breakfast of Champions," which he also executive produced. He is presently filming the dramedy "The Kid."


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