BRUCE WILLIS (Russ Duritz) has
demonstrated incredible versatility and extraordinary talent in a career ranging
from action blockbusters to romantic comedies, earning him international acclaim
as a box office superstar. He enjoyed tremendous success starring in the
critically acclaimed box office sensation "The Sixth Sense," The Walt
Disney Company's highest earning film for 1999, and the 10th
highest grossing film of all time. For this role Willis received a People's
Choice Award for Best Actor. In 1998, he starred in the blockbuster hit
"Armageddon," which was also Disney's most successful film of that
Willis made his acting breakthrough in
1984 when he replaced the lead in Sam Shepherd's off-Broadway 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. The popular series has enjoyed
renewed success again this year, having been released on DVD and already
becoming a top-seller.
He began his feature film career
starring opposite Kim Basinger in Blake Edwards' comedy "Blind
Date." He then went on to star in "Die Hard," one of the
highest-grossing films of 1988, which led to an internationally successful
feature film series that includes "Die Hard 2: Die Harder" and
"Die Hard With A Vengence." Willis also co-starred in Quentin
Tarantino's highly acclaimed drama "Pulp Fiction" and opposite Paul
Newman in "Nobody's Fool," as well as starring in Terry Gilliam's
"12 Monkeys," Norman Jewison's "In Country," Luc Besson's
"The Fifth Element," and as the voice in "Look Who's
Talking," one of Tri Star Pictures most successful films.
Willis starred in "Breakfast of
Champions," based on the novel by Kurt Vonnegut, and also starred opposite
Matthew Perry in the hit comedy "The Whole Nine Yards"—his
production company co-produced both films. He also starred in the family drama
"The Story of Us" co-starring Michelle Pfeiffer for director Rob
Reiner. Willis recently completed filming "Unbreakable" co-staring
Samuel L. Jackson and reuniting him with director M. Night Shyamalan, with whom
he worked on the international box office success "The Sixth Sense."
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