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Ryan E.
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November 25, 2023

Bruce Willis Seen With Family On Thanksgiving

Legendary actor Bruce Willis isn't in the best health, but even though he's a celebrity, he's living the rest of his life in the same way that the rest of us normal people are:

Every day is what you make of it.

Dementia can't be fun.

Luckily, Willis still has his occasional good days, and it looks like Thanksgiving 2023 was one of them.

Bruce's daughter Scout, 32, posted several videos on social media showing her father enjoying time with his family.

She affectionately calls him "my guy" in the online posts.

Willis recently retired after a career distinguishing him as one of the greatest action stars in American cinematic history.

He is known for amazing action roles in the Die Hard and Expendables movies. He also appeared in the smash hit films Pulp Fiction, 12 Monkeys, Armageddon, and The Sixth Sense.

Toward the end of his career, Willis appeared in many low-budget films that left many of his fans wondering where his career was headed.

It turns out that Willis was suffering from a form of dementia, which means he didn't have many years of coherence left.

Especially toward the end of his career, Bruce couldn't maintain the high-energy performances for which he was known throughout the decades, so he was given bit parts that only required him to be on set and focusing for a day or two at a time.

People thought the situation was the result of money problems.

It turns out that Willis and his family just wanted to keep his legacy alive the best that they could, so they let him make many appearances before he was no longer able to do it anymore.

That day eventually came.

With the support of his family, Willis abruptly retired.

We will be praying for Willis and his family as the American icon battles dementia. Happy holidays, Bruce.

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