Glenn Gordon Caron talks about Bruce Willis’ health
Glenn Gordon Caron worked with Bruce Willis in the series “On the Crazy Papers”, which – broadcast in the years 1985-1989 – was the actor’s ticket to fame. Since then, Caron, who is also the creator of, among others, the series “Medium” has stayed in touch with the star. The screenwriter told the New York Post that he tries to see the actor about once a month. He admitted that he was under the impression that Willis still knew who he was.
I feel like he gets to know me within the first three minutesCaron said. However, he does not have complete control over the words. He was an avid reader—and he didn’t want anyone to know that—but he didn’t read now. He’s lost his language skills, but he’s still Bruce. When you spend time with him, you’ll know he’s Bruce and you’ll enjoy his company. However, the joy of life disappeared.
I did my best to stay present in his life. He is a special personCaron added. The most disturbing thing about this disease is that if you spent time with Bruce Willis, you know that no one else enjoyed life so much. He loved waking up in the morning and trying to live life to the fullest.
Bruce Willis – the most important roles
Willis began his career in the early 1980s, appearing on the set of Sidney Lumet’s film The Verdict. He is best known for his roles in the series “Na wariackich papachie” and the series “Die Hard”, where he created the immortal pop culture icon – policeman John McClane. “Pulp Fiction”, “The Last Boy Scout”, “Moonrise Kingdom”, “Death Becomes Her”, “Armageddon”, “Breakfast of Champions” – his filmography includes major box office successes and smaller, more ambitious films. During a career spanning more than four decades, Welles’ films have grossed more than $5 billion at the global box office, and the actor himself has won five Golden Globe nominations (and one statuette) and three Emmy Awards.
In February of this year, the star’s loved ones shared the information provided by Willis with the world He suffers from dementia, specifically frontotemporal dementia (the. Frontotemporal dementia(FTD), which makes it difficult for him to speak and communicate.
Below we remind you of the episode of “Two Faces” dedicated to his roles:
“Two Faces”: Bruce Willis
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