This guy was always summoned and well paid by producers to be tortured in his movies. He did it all! Aside from
Sylvester Stallone and
Harrison Ford, he is the next in line to do scenes between explosions. Born as Walter Bruce Willis on March 19th 1955 from Rhineland-Palatinate, West Germany. He first attended Penns Grove High and became famous in his school joining drama club and student council. He first worked as a security guard at Salem Nuclear Power Plant and DuPont Factory.
He made his first debut in 1985’s “
Moonlighting” as David Addison Jr. A combined drama, comedy and romance gave him his first break. He made an all time and long running break in his “Die Hard Series.” This is a modern day depiction of John Wayne. He modified this actor into a total-modern-day-trigger happy vigilante cop as John McClane. He also appeared as the master of tricks in the “Hudson Hawk” in 1991. He made another great success in portraying Butch Coolidge in the 1994 film “Pulp Fiction.” He appeared as a convicted deranged criminal of the future that time travelled to find out what he really did to end up so miserable in the 1995 hit movie “12 Monkeys.” He made an entertaining role as special agent become a taxi driver and fell in love with a girl in the movie “The Fifth Element” in 1997 alongside
Chris Tucker. Another all-time-blockbuster movie hit for his outstanding performance in the movie “Armageddont” in 1998. As a businessman and oil driller Harry Stamper, he made us cry in ultimately sacrificing his self to dissect a ranging-super-velocity asteroid that will hit earth. This movie made Aerosmith’s “I don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” one of the long-time running single in music charts.
He came out of his comfort action zone when he filmed the movie “The Sixth Sense” in 199. As Dr. Malcolm Crowe, an M. Night Shyamalan’s specialty, he tried to help a boy that can see ghost while battling his personal struggle with his wife. As David Dunn in the movie “Unbreakable” in 2000, a depicted a security guard that believes in his ideas that he cannot be hurt and an ordinary man can become a hero. As John Hartigan in the movie “Sin City” in 2005, he tried to protect
Jessica Alba from a deranged disfigured face killer. He also made a great drama and trigger happy gun fight in the movie “Hostage” in the same year. As the chief of police in a local town, Willis tried to save a family trapped inside a modern mansion after 3 low-edge hostage takers took over the house. Willis unknowingly, mobsters have a very important “CD” that must be retrieved inside the house in exchange of his family.
Throughout the years, Willis made an important role in Hollywood. Making his countless blockbuster brakes, including portraying the character Older Joe in the 2012 movie “
Looper”, as General Jospeh Colton in the 2013 movie “G.I. Joe Retaliation”, the series of the movie “
Red” and “Red 2”, the installment of “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”, and as Julian Michaels in the 2015 movie “