BREAKING: Bruce Willis Has Dementia, Family Announces

Actor Bruce Willis has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, his family announced on social media. The family expressed their “deepest gratitude for the incredible outpouring of love” after making the announcement on Instagram.

Willis was initially diagnosed with aphasia in spring 2022, a condition that affects a person’s ability to speak, but the family revealed that his symptoms had progressed and that he has now been given a more specific diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia.

Frontotemporal dementia is a rare form of dementia that affects the front and side parts of the brain, causing changes in personality, behavior, and language. The disease can cause a decline in a person’s ability to communicate, as well as impair their judgement and decision-making abilities.

Willis is best known for his roles in action films such as Die Hard and Armageddon, as well as his appearances in the television series Moonlighting and the film Pulp Fiction. The news of his diagnosis has prompted an outpouring of support from fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry.

The family’s statement noted that it was a “relief to finally have a clear diagnosis” and thanked the public for their support during this difficult time. They did not provide further details about Willis’ condition or any plans for his future care.