One of the most famous and beloved actors in the world is going through difficult times. Bruce Willis, who was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, began to lose his "lust for life and language skills," according to his good friend.
None of us can deny that Bruce Willis is one of the most beloved and famous actors in the world. Well, unfortunately, after decades of bringing joy to the faces of millions of people, the actor is faced with a cruel disease that is beginning to manifest itself more and more acutely. At the age of 68, Bruce Willis was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, and, according to observatornews.ro, the actor is finding it increasingly difficult to lead a normal life.
Glenn Gordon Caron, a good friend and producer of the actor, has made some startling revelations about the actor's health. In a recent interview, he stated that although Bruce Willis is interested in books, he no longer reads. “He doesn't have all those language skills anymore, but he's still Bruce. When you're with him, you know it's Bruce and you're grateful he's here, but his zest for life has gone,” Glenn said.
Tough times for Bruce Willis
Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a complex diagnosis that the actor was given in March last year. Bruce Willis suffered from aphasia, a condition that impairs language skills. Producer Glenn Gordon Caron spoke in more detail about his friend's condition.
“What makes his illness so disgusting is that if you spent time with Bruce Willis, you know that there is no one who has a greater zest for life than him. He loved waking up every morning and trying to live his life to the fullest, but now he lives as if he sees life through a very small door,” he said, according to a quoted source.
The actor is looked after by his wife Emma Hemming, with whom he has two daughters.