'Die Hard' star Bruce Willis to give up acting after aphasia diagnosis/ ANI
'Die Hard' star Bruce Willis is retiring from his acting career after being diagnosed with aphasia, a language disorder that leads to the loss of ability to understand or express speech.
Willis' family members posted a joint statement to social media on Wednesday, announcing the actor's retirement.
The 67-year-old film star is best known for playing John McClane in the iconic 'Die Hard' franchise.
Willis has also starred in blockbusters like 'The Fifth Element' (1997), 'Armageddon' (1998), and 'The Sixth Sense' (1999). The news has left fans in disbelief and sadness over the development.
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