American actor, producer, and musician, Bruce Willis is born on 19th March 1955, Idar-Oberstein, State of Rhineland-Palatinate, West Germany.
In 1980’s he began his career in television, started acting in movies and television since including comedic, dramatic, and action roles. He released a version of the Drifters song “Under The Boardwalk” as a follow-up, which got to “number 2” in the UK Top 40. Willis owns property in Los Angeles, rents an apartment in the “Trump Tower” in New York City, and “Trump Place”, as well as a home in “Malibu, California”, a ranch in “Montana”, a beach home on “Parrot Cay” in “Turks and Caicos”, and multiple properties in “Sun Valley, Idaho.” Willis has won a variety of awards and has received various honors throughout his career in television and film.
His successful career:
In 1984, he appeared in an episode of the TV series “Miami Vice”, titled “No Exit.“During 1985 to 1989, Willis was hired by beverage maker “Seagram” as the pitchman for their “Golden Wine Cooler products.” The advertising campaign paid the rising star between “$5–7 million” over two years. In the late 1980s, Willis enjoyed moderate success as a “recording artist”, recording an album of pop-blues titled “The Return of Bruno”, which included the hit single “Respect Yourself.” Motion pictures featuring Willis have grossed “US$2.64 billion to 3.05 billion” at North American box offices, making him the “ninth highest-grossing actor” in a leading role and “twelfth highest” including supporting roles.
He won two-time “Emmy Award,” “Golden Globe Award” and nominated four-times in “Saturn Award.” On October 16, 2006, Willis was honored with a star of the “Hollywood Walk of Fame”. The star is located at 6915 Hollywood Boulevard and it was the 2,321st star awarded in its history. In 2011, Willis was inducted into the “New Jersey Hall of Fame.” In April 2006, he was honored by “French government” for his contributions to the film industry; he was named “Officier Dans L’ordre Des Arts Et Des Lettres” which means “Officer in the Order of Arts and Letters.”