Fans are just finding out Hollywood A-lister had a huge hit singing career and released three albums | The Sun
10th August 2023

BRUCE Willis has had a career spanning more than 40 years, but what many people haven't realised is he was once a hugely popular singer.

Gobsmacked fans have recently discovered that Bruce, now 68, has a great voice and has released three albums over the years.

His debut album, The Return of Bruno, came out in 1987 and featured a mixture of blues, rhythm and blues and soul music.

It reached number 14 in the US Billboard 200 and was an impressive number 4 in the UK album charts.

The lead single was called Respect Yourself and was a duet with June Pointer featuring background vocals by the Pointer Sisters – it was a huge hit.

Following the success of that album, he released two more in 1989 – If It Don't Kill You, It Just Makes You Stronger – and 2001 – Classic Bruce Willis: The Universal Masters Collection – but they failed to have the same impact.

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Over the years Bruce has featured on a number of soundtracks while working in TV and film, including The Whole Nine Yards and Rugrats Go Wild.

He is better known for his film roles – including the Die Hard films and The Fifth Element.

Father-of-five Bruce quit acting last year after being diagnosed with aphasia – a condition that affects speech and language – which has now sadly "progressed."

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is the most common form of dementia in people under 60 and symptoms include personality changes, obsessive behaviour, and speaking difficulties.

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