Walter Bruce Willis is a German-born American actor, comedian, producer, and singer, who is best known for his television role as David Addison on the ABC comedy-drama series Moonlighting from 1985 to 1989, and as John McClane in the Die Hard franchise (which is now owned by Disney following the merger of Disney and 20th Century Fox), which were mostly critical and uniformly financial successes. He has also appeared in over sixty films, which are mostly box office successes, and is well-known for voicing Spike the dog in Nickelodeon's 2003 animated film crossover Rugrats Go Wild and RJ the raccoon in DreamWorks' Over the Hedge.

For Disney, he portrayed Russ Duritz in the 2000 film, The Kid. He also played Dr. Malcolm Crowe in the 1999 Hollywood Pictures film, The Sixth Sense, Dwayne Hoover in Breakfast of Champions, Dr. Bill Capa in Color of Night, and David Dunn in Unbreakable. He even reprised his cameo role in Split under Universal Pictures, as well as reprising his big role in Glass. Additionally, he portrayed Tom Greer in Surrogates and Harry S. Stamper in Armageddon.

Disney Roles



  • Bruce was originally considered for the role of Ego in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but at the end, Kurt Russell was cast instead.
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