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Bruce Willis

Bruce's recording of "Respect Yourself" reached #5 in January of 1987.
Bruce lost his job as Seagram's spokesperson when he was arrested for drunken driving.
Bruce has been vocal in his support of almost every major Republican candidate in recent history except Bob Dole. He felt that presidential candidate Dole was out of line in his attacks on his ex-wife Demi Moore and her part in the film Striptease.
Was the first actor to ever "act" in a video game. No one before has ever done voice work along with having their movements digitally added to the game.
In 2001 he stated he will no longer be doing violent action or "save-the-world" movies.
The scar on his left shoulder isn't actually a scar at all. His shoulder is just strained from his days of high school wrestling. Wrestling also gave him the thick neck he has now.
Wears his watch upside down with the face on the inside of his hand. This is also visible in many movies he's done where they haven't requested him to flip it over.
According to friends, Bruce had a terrible stammer as a child.
Memorial Day weekend, 1987: Was arrested after reportedly disturbing the peace and assaulting a police officer who was called to quiet a raucous party at his home. The charges were dropped after Willis agreed to apologize to his neighbors.
Shortly after his divorce from wife of almost 13 years, Demi Moore, he began dating model Emily Sandberg.
Was originally cast as Harry Benedict in the 2001 film "Ocean's Eleven" but dropped out.
Nominated for an Emmy Award in 1986 for "Moonlighting" -- he won the Emmy in 1987. Won his second Emmy Award in 2000 for playing Paul Stevens on "Friends".
Nominated for a Golden Globe in 1986 for "Moonlighting" - and won the award in 1987, nominated again in 1988. In 1990 he was nominated for the movie "In Country".
Nominated for an MTV Award in 1992 for "The Last Boy Scout" and twice in 2000 for "The Sixth Sense".
Nominated for 2 People's Choice Awards in 2000 - he won one of them.
Was married to actress Demi Moore from November 21, 1987 until October 18, 2000. They had three children: Rumer (born in 1988), Scout Larue (born 1991) and Tallulah Belle (born in 1994).
In 2000, Bruce appeared in a print ad for Police sunglasses.
Bruce appreared in a Subaru Legacy commercial in Japan between 1992 and 1994.
Bruce and his band made two Motown albums in the late 80's. Return of Bruno (1987) which included the Top 10 cover of "Respect Yourself" - and 1989's If It Don't Kill You, It Just Makes You Stronger.
Bruce is the lead singer of his own blues rock band, they're called Bruce Willis & The Accelerators.
Bruce appeared in the first series of Levis 501 Blues commercials around 1986. He's the one who spins around and looses his sunglasses.
Bruce was nominated for a Saturn Award in 1999 and 2000.
In 2001, Bruce was nominated for an American Comedy Award for his recurring role on the hit NBC series Friends.
As of 2001, Bruce has been nominated for 5 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards and has won three of them: 2 in 1999 and another in 2000.
As of 2001, Bruce has been nominated for 4 Razzie Awards (which is a DIS-honor). He won two of them: 1992, 1999.