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Bruce Williswanted to continue working after being diagnosed with aphasia.
Willis' lawyer sets a record shortly after allegations that actor's best friend and Hollywood director Randall Emmett urged him to continue working surfaced.
"My client was diagnosed with aphasia and, like many others who can continue to work, was able to do the job he wanted to do, so medically. I continued to work after the diagnosis, "said Willis lawyer Martin Singer. Los Angeles Times.
"As Mr. Willis starred in those films, they were able to get the money, and as a result, literally thousands of people worked and that Much happened during the COVID-19 pandemic. "
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Bruce Willis' lawyer claims that the actor wants to continue working after being diagnosed with aphasia. (VCG)
Willis' final movie with a diagnosis of aphasiawill be "paradise city" in post production. .. IMDB.
Willis' family announced in March that the actor would retire after being diagnosed with aphasia.
"As a great supporter of the blues, as a family, our beloved blues has experienced some health problems and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, affecting his cognitive abilities. I wanted to share what I was doing, and with a lot of consideration, Bruce is away from a career that makes a lot of sense to him. "
Willis' final movie is "Paradise City" Will be. (Rich Fury)
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"This is a really challenging time for our family, and we are very grateful for your continued love, compassion, and support. 76}
"As Bruce always says,'live', and I'm going to do it together," with his ex-wife Demi Moore, a statement written on behalf of his wife Emma. His daughters said.
Apacia affects the communication skills of.
Willis' family diagnosed aphasia in March Announced.(VCG / VCG)
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"Usually a sudden injury after a stroke or head, but it can also gradually develop from a slow-growing brain tumor or a disease that causes progressive permanent damage (degeneration). "The Mayo Clinic explains on its website.
Lauryn Overhultz is FoxNews Digital's entertainment writer.