Bruce Willis: The Unauthorised Biography
This is the first biography of Bruce Willis, one of the most bankable Hollywood stars who currently commands $17-20 million per film. From his first taste of success in his TV role in 'Moonlighting', the book traces his career through the much publicised period of drug and alcohol abuse, and a number of box-office flops in the early 1990's which so often spell the end of a film career. Pulp Fiction is treated as the resurrection of his film career, aquiring cult status and re-emerging as a top player who now consistently attracts rave reviews and huge audiences. The book also deals with his off screen high-profile marriage to Demi Moore, looking at Bruce the filmstar and Bruce the family man. The author has spoken to their friends and relatives and people they have worked with to attempt to reveal the real Bruce Willis.
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