Extra work Creator Glenn Gordon Caron spoke to Bruce Willis about the hit ’80s drama, which is premiering on Hulu.
In the process, we shared a health update on Willis, who plays Detective David Addison opposite Maddie Hayes, who plays Cybill Shepherd, who owns the Blue Moon Detective Agency.
Willis, 68, suffers from frontotemporal dementia and will retire from acting in 2022.
“the operation [to get Moonlighting on streaming] “It’s taken some time and Bruce’s disease is a progressive disease, so I was able to reach out to him, before the disease made him unable to communicate like he is now, about hopefully getting the show back in front of people,” Caron said. New York Post. “I know he’s really happy that the show is going to be available to people, even though he can’t tell me. When I spent some time with him, we talked about it and I know he’s excited.
Caron visits Willis about once a month and keeps in touch with the star’s wife, Emma Hemming Willis. Thus, he has a strong perspective on the effects of the disease on his former star.
“Joy of Life” Willis was known as “He’s Gone.”
“I tried so hard to stay in his life,” Caron said. “The thing that makes [his disease] This is amazing [that] If you’ve spent time with Bruce Willis, there’s no one who has more fun in life than him. He loved life and… he loved waking up every morning and trying to live life to the fullest. So the idea that he now sees life through a glass door, so to speak, makes no sense at all.
When they’re together, he believes Willis knows who he is within “the first one to three minutes” of their visit. However, “He’s not quite verbal. He was a voracious reader… and he doesn’t read now. All those language skills are no longer available to him, and yet he’s still Bruce. When you’re with him you know it’s Bruce and you’re grateful to have him there, but it’s fun.” Life disappeared.
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