What is frontotemporal dementia, the condition 'Die Hard' star Bruce Willis is suffering from?


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Bruce Willis has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia nearly a year after the 'Die Hard' franchise star retired from acting due to aphasia that hampered his cognitive abilities. Willis rose to fame in the 1980s comedy-drama TV series 'Moonlighting', and has appeared in about 100 films across his four-decade career, garnering acclaim for his roles in 'Pulp Fiction' and 'The Sixth Sense', and winning a Golden Globe Award and two Emmys.