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Bruce Willis continued to work after aphasia diagnosis because he 'wanted to,' attorney says

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Bruce Willis "wanted to" continue working following his aphasia diagnosis. Willis' attorney is setting the record straight after allegations surfaced that the actor's close friend and Hollywood director Randall Emmett pushed him to continue working. "My client continued working after his medical diagnosis because he wanted to work and was able to do so, just like many others diagnosed with aphasia who are capable of continuing to work," Willis' attorney Martin Singer told the Los Angeles Times. "Because Mr.

Willis appeared in those films, they could get financed.That resulted in literally thousands of people having jobs, many during the COVID-19 pandemic." Bruce Willis' attorney insists the actor wanted to continue working following his aphasia diagnosis. (VCG) Willis' final film due to the aphasia diagnosis will be "Paradise City," which is in postproduction, according to IMDB.

Willis' family announced in March that the actor was retiring after being diagnosed with aphasia.  "Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities.

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