Bruce Willis Celebrates His 68th Birthday Post FTD Diagnosis- Know the Details!

The most loved and famous, Die-Hard actor announced his retirement from acting last month. Yesterday, he happily celebrated his 68th birthday. This celebration is an inspiration after being diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia last month. Hollywood actress Demi Moore who is his ex-wife posted a video of Bruce Willis, turned 68 on Sunday, partying on his birthday with his current wife Emma Heming Willis, daughters, as well as several other family members at home.

(Demi Moore rang in Bruce Willis’ 68th birthday on Sunday. demimoore/Instagram)

The Striptease actress switching to Instagram as the most loved platform, thanked the actor’s fans who wished him and gave special wishes on his special day. “Happy birthday, BW! So glad we could celebrate you today. Love you and love our family. Thank you to everyone for the love and warm wishes — we all feel them,” she wrote.


The “St. Elmo’s Fire” star captured the moment with her family members singing “Happy Birthday” to the actor over the weekend. Rumer Willis, Scout Willis and Tallulah Willis were also celebrating the moment at Willis’ birthday celebration, along with his and Heming’s younger daughters, Evelyn and Mabel.

His current wife, Emma Heming Wallis, posted a sweet birthday message for the Bruce Wills on Instagram. It contains a mixture of clips from their own life with the Stevie Wonder song…. I’ll Be Loving You Always playing in the background. “He is pure love. He is so loved. And I’ll be loving him always. Happy Birthday my sweet 💌 My birthday wish for Bruce is that you continue to keep him in your prayers and highest vibrations because his sensitive Pisces soul will feel it 🙏🏽 Thank you so much for loving and caring for him too 💞”, she wrote.

Know About Bruce Willis’ Illness- FTD Frontotemporal Dementia

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a group of progressive brain disorders that affect the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. These areas of the brain are responsible for a variety of important functions, including language, behavior, and personality.

FTD typically affects people in their 50s or 60s, although it can occur at any age. The symptoms of FTD can vary depending on which part of the brain is affected, but some common early symptoms include:

Changes in personality and behavior

Difficulty with language and communication

Difficulty with motor skills and coordination

Loss of empathy and social skills

Poor judgment and decision-making

There are several types of FTD, including behavioral variant FTD, semantic dementia, and progressive nonfluent aphasia. Each type of FTD is characterized by different patterns of symptoms and changes in the brain.

There is no cure for FTD, and treatment is focused on managing symptoms and improving quality of life for the affected person and their caregivers. This may include medications to manage behavioral symptoms, speech and language therapy, and occupational therapy. In some cases, clinical trials of experimental treatments may also be an option.

Hope Bruce Willis gets well soon!