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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Moonlighting DVD

Moonlighting Star Bruce Willis

Walter Bruce Willis was born on a military base in Idar-Oberstein (former West Germany), on March 19, 1955. His father David was a welder and factory worker who took the Willis family back to New Jersey after being discharged from the military in 1957.

Settling down in New Jersey, young Bruce, who was the eldest of four children, led an active childhood. Although he was always an outgoing youngster, Willis grew up with a stutter and found it easier to express himself while on stage, performing in front of an audience. This is why his high school days were marked with a drama club membership, as well as the student council presidency.

Rather than go to college after graduation, Willis took the route of his father as a blue-collar worker, transporting work crews at the Du Pont factory. He decided to quit after a colleague was killed on the job, and thereafter became a regular at several bars. Willis also discovered an innate knack for playing the harmonica, and did so for an R&B group,

Before Willis become a big star he was given a break when he was cast as smart-talking David Addison, Moonlighting is a television series that was first aired on ABC in the United States from 1985 to 1989 with a total of 66 episodes. The show starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd as private detectives and was a mixture of drama, comedy and romance that is now considered one of the greatest spoofs of television detective shows. The shows theme song is performed by popular jazz singer Al Jarreau and became a minor hit. The show is also credited with making Willis a major star while reviving Shepherd's acting career. He also gained more experience and exposure in Fool for Love, a stint on television's Miami Vice, and a Levi's campaign.


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