Bruce Willis ‘Last Meeting’ With Die Hard Star Leaks

According to Daily Mail, De’voreaux White, who played Bruce Willis’ limousine driver Argyle in the iconic 1988 film “Die Hard,” shared his heartwarming last meeting with Willis before the actor was diagnosed with aphasia. The 58-year-old actor recounted their reunion during the filming of a commercial in 2020, where they hugged and laughed together just like old times.



White reflected on their long-awaited meeting, stating that Willis tapped him on the shoulder, and when he turned around, they both exclaimed, “Where the f*ck have you been? I could have been dead by now!” The two actors shared a moment of laughter, and White described the experience as “awesome.”

While White and Willis haven’t kept in constant touch, White expressed his compassion and respect for Willis, emphasizing the pivotal role Willis played in his journey as an actor. White revealed that he would occasionally check in on Willis, with Willis’ team confirming that everything was okay.

Regarding Willis’ recent health challenges, White commended Willis for helping him become an actor and expressed his deep appreciation and respect for him. Willis was diagnosed with aphasia, a disorder affecting language processing, and later with Frontotemporal dementia, a form of dementia that impacts behavior, personality, and language.

White’s fond memories and heartfelt sentiments about his last meeting with Willis highlight the enduring bond between the two actors and the impact Willis had on White’s career.

Harrison Carter
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