Bruce Willis is an American actor, producer, and musician with a net worth of $150 million. Born in Germany to a bank teller and an American serviceman, Willis moved to Penns Grove, New Jersey as a child and attended the drama program at Montclair State University until he left to pursue acting in New York City. He has appeared in over sixty films, and although he is best known as an action star, he got his first big break (and several major awards) on the TV comedy Moonlighting, in which he flirted with Cybill Shepherd for five seasons.
Willis's critical reception has been inconsistent, but he has also delivered several box-office hits: he starred in four Die Hard movies, grossing a total of $1.1 billion worldwide, as well as Armageddon—the highest-grossing film of 1998, at $553 million—and The Sixth Sense. He won two Emmys (for Moonlighting and for a guest-starring role on Friends) and a Golden Globe (for Moonlighting). Willis is also a musician, with three rock albums and favorable reviews to his name. Willis married actress Demi Moore in 1987 and had three daughters (Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah Belle) before their divorce in 2000; he subsequently married model Emma Heming in 2009.