Rosanna Arquette lauds Bruce Willis's supportive family amid dementia

Bruce Willis was diagnosed with dementia in February 2023 after one year of quitting acting career

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Rosanna Arquette lauds Bruce Willis’s supportive family amid dementia
Rosanna Arquette lauds Bruce Willis’s supportive family amid dementia

Rosanna Arquette recently gushed over her former Pulp Fiction co-star Bruce Willis’ supportive family and called them 'one big tribe of loveliness'.

The Pulp Fiction actress spoke to People Magazine at the 15th TCM Classic Film Festival and praised her costar’s family, children, and ex-wife Demi Moore for taking his full care amid his battle with dementia.

She said, “I love how his family is surrounding him and how [his ex-wife] and him are still very close.”

“[Bruce and Demi] have kids together and they all are one big tribe of loveliness and good people,” she added.

“It's just gathering around him, just filled with love,” the After Hours star continued. “And I love that.”

Willis was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, as revealed by his family in February 2023. 

One year before this revelation Bruce's family announced his retirement from his decades-long acting career after he was diagnosed with aphasia.

Willis and his former wife Demi Moore, 61, were married from 1987 to 2000 and share three daughters 35-year-old Rumer, 32-year-old Scout, and 30-year-old Tallulah.

Willis also shares two more daughters 12 year old Mabel and 9 years old Evelyn with his current wife Emma Heming Willis, 45.