Bruce Willis Joins Philadelphia Phillies for Batting Practice

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Bruce Willis Joins Philadelphia Phillies for Batting Practice
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Bruce Willis Joins Philadelphia Phillies for Batting Practice
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Iconic actor Bruce Willis joined the Philadelphia Phillies for some batting practice at Citizens Bank Park last week. Willis was at the stadium to throw the ceremonial opening pitch to start their game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Players were excited to see Willis and many eagerly took photographs with the actor.

The Phillie’s produced a between-innings video segment for the game asking players if they thought Die Hard was a Christmas movie. The entire team responded that it was not, except for Tommy Hunter. Hunter responded, “It can be if you want it to be.”

Willis began his acting career on the stage in the 1970’s. He rose to fame following his role of David Addison Jr on the popular television program Moonlighting. 1988’s Die Hard propelled Willis to movie stardom, where has remained ever since.

The actor’s filmography is as varied as his work outside of Hollywood. Willis’ roles in films like Pulp Fiction, The Fifth Element, and The Sixth Sense display a wide variety of popular performances across several genres.

Willis has also lent his voice to several cartoon characters, including roles in Beavis and Butt-Head Do America and Rugrats Go Wild. In 1998 he starred in Playstation’s Apocalypse, his own video game. The actor has even released three studio albums of music, which he has performed live for American troops in Iraq as part of USO shows.

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