Rumer Willis Biography (1988-)

The daughter of Demi Moore and actor Bruce Willis, debuted onscreen with two roles opposite her mother: a bit part at the age of six in the ensemble seriocomedy Now and Then (1995, billed as Willa Glen), and a more substantial supporting role as Moore’s onscreen daughter in the notorious (but lucrative) Andrew Bergman farce Striptease  (1996). Willis’ show-business activity grew prolific in the late 2000s; the summer of 2008 witnessed her debut as a jazz vocalist at Teddy’s  on Hollywood Boulevard, and at around the same time, the then-19-year-old actress graced the casts of several films, including a supporting role in the comedy The House Bunny, opposite Anna Faris. Willis then signed for another supporting turn in a teen comedy, Dana Lustig’s Wild Cherry (2009).

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