Although he’s a decent actor—his role as a rogue pugilist in Pulp Function was simply memorable—we don’t care a whole lot for Bruce Willis’ political persona, which, in general tacks right. That said, the below material shows a surprisingly cogent understanding of the anachronistic rot represented by religion, and for that reason we salute him. —P. Greanville
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BRUCE WILLIS / March 19, 2013 On this date in 1955, actor Bruce Willis, ne Walter Bruce Willis, was born on a military base in Germany. He grew up in PennsGrove, New Jersey, attended Montclair State College, New Jersey, then moved to New York City. Willis waited on tables and bartended while looking for acting jobs. He was (type)cast for one of his first roles as a bartender by a director who spotted him tending bar. Willis’ TV break came in the series “Moonlighting” (1985).