As a child, Bruce Willis suffered from a stutter, and certainly didn't dream of building a career in Hollywood. Willis signed up for the school's drama club only to cope with speech defects. And it worked: getting a role in the first production, Bruce began to speak freely and without stutter once he got up on that stage. Willis would later admit that this was the only reason he stayed in the drama club, having managed to get rid of stutter completely. The actor has another peculiarity, but he did not try to actually fix it. Willis is left-handed in real life, and in some of his movies, you can see that he uses his left hand to do some basic stuff. At the beginning of his career, Bruce was fond not only of filming, but also of music. He even released two solo albums, with a couple of Willis' songs having reached the top of the music charts. However, his affair with music had to stop eventually. After 'Die Hard' release Willis was getting an insane amount of offers. The actor decided to focus on a career in Hollywood, and all the singing became just a fun hobby, nothing more.