We look back on Hollywood action legend's best bouffants
Time Out staff
Lieutenant John McClane, Die Hard (1988) While a mucky white vest was perhaps the most iconic aspect of Willis’s look in the first Die Hard film, we’ll always have a soft spot for his somewhat unruly, fuzzy hair.
James Cole, Twelve Monkeys (1995) Bruce was at his best with a shaved head in Terry Gillingham’s sci-fi hit, but we remember him for the wig he donned to impress Madeline Stowe. Or at least we think that’s why he wore it.
Korben Dallas, The Fifth Element (1997) The only thing more eye-catching than director Luc Besson’s imaginative take on the New York of the future was Willis’s peroxide locks.
Captain Sharp, Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Memories of the shaven-headed hard men that Willis is famous for playing were soon forgotten thanks to this wispy silver comb-over, sported by Bruce in last year’s kooky comedy-drama.