BRUCE Willis in an homage to Michael Clarke Duncan

From bodyguard to bouncer to actor, his path was unusual. A casting director launched him into the spotlight.

Duncan’s 1998 Hollywood debut in “Armageddon” led to his 1999 breakout performance as John Coffey in “The Green Mile”. Despite experienced co-stars, his subtle performance won an Oscar nomination.

His roles in “The Whole Nine Yards,” “Planet of the Apes,” and “Sin City” showed his flexibility. His unique voice brought “Brother Bear” and “Kung Fu Panda.” to life.

Duncan’s co-star and friend Bruce Willis gave a touching tribute, highlighting their “Armageddon.” bond. Duncan was lauded by Willis for his talent and charity.

Duncan continues to inspire Hollywood and the world. His legacy shows resilience, aspiration, and the rise from obscurity to fame. The legacy of Michael Clarke Duncan inspires. His outstanding career, character, and relationship with Willis are cherished.