Rumer Willis

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Rumer Willis

Born

8/16/1988, Paducah, Kentucky USA

Birth Name

Rumer Glenn Willis

Gender

Female

Also Known As

Willa Glen
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Rumer Glenn Willis was born August 16th, 1988 in Kentucky where her father Bruce was filming the movie In Country.

The young American actress is the daughter of actors Demi Moore and Bruce Willis. Like both of her Sisters, She has appeared in several of her parents'…more

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    • Rumer: I was a dork, a computer nerd had braces and glasses. I wasn't necessarily too active in getting in the social crowd, so I definitely understand the entirely not fitting in, but I think everyone has their own version of feeling a bit out of place and one of the great things I think that we have the ability to do is show that it's alright. You can have that awkward phase, so It's not about whether you're the popular girl or the nerdy one but just about feeling confident and comfortable with kind of where you fit and who you are and accessing that and making that your own.

    • Rumer: When I was growing up, I was trained in opera – but when you have that foundation, I don't think I'll go out and sing opera. When you have that training, you can go anywhere. My dad is honestly responsible for my taste in music. I never listened to Billboard charts or top 100 when I was growing up. I was listening to anything from Led Zeppelin to Billy Holliday to Creedance Clearwater Revival, and Joe Cochran. For me, jazz has been something I have always really loved. I would love to find a way to make it relevant, for our generation. I was just watching the original Woodstock, watching Joe Cochran do that song – every part of his body is a part of that song. And the music was about so much more than just selling an album. In the future I hope there are really more artists where it's about the music, and the passion. And that is what people love to see and love to watch – it's people speaking from personal experience.

    • Rumer: (If her upbringing was normal) Yeah, just a normal family. People ask me, "Don't you wish you had a normal life?" And I go, "To me, I don't know anything else. That's the only experience I have." Honestly – normal. But that's not even a real world, when it comes to families, because everyone has different things in their family, that they deal with. But I wouldn't trade how I grew up for anything. I have traveled to some amazing places, and got to see some amazing things. Whether or not I would have traded that for anything else, I don't think I would ever want to.

    • Rumer: (On her role in 90210) My character that I'm playing is Gia, and right now, honestly, I don't even know where her storyline is going but the whole crew has been so sweet. When you're coming into a show where they've already all worked together for a while, it can be nervewracking, but they were so sweet and so welcoming and really nice and kind of a great group and cast.

    • Rumer: People tell me all the time that I look my mom. I see the resemblance, sometimes. There was a picture in a magazine about look-a-like mothers and daughters and I saw that I looked exactly like her - which is great. I hate my jaw. I don't know if it's my dad's - I think I'm more like my mother, my littlest sister looks exactly like my dad and my middle sister is a mixture of the two.

    • Rumer: If people call me a lesbian because I have short hair and I wear jeans instead of dresses, then by all means, run with it. I think it's hilarious.

    • Rumer: (on guest starring on Miss Guided) I've never done TV, but when Ashton was working on it, I heard about it and thought that was a cool idea. I never went to 'high school high school,' so the opportunity to do stuff like that is so much fun.

    • Rumer: I think it's definitely hard growing up in L.A. with all of the things that you have to deal with, and being so young. I think sometimes people don't realize the amount of pressure that can come.

    • Rumer: (about her love for music) In the future, I would love to do an album. I have been singing since I was really little which not a lot of people know about so it's one of those fun, personal things.

    • Rumer: Being famous isn't about going to parties... it's about being able to use the power that we all have to kind of give back.

    • Rumer: (on fame) It's a 24-hour job. It doesn't matter if you are going out to a restaurant – you have to be aware of what you are doing and how you look and how you are presenting yourself, because most of the time people never get to know you.

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