London, Feb 12: Hollywood action star, Bruce Willis, was awarded the Commander of the Arts and Letters for his contribution to cinema in Paris on Monday.
Bruce, 57, has been in the movie business since the 80's and has stared in popular action movies.
Bruce accepted the award from French culture minister Aurelie Filippetti, the Daily Mail reported.
Bruce was joined in the French capital by model wife Emma, who looked stunning with simple blue dress and gold chain around her neck while her curly brown hair rested on her shoulders.
Emma later tweeted: "If I have to call him Commander so do you! #CommanderBruce"
Bruce will next be seen in the fifth Die Hard movie, A Good Day to Die Hard, which will hit theatres on Valentine's Day. (ANI)