Rumer Willis lands first regular TV series role

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Proud parents Bruce Willis and Demi Moore flank their oldest daugher, Rumer Willis

IN THE GENES: Rumer Willis — the oldest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis — has been acting since she appeared in the film “Now and Then” at age 5 back in 1993. While she’s done a lot of guest spots and recurring roles on TV  (most memorably on “90210”), Willis has landed her first regular series role — cast with Bethany Joy Lenz (“One Tree Hill”) in “Songbyrd,” an upcoming E! series, loosely based on the life of hit songwriter Diane Warren.

Lenz plays the Warren-like character and Willis will portray her sister — also a songwriter, but who goes to work for her sibling, after she’s forced to drop out of law school.

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