Tallulah Willis will be stepping into Max Joseph’s spot tonight as Nev Schulman’s co-host on Catfish: The TV Show.
In her Catfish introduction, Willis is described as a writer, an outspoken person when it comes to body issues, depression, and body dysmorphia. Even though Willis isn’t in the spotlight as much as her parents once were, she does like to explore her creative side. Nev calls her a cutting-edge artist.
In the clip below, you can see some of her art pieces, which Nev calls “wild.” Most of her work in the introduction appears to be hand-drawn pieces with quotes, such as “Spent the afternoon looking for that moment we had together five years ago.”
Tallulah shares that she did grow up in the public eye with both of her parents, as they were at the height of their careers when she was a child. She opens up about the public bullying she went through, dealing with people’s judgments and perceptions of her, which were not accurate.
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Tallulah explains that she did come out of it, but later she reveals that she’s been sober for four years. According to Glamour Magazine, Willis opened up about her decision to seek help in rehab back in 2015. Here, she revealed that she was her own worst critic and it was her sister Scout who helped her see it was time for rehab.
The magazine reveals that Tallulah had checked into rehab to deal with addictions to cocaine and alcohol. Glamour Magazine labeled Tallulah a fashion blogger at the time of her rehab.
However, Tallulah also has an acting resume herself. According to IMDB, she’s acted in movies, such as The Whole Ten Yards from 2004, Bandits from 2001, and The Scarlet Letter from 1995. As she was born in 1994, she was just a toddler during her first movie role.
Other than Catfish: The TV Show, Willis was also on Dancing With The Stars when she showed up to support her sister Rumer, who was competing. She filmed the episode “Most Memorable Year” in 2015. She also worked on the soundtrack and the musical work behind Tyler, The Creator: Tamale from 2013. However, she appears to have kept some distance from Hollywood.
Based on her Catfish: The TV Show introduction, it appears that Tallulah Willis is pursuing a career as an artist, using her platform to share her thoughts in a more positive way after her rehab. She’s also open on Instagram about her life, including her relationship with her divorced parents, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.
Catfish: The TV Show airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on MTV.