Die Hard's famous 'FBI agents' reunite after nearly 20 years
"Die Hard" fans remember them as Big Johnson and Little Johnson, the 1988 motion picture's two still-popular FBI agents.
Davi and Bush shared screen time again when they co-starred in "Licence to Kill," the 1989 contribution to the James Bond movie franchise.
In 1993, the two actors hooked up for the theatrical release of "Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence," starring Davi in the lead role.
Their career paths then took several twists and turns.
Davi has successfully expanded his devotion to the performing arts to include the music recording industry and politics.
Bush, meanwhile, retired from acting in 2003 to return to medicine. He graduated from medical school in 2010 and currently has three specialized diagnostic disciplines under his belt.
On September 20, Bush said he wanted to see his former screen mate and lifelong friend again. So he showed up at a restaurant in Bel Air, where Davi was paying tribute to the late Frank Sinatra.
"Robert Davi remains an engaging entertainer," said Bush. "It was great seeing him again and watching him perform live."
Added Davi: "Grand is a dear friend. I am fond of him."
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