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James Cameron offers a heartfelt tribute to his friend and frequent collaborator, the late actor Bill Paxton, and reveals details of their final conversation.
Bill Paxton died from a stroke more than a week after he’d undergone heart surgery, it has emerged. The ‘Aliens’ star was having a valve replaced, as well as repair to his damaged aorta, but died from the stroke on February 25, 11 days after the surgery, according to information obtained by TMZ. Paxton had suffered an aneurysm, with the surgery going ahead on Valentine’s Day. He died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, aged 61, the day before this year’s Oscars. ...
James Cameron has penned an emotional tribute to the late Bill Paxton, who died just prior to this year’s Oscars. Cameron directed Paxton in a host of movies from ‘Titanic’ and ‘Aliens’ to ‘True Lies’ and even a small role in ‘The Terminator’, and has now spoken of his friend, who he describes as a ‘serious, thoughtful and caring man’. “As I sit writing this, I’m looking at a 700-pound stone head of Bacchus, the party god, that Bill Paxton had delivered to my house one day.
Nearly 200 storm chasers paid tribute Sunday to the late actor Bill Paxton by spelling out his initials using GPS coordinates on a map depicting the heart of Tornado Alley.
Hollywood actor Bill Paxton has passed away at the age of 61, it’s been reported. According to the BBC, Paxton suffered from post-heart surgery complications and is survived by his wife, Louise, and two children. Before making it as a big-time actor, Paxton, like many other famous faces, earned his money doing a low paid, regular job like us normies – he was a car park attendant.
Movie and TV audiences were mourning the death of Bill Paxton, 61, who died on Saturday after suffering complications due to surgery. The actor was a consummate pro and scene-stealer, whether he was playing the bully older brother Chet in "Weird Science" or telling everyone it was “game over, man!” in "Aliens."
Bill Paxton, the versatile actor who appeared in films including “Aliens” and “Titanic” and played a polygamist on HBO’s “Big Love,” has died from complications following heart surgery. He was 61. A representative for his family released a statement asking for privacy and saying, “Bill’s passion for the arts was felt by all who knew... Read more »