Published: Wed, March 01, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Actor Bill Paxton Dead At 61

On the morning of the 89th Academy Awards, the entertainment world received the sad news that actor Bill Paxton has passed at the age of 61 due to complications from surgery. Today, the news was confirmed that we also lost Bill Paxton.

Paxton stars as Detective Frank Rourke, a detective in the Los Angeles Police Department who doesn't exactly play by the rules when it comes to investigations and has attracted a lot of attention because of it.

For his role in "Apollo 13", Paxton won a Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture in 1996.

The "Cake" actress took the time to honor the "Twister" star - who died aged 61 on Saturday (02.25.17) after suffering complications after surgery - at Sunday's (02.26.17) ceremony as she introduced the video tribute to those lost from Hollywood over the past year.

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Thorne played one of Paxton's TV daughters, Tancy "Teeny" Henrickson, in the HBO hit series Big Love. "Watch One False Move or A Simple Plan to see this lovely leading man, at his finest", Paxton's friend Rob Lowe tweeted. Bill, I love you. RIP. After hearing of Bill Paxton's death, Cameron sent a statement to Vanity Fair.

Paxton remained proud of his work on the video, but admitted to "It's amusing how you build your career".

The final film of Bill Paxton's career is "The Circle", which stars Emma Watson and Tom Hanks.

"I said, 'God, would you give me a chance to make it?' Because I had been making short films", Paxton said. She continued, "I can't believe he won't be out there on a set somewhere anymore". And I just don't think it's ever gonna happen for me.' And within six months, he went on one of the greatest roles an actor ever had. "We already miss him incredibly so, and send our love and thoughts to his family".

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