Biography - A Short Wiki
He acted in the blockbusters Apollo 13, Twister, and Titanic. His role in the miniseries Hatfields & McCoys earned him an Emmy Award nomination.
His father, John Lane Paxton, was a museum executive, an occasional actor, and a businessman. Bill married Louise Newbury in 1987 and had two kids named James and Lydia Paxton.
How did Bill Paxton die?
Bill Paxton's death was caused by Stroke.
|Cause of death||Stroke|
|Age of death||61 years|
|Birthday||May 17, 1955|
|Death date||February 25, 2017|
|Place of death||Cedars-Sinai Medical Records Office, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Place of burial||Forest Lawn, Los Angeles, California, United States|
It’s become very popular in contemporary films to have the twist ending.Bill Paxton
I’ve had a career that is kind of under the radar, but it sure is varied, and I’ve been so blessed to be able to get paid to do something I love to do.Bill Paxton
It’s always good to have no expectations when you see a film. Then you can be pleasantly disappointed or surprised.Bill Paxton
Growing up in Texas and Oklahoma, Ben Johnson was more famous than John Wayne to some of us. I knew him. I worked with him on a low budget film years ago, and we’d sit around at night while waiting for a shot.Bill Paxton
My first film was a movie shot in 1974. I was 18 on that movie set. It was called ‘Big Bad Mama.’ I turned 19 on the next movie I worked on, which was a black ‘Blazing Saddles.’ I worked in the art department. It was called ‘Darktown Strutters.’Bill Paxton