The movie actor Bill Paxton passed away at age 61, this age of death has to be considered respectable. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Bill Paxton and more!
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
|Age of death
|May 17, 1955
|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
Quotes by Bill Paxton
What’s been nice is that I’ve been able to direct from a very idealistic place. I’ve never had to make my living as a director, which gave me a chance to choose material I feel passionate about. The directing allows me to not have to grab any acting role that comes along. I can pick and choose a little bit.Bill Paxton
My father always read obituaries to me out loud, not because he was maudlin or morbid, but because they were mini biographies.Bill Paxton
I came out to Hollywood when I was just 18, and my dad, he was really into Hollywood and theater and art, and I guess growing up, he exposed me to a lot of culture, and I just started making Super-8 films in high school and decided I wanted to be a filmmaker.Bill Paxton
I’ve had a life where things have worked out for me beyond my wildest dreams, and my brother’s had just the opposite.Bill Paxton
It’s easy to get jaded. It’s easy to get lazy. It’s easy to get too self-centric, like, ‘Why me? What about my needs?’ It has nothing to do with that. But you see, you are the thing you are selling whether you are a director or an actor in this business. It’s very tough. The town doesn’t realize that its greatest resource is its people.Bill Paxton