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26th February 2017

Bill Paxton dead at 61: Aliens and Titanic actor passes away “from surgery complications” (mirror.co.uk).

#RIPBillPaxton
“American actor Bill Paxton—a Hollywood mainstay who was one of the biggest film stars of the 1990s—has died aged 61 due to complications from surgery. The star—best known for his roles in hit films such as Aliens, Apollo 13, Twister and Titanic - died suddenly on Saturday. His family announced his death in a statement released on Sunday and described him as a ‘beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker’ whose ‘’illustrious career’ spanned four decades.”

And some of the greatest dicks and bullies he played in some of those iconic features, instantly hateable but also most human—all too human and making them all the more believable for it: The 7 most irritating characters from otherwise great movies (cracked.com).

#RIPBillPaxton (Twitter).

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