Liam Neeson Opens Up On The Loss Of His Wife

Hollywood actor Liam Neeson has opened up about tragically losing his wife three years ago to German magazine In.

Speaking to the magazine, Liam the star of the highly popular Taken films, revealed he still deeply misses his wife, actress Natasha Richardson who died from serious head injuries caused by a ski accident in 2009.
Liam was married to Natasha, who is most famously known for her role in the Parent Trap, for fifteen years when the accident happened, leaving him alone to raise the couple’s two children.

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As expected such a terrible loss was heartbreaking for both Liam and his two boys Michael and Daniel, and now three years on, the actor reveals it is still difficult for the family: “I do miss my wife every day, more than anything.”

Raising two children alone can be a tough challenge for some, however Liam who claims he is not a strict dad, has managed to teach his sons the rights from wrongs, and knows Natasha would be proud of how they have turned out.

Whilst the last three years have been tough for 60 year-old Liam, his acting has been a healthy distraction for him, and it is no coincidence that his career has since flourished.

Liam’s hard work and focus has paid off, with him landing numerous roles in blockbuster movies such as the A-Team and most recently Taken 2, which was released last weekend, proving to be another huge hit for Liam.

With his career going from strength-to-strength, Liam remains thankful and is keen to give back to those less fortunate than him. Just last week he appeared on the Ellen Degeneres show, where he showed he has a sense of humor, stripping off his clothes to help raise over $20,000 for charity.
Meanwhile rumors that Liam is set to sign for a third Taken film are rife.

Article By Victoria Beckett

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