BILL PAXTON Tribute: 30 Year Love Story with Wife Louise Newbury, Friends and Family Remember

Bill Paxton, the star of the hit CBS drama ‘Training Day’ and Movie Blockbusters like ‘Alien’ & ‘Twister,’ unexpectedly died on February 25th, leaving behind family and friends shocked at the sudden loss of the beloved Hollywood actor. What led to the complications of his recent heart surgery and ultimately his death? Jacy Nova, Celebrity Astrologer for Astrochicks.com, takes a cosmic look and pays tribute to the life and times of one our favorite actors, Bill Paxton.

Bill Paxton was born in Fort Worth, Texas on May 17, 1995, under the zodiac sign of down-to-earth Taurus. Raised in a religious home, his father was a businessman and occasional actor, his mom a loving housewife.

What many fans may not know, according to Wikipedia, An eight-year-old Paxton was being lifted above the crowd when President John F. Kennedy emerged from the Hotel Texas on the morning of his assassination on November 22, 1963. Photographs are on display at the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas, Texas.

Bill Paxton’s astrology chart reveals a loyal and loving man, with Sun in Taurus and Moon in sensitive Pisces. An intuitive actor, he’s was described by other celebrities who worked with him as big-hearted, thoughtful, brilliant, and a hilarious guy.

When Moon in Pisces is seen in an Astrology Chart, is shows that Paxton is the type of man who wore his heart on his sleeve. Pisces is the final sign of the zodiac and has much to do with the spiritual self, strongly influenced by music, art, creativity, romance and the positive aspects of life. Paxton used that mystical energy to become one of the most popular actors in Hollywood, who was not only adored by fans but the entertainment community as well.

When it comes to love, Bill Paxton a Taurus was a one-woman man and was married to his soulmate, Louise Newbury, for almost 30 years. The couple’s beautiful love story began when he met his future wife on a bus in London when she was just a teen. In a previous interview with Los Angeles Magazine, Paxton revealed it was love at first sight: “She knew me when I was struggling. She was a student. We met on a bus in London. I’ve seen her give birth. I was with her when her father died. Then we mixed our blood watching these two kids grow up.”

The couple over the years kept a low profile and raised their children in Ojai, California a town about an hour north of Los Angeles in Ventura County. Ojai best known for its organic health and art community is a popular celebrity getaway. In a 2010 interview, Bill Paxton explained that though he may be a household name, he tries to keep a low profile for his family, “I’m not heavily scrutinized, I’m not dating a starlet, I’m left alone pretty much.”

His beautiful daughter Lydia now 19 attends Duke University and his handsome son James, 22, is an actor and recently worked with his father on CBS’ Training Day, which premiered last month to big ratings. James on Instagram recently shared a rainbow on his social media channel in honor of his father, Bill Paxton.

Rob Lowe paid an emotional tribute to his best friend in a recent E! interview, “He’s one of the reasons I moved out of L.A. because I saw a really similar marriage, a really solid man who is building a life not completely centered around the business in spite of the fact that he grew up in the business.”

He continued, “Bill was the most loyal, old-school friend. The type that showed for every single occasion, no matter how small—Bill would be there. If it was, you know, my kid’s Bar Mitzvah, Bill’s there. If it was my mother’s funeral, Bill’s there. If it was my book launch party, Bill’s there.”
Lowe also opened up about leaning on Paxton in a business that doesn’t necessarily lend itself to genuine relationships. “Bill was not only one of my closest friends, but he was without question my closest friend in the industry,” Rob shared.

In his last podcast interview earlier this month, Bill Paxton revealed his heart condition was developed as a child when he suffered a bout of rheumatic fever at the age of 13 that left in bedridden for six months and caused permanent damage to his heart. Paxton shares some great stories about some of his most memorable work in things like Weird Science, Aliens, Big Love and his new TV show Training Day. A must listen!

It’s rumored,  Bill Paxton’s funeral will be held later this week. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. Paxton a fantastic actor, husband, father, and friend. We will miss you!

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