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Jennifer Aniston remembers Bill Paxton in Oscars tribute

01 March 2017

Jennifer Aniston introduced the performance with a nod to the death of actor Bill Paxton earlier that day, whose unexpected death left her choked up before saluting the "beautiful work" of the rest.

Paxton, a Fort Worth, Texas, native, appeared in dozens of movies and television shows and seemed to be around when history was made both on and off screen. But he holds a special place in the hearts of people who love weird music. "We love you", the actress wrote.

The "Cake" actress took the time to honor the "Twister" star - who died aged 61 on Saturday (02.25.17) after suffering complications after surgery - at Sunday's (02.26.17) ceremony as she introduced the video tribute to those lost from Hollywood over the previous year. Paxton was never nominated for an Oscar but he was involved in nominated films that ranged from Aliens to Titanic and so many others.

Jeanne Tripplehorn, who played his TV wife (one of three) on the HBO polygamy drama Big Love, called him a "friend for life" in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Beloved actor Bill Paxton has passed away at the age of 61.

The grieving 19-year-old - who boasts 31.4M followers - tweeted: 'Noooooo #BillPaxton f*** I love you man!' "As the profound shock of his loss and the ensuing expression of love and grief proves - he was a man it was impossible not to love". John Paxton later belonged to the same golfing club as the great Ben Hogan, whom Bill Paxton got to know growing up. "Thank you, Bill Paxton".

Most recently, Paxton had taken on the leading role in "Training Day", a CBS crime show that re-imagined the 2001 neo-noir film directed by Antoine Fuqua.

"I can't believe he won't be out there on a set somewhere anymore". "I will miss our long talks about our insane business, his passion for art and the deep love for his family".