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Liam Neeson: Natasha Richardson's Death 5 Years Ago Still Unreal

By    |   Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 07:52 AM

Actor Liam Neeson said he still cannot believe his actress wife Natasha Richardson is gone, although it's been five years since a skiing accident in Canada took her life.

According to the Mirror, Neeson made the comments to the British men's magazine Loaded. He told the magazine that he still catches himself waiting to hear his late wife's voice or expect to see her when a door opens.

"Her death was never real (for me)," Neeson told Loaded, according to the Mirror. "It still kind of isn't. There's periods now when I hear the door opening, especially the first couple of years. ... Anytime I hear that door opening, I still think I'm going to hear her."

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Richardson, a Tony Award-winning actress who appeared in such movies as "The Parent Trap," "Maid in Manhattan," and "Asylum," died in 2009 after a skiing accident in Quebec's Mont Tremblant resort, as detailed by People magazine.

People reported then that a medical examiner ruled that Richardson died from blunt trauma to the head that created internal brain bleeding, even though her initial accident seemed minor. In similar cases, while there may be no outward signs, blood from a damaged artery can quickly fill the brain with blood, creating pressure that can cause irreparable damage if not relieved.

Ironically, Neeson played a grieving man who lost his wife in the British ensemble movie "Love Actually" in 2003.

The actor, who has appeared lately in action films like "Taken" and "Non-Stop," was nominated for a best actor Oscar in 1994 for his role in "Schindler's List." He was also nominated for a Golden Globe for the role along with two other nominations for "Michael Collins" in 1997 and "Kinsey" in 2005.

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