The actor continues to grieve his late wife and stays strong in the face of unspeakable tragedy.
It's been five years since Liam Neeson's beloved wife Natasha Richardson died in a tragic skiing accident in Canada. Now, the actor is speaking out about his grief and what the recovery process from such a devastating event has meant for him.
A heartbroken Neeson, 61, recounts to Anderson Cooper the moment doctors informed him his wife was brain-dead, and the painful decision the actor had to make about taking Natasha off life-support. He says her death still doesn't seem real, and even now — years later — he sometimes thinks he hears her moving around the house they once shared.
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