Liam Neeson Talks About His Grief Over The Loss Of His Wife

The famed actor opened up about his bereavement on the death of his spouse Natasha Richardson eight years ago in a skiing accident.

He talked about his ongoing anguish over the freak accident which took the 45 year old actress from the world. She suffered a fall at the Canadian slopes while being a part of a beginners’ lesson in skiing. Though she laughed and brushed off the fall at the moment she was made to seek medical attention. After her first

Though she laughed and brushed off the fall at the moment she was made to seek medical attention. After her first checkup with paramedics she signed off the waivers herself but after a couple of hours she started showing signs that caused alarm. Soon after, she was transferred to a hospital but sadly all was in vain. She died due to Epidural Hepatoma as per the Medical Examiner’s report.

Soon after, she was transferred to a hospital but sadly all was in vain. She died due to Epidural Hepatoma as per the Medical Examiner’s report.

For Neeson, the tragic loss seemed unreal even after years. Neeson told in an interview that he and Natasha, his wife for 14 years before her accident had made a pact. They entrusted each other with the responsibility to make the decision of pulling the plug if either ever got into a vegetative state. Sadly, for

They entrusted each other with the responsibility to make the decision of pulling the plug if either ever got into a vegetative state.

Sadly, for Neeson this minuscule probability turned into an eventuality when he was told by the doctors at the hospital that Richardson was brain dead. The couple was married since 1994 with two sons.

For the Irish actor the reality of his loss has not set in, and even today, after years of her being gone, he expects her to come walking through the door as if nothing happened.

But it has dimmed a bit, he says the grief is not so immediate anymore, but it will perhaps always be a part of his life. For him, it was a feeling that knocked him down completely, and there was a huge instability.

Though the feeling passes and becomes less frequent. But it has dimmed a bit, he says the grief is not so immediate anymore, but it will perhaps always be a part of his life. For him, it was a feeling that knocked him down completely, and there was a huge instability. Though the feeling passes and becomes less frequent

For him, it was a feeling that knocked him down completely, and there was a huge instability. Though the feeling passes and becomes less frequent. But it has dimmed a bit, he says the grief is not so immediate anymore, but it will perhaps always be a part of his life.

For him, it was a feeling that knocked him down completely, and there was a huge instability. Though the feeling passes and becomes less frequent

For him, it was a feeling that knocked him down completely, and there was a huge instability. Though the feeling passes and becomes less frequent but it is impossible to get rid of it completely.

Though the feeling passes and becomes less frequent but it is impossible to get rid of it completely. Richardson was kept on life support for enough time so that friends and families could say their farewell. But she lives on in three different people.

The actress donated three of her organs and now her heart, kidneys and livers support three people. According to her husband, she would have been very, very pleased to know that.

Natasha Richardson was a Tony Award Winning stage actress and the daughter of famed actress Vanessa Redgrave and director/producer Tony Richardson. Her death was a shock to everyone around her as she was in the prime of her health. She died due to injuries suffered during a skiing accident in Mont Tremblant Quebec, Canada. Though she was flown immediately to Lenox hill hospital in New York City, but the doctors declared her brain dead. On the day after her death, theatre lights were dimmed, both in Broadway and West End as a mark of respect for the talented screen actress