Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

Bill Paxton to be honored on Training Day

"And he was just really proud of where he was from and wanted to let that community know that they, too, could be film makers, that they could be-they could follow their dreams", Cain said.

The pair would consistently support each other in their careers and their personal lives. Five or six years later, I'm producing the movie Frank and Jesse and starring in it and I reached out to him to play my brother.

After the sad and unexpected passion of actor Bill Paxton on Sunday February 26, Entertainment Weekly reported that Training Day will honor Paxton during the episode set to air on Thursday March 2. "It was up here in Santa Barbara where I live and all the kids went out and had a great time and fast-forward to 20 years later my son still fishes every weekend and that's because of Bill".

"Bill was the most loyal, old-school friend".

CBS hasn't announced if the show will be back for a second season - but if Training Day gets renewed, the powers that be already know how they'll handle the tragic death. If it was my mother's funeral, Bill's there.

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Bill was not only one of my closest friends, but he was without a question my closest friend in the industry.

Paxton died at age 61 from a post-surgical stroke following heart surgery.

Lowe, who starred alongside Fred Savage in Fox's The Grinder from 2015 to 2016, revealed that Paxton never let his new found fame get to his head.

Say what you will about the ad, but it's a fitting tribute to a man who did so much with the time he had. Hollywood celebrities including Tom Hanks, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Bacon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, Helen Hunt, Aaron Paul, William Shatner, Elijah Wood, Bella Thorne, and Charlize Theron have all lauded the memory of the Texas native.

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