BILL PAXTON (Brock Lovett) has established himself as one
of Hollywood's most adventurous actors, known to audiences from
his numerous roles in films of every genre. "Titanic"
reunites Paxton with director James Cameron, for whom he appeared
in "True Lies," "Aliens" and "The Terminator."
In 1996, Paxton starred in the worldwide hit "Twister,"
following his leading role in the Academy AwardÂ®-nominated
"Apollo 13." He most recently starred in the critically
acclaimed independent feature "Traveller," in which
he also served as producer on the project. Paxton has just completed
production on "Mighty Joe Young," due out in the summer
of 1998. He will next star in HBO's "A Bright Shining Lie,"
now in production in Southeast Asia and the biggest budgeted project
for the cable network to date.
In 1992, Paxton emerged as a true leading man with Carl Franklin's
acclaimed thriller "One False Move," which earned him
critical praise and the 1992 LAFCA New Generation Award. Paxton
got his start in Hollywood in 1974, working as a set dresser on
Roger Corman's "Big Bad Mama." After several features,
he moved to New York where he studied acting. Upon his return
to Los Angeles, he began a film career that would grow to include
roles in such films as "The Lords of Discipline," "Weird
Science," "The Evening Star," "Tombstone"
and continues what has now become an extraordinary relationship
with Jim Cameron.
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