Years after the wife of Liam Neeson died of epidural hematoma after skiing accident, her co-star in 'The Parent Trap' still recalls her as someone who had 'such a great sense of humor.'

AceShowbiz - Dennis Quaid has paid tribute to his "The Parent Trap" co-star Natasha Richardson on the 10th anniversary of her death.

Liam Neeson's wife died in 2009 after suffering an epidural hematoma following a fall during a skiing lesson at the Mont Tremblant Resort in Canada, and Quaid marked the sad anniversary by recalling what a pleasure the British actress was to work with on their 1998 film.

"She was such a beautiful person, such a beautiful, beautiful person," the actor said as he recalled the movie on Fox News on Monday, March 18. "Just none of that actor stuff, prima donna stuff."

"(She was) someone (who was) easy to work with and (she had) such a great sense of humour... She's a beautiful person, and it comes through in that story."

"I remember her as... a great mom to her two kids, and a beautiful person to her friends and her husband."

Michael Neeson, Richardson's eldest of two sons, paid tribute to his late mother last year (18) by changing his professional name to Micheal Richardson to honour the actress, who died when he was just 13.

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