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Liam Neeson has found love again, eight years after his wife died tragically in a skiing accident. Now, the big mystery is: Who is his lady love?

The "Taken" star told the Irish Independent that he is romantically involved with an "incredibly famous" woman, but he declined to reveal her identity.

"I'd embarrass her if I said her name, she's incredibly famous," he said, adding that he's trying to figure out what to get her for Valentine's Day. "I'll have to do my best for her. It's amazing how far a simple bunch of freshly picked flowers will go in a lady's life, I find."

Liam seems committed to the mysterious woman, but said she won't be the only one getting a gift from him.

"I'll send out a few bunches of flowers to various people and I usually just say 'from an Irish admirer,'" he said.

This is the second known romance that Liam has had since his wife Natasha Richardson passed away after hitting her head during a skiing lesson in Quebec, Canada. The actress initially got up and laughed off the incident, not knowing that she tore a blood vessel in her brain, as she wasn't wearing a helmet.

Liam said Natasha's death is still a "touchy subject."

"Of course the grief is still there," he said, adding, "You do your best."

In 2012, Lima ended a two-year romance with British publicist Freya St Johnston.

"He told her he wanted to spend more time in New York and that he really wants to make more time for his children," a source told the Daily Mail at the time. "Freya wants something more serious, but Liam feels it is too soon. His wife only died three years ago, he wants to take things slow."

The actor had many people concerned for him last year when he photos showed him looking incredibly gaunt and thin. What no one knew was that Liam was intentionally losing weight for a role in Martin Scorsese's film "Science."

Liam lost 20 pounds for the role as Father Cristóvão Ferreira. The movie tells the tale of two Jesuit Portuguese priests who take a quest to Japan to spread the word of Christianity.

"Martin requires this level of dedication and I think it pays off," he said in reference to the weight loss and the film. "Martin wanted us all to look a bit more gaunt, which [costars] Adam [Diver] and Andrew [Garfield] did as well. I know Adam went to the extreme. He's an ex-marine and when he's given an order, he follows it through. He was like something out of Auschwitz."