TORONTO - Liam Neeson has completed work on "Chloe," the Atom Egoyan film he was shooting in Toronto when his wife, Natasha Richardson, suffered a fatal head injury at a Montreal-area ski resort.

Neeson's publicist says the actor quietly slipped into the city for a couple of days last week to complete work on the thriller, also starring Julianne Moore.

Forty-five-year-old Richardson died March 18 after falling during a beginner's ski lesson at Mont Tremblant two days earlier.

An autopsy revealed she had sustained an epidural hematoma, which causes bleeding between the skull and the brain's covering.

The Tony-award winning actress was buried at a private ceremony in upstate New York on March 22.

Lisa Ghione, a publicist for "Chloe," says Neeson completed his scenes last Friday and that the shoot wrapped Saturday.