Paul Walker 

facts about Paul Walker

Paul Walker most of the people are familiar with this name. He was one of the main actors of the Fast and Furious series. His character name was Brian O’Conner in this series. With his acting skills, he created a huge fan following. But unfortunately, on November 30, 2013, he died in a car accident. He was just 40 years old. Let see some facts about Paul Walker.

Facts about Paul Walker

Paul was born on September 12, 1973. His mother was a fashion model and his father was a sewer contractor.

He was the elder son of his parents and had four siblings.

His first photo shoot was for Pampers diapers when he was just a toddler.

His grandfather was a boxer. And he was also a Brown Belt holder in Jiu-Jitsu. He was practising for his Black Belt competition, at the time of his death.

He studied Marine Biology. Marine Biologist Jacques-Yves Cousteau was his idol.

He was a member of the Billfish Foundation. He worked with National Geography for 11 days for the programme “Expedition Great White” and helped them to catch and tag seven Great White sharks.

Once Walker secretly bought a ring for a US military veteran because the military veteran had short money.

He didn’t watch his movies because he hated to see himself on display.

He was a very good father. Just to spend more time with her daughter, he decided to quit acting.

Investigation showed that the car in which Paul and his friend was died, running at the speed of 125-145 kilometres per hour (80-90 miles her hour ) in a 45 zone.

Paul’s daughter and father both filed separate lawsuits against Porsche because both think that there was any fault in the car.

Vin Diesel co-star from the Fast and Furious series named her daughter Pauline in honour of Paul.

The city council of Pelluhue, Chile named a street after him to show gratitude for the work he has done for Chile in the 2010 earthquake.

“I’ll be back in five minutes.” It was the last words of Paul before he died in a fatal car accident.

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