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Paul Walker: He Would Have Turned 47 Today! A Look At His Immortal Acting Career

Paul Walker would have turned 47 today if alive! Have a look at his immortal acting career! Here is everything you should know about the star!

Paul Walker would have turned 47 today!

The tragic death of Paul Walker shocked the world in 2013, the actor was taken from us at a very young age. Of course, he will always be remembered for his role in the hit franchise Fast and Furious, but according to IMDB with 43 credits to his name, he had a very successful career spanning many projects, all of which led to his status.

Paul Walker - Wikipedia
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Empowered as a popular Hollywood action star that filmmakers always enjoyed seeing on the big screen. Today, Walker turned 47 and in honor of his birthday, his fans took to Twitter to pay tribute to him. Even if he hasn’t returned for any of the Fast and Furious movies yet his legacy will continue and Paul Walker will always be remembered by millions around the world, which he still gave us.

A look at Paul Walker’s career!

Walker’s film career began in 1987 with the film Monster in the Closet. It wasn’t until 1998 that Walker made his film debut in the sitcom Meet the Deadles, which finally earned him fame. It then led to supporting roles in movies, Varsity Blues, He’s All That, and The Skulls. In 2001, Walker had a revolutionary role when he starred in the hit action movie The Fast and the Furious alongside actor Vin Diesel.

Walker’s feature films were Walt Disney Pictures’ crime thriller Running Dare and Eighth Down, both released in 2006. Fewer than eight received critical acclaim and opened to first place at the box office, grossing $ 20 million in their sales first weekend. Walker completed the next film in the Fast and Furious franchise, titled Fast and Furious, which is scheduled to release on April 3, 2009. Walker is opposite Matt Dillon and Hayden Christenson in Crime Drama Tackers, who began filming in early September 2008.

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