Paul Walker 24×36 Poster

Paul Walker used to be an American actor, people recognizing him for the role in the Fast and Furious movies. Walker started his career as an actor when he was only 7 years old, but he was first recognized after he appeared in the “The Young and the Restless” series. The well-known movies “She’s All That” and “Varsity Blues” gave him a good start as an actor.

Besides playing in different movies, Paul walker was the founder of the Reach Out Worldwide charity. Walker was born in Glendale, California, being the son of a fashion model, and his father was a famous boxer, his grandfather racing Ford cars. Paul’s origin was mainly English, along with German and Swiss, and he was raised in Los Angeles, graduating a christian school. After high school, Paul Walker majored in marine biology in a Southern California college.

He has a daughter with the one-time girlfriend Rebecca Soteros, naming her Meadow Rain Walker. The little girl lived with her Rebecca in Hawaii for a few years and then moved to California to live with her father, Paul, in 2011. After he broke up with his girlfriend, he dated Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell. Walker died in a car accident in 2013 when he was only 40 years old, as a passenger next to his friend Roger Rodas. Paul’s father and daughter filed death lawsuits against Porsche, which led to some establishments. He didn’t finish filming Fast and Furious 7, but his brothers filled the movie in for Walker.

“See you again” is a song made by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth and it was used as a soundtrack for Fast and Furious 7. It was made in the memory of Paul Walker and its video used parts of the movie Walker played in. This song was successful all over the world and it become the biggest hit of both Khalifa and Puth. The music video passed “Gangnam Style” which used to be the most liked YouTube video of all time.

Paul Walker was a car racing enthusiast, competing in some racing series with a BMW E92 M3. Walker had a huge car collection around 30 cars, but a part of them were owned together with Roger Rodas. The collection included sport Mustangs, BMW, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and many other famous brands. On the day he died, he was in a Porsche Carrera GT with his friend, who was driving with a speed between 130 and 150 km/h.

The zone they drove was a 72 km speed zone and they crashed into a lamp post. They didn’t consume alcohol or drugs, but the speed and the old tires caused the car crash. The exact curve of the car accident was a very popular spot for car drifting. Walker’s daughter filed a lawsuit for her father against Porsche, saying that the car her father was driving had instability history. She also mentioned that the placement of the seat belt can cause injuries upon impact.

Despite all of the efforts her daughter did for her father, Porsche resisted and declined any wrongdoing, blaming Paul himself. Porsche claims that the risks and dangers were visible and obvious for Walker, and that he chose to expose himself, assuming all the dangers involved in driving the vehicle. The court acted in favor of Porsche after Roger’s wife filed a lawsuit against them. Two other lawsuits against Porsche were filed, but had no influence over the ruling. However, an agreement has been made between Walker’s father and daughter and Porsche.

The 24×36 poster of Paul Walker can be found online, its price being acceptable for such a great, memorable item. It can be shipped anywhere in the world, and it can be a significant gift for anyone who appreciated Paul Walker. Its material is a durable and permanent one, just like the art from museums. This poster is black and white, that’s why it can perfectly fit anywhere you want to place it.

Paul Walker was a kind, courageous, smart and bold man, appreciated not only for his fame, but also for his contribution to the world. He established live satellite tags to white sharks, which allowed Dr. Domeier to research migrant patterns, like the ones associated with giving birth and pairing, over a 5 year period of time.

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