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Paul Walker biography The eldest of four children, Paul William Walker IV was born September 12th, 1973, to a contractor father and model mother in Glendale, California. It was his mother, with her connections in the entertainment industry, who first gave the world a glimpse of the future successful actor. Walker became a child model/actor, appearing in many commercials, including one for Pampers that will surely be fished out of the archives to embarrass him on a late night talk show. acting for tuition Keeping up the acting thanks to the encouragement of his parents, who wanted the fruits of his labor to go to a college fund, Walker appeared in three different episodes of Highway to Heaven in the mid-'80s and in a children's movie called Monster in the Closet. A year-long regular role in the sitcom Throb followed, and at fourteen years of age, he endured his first B-movie experience in Programmed to Kill. For Walker, acting had served its purpose: He was able to go to community college (he went to several different ones in Southern California) with the hopes of becoming a marine biologist. He continued acting on the side, however, and could be seen in the soap opera The Young and the Restless in 1993 and the film Tammy and the T-Rex in 1994. It wasn't until a call from a childhood friend suggesting that he audition for a role in Touched by an Angel, that Walker put school on the backburner and concentrated solely on acting. making the grade Despite having ignored acting for a couple of years, Walker landed a role on CBS's feel-good show and within a month was cast in 1998's Pleasantville -- and he hasn't looked back since. Meet the Deedles was released the same year, and while it did not fare too well at the box office, Walker gained valuable experience working with the legendary Dennis Hopper. Supporting roles in 1999's Varsity Blues and She's All That were considered a promotion for Walker, as he gained a large following among giggly teenage girls. fame came fast and furiously A secretive underground society was discovered in 2000's The Skulls, Walker's next project. Of course, it was 2001's The Fast and the Furious that saw Walker evolve from teenie-bopper actor to full-blown star. Paul Walker, who did most of his own car stunts, and Vin Diesel, were honored with the award for Best On-Screen Duo at the 2002 MTV Movie Awards. Joy Ride was also released in 2001, and while it did not fare as well as F&F, the thriller earned surprisingly positive reviews. Accolades for Walker's tough guy appeal came from all over, but his thrill-seeker image is balanced out by his role as devoted father to his daughter, Meadow (his child with a former flame). racing with stardom With two potentially huge movies set to be released in 2003 -- Timeline and 2 Fast 2 Furious, Walker's career is nowhere near stalling. He is one-upping himself at every turn, charming the ladies, impressing critics, and most admirably, having fun the whole time. Is he the next Steve McQueen? No, he's the first Paul Walker. TONY PASTOLIANO about Paul Walker Tall and athletic, with blond All-American good looks, Paul Walker made his big screen starring debut in Disney's "Meet the Deedles" (1998), making use of his background in surfing and various extreme sports for this movie chronicling the adventures of free-spirited twins mistaken for park rangers in Yellowstone National Park. That same year he had a featured role in "Pleasantville" as Skip, an earnest basketball player trapped in a black-and-white sitcom world who quickly converts to color with 1990s girl Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon) as his missionary. His classic jock-next-door look made him well suited for this part, as well as his role in the box-office success "Varsity Blues" (1999). As football quarterback Lance Harbor, the actor did a fine job of tracing the fall of the injured local hero who has little left when his high school football career is sidelined. Next he appeared as Freddie Prinze Jr.'s callous friend and rival in "She's All That" (also 1999). Walker turned in an impressive comedic performance as a popular creep who refuses to forget a bet he makes with school golden boy Zack (Prinze) to turn awkward, unpopular Laney (Rachael Leigh Cook) into the prom queen, even as it becomes obvious that Zack is falling for her. He would also be seen that year as Claire Danes' boyfriend in the drama "Brokedown Palace", in which Danes and Kate Beckinsale play Americans imprisoned in Thailand for drug smuggling. Walker had a career on television long before his film work began. He actually began as a toddler in commercials for Pampers before segueing to guest roles on programs including "Highway to Heaven" (as a mentally-challenged youth in a two-part 1986 episode) and such sitcoms as "Charles in Charge", "Growing Pains" (ABC) and, for the 1986-87 season in the regular role of Diana Canova's teenaged son in the syndicated series "Throb". The young actor took time off for school, making less frequent guest appearances (i.e., a 1991 episode of "Who's the Boss"). He returned to the small screen in 1993 with a recurring role on the CBS soap "The Young and the Restless" and during the 1994-1995 season was seen in the short-lived CBS sitcom "The Boys Are Back" as a retired couple's college bound son whose older brothers move back into the family home. INTERVIEWS PAUL WALKER (Brief Article)(Interview) June, 2000 TONY PASTOLIANO: OK, let's talk about Paul Walker. So an executive comes up to you and says, "I want to make a movie with you; here's $25 million dollars--pick your writer; pick your director; and pick four actors. Who would they be? PAUL WALKER: I love the Coen brothers. They do some sick and twisted stuff. Raising Arizona [1987] is one of my all-time favorite movies. I would also give them first crack at writing. As far as actors, I think a winning combination would be you, of course, Giovanni Ribisi, and Erik MacArthur. We could do something awesome. TP: I'm actually driving to the beach right now. To surf. I've surfed since I was a kid, but you influenced me to continue because you're such a hardcore surfer. If you were offered a beach house, where waves broke all day long and someone would take care of you, would you continue acting? PW: I heard, that Tony Pastoliano is the best surfer along west coast. There's no way I could just surf. Sometime within the last four years, I realized there's more to life than surfing. I never took acting seriously as a profession. But then things fell into place. Now, I really jones for it. And what's disturbing and fun at the same time is that it's a learning process. Basically, everyone sucks. No one's a master. People like De Niro and Pacino are at the top of their game[ldots]but they're always learning, always getting better. No one's a big dog. TP: Oh, I heard you got a little golden retriever puppy. Now I'm sure everyone who reads this interview is going to think it's adorable that you have a puppy. PW: Yeah, yeah. It's actually a Labrador. TP: Anyway, so you think an actor just gets better as he goes along? PW: I think the ones that don't are the ones left by the wayside. TP: I just did Gone in Sixty Seconds with Bobby Duvall, and what was so cool to watch is that he still loves acting so much. PW: You know who else I say that about? Jon Voight. When you and I were working on Varsity Blues, remember how we lived the life of vampires, going to work at 6 RM. and not wrapping until sunup? Well, Jon would go up into the stands, and sign autographs. I couldn't help but think, This has got to be getting to him, too: We're into our third week of night shoots, and my energy level is really, really low. It is miserable. I'm getting pasty white. So, I walk up to him and say, "Hey Jon, how are you doing?" He says, "Oh, I'm doing pretty good, Paul, how are you doing?" "Well," I say, "these nights, man, they're just really wearing on me." And he looks at me, and he goes, "For me, it's all great. My days become my nights and my nights become my days, but the bottom line is, I love what I do." TP: Right. PW: I love you TONY like own brother And I felt like the biggest idiot. I wished I could have taken my words back. But it was a lesson. If I'm around for half as long as he is, I hope to God that I still have that outlook.

Full Name - Paul William Walker IV Date of Birth - September 12, 1973 Sign - Virgo Place of Birth - Glendale, California Raised In - Huntington Beach, California Height - 6'3" or somewhere around there Graduated From - Village Christian High School in Sun Valley, California, class of 1991 Nickname - The Vagrant or Pretty Boy Commercials - Pampers (awww) Status - Single Famous Friends - Scott Caan & Erik Macarthur Wants To Work With - Paul Newman and Harrison Ford Pets - A Chesapeake Bay retriever named Kimber and recently adopted a puppy Cars - E55 Mercedes (AMG model), 911 Carrera, '67 Chevy Belair Post, and a Suburban. He used to have a Nissan Skyliner 34 V Spec imported from Japan Music Favorites - The Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews Band, Pete Yorn, Nirvana, U2, Sting, and Janis Joplin If Not Acting - a Marine Biologist Secret Hobby - Ceramics Family... Grandfather - William Walker aka "Irish" Billy Walker, was a pro boxer Father - Paul Walker III , 57, a recently retired sewer contractor in Sunland, California Mother - Was a model Brother - Caleb Walker born in 1977 Brother - Cody Walker Sister - Ashlie Walker Daughter - Meadow Walker born in 1999 Facts... - Paul's dad played as the coach in The Skulls. - Shattered his elbow snowboaring when he was 19. He needed reconstructive surgery and 9 months of physical therepy. - He shares his beach house with 4 roommates: Alvin, Jason, Lucus, and Brian. Favorite... Actor - Tom Hanks, Jeff Daniels TV - The Discovery Channel & Animal Planet Movie - Star Wars and Last of the Mohicans Sports - Surfing, skiing, snow boarding, soccer, and many more. Things To Do On A Date - Bowling or Miniature Golfing Quotes... " If I wasn't here, I'd probably be living in Central America or something. I love it down there. Or Fiji - it's so awesome. I like being by the ocean, tropical, warm weather. "

Actor - filmography
(In Production) (2000s) (1990s) (1980s)

Last Apostle, The (2004) (announced)
Into the Blue (2004) (filming)
Timeline (2003) .... Chris Hughes
2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) .... Brian O'Conner
Life Makes Sense If You're Famous (2002) .... Mikey
Joy Ride (2001) .... Lewis Thomas
... aka Roadkill (2002/II) (Australia) (UK)
Fast and the Furious, The (2001) .... Brian O'Conner
Skulls, The (2000) .... Caleb Mandrake
... aka Clan des Skulls, Le (2000) (Canada: French title)

Brokedown Palace (1999) (uncredited) .... Jason
She's All That (1999) .... Dean Sampson
Varsity Blues (1999) .... Lance Harbour
Pleasantville (1998) .... Skip Martin
Meet the Deedles (1998) .... Phil Deedle
... aka Deedles, The (1998)
Tammy and the T-Rex (1994) .... Michael
... aka Teenage T-Rex (1994)
"Young and the Restless, The" (1973) TV Series .... Brandon Collins (1993)
... aka "Y&R" (1973) (USA: promotional abbreviation)

Programmed to Kill (1987) .... Jason
... aka Retaliator, The (1987)
"Throb" (1986) TV Series .... Jeremy Beatty (1986-1987)
Monster in the Closet (1986) .... 'Professor' Bennett

Himself - filmography

2003 MTV Movie Awards (2003) (TV) .... Himself
2002 MTV Movie Awards (2002) (TV) .... Presenter
Young Hollywood Awards (2001) (TV) .... Himself

Notable TV Guest Appearances

"Touched by an Angel" (1994) playing "Jonathan" in episode: "Statute of Limitations" (episode # 2.24) 18 May 1996
"Who's the Boss?" (1984) playing "Michael Haynes" in episode: "You Can Go Home Again" (episode # 7.15) 22 January 1991
"Charles in Charge" (1984) playing "Russell Davis" in episode: "Dead Puck Society" (episode # 5.19) 1990
"Highway to Heaven" (1984) playing "Todd Bryant" in episode: "A Special Love: Part 2" (episode # 3.2) 1 October 1986
"Highway to Heaven" (1984) playing "Todd Bryant" in episode: "A Special Love: Part 1" (episode # 3.1) 24 September 1986
"Highway to Heaven" (1984) playing "Eric Travers" in episode: "Birds of a Feather" (episode # 2.6) 6 November 1985

Awards and Nominations
1988 - Nominated for Young Artist Award Best Young Actor, guest starring in a Television Drama for " Highway to Heaven "
1993 - Nominated for Young Artist Award Best Young Actor in a Daytime Series for " The Young and the Restless "
1994 - Nominated for Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Male Newcomer for " The Young and the Restless "
1994 - Nominated for Young Artist Award Best Young Actor in a Soap Opera for " The Young and the Restless "
2000 - Nominated for Teen Choice Awards choice male hottie
2000 - Won Young Hollywood Award Exciting New Face - Male
2001 - Won Young Hollywood Award Best New Style Maker
2001 - Male Breakthrough Performence at The 5th Annual Hollywood Film Festival Gala Awards
2002 - Nominated for Breakthrough Male at the MTV Movie Awards
2002 - Won Best On-Screen Team along with Vin Diesel at the MTV Movie Awards