Though Paul is gone, he is not forgotten - as evidenced by his daughter Meadow Walker's touching throwback tribute that not only honors what would've been her dad's 44th birthday, but also aims to inspire us to live a selfless life.
'When Paul came into audition, I didn't have cast approval, but I had what they called consultation. "I knew Paul was the right guy, and when he finished the audition, I asked if I could excuse myself to go to the bathroom", Freddie shared with Us Weekly. After Walker auditioned for his role in the movie, Prinze Jr. said he went out to Walker's auto to tell him he was going to get the job. (I said), 'They're gonna offer you $25,000, they have $75 in the budget. At the time of his death, he was filming Fast and the Furious 7.
"I heard, years later, after he passed away, that he had told his brother and his mom that story". I wanted to start this foundation because I want to share that piece of him with the world. I don't like talking about him, probably because I get choked up. "I loved that there was still that connection there", he said.
"In honor of my dad's birthday today, we're challenging you to DO GOOD!" "As an actor, you don't want guys to suffer if they don't have to".
Meadow Walker captioned the photo on Instagram. "Right? You're like, 'Dude - you got the part!' He was a good dude".
To observe the anniversary Paul's Uncle Rhett and friend visited his Los Angeles memorial and each left a unique gift: a pack of Red Vines candy. "I remember it all!"
His tribute to Paul - who died almost 4 years ago - also had this note: "Ask your self?"