Paul William Walker IV was brought up with his siblings Caleb and Cody, Amie and Ashlie after his birth in Glendale, California. In his childhood Paul showed his interest in sports like surfing and soccer and had an ancestry that belonged to the English and German heritage. This is reflected in various Paul Walker Posters that has images of him playing soccer or carrying a surfing board.
He made his screen debut with Throb (1986) and he carried on with his modeling career till the year 1994 when he was roped in for the film Tammy and the T-Rex (1994). With support from companions and a particular casting agent (who remembered his past screen stints), he chose to attempt his fortunes again with acting soon after completing his college.
Paul Walker featured in the 1998 movie Meet the Deedles, an unconventional, senseless however shockingly funny film that did not garner much appreciation among the movie going crowd and critics. On the other hand, absence of attention was not an issue for him. Pleasantville released in 1998 was the first hit of his career. That same year, Paul and his wife Rebecca was blessed with a baby girl, Meadow Rain Walker.
Hits such as She's All that (1999), Varsity Blues (1999), The Skulls (2000) solidified Walker's proceeded with climb to superstar. He was a young star to feature on Hollywood (Vanity Fair) of April 2000. Like many of the Paul Walker posters, you can even choose the Vanity Fair cover photo. He just smiled to show off his elegance and let the world know that he was not to follow the norms. In the year 2001, the film The Fast and the Furious turned his fortunes because it went to become a huge hit.
He practiced martial arts at home and loved to be around his daughter Meadow Rain. Apart from this his passion for travel made him visit India, Costa Rica, Fiji, Brunei, Borneo, and Sarawak. However, on 30th November 2013, this promising superstar breathed his last when his motor car crashed after he was returning from a charity show for “Reach out Worldwide”. Google+