Before making it big with The Fast and the Furious franchise, Paul Walker was absolutely adorable in earlier and smaller television roles on programs such as Charles in Charge and Who's the Boss?
Even in these little parts, it's clear that as an actor Paul was a boss in charge.
Join us in remembering the late actor by ch-ch-checking out a few of his Paul's earlier television roles…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
We still have trouble believing that Paul Walker is really gone.
If you somehow haven't heard the awful news, Paul passed away after a gruesome car wreck.
Paul was taken from this world far too early. The world could've used another person like him.
He loved his fans, family and charitable organizations but our favorite part was his love for animals!!
Paul regularly shared pictures online of cute animals, whether it was reminiscing about a dog-centric movie he filmed (Eight Below), fostering a cute new puppy, hanging out with fellow nature lover Jean-Michel Cousteau (son of the famed Jaque Cousteau) or just posting random pics of tiny amphibians, he always had something beautiful to share.
He was a wonderful man, with a lot of love to give and the fact that he loved animals only went to show how caring and compassionate he was.
Paul will truly be missed!
Check out some pics (below) of the cute snaps he used to share.
[Image via Paul Walker.]
This headline might make it seem like Tom Brady is some evil person, with the power of pink slips.
Just take a picture of him and you're fired!!
That's not actually the case though.
Joel Williams, a security guard at Reliant Stadium in Houston was fired after taking a picture with Patriots QB Tom Brady.
Joel saw Tom walking past him in a hallway after the game and just struck up a quick conversation.
Gone but certainly not forgotten.
There hasn’t been a bad word uttered by anyone who has ever worked with Paul Walker since his untimely death on Saturday. His Fast & Furious 6 co-star Luke Evans is the latest actor to publicly remember Paul as being someone special.
While walking into the premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug last night, Luke stopped to speak about losing his friend and gave an example of what made Paul such a stand out guy. He explained:
We must have bought several vowels, because we just sighed "oooooooh no" after watching Wheel of
Wheel of Fortune aired an episode last night in which an answer to one of the puzzles was The Fast and the Furious, just days after the death of Paul Walker.
There are not enough facepalms in the world for us to do right now.
In the show's defense, the episode was taped a couple of weeks ago, which producers addressed in a scrawl they wrote at the top of the screen when it aired:
Vin Diesel had a few words for those mourning Paul Walker on Monday night.
Thousands of fans had been gathering at the crash site since Saturday to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star
Police asked the crowd to leave so that Paul and Roger Rodas' family and friends could have a few moments in private at the site.
Universal, the studio that produces the Fast & Furious films reportedly obtained the permit to close off the area, though they have not disclosed what, or even if, they were filming.
The fans politely dispersed but were allowed to return once the memorial was over, at which time Vin took a moment to use a police car's loudspeaker to thank the crowd for their understanding and love.
See the video of his heartfelt words …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Michelle Rodriguez is finally speaking out after the unexpected death of her Fast and the Furious costar Paul Walker.
The 35-year-old actress used Twitter to share her feelings directly to fans, with words straight from the heart: