- 1 Who is Meadow Rain Walker?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Meadow Rain Walker Net Worth and Assets
- 3 Early Life
- 4 Paul Walker Death
- 5 Her Life after Accident
- 6 Charity Work and Social Media
- 7 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 8 Personal Life
- 9 Paul Walker Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Meadow Rain Walker?
Meadow Rain Walker was born on 4 November 1998 under the sign of Scorpio in Northern California, California USA. She is a 21-year-old celebrity child, probably best recognized for being the only child and daughter of the late Paul Walker, a famous Hollywood actor, and his ex-girlfriend Rebecca Soteros.
How rich is she, as of now? Meadow Rain Walker Net Worth and Assets
Meadow Rain Walker’s specific net worth is unknown, however, her father was one of the most famous box office stars, and had a net worth of $25 million at the time of his death. According to his will, she inherited all of his fortune, which Paul had acquired through his successful career in the film industry. Her net worth also includes a house in which she currently resides, among other assets.
Meadow Rain Walker was born to Paul Walker and his ex-girlfriend Rebecca Soteros – her godfather is singer Vin Diesel. Her nationality is American, and she belongs to White Caucasian ethnicity. Her parents attended the same high school, and started dating in their 20s. However, Paul didn’t want to marry Rebecca, so she started drinking and took their daughter away to live with her in Hawaii. So, Meadow spent her early years there, where she attended a local school. As a teenager, Meadow started spending most of her summer holidays with her father, visiting him on the sets of the films. In 2012, she eventually moved in with Paul in his residence located in Santa Barbara, California, and there continued her education.
Paul Walker Death
Paul Walker passed away when he was killed in a car accident alongside his friend Roger Rodas.
They were on their way to appear at a charity event, with Rodas driving Walker’s 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. Rodas was a former race car driver and co-owner of Always Evolving, an automotive company. Unfortunately, he lost control and struck a tree, on 30 November 2013 in Santa Clarita, California. Meadow had also been invited to attend the event, but luckily she declined.
Her Life after Accident
Following the accident and death of her father, Meadow was left on her own, since her mother had problems with alcohol. Although her father made her grandmother Cheryl Walker the legal guardian of Meadow, and Cheryl even filed for that, it was rejected by court, so she had to live with her mother Rebecca Soteros. In 2015, she sued Porsche for not installing enough safety features in the car in which her father died. The lawsuit was settled out of court in 2017; however, the terms haven’t been revealed to the media.
Charity Work and Social Media
In honor of her father, Meadow established the charitable organization ‘Paul Walker Foundation’, launched with the help of her godfather Vin Diesel in 2015. Moreover, she became a social media sensation, running her official Instagram account under the username ‘meadowwalker’, on which she has amassed over two million followers. She is also active on her official Twitter account under the same username.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Meadow has long dark brown hair and hazel blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 3ins (1.60m), while she weighs around 105lbs (48kgs). Her body type is slim, with vital statistics of 30-24-33. Her bra size is 30A, and shoe size is 6 (US).
Meadow Rain Walker is currently single, and apparently completely focused on her education and charity work. She still lives at her father’s residence. One of her closest friends is singer Justin Bieber. Following the death of her father, Meadow has remained close to his friends and cast members of “The Fast Saga”. Her favorite TV show is “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”.
Paul Walker Short Wiki/Bio
Paul William Walker IV was born on 12 September 1973 under the sign of Virgo in Glendale, California USA. He was raised in the Sunland community of Los Angeles, the eldest of five children born to Paul William Walker III, who was a professional boxer and two-time Golden Gloves champion, and his wife, Cheryl Crabtree Walker, a fashion model – his grandfather was a Pearl Harbor survivor.
His siblings are named Amie, Ashlie, Cody, and Caleb. Paul went to high school located in the San Fernando Valley, and then matriculated from Village Christian School in 1991. He was a student at several community colleges in Southern California, majoring in Marine Biology.
Paul made his debut television appearance as a toddler in a commercial for Pampers. Under the influence of his mother, Paul started his modeling career as a two-year-old boy, while his professional acting career started in 1984, guest-starring in the episode “Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story” of the anthology series “CBS Schoolbreak Special”. It was followed by his guest-starring as Todd Bryant / Eric Travers in several episodes of the NBC fantasy drama series “Highway To Heaven” (1985-1986).
In 1986, Paul made his debut film appearance in the role of ‘Professor’ Bennett in the horror comedy “Monster In The Closet”, directed by Bob Dahlin. Afterwards, he was cast as Jeremy Beatty in the sitcom “Throb” (1986-1987), aired on Syndication, which was followed by his portrayal of Jason in the 1987 sci-fi action “Programmed To Kill”, alongside Robert Ginty.
Rise to Fame
Paul featured as Brandon Collins in the CBS soap opera “The Young And The Restless” (1992-1993), starring alongside Heather Tom – they were nominated for a Youth in Film Award in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress in a Soap Opera. He then guest-starred in such TV series as “CBS Schoolbreak Special”, “The Boys Are Back”, and “Touched By An Angel”, and portrayed Michael in the 1994 sci-fi comedy “Tammy And The T-Rex”.
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Paul eventually gained fame with the role of Phil Deedle in the comedy “Meet The Deedles”, followed by his portrayal of Skip in Gary Ross’ comedy-drama “Pleasantville”, both in 1998. By the end of the decade, he also starred as Lance Harbor in the coming-of-age sports comedy-drama “Varsity Blues” (1999), played Dean Sampson in the teen romantic comedy “She’s All That” (1999), and featured as Caleb Mandrake in the thriller “The Skulls” (2000).
Box Office Film Star and “The Fast Saga”
Paul Walker gained international fame in 2001, when he featured as Brian O’Conner opposite Vin Diesel in the heist action film “The Fast And The Furious”, which is the first installment of “The Fast Saga” franchise. The film was a box office success, since it grossed over $200 million worldwide, and Paul would later reprise the role in the sequels “2 Fast 2 Furious” in 2003, “Fast & Furious” in 2009, “Fast Five” in 2011, and “Fast & Furious 6” in 2013.
Paul continued to work on other projects too. He landed the role of Lewis in the 2001 road horror thriller “Joy Ride”, played Chris Johnston in the 2003 sci-fi adventure film “Timeline” next to Frances O’Connor and Gerard Butler, and featured as Jared in the action-thriller film “Into The Blue”, directed by John Stockwell. In 2006, he played Joey Gazelle in the action thriller “Running Scared”, followed by his portrayal of Jerry Shepard in Walt Disney Pictures’ survival drama “Eight Below”, a box office success which was critically acclaimed as well. During the same year, Paul starred in the role of Hank Hansen in Clint Eastwood’s war drama “Flags Of Our Father”.
By the end of the 2000s, he also appeared Tim Kearney in the 2007 action film “Bobby Z”, portrayed Ben Garvey in the 2008 independent drama/thriller film “The Lazarus Project”, directed and written by John Patrick Glenn, and starred as John Rahway in the 2010 action thriller “Takers”.
Last Appearance and Completed Film Titles
In 2013, Paul made his last appearance in the role of Raw Dog in the crime comedy film “Pawn Shop Chronicles”, directed by Wayne Kramer, and before his death, completed the thriller “Hours” released in 2013, and the action film “Brick Mansions” released in 2014. At the time of his death, Paul had been filming the seventh installment of “The Fast Saga”, entitled “Furious 7”. The film was completed with the help of his brothers Cody and Caleb Walker, who appeared in the role of Brian O’Connor, and released in 2015.