Again, the sad day has arrived for the Hollywood community as on 30th November 2013 they lost a precious gem, Paul Walker in a car accident.
Paul Walker was well-known for playing the role of Brian O’Conner in the Fast and Furious franchise. Regrettably, the American actor was found dead in a car accident on Hercules Street in Santa Clarita.
Let us go through the net worth he made before leaving us all.
Paul Walker had a Net Worth of $25 Million
According to sources, Paul Walker at the time of his death had a net worth of $25 million. He earned $1 million from the first two parts of ‘Fast and Furious’. His salary was increased to $15 million in the 5th and 6th part and cumulative earned a total salary of $54 million from the Fast and Furious franchise.
Meadow Walker shares a photo of her with his dad
The unimaginable incident that happened with Paul Walker has completed 7 years. Meadow Walker, the daughter of Paul Walker shared a photo on her Instagram in which she is taking a nap on her father’s lap showing tribute to her late father. She stated in the caption:
“A silly day to remember in sadness. Today’s a celebration of the love and happiness you brought to the world, “Here’s a photo of my best bud & I napping.”
Paul Walker would have turned 47 years old last September. Her daughter made it remarkable by sharing a sweet photo with his popular father. She mentioned in the caption: “The moment I realized we are twins. Happy birthday to the most beautiful soul,”
Meadow and Paul both have attractive blue eyes that show’s that they are related to each other.
How Paul Walker died
According to sources, the fiery crash took place on 30th November in the year 2013. The time was around 3:30 pm PST, Paul and Rodger Rodas were going to a charity event for Reach Out Worldwide to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). Walker’s friend Rodas was driving his Porsche Carrera GT 2005 and Paul was in the passenger seat. At a speed of 45mph on Hercules Street in Santa Clarita, California the car crashed into a concrete lamp post, and two trees, eventually catching fire to the vehicle. Rodas died of Polytrauma and Walker died of merged effects of trauma and fire burns. Their bodies were burnt, beyond imagination.
After investing the incident, it was reported that no alcohol or drugs were found in the man’s body nor mechanical failure and neither road conditions seemed to play a role. It was concluded that the age of tiers and speed between 80mph and 93mph were the foremost cause for the crash.