He came back to save the dogs he left behind

A Tribute: Paul Walker’s Filipino Heart

The late Paul Walker may be remembered as a protagonist in the franchise movie, “Fast and The Furious”, which began in 2000. Back then, it looked like a B-movie but after the second offing, “2 Fast 2 Furious”, it looks like there won’t be any ending at all especially when you added Vin Diesel into the mix.

Rice rocket (term for Asian Cars) fans would definitely miss the 40-year-old star but did you know he starred in the following notable shows and movies back in Hollywood? Here’s quite a few

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To me, this just goes to show that Paul Walker is a career actor who started out as a child performer who played bit roles and never billed in one like Brokedown Palace  and She’s All That. He eventually made it on his own with movies like The Fast and The Furious movie sequels that gave him more recognition than he deserves, Into The Blue, and Eight Below — all made in the 21st Century. To Filipinos, Walker is a hero. He made an indelible mark by getting the rest of his co-stars and send a message of hope and that he can still show much heart to the suffering despite his busy shooting schedules. His car-crazed fans back in the Los Angeles partnered with him to come up with a car show that will raise funds for the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan and help my Kababayans get back up and build their lives again by building them homes and livelihood in the process.

Here’s a video he taped with the Fast and The Furious 7 cast appealing for help to support efforts in rebuilding damaged towns and coastal areas of Visayas and help the survivors.

Mabuhay ka Paul Walker and Maraming, maraming salamat sa iyo.

Photos: ign.com, ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com, therichest.com, joblo.com, neversawsuchawoman.blogspot.com, superiorpics.com, desdehollywood.com, jobspapa.com, abs-cbnnews.com, philstar.com,

Sources: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0908094/awards?ref_=nm_awd
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