Paul Walker passed away when he was just 40. His death came as a blow which shocked Hollywood. Tribute messages for the fallen hero started to pour in as soon as the news was made public. Walker's "Fast & Furious" co-star Jordana Brewster was one of those who had paid tribute to him.
Brewster was shocked to learn that her on-screen romantic interest passed away after a brand new Porsche Carrera GT he was riding collided into a pole in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Read Jordana Brewster's official statement on Paul Walker's tragic death via Entertainment Weekly:
"Paul was an enormous presence in my life for the past fourteen years. While many would be satisfied with material success it made Paul more convinced of the need to help others. He never spoke of his immense generosity or philanthropic endeavors unless I prodded, however. This is what made Paul, Paul."
"He lived with integrity, humanity and humility and seemed most happy when talking about his daughter, Meadow," said Brewster.
"I don't know anyone who lived each moment more fully and loved life more than Paul; making his loss all the more heartbreaking."
On Sunday, the stunned 30-year-old actress tweeted, "Paul was pure light. I cannot believe he is gone."
Brewster worked with Walker in the "Fast & Furious" series as his romantic interest Mia Toretto. She was in the middle of shooting the upcoming "Fast & Furious 7."
Walker's co-stars have been shattered to learn the news about his death in a car accident. Reportedly, they are "too distraught" to come back to work on the set of "Fast & Furious 7" this week.
A source told TMZ, "No one wants to even think about the movie. Period."
Other sources told TMZ that Walker was slated to film important scenes for the film this week in Atlanta.
Ludacris expressed his sadness via Facebook.
"Your humble spirit was felt from the start, wherever you blessed your presence you always left a mark. We were like brothers & our birthdays are only 1 day apart, now You will forever hold a place in all of our hearts @paulwalker legacy will live on forever. R.I.P."
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