Paul Walker Wealth

What was Paul Walker’s Net Worth at Death (2013)?

Paul Walker Net Worth:
$25 Million

Paul Walker Wealth

Paul Walker – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $25 Million
Date of birth: September 12, 1973 – November 30, 2013 (40 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Movie Actor
Nationality: American

Actor who won the 2001 Hollywood Breakthrough Award for New Male Stylemaker for his performance as Brian O’Conner in The Fast and the Furious. He reprised his role in six Fast and the Furious sequels and also played prominent roles in the films Varsity Blues, Pleasantville and The Lazarus Project. He tragically died in a car crash in November 2013 in Santa Clarita, California.

He began modeling and working as a child actor at age two, appearing in commercials for Pampers and Showbiz Pizza. In 1985, he earned minor roles in shows such as Touched by an Angel and Highway to Heaven.

He earned a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and his grandfather was a professional boxer.


Prior to his big breakthrough, Walker worked steadily as a model. His first movie role came in 1986 when he was cast in the horror-comedy film Monster in Your Closet. In 1987, Walker landed another gig in a low budget cyborg action film, The Retaliator. Walker landed a short-lived but leading role of Brandon Collins on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. He starred opposite Heather Tom and the pair were nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress at the Youth in Film Awards.

Paul Walker Wealth
When Paul Walker died, the year of 2013, he had quite the decent net worth.

Personal Life

His mother, Cheryl Walker, was a former fashion model, and his father was a sewing contractor. He was raised alongside four siblings, Cody, Caleb, Ashlie and Amie. He had a daughter named Meadow with his girlfriend Rebecca Soteros, and he also dated Jasmine Gosnell.

He won an MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Team with Vin Diesel for The Fast and the Furious.


“What I’ve found recently is the heart, the soul, whatever you want to call it, it doesn’t differentiate: If you really live the experience making a movie, it’s the same as living it in real life, as crazy as it sounds.”

— Paul Walker

“There’s a lot of guys that just get comfortable with their positions and rest on their laurels. I had to earn my way.”

— Paul Walker

“In college, my friends called me Mr. James Bond 007 because I entertained everything: blonds, brunettes, redheads. I’m across the board.”

— Paul Walker

“I’m not the kind of guy who’s taking advantage of my position.”

— Paul Walker

“You know, I’m a pretty mellow guy. I’m pretty easy-going. I see everyone’s perspective.”

— Paul Walker