More Paul Walker Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Running Scared)With an undeniable screen presence and talent that has enabled him to work on several of the most successful films of the past two years, Paul Walker has made the leap to leading man status.
Walker is currently filming Frank Marshall's Antarctica and can soon be seen in Into The Blue for director John Stockwell. Co-starring Jessica Alba, the film centers on a treasure-hunting couple who uncover a plane wreckage containing illegal cargo and become entangled with a drug-lord.
Walker co-starred in director Richard Donner's adaptation of Michael Crichton's novel Timeline. for Paramount Pictures. He also starred in the box-office hits2 Fast 2 Furious and The Fast and The Furious, infiltrating street racers to bust a hijacking ring.
His other credits include the critically praised thriller Joy Ride and the box-office hits The Skulls, Varsity Blues, Pleasantville, She's All That and Brokedown Palace.
Biography #3 (for 2 Fast 2 Furious)With an undeniable screen presence and talent that has enabled him to work on several of the most successful films of the past two years, Paul Walker has made the leap to leading man status.
Walker completed production on director Richard Donner's adaptation of the Michael Crichton novel Timeline, which is scheduled for Fall 2003 release. This adventure-thriller also stars Frances O'Connor and Ethan Embry as archaeology students who are searching for their missing professor (Billy Connolly).
Walker starred in Universal's The Fast and the Furious, which reunited him with director Rob Cohen and co-starred Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Rick Yune. The Fast and the Furious is an action drama about an undercover police officer (Walker) infiltrating street racers to bust a hijacking ring. Walker also co-starred with Steve Zahn and Leelee Sobieski in the critically praised thriller Joy Ride; the film was directed by John Dahl (Rounders).
Walker also co-starred in the boxoffice hits The Skulls (directed by Rob Cohen), opposite Joshua Jackson, about a Harvard secret elitist society, and the football dramedy Varsity Blues, opposite James Van Der Beek. He was also seen in the critically acclaimed film Pleasantville. This fantasy drama, from writer/director Gary Ross, is about two 1990s teens (Reese Witherspoon and Tobey McGuire) who get trapped in a 1950s Leave It to Beaver-type television show.