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Paul Walker’s daughter has Greek blood

02 December 2013 / 14:12:04  GRReporter
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The fatal car crash that killed Paul Walker, the favourite of millions of fans of cinema and high speeds, has become a major topic in the media and on the social networks. His fans posted photos and comments about the actor who is best known for his roles in "The Fast and the Furious".

The accident took place on 30 November when Paul and his friend Roger Rodas, owner of a tuning studio, were on their way back from a charity event. Roger was driving a red Porsche Carrera GT car and Paul Walker was sitting on the seat beside him. The car went off the road, hit a tree and both died on the spot. The website posting news about the life of Hollywood celebrities, splashnewsonline.com, has published a unique video in which Paul Walker’s fans can see him half an hour before the tragic accident.

A not very well known fact about the actor is that he was a great admirer of Greece. His love for the country was due to something very personal, namely his relationship with the mother of his daughter, Rebecca McBrain, who is half Greek and half Swedish.

In an interview with the Greek edition of MTV Paul tells how his daughter Meadow Rain Walker is a quarter Greek. According to the actor, the family name of her mother Rebecca was the Greek Sotiropoulos.

The actors’ daughter Meadow Walker posted on Twitter a photo with her father and wrote,

Paul Walker said that he had visited Greece many years ago and then had arrived in Athens for the Summer Olympics in 2004.

In addition to cars, he had a great passion for diving and marine biology. "The Greek islands are my kind of place to relax. Diving there is incredible," he said in the same interview.

 

Tags: PeoplePaul WalkerDaughterMeadow WalkerSotiropoulosGreece
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