With an undeniable screen presence and talent that has
enabled him to work on several of the most successful films of the last two
years, PAUL WALKER (Chris) has made the leap to
leading man status.
Most recently seen starring in "2 Fast 2 Furious,"
the successful sequel to "The Fast and the Furious," Walker reprised
his role as Brian O'Conner, a cop stripped of his badge, who infiltrates the
Miami street-racing circuit in an effort to redeem himself.
Next, Walker will star in "Into the Blue" for
director John Stockwell. The action-thriller-drama centers on a treasure-hunting
couple who uncover a plane wreckage containing illegal cargo and become
entangled with a drug lord.
Starring in box-office sensation "The Fast and The
Furious" in 2001 reunited Walker with director Rob Cohen; the film
co-starred Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Rick Yune. Also that year, Walker
co-starred with Steve Zahn and Leelee Sobieski in the critically praised
thriller "Joy Ride," directed by John Dahl.
Walker also co-starred in the box-office hits, "The
Skulls" (directed by Rob Cohen), about a Harvard secret elitist society,
and "Varsity Blues," the football dramedy. He was also seen in the
critically acclaimed film "Pleasantville" with Tobey Maguire and Reese
Walker's other films include "She's All That," opposite Freddy Prinze Jr. and
Rachael Leigh Cook, and "Brokedown Palace" with Claire Danes and Kate
When not on location, Walker resides in Los Angeles.
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