|Fact||Fan of E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007).|
Who is Rebecca Soteros?
Rebecca Soteros is an American school teacher but is best known to the world for having a former fling with the late actor Paul Walker. Although they only dated for a short time, the couple welcomed a daughter, Meadow Rain Walker. Rebecca was devastated by the actor’s untimely passing and now helps Meadow run charities, left behind by her late father.
Rebecca Soteros Bio- Age, Childhood, Education and Career
Rebecca Soteros was born in 1974 in Hawaii, USA; she is the daughter of Marl Soteros and his wife Julie Ann.
She has not spoken much about her childhood, about siblings and education. She attended a university, but did not disclose which one, and would later pursue a master’s degree. However, she started working as a school teacher and gave up her studies.
Relationship to Paul Walker, daughter
Paul and Rebecca met in 1998 and soon began a romantic relationship; a chance meeting turned into a passionate affair, which gave birth to their daughter, Meadow Rain Walker – her godfather is Bruce Willis. The couple only dated briefly, as Rebecca wanted to get married, but Paul wasn’t ready.
As a result, the two separated in 1999 and Rebecca went to Hawaii, raising her daughter as a single mother, where she lived for the next 13 years before Meadow returned to California to live with her father. Rebecca was having problems with alcohol addiction at the time and Paul was seeking custody of their daughter. After a rehabilitation program, Rebecca came to her senses and moved to California to be closer to her daughter. Paul died in a tragic car accident in 2013 and Rebecca and Meadow have been running Paul’s humanitarian organization ever since.
Although Rebecca has not pursued a serious career, she has still earned a decent net worth, and according to sources, her net worth is estimated to be over $500,000 as of the beginning of 2020.
Meadow Rain Walker’s father, Paul Walker
Paul William Walker IV was born on September 12, 1973 in Glendale, California, USA; he was the son of Paul William Walker III and his wife, Cheryl (née Crabtree), who was a fashion model. His father was a retired boxer, two-time Golden Gloves champion.
Paul, of English, German, Swiss, and Irish descent, was the oldest of five children, all raised in a Mormon household. He graduated from Village Christian School in 1991 and then moved from one community college to another in Southern California, eventually studying marine biology.
Paul was involved in show business from a young age, appearing in advertisements and commercials, before making his acting debut in 1985 in the TV series “Highway to Heaven”.
He had a few other small roles in the ’80s, while Paul appeared in several movies in the ’90s, including “Meet the Deedles” (1998), then the Academy Award-nominated comedy fantasy drama film “Pleasantville” ( 1998), and co-starred in the romantic comedy film “She’s All That” in 1999.
Rise to stardom
With the beginning of the new millennium, Paul’s career took a positive turn, and with the role of Brian O’Conner in the movie “The Fast and the Furious” in 2001, he cemented his name as an actor.
He appeared in seven installments of the popular franchise, the last of which was “Fast and Furious 7”; he died before the film was finished, but with the help of his brothers and CGI, all the work was successfully completed.
In addition to the highly popular franchise, Paul starred in several other films, including the action drama film “Running Scared” (2006), then the Academy Award-nominated “The Flags of Our Fathers” (2006), and the thriller drama film “Hours” (2013).
Paul had no steady relationships, but was more interested in one-off affairs.
He lived in Santa Barbara and was deeply involved in the community and charity in general. He founded his own humanitarian organization, Reach Out Worldwide. As a car enthusiast, Paul owned about 30 cars, including a Ferrari Testarossa, Ferrari 400i, Ford Mustang Cobra R, numerous Porche vehicles and a Volvo P1800. After his death, the majority of these cars were sold at an annual car auction.
An accomplished actor and car enthusiast, Paul had other interests, including marine biology, and spent 11 days with the crew of the show “Expedition Great White”, broadcast on the National Geographic Channel.
Wealth and death
He became a star and his wealth increased greatly in the years leading up to his death. According to sources, Paul Walker’s net worth was estimated at $25 million at the time of his death.
Paul was killed in a car accident while returning from an event hosted by his Reach Out Worldwide organization. A Porsche Carrera GT driven by his business partner Roger Rodas crashed into a concrete lamp post and two trees. The car caught fire and they both died on the spot. A documentary about his life was made “I Am Paul Walker”, released in 2018.
|First and last name||Meadow rain runner|
|Parents||Paul Walker, Rebecca Soteros|
|1||Her father’s girlfriend at the time of his death was Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell.|
|2||Fan of E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007).|
|3||Her paternal grandmother, Cheryl Crabtree Walker, was a model.|
|4||Paternal grandparents Paul Walker III and Cheryl Crabtree Walker are divorced.|
|5||Her family has remained close to her father’s “Fast & Furious” cast members.|
|6||After her father’s death, fake social media accounts were set up with fake messages from Meadow.|
|7||Her mother is an only child while her father had two sisters, Amy Walker and Ashley Walker, and two brothers, Caleb Walker and Cody Walker.|
|8||Was close to her father at the time of his death. She lived with him full-time until his death.|
|9||A fan and friend with Justin Bieber. He invited her to his Los Angeles premiere of “Believe” on December 18, 2013, after her father passed away.|
|10||An only child.|
|11||Wasn’t at the ROWW charity event where her father was killed.|
|12||Her father left his entire estate to her after he died unexpectedly in a car explosion on November 30, 2013.|
|13||She grew up in Ohau, Hawaii for most of her life until the fall of 2012 when she moved to Santa Barbara, California with her father.|
|14||Daughter of the late actor Paul Walker and Rebecca Soteros.|
|15||Spent most of her summer vacations visiting her father on film sets.|