Paul Walker shared many moments with a handful of actors and actresses during the Fast and Furious movie franchise.
Several of Walker's costars expressed their condolences following the news of the fatal crash.
"Your humble spirit was felt from the start, wherever you blessed your presence you always left a mark, we were like brothers & our birthdays are only 1 day apart, now You will forever hold a place in all of our hearts @paulwalker legacy will live on forever. R.I.P," the rapper and actor captioned the snapshot.
Gal Gadot, mourned the loss of her Fast and Furious 6 costar by sharing a photo of the smiling pair.
"Lost a dear friend today. So sudden and tragic -@tweeted.was a great man with a big heart and passion. RIP," the Israeli actress
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Jessica Alba, who starred opposite Walker in the action-adventure flick Into The Blue in 2005, expressed her sadness on her Instagram account.
"#RIP#PaulWalker He was such a sweet and grounded guy -my heart goes out to his family #sosad," she captioned a solo photograph of the blue-eyed actor smiling.
"This was a fun day on set with Paul Walker RIP homie. #intotheblue," Tyson Beckford shared on his Instagram account.
"I'm so heart broken right now," Idris Elba, who costarred with Walker in the crime-thriller Takers, said in a statement. "Paul was a mate, a good guy and a great father, we used to talk about our daughters. He will be missed massively by our industry and his fans."
T.I., who also appeared in Takers, tweeted "I'm shocked & saddened to find that the world has lost such a great spirited person. Paul Walker was not only a passionate, talented actor, he was also a sincere man with a genuine personality, that filled a room immediately upon introduction. My family's hearts & prayers is extended to his family, especially his daughter. He will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.#RIPPAULWALKER."
"Paul may have seemed like the quintessential 'handsome movie star', but in reality he was a grounded surfer who never fell prey to the trappings of his celebrity," Rachael Leigh Cook said in a statement. She appeared with Walker in the teen comedy She's All That in 1999.
"We didn't keep in touch and I regret that he will never know what high regard I hold him in. Paul, you will truly be missed."
—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua, Zach Johnson, Athenia Veliz-Dunn and Noelia Murphy-Devaney