In the wake of the devastating news of Paul Walker's death in a car crash at age 40, ET flashes back to our final interview with the Fast & Furious actor.
Our last meet-up with Walker came over the pond on the banks of the River Thames in London in May as he and the Fast & Furious 6 cast did press for the film.
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"I grew up hunting and fishing; I've always been into archery; I've always been into cars. ... In my family, that was just stuff we did. That's just the way it was," Walker says when asked about his affection for car racing.
Calling his role as Brian O'Conner in the Fast & Furious series a "dream job," Walker goes on to talk about his speed-demon driving habits, which included nearly reaching 200 miles per hour and accumulating many traffic tickets in the process.
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However, Walker said racing was only one facet of his life. While revealing his passion for ranching, the California native shares his life philosophy.
"The dream is to have it all," he says. "Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too? Live this life, that life, this life, you know? You only live one time—I want to get it all in."