It's been three years since Paul Walker's death, but his memory lives on with his Fast and Furious family.
On Nov. 30, 2013, Walker and his friend, Roger Rodas, were riding in a Porsche Carrera GT when it crashed and exploded in Santa Clarita, California. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene. The actor was 40.
On Wednesday, Walker's Fast and Furious co-stars posted tributes to the late star on social media, with Vin Diesel changing his Facebook background to an image of himself praying alongside a photo of Walker.
Meanwhile, Tyrese Gibson shared a video montage on Instagram of moments he spent with his co-star. "This week is always rough for those of us who really knew him personally. Fourteen years of laughter, hugs and love -- literally one of the nicest people on HUMAN FEET!!!!" Gibson captioned the video. "Nov 30th, we lost an angel! Paul treated everyone with the upmost respect and went out of his way to make everyone feel like they mattered...... I love and I miss you dearly."
The 37-year-old actor also asked for prayers for Walker's family. "We simply ask of you prayer warriors around the world pray for his daughter our niece, Meadow Walker, and his dear brothers, Cody and Caleb, and parents and his besty named Roland and Brandon, who were literally with him every day!!!!!!" he continued. "May God rest your soul we hope we make you proud everyday!!!!! RIH ( rest in heaven )..... P-Dubber!!!!"
Jordana Brewster also remembered Walker -- who played her onscreen love interest in the Fast and Furious film franchise -- by posting a photo of the two of them on Twitter. "I miss you and I love you every single day #paulwalkerforever," she wrote.
In early September, around the time of what would be Walker's 43rd birthday, ET sat down with the actor's brothers, Cody and Caleb, who recalled some of their favorite moments with their older sibling. "We had a lot of fun growing up," Caleb said. "Paul was four years older than me, so he was the big brother, the cool big brother everyone knew. I just wanted to be like him."