Paul Walker's Daughter Meadow Being 'Pursued By Every Studio In Town,' But The 22-Year-Old 'Doesn’t Want To Rush Into Anything'

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Hollywood is clamoring to get Meadow Walker, daughter of the late Paul Walker, onto the big screen — but she’s not ready for the spotlight just yet, a source tells OK!.

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The 22-year-old “is being pursued by practically every studio in town and some TV networks as well,” dishes an insider. “She’s flattered, but she doesn’t want to rush into anything.”

Meadow was 15 years old when the Fast & Furious star died at the age of 40 in a car crash in 2013.

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As OK! previously reported, following Walker's tragic death, his daughter sued Porshe and expressed her concern that her father could have survived if his seatbelt was not defective, trapping him inside. At the time, Meadow alleged that the seatbelt “snapped Walker’s torso back with thousands of pounds of force, thereby breaking his ribs and pelvis.”

Meadow Walker

According to documents obtained by The Blast at the time, Meadow settled her case with Porsche in October 2017. The terms of the settlement were confidential, and both parties requested that the wrongful death lawsuit be dismissed.

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A year earlier, Meadow also collected a $10.1 million settlement from the estate of the driver of the car, Roger, who also died in the accident.

Since then, Walker has dabbled in modeling while also running the Paul Walker Foundation, a nonprofit she founded in his honor that provides scholarships and grants to support marine science, one of the late actor’s passions.

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“People are falling all over Meadow to get her [to] sign with them because she’s got the looks to go far in Hollywood,” the source shares. “But Paul always told her how important it is to support good causes and help others, and she’s taking his advice to heart.”

“That’s not to say an acting career won’t happen," adds the source, "but probably not anytime soon.”


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