One Of Paul Walker's Final Interviews Published
Actor called himself a "people pleaser" during the chat...
One of Paul Walker’s last ever interviews before a tragic accident claimed his life has been released.
“Maybe this is just horrible bad, but I think I’ve had enough successes to where the journey is more important to me now,” explained the actor. “There’s no guarantee, no matter what. We get one run in life. I don’t want to work with douchebags. I wanna work with good people.”
Paul also spoke out about his wilder younger days: “I survived and I came out the other side, and I have more than a handful of legitimate friends now. I think it’s a miracle that I’m still here ‘cause I didn’t even try, and I did everything I could to sabotage this career.”
Having turned 40 in September, the actor was also evaluating his priorities and had recently moved his 15 year-old daughter in to live with him. “We’re all told to stop and smell the roses. It doesn’t matter the game or the arena, we forget, all the time,” he explained. “You get to a place, and it doesn’t matter what you do, but there’s something to be said about doing it yourself and really being present when you do it. Don’t just show up and mail it in.”
“If your heart is always your guide, then you always make the right decision, even if it hurts. Even if it doesn’t turn out well, if you felt the commitment and you felt the devotion, then you’re winning.”