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Actor Paul Walker, best known for his roles in the "Fast and the Furious" action movies, died on Saturday in a car crash in Southern California, his publicist said.
Walker, 40, who was in five of the six films about illegal street racing and heists, was a passenger in a friend's car and was attending a charity event, according to a message linked to his Twitter account.
"Sadly, I must confirm that Paul did pass away this afternoon in a car accident," Ame Van Iden, Walker's publicist, said in an email.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a statement that two people were killed in a car accident in Valencia, a community in the city of Santa Clarita, at about 3:30 p.m. (6:30 p.m. ET).
Deputies arriving at the scene found the vehicle engulfed in flames. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene, the statement said. The office did not provide the identities of the dead, and said the cause was under investigation.
In the "Fast and Furious" pictures, the blond-haired, blue-eyed actor played Brian O'Conner, a law enforcement official.
The first movie in the series, which stars Vin Diesel, was released in 2001, and a seventh was in development at the time of his death, Universal, the studio behind the franchise, said in a statement. The most recent film, released in May, was one of this year's biggest box office hits.
"Brother I will miss you very much," Diesel said in a post on Instagram, adding "I am absolutely speechless. Heaven has gained a new Angel. Rest in Peace."
Walker also made guest appearances on television shows, including "Charles in Charge" and "Who's the Boss?" and had a role in the soap opera, "The Young and the Restless."
Other film appearances include "Timeline," "Into the Blue," "The Lazarus Project" and "Hours," which is slated for release in December.
Miley Cyrus' AMA performance gets mocked by Carrie
Underwood on Late Night show with Jimmy Fallon.
It was bound to happen! Miley’s cat-tastic performance at the American Music Awards was finally lampooned on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ when the country singer turned “Wrecking Ball” into a Thanksgiving-themed song.
We loved Miley Cyrus‘ performance at the AMAs on Nov. 24 — which featured her in a skimpy leotard simply singing “Wrecking Ball” while an animated cat mouthed the words behind her — but we can’t say we’re surprised it’s getting made fun of. Country singer Carrie Underwood did the honors in a hilarious performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Nov. 28.
The spoof started with Jimmy Fallon and actress Rashida Jones singing other Thanksgiving-themed songs. They rocked out about getting turkey in a parody of Daft Punk‘s “Get Lucky,” and they even sang a song about Hanukkah to the music of Lorde‘s “Royals” (we’re sure she’ll have an opinion about that).
But the highlight definitely came when Carrie made a surprise appearance in front of, yep, an animated singing cat! As she bellowed out, “You made me cook a butterball/And then a green bean casserole,” the cat sang along with a pilgrim hat on in a perfect imitation of Miley at the AMAs.
It was definitely all in good fun, though Carrie really could have taken it to the next level by donning Miley’s signature, crotch-baring onesie.
And actually, HollywoodLife reported exclusively that Miley’s performance in itself was a bit of a diss. The producers of the AMAs warned performers to avoid being racy, and the “We Can’t Stop” singer cleverly lashed out at their Puritan request.
It would be interesting to hear what Miley thinks of Carrie’s Late Night spoof.