Paul William Walker IV (born September 12, 1973) is an American actor. He starred in the 2001 movie The Fast and the Furious and the 2003 sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious, directed by John Singleton. Walker's other credits include Pleasantville, Varsity Blues, and Meet the Deedles.
He was born in Glendale, California, and grew up in the San Fernando Valley.
Paul Walker is the highest grossing among Latter-day Saint actors.
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Paul Walker is the highest grossing among Latter-day Saint actors. Some of Renée Adorée’s films:. He was born in Glendale, California, and grew up in the San Fernando Valley. She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1601 Vine Street. Walker's other credits include Pleasantville, Varsity Blues, and Meet the Deedles. She is interred in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, California. He starred in the 2001 movie The Fast and the Furious and the 2003 sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious, directed by John Singleton. Renée Adorée lived only a few years longer, passing away a few days after her 35th birthday on October 5, 1933 in Tujunga, California.
Paul William Walker IV (born September 12, 1973) is an American actor. That year she was diagnosed with tuberculosis and was forced to retire from the film industry. By the end of 1930, she had appeared in forty-five films. She would star opposite Lon Chaney and her former brother-in-law Owen Moore, make three more films with John Gilbert, and star in four films with another leading Hollywood actor, the Latin star, Ramon Novarro. With the advent of sound in film, Renée Adorée was one of the fortunate ones whose voice came over well enough to continue acting.
She is most famous for her role as "Melisande" in the melodramatic romance movie The Big Parade, that became one of MGM's biggest hits of all time and a film historians rank as one of the best films made in the silent film era. Co-starring John Gilbert, The Big Parade is still shown on television today and is available on video. Despite her petite stature, Renée Adorée’s sensuous beauty and penetrating eyes made for a compelling presence on the black and white screen. Adorée married a second time to Sherman Gill. The marriage did not last and in 1925, Ms.
Six weeks after their meeting, Renée Adorée married Tom Moore on February 12, 1921 in his home in Beverly Hills, California. While in New York City on New Year’s Eve 1920 she met Tom Moore (1883-1955). Fifteen years her senior, Tom Moore and his brothers were very successful Hollywood actors. In 1920, given the exotic French name Renée Adorée by the studio, she appeared in her first motion picture. From there, she went on to New York City where she continued to work in the theatre until the opportunity came to work in the motion picture business.
She was performing in Russia when World War I broke out and fled to London, England. In her teen years she began acting in minor stage productions and toured Europe with her troupe. Born Jeanne de La Fonte in Lille, Nord, France, she was the daughter of circus artists who, by age five, was performing in the circus with her parents. Renée Adorée (September 30, 1898–October 5, 1933) was a French actress.
Redemption - (1930). The Singer From Seville - (1930). Call of the Flesh - (1930). The Spieler - (1930).
Tide of Empire - (1929). Redemption - (1929). The Pagan - (1929). Show People - (1928).
The Michigan Kid - (1928). The Mating Call - (1928). Forbidden Hours - (1928). A Certain Young Man - (1928).
The Cossacks - (1928). On The Boulevard - (1927). Heaven on Earth - (1927). The Show - (1927).
Wu - (1927). Mr. Back to God's Country - (1927). Tin Gods - (1926).
Flaming Forest - (1926). The Exquisite Sinner - (1926). Blarney - (1926). The Blackbird - (1926).
La Bohème - (1926). Parisian Nights - (1925). Man and Maid - (1925). Excuse Me - (1925).
An Exchange of Wives - (1925). The Big Parade - (1925). Women Who Give - (1924). A Man's Mate - (1924).
The Bandolero - (1924). Excuse Me - (1924). The Eternal Struggle - (1923). Mixed Faces - (1923).
Day Dreams - (1923). Monte Cristo - (1922). West of Chicago - (1922). Made In Heaven - (1921) , co-starring her husband, Tom Moore.
The Strongest - (1920).