A look back at the year without Paul Walker

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By ISABELLE CHAPMAN

It's been a year since actor Paul Walker, star of the "Fast and Furious" series, died in a fiery single car crash in Southern California.

The Hollywood golden boy was leaving a charity event with friend and financial advisor Roger Rodas on November 30, 2013. Rodas was driving his 2005 Porsche Carrera at approximately 85 mph when the car crashed into a light pole and then two trees on a highway in Santa Clarita California.

Walker was survived by a slew of siblings: two sisters and two brothers, and a daughter, now sixteen-year-old Meadow Rain Walker.

Now, AOL is looking back at a year without the beloved star. His pal Vin Diesel has been outspoken about
the loss of his best friend, appearing on talk shows, and often taking to Twitter and Instagram to commemorate "Pablo" as Vin Diesel affectionately calls him.

As for "Fast and Furious," younger brother Cody, who strongly resembles his older sibling, filled in for the late actor in the final stages of the production for what would be Walker's final film: "Fast and Furious 7." Cody has also joined the cast full-time.

But still, the franchise that Walker devoted so much time made sure to commemorate him in a big way. Check out their tribute video: