Where is Rebecca Soteros today? About Paul Walker’s Girlfriend

March 22, 2024
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Who is Rebecca Soteros?

Non-celebrity American Rebecca Soteros, was born in California, USA in 1974, and even though she hasn’t revealed the month and day of her birth, her zodiac sign is believed to be Libra. She’s an elementary school teacher, while she’s probably only known for having been the girlfriend of the late American actor Paul William Walker IV.

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Education and early life

Rebecca and her younger brother Joshua Soteros were raised in California by their middle-class parents Julie Ann and Mark Soteros, but as Rebecca respects her family’s privacy, not a lot is known about Joshua or their mother and father.

It’s known that they are all deeply religious Christians, and that Rebecca studied at Village Christian School in Los Angeles, California; she was into a number of activities during her time there, including dancing and singing, but was urged by her parents to focus on her education.

She matriculated in 1992 and then enrolled at college, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1996.


Rebecca’s career

Rebecca hasn’t shared a lot about her career with her fans, but it’s believed that she’s been working as a teacher for more than 20 years now.

Relationship with Paul Walker

Rebecca and Paul met sometime in the first half of 1997, before he became famous in the film industry; they had a rather short relationship, and it’s believed that they split before Rebecca gave birth to their daughter Meadow Rain Walker on 4 November 1998; Paul later revealed that he was not a great boyfriend, that he slept with many other women, and that Rebecca left him because he didn’t want to marry her.

Meadow lived with Rebecca until 2011, when she moved to California to live her father.

It remains unknown if Rebecca went on to date or marry any men after her split from Paul, while it’s known that he was in a relationship with non-celebrity American Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell at the time of his death.

Rebecca seems to be single as of September 2022, hasn’t married, and has a daughter with the late American actor Paul Walker.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Rebecca enjoyed playing various sports in her 20s and 30s, thus her slim figure; she also had a couple of training sessions at the gym every week, and enjoyed swimming nearly every day during summer.

It’s believed that she’s today passionate about dancing, and that she’s been taking lessons for the past three years.

She was allegedly addicted to alcohol in the first half of the 2010s, and following Paul’s death, many newspapers reported that the guardianship of her and Paul’s daughter would because of this be given to Paul’s mother; it’s also believed that Rebecca eventually entered a rehabilitation program, because her daughter no longer wanted to spend time with her.

Rebecca’s favorite actors are Paul Walker’s former best friend Vin Diesel, and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson – some of her favorite movies are “Red Notice”, “Jungle Cruise” and “Central Intelligence”.


Where is Rebecca today?

Although Rebecca’s been staying away from the media’s attention since her former boyfriend Paul’s death, it’s believed that she’s today still working as a teacher in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Height, eyes and net worth

Rebecca’s age is either 47 or 48. Her hair’s brown and curly, her eyes are brown and her height’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m); her weight is about 125lbs (57kgs).

Rebecca’s net worth’s been estimated at over $500,000 as of September 2022, while Paul’s net worth at the time of his death was estimated at over $25 million.

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Who was Paul Walker?

The late American actor Paul William Walker IV was born in Glendale, California USA, on 12 September 1973, under the zodiac sign of Libra. He appeared in 44 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still remembered best for his portrayal of the lead character Brian O’Conner in the 2001 action crime adventure movie “The Fast and the Furious”, which Rob Cohen created, and which also starred Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel. It follows undercover police officer Brian O’Conner who’s befriended a criminal whom he was supposed to arrest; the movie won 11 of its 29 award nominations.

American sewer contractor and former boxer Paul William Walker III and his wife, American fashion model Cheryl (nee Crabtree) raised their son Paul in Glendale, alongside his younger siblings Cody, Caleb, Ashlie and Aimee; he studied at Village Christian School, matriculating in 1991. Paul continued his education at a community college in Southern California, but transferred multiple times before graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in marine biology in 1995.


Paul was only two years old when he became involved in the entertainment industry, appearing in several commercials for Pampers, while he later appeared in Showbiz Pizza commercials.

He launched his acting career aged 11, when cast to play Eric Travers in the 1985 episode of the fantasy series “Highway to Heaven”, and a couple of his following roles were in the 1987 science fiction horror comedy movie “Monster in the Closet”, the 1987 action science fiction film “Programmed to Kill”, and the 1990 episode “Dead Puck Society” of the family comedy series “Charles in Charge”.

He gained recognition in 1994, when cast to star alongside Denise Richards and Theo Forsett in the science fiction comedy movie “Tammy and the T-Rex”; it was written and directed by Stewart Raffill, and follows an evil scientist who’s implanted a human brain into a dinosaur. A couple of Paul’s other notable performances in the ‘90s were in 1998 in the family sports comedy movie “Meet the Deedles” and the fantasy comedy movie “Pleasantville”, which was nominated for two Oscars, and the 1999 romantic comedy film “Varsity Blues”.

He became famous overnight following his performance in “The Fast and the Furious”, and then reprised his role as Brian O’Conner in the 2003 sequel “2 Fast 2 Furious”. Paul portrayed Hank Hansen in the 2006 action adventure movie “Flags of Our Fathers”, which Clint Eastwood directed, and which starred Joseph Cross, Barry Pepper and Ryan Phillippe. It tells the life stories of six men who raised the American flag during the Battle of Iwo Jima; the movie won 15 of its 45 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Achievement in Sound Mixing and Best Achievement in Sound Editing.

Some of Paul’s final roles were in the 2010 action crime movie “Takers”, the 2011 action crime thriller film “Fast Five”, and the 2013 action crime thriller movie “Vehicle 19”.

He had won seven of his 19 award nominations, while some of his wins included a 2001 Hollywood Breakthrough Award, a 2001 Young Hollywood Award and two MTV Movie + TV Awards in 2002 and 2014 (second awarded posthumously), all four for his performance in the film franchise “Fast and Furious”.


Paul was a huge fan of fast cars and had a collection of over 30, which included Ford Mustangs, BMWs and Audis, as well as five Porsches and four Ferraris.

He died in a car accident on 30 November 2013, when one of his close friends, the late American businessman Roger Rodas drove him in his 2005 Porsche Carrera GT; they crashed into a lamp post and two trees, and their bodies were burned beyond recognition.

Martha Clifford

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