Paul Walker’s Father Talks About Coping Year After ‘Fast & Furious’ Star’s Death

December 2, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

A year after Fast & Furious star Paul Walker’s death, his father, Paul Sr., and daughter Meadow talked about how they’ve coped.

Walker died during Thanksgiving weekend 2013 in a tragic car accident.

Paul Walker Sr. talked about how Meadow is doing on the anniversary of his death. “She’s doing—I hear from the grapevine—very good in school,” he told E! News. “She’s keeping busy.”

He added, “I think she’s just a little bit shy around me, grandpa. I think time is on my side and things will get better.”

Meadow on Sunday posted a tribute to her father on Instagram. “I love you,” she wrote.

Paul Sr. said that his son “didn’t like the limelight” that comes with fame, recalling his son said, “I really don’t like the business, but I can do a lot of good with the money I make.”

Walker’s Fast & Furious co-stars also paid tribute to him.

“He was a part of so much in my life… long personal talks with my mother or babysitting the Alpha Angel… he took a certain pride in being uncle Pablo,” Vin Diesel wrote alongside a post of Walker and Diesel’s 6-year-old daughter.

Tyrese Gibson also posted a photo of himself with Walker.

“A celebration of Paul William Walker will be echoed around the world…. In this life one would hope to be this ‘effective’ 1 year ago today God called an angel home early…. I miss my brother I miss my friend and I miss OUR STAR!!!!! Physically gone but forever alive in our minds, hearts and spirit,” he wrote on Instagram.