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Lasting Reminder! Paul Walker's Close Friend & Colleague On His Final Days & The Project He Left 'Unfinished'

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Mar. 23 2015, Updated 4:31 p.m. ET

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Paul Walker’s tragic and sudden death shocked the Hollywood community, as he was universally described as one of the most selfless actors that existed. As his family and those close to him scrambled to pick up the pieces after he passed away, close friend and colleague, Natalia Safran, was forced to finish a project that the two were working on. spoke exclusively to Safran, who reveals a glimpse inside of the actor’s final days and the project that he left unfinished.

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“Paul was an incredible guy. I was blessed to be able to get to know Paul quite well before this tragedy. He was an incredible guy and friend.”

“I had just finished the final edits on the video and was going to send him the edit and chat about his thoughts on Sunday. But when I got the news on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 that he was dead, I couldn't believe it.”

Now, a year and a half after the actor's death, in which he and friend Roger Rodas were killed when their Porsche slammed into a tree at 100 mph on Thanksgiving weekend, Safran is a billboard chart-topping artist and the ‘legacy song’ has been remixed into “All I Feel Is You Cajjmere Wray Mix” which debuted Top 20 of Billboard’s Dance Music Club play chart.

“He was one of the brightest spirits that I have ever met in my life,” Safran tells Radar.

“In this industry, and in life, you don’t often meet people who are quite as charismatic, loving and caring as Paul was. He was real. There was no pretense about him. There was no celebrity factor. He was a wonderful human being. He was an incredible actor. He was an amazing father.”

“He was unforgettable, so when the tragedy struck, all of the people who knew him well were all sort of going through this rebellious mourning phase. We could not believe someone so bright and beautiful could just be gone. It is just unfair,” she says.

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Watch Safran’s final cut of “All I Feel Is You,” a tribute to her friend who is gone, but not forgotten.



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