It’s been three years since Paul Walker‘s tragic death, but his presence is still felt in Hollywood and beyond.
On the third anniversary of his death, those who were close to the actor are paying tribute to their late friend.
Jordana Brewster took to social media to remember her Fast and Furious costar.
“I miss you and I love you every single day,” she posted on Twitter alongside a photo of the two smiling at one another.
Tyrese Gibson also shared a touching Instagram video of the two together as he reflected on their 14 years of friendship.
“This week is always rough for those of us who really knew him personally 14 years of [laughter], hugs and love literally one of the nicest people on HUMAN FEET!!!! Nov 30th we lost an angel!” the Fast and Furious actor wrote. “Paul treated everyone with the [utmost] respect and went out of his way to make everyone feel like they mattered…… I love and I miss you dearly.”
The clip showed photos throughout their time working together on Fast and Furious, snippets from the films, as well as personal photos and videos.
Gibson also asked fans to keep Walker’s family in their prayers.
“We simply ask of you prayer warriors around the world pray for his daughter our niece Meadow Walker and his dear brothers CODY and Caleb and parents and his Besty named Roland and Brandon who were literally with him everyday!!!!!! May God rest your soul we hope we make you proud everyday!!!!! RIH ( rest in heaven )….. P-Dubber!!!!”
Scott Eastwood also took to Instagram to pay tribute to his “big bro.”
“Miss you Paul. I love this pic because it sums up how you made people feel. You taught me so much,” he wrote. “Lessons that I find myself passing on to people in my life now. Thanks for all the laughs big bro.”
Ludacris shared a photo of the actor in character as Brian O’Conner with the words, “Always in our hearts.”
Walker, who was 40, died in a car accident on Nov. 30, 2013, when the Porsche he was riding in crashed and exploded in Santa Clarita, California. Both his daughter, Meadow, and his father have filed respective wrongful death lawsuits against Porsche, claiming that the car lacked safety features that could have prevented Walker’s death.