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With "Fast & Furious 6" hitting theaters this weekend and a release date for a seventh "Fast" film already announced (July 11, 2014, for the record), Paul Walker's days of racing cars are far from over. As undercover agent Brian O'Conner, Walker hit the ground running — uh, speeding — back in 2001 with the first film in the hit franchise. In the latest installment, the full crew (including Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez) is back at it again, putting the pedal to the metal for yet another rush of adrenaline.
While "The Fast and the Furious" proved to be his breakout role 12 years ago, Walker also notably starred in films like "Pleasantville" (1998), "She's All That" (1999) and "Varsity Blues" (1999). Before he successfully hit the big screen, though, the blond, blue-eyed actor was just entering his teens when he appeared on the television game show "I'm Telling!"
A kiddie siblings version of "The Newlywed Game," Walker and his little sis Ashlie competed on "I'm Telling!" against other contestants in hopes of winning some pretty sweet prizes. Bikes, Juicee Slurpee coupons and the chance to move on to the Grand Prize round were just a few of the fabulous rewards for mocking your sister or brother for 30 minutes. Sounds like a win-win to us.
Check out the "I'm Telling!" episode Paul and Ashlie appeared on below in its entirety, which seems to prove that Walker never, ever went through any sort of "ugly duckling" phase.