A host of actors, friends and fans have all offered their condolences in honor of Paul Walker, and now the late actor's Jiu-Jitsu teacher Ricardo "Franjinha" Miller, who trained him for the "Fast and Furious" movies, has come forward with a heart felt message.
The actor and trainer met in 2004, and their training led to a longtime friendship. Miller created a Paul Walker Paragon Black Belt in Memoriam, through Paragon Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Kickboxing academy, writing, "A mutual friend had sent Paul my way, but I did not recognize him when he first walked in the door. In part, it was because he did not carry himself like a movie star, or a Hollywood big shot. Without the burden of a heavy ego, he was easy going with a ready smile."