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    Celebrity Publicist Toni Embry Comments Officially On Death Of Actor Paul Walker

    As news of actor's Paul Walker death hit Hollywood Sunday Morning, many in Hollywood are left speechless. Actor Paul Walker, who shot to fame as star of the high-octane street racing franchise "Fast & Furious," died Saturday in a car crash in Southern California at the age of 40.

    Celebrity publicist Toni Embry got the wonderful opportunity of meeting Mr. Walker early in the "Fast & The Furious" franchise's filming. The Chief publicist at Glacé Entertainment Public Relations™ visited the set of the second installment of the series, "2 Fast 2 Furious" at Infinite Horizon Studios in Orlando and connected with Mr. Walker. He taught her to drive a manual transmission car during the day visit and they remained friends since then.

    Upon hearing the news of Mr. Walker's Death, the celebrity publicist had this to say via her FaceBook Page:

    "Today it is with a heavy heart I bid farewell to a friend who not only taught me how to drive a stick-shift but also how to "navigate" my way through this industry. I will miss you immensely Paul Walker. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, friends, and loved ones. We lost not only a talented actor/entertainer but an amazing man." - Toni Embry, Chief Publicist Glacé Entertainment Public Relations™

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