Some actors hit the ground running, starting as they mean to go on by giving career-making debut performances in commercial and critical hit films. Some even win awards for their first either feature film roles, like Lupita Nyong'o, who scooped tonnes of awards for her part in 12 Years A Slave. And then there are the actors who started their career in the likes of 1986 Troma horror comedy Monster In The Closet. Following guest appearances on TV soap operas The Young And The Restless and Touched By An Angel, that's where Paul Walker began his career. But it's not about where you start off, it's where you end up and a good couple of decades after his role as Professor Bennett in a movie that's one long mildly homophobic gag, he had built up a truly impressive filmography. Who knows where his career might have taken him in later life, because Walker died tragically in a car crash in November of 2013, part of the way through filming the seventh Fast And Furious film, which finally gets a release this weekend. During his relatively short time in front of the camera, however, Walker had carved out an impressive niche that brought more nuance and charm to your average action hero. Two completed films, Hours and Brick Mansions, were released posthumously, and critics were absolved of any potential guilt by drubbing them when both turned out pretty well. Furious 7 will be the last film of his we'll ever see, and anticipation levels are at a high. With all that in mind, it's time to look over the CV of Paul Walker, RIP, to discern his five most awesome performances...and five that sucked.