Actor Luke Evans has become the latest Fast & Furious star to pay tribute to tragic actor Paul Walker following his death on Saturday (30Nov13).

Walker died after when a Porsche sportscar he was a passenger in crashed and burst into flames in Santa Clarita, California.

Evans, who starred in the sixth installment of the Fast & Furious films earlier this year (13), has offered up his tribute to the late star, recalling how Walker made him feel welcome on the set.

He tells Eonline.com, "He was just a really down to earth, cool guy. He was warm, just very kind. You know, I was the new boy on the set. He didn't have to have much to do with me but he always took time to come over, give me a hug, have a chat. He was that kind of guy.

"He just gave off a really great energy. He surrounded himself with wonderful people. That says something about who you are. His friends and family were always surrounding him."

Walker's longtime co-star Vin Diesel led a family memorial to his dead castmate at the crash site on Monday evening (02Dec13), while other Fast & Furious regulars like Michelle Rodriguez, Dwayne Johnson, Tyrese Gibson and Ludacris have poured out their feelings on social media websites.