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strikerhercules:

Fast & Furious 7’s JACK O’CONNER

» played by twins CHARLIE and MILLER KIMSEY

  • they are currently 3 years old
  • they were born in 2010
  • their birthday is September 13 - just a day after their on-screen dad Paul Walker’s birthday
  • they filmed with Paul last September in 2013
  • It is currently unknown if they have any additional scenes to film
  • they will debut on screen for the first time as Jack O’Conner, son of Brian and Mia, on April 10, 2015 when Fast & Furious 7 is released in theaters

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strikerhercules:

First Day Filming for CHARLIE and MILLER KIMSEY 

These twins had just turned 3 years old when they started their first day of filming for Fast & Furious 7 - playing the role of Jack O’Conner, son of Brian O’Conner and Mia Toretto.
Their mother Mandy Kimsey speaks about their first day of filming with the late Paul Walker.
“It was a great experience. Charlie did well and as he was tiring out, Miller arrived. Miller didn’t know much of what was going on and so he wasn’t into it. Then they decided to bring Charlie back in for the last takes and he finished strong. As soon as we were done, and I congratulated him for doing well, he yelled in an excited voice, “I am done, I did it!”
“Paul was so sweet and really made Charlie feel comfortable. He invited him to sit on his lap and asked him about his birthday. Charlie’s and Miller’s birthday was the 13th, and he told Charlie that his birthday had been the 12th.”
     — September 2013 (x)

strikerhercules:

First Day Filming for CHARLIE and MILLER KIMSEY 

These twins had just turned 3 years old when they started their first day of filming for Fast & Furious 7 - playing the role of Jack O’Conner, son of Brian O’Conner and Mia Toretto.

Their mother Mandy Kimsey speaks about their first day of filming with the late Paul Walker.

“It was a great experience. Charlie did well and as he was tiring out, Miller arrived. Miller didn’t know much of what was going on and so he wasn’t into it. Then they decided to bring Charlie back in for the last takes and he finished strong. As soon as we were done, and I congratulated him for doing well, he yelled in an excited voice, “I am done, I did it!”

“Paul was so sweet and really made Charlie feel comfortable. He invited him to sit on his lap and asked him about his birthday. Charlie’s and Miller’s birthday was the 13th, and he told Charlie that his birthday had been the 12th.”

     — September 2013 (x)