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Paul Walker: I'm a jealous boyfriend

Published 08/08/2013 | 10:32

Paul Walker
Paul Walker

Paul Walker has discussed his jealous streak and how he handles it while dating.

The 39-year-old actor has ruined relationships in the past as a result of his possessive nature.

Paul is currently single, but hopes his previous experiences have taught him how to handle himself if the green-eyed monster strikes in the future.

"Oh, I'm jealous but I deal with it well. There were times when I've acted on it and I've been like, 'Oh, f**k, I shouldn't have done that'," he admitted to the latest edition of UK magazine Cosmopolitan. "But I have self-control now and you just let it go."

Paul is a father to teenage daughter Meadow, who he had with his ex-girlfriend Rebecca. He is open to the idea of having more children, but finds the idea of settling down with one person less appealing.

"Well, I have a daughter who turns 15 in November. I want two more kids. Do I want to get married? I'm not sure," he added. "It's not that I'm afraid of commitment - so long as we are growing together, I want to be together."

Paul is famed for starring in The Fast and the Furious film series. He says he approaches dating the same way he took to driving racing cars in the action movies.

"I love cutting through the bulls**t really fast - I'm at a time in my life where the best defence is offense. So walk through the world naked - that's the best way to do it!" he exclaimed.

"[My type of girl] doesn't have to be into the same things as me, but if she has an appreciation for nature I find that attractive."

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