Burt Reynolds, legendary actor, dead at 82

September 5, 2018

Burt Reynolds, the legendary actor with the disarming smile and trademark mustache who starred in iconic films including “Smokey and the Bandit” and “The Longest Yard” has died, Fox News confirms. He was 82.

The actor’s agent, Todd Eisner, told us Reynolds died Thursday morning from cardiac arrest.

Reynold’s Hollywood career skyrocketed in the ‘70s after his breakout film role as Lewis Medlock in 1972’s “Deliverance.” The star went on to appear in nearly 200 films throughout his lifetime.

He received an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of adult film director Jack Horner in 1997’s “Boogie Nights.”

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  1. We miss you already Burt…every man wanted to be you, with the good looks, twinkle in your eyes, the cars and of course, the babes.

  2. RIP Mr. Reynolds. I recall as a kid seeing the Longest Yard as my first memory of a Burt Reynolds movie. But my favorite Reynolds movie is the first Smokey and the Bandit. It was just a fun, yet well made movie all around with not only a strong performance by Burt Reynolds, but a fine comedic performance by the late Jackie Gleason. Oh yeah a cute as a button Sally Field too… A good cast all around I will say and the iconic black with gold trim Pontiac Firebird Trans Am with that ‘screaming chicken’ artwork on the hood.

    My condolences to the Reynolds family and friends

  3. What a great life lived. For me, my favourite Burt Reynolds movie has to be Semi Tough. Smokey and the Bandit coming in as a close second, with Gator third.


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