Burt Reynolds

Feb 11, 1936 – Sep 6, 2018 (Age 82)


Burt Reynolds (1936 – 2018) was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood during the 1970s and 1980s. The magnetic actor was known for his roles in "The Longest Yard," "Deliverance," and the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies. He was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role in "Boogie Nights." On television, he starred on the CBS sitcom "Evening Shade" in the 1990s. He died at the age of 82. For full coverage and obituary from Legacy.com, click here.

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Not only were you a shining star on earth you are now a shining star watching from above. Thank you for being a great entertainer.


Burt's greatest talent was entertaing the world with his outstanding acting. His movies and TV roles were admired worldwide by millions of people. His laugh made you want to laugh along with him!! No one in the entertainment industry could ever duplicate the love people had for him. Burt may have left the stage, but not our hearts!! RIP Buddy Pat M.

Who else but Burt could receive this many messages of love--no one!! He was an unique man who mesmerized his admirers and fans. Burt is already missed by many, many people in this world. He was beloved by family, friends and his fans. JA

Burt was a joy to watch and a joy to know for so many years. He was one of a kind and will remain so. He had fans from all over the world. If you were a fan or if you knew Burt, you couldn't help but love him. RIP, dear man. You will never be far away nor forgotten.

RIP Mr. BURT REYNOLDS. One of the Great Actors of All time. Condolence to the Family.GOD BLESS YOU .

He's one of the last of Great American Icons, just another part of this fans life since childhood that has passed. The Big Screens hasn't been the same since his kind has retired or passed on. How quick life passes and ages from youth to senior citizen as we watch Burt Reynolds in pictures threw the decades, RIP you where a Great and fun One to watch.

Someone that could always make you laugh. He was really great and will be missed. RIP. Nancy from Clermont fl