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Burt Reynolds

Feb 11, 1936 – Sep 6, 2018 (Age 82)

Obituary

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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What tributes have been given to Burt because he was an ICON. Burt's career was filled with outstanding roles and performances by his unlimited talent. No one but Burt could entertain millions of people like he did! An Admirer

Faith; Hope; Peace

RIP Mr!Bandit.We will always remember all those laughs you gave us. True trademark you are .One of a kind original .Thanks for the memories

Many, many people are very sad because of Burt's passing. He was a beloved member of his family and his circle of friends. Burt will never be forgotten and he will remain in the hearts of those who loved him. A Fan

Going to the movies will never be as much fun anymore. Thank you for good times.

i JUST LOVED HIM. HE WAS A GREAT ACTOR . VERY FUNNY IN COMEDY. MET HIM YEARS AGO IN CAMBRIDGE MA. HE WAS FILMING STARTING OVER. CAME OUT OF THE TRAILER AND CAME OVER TO ME AND KISSED ME ON CHEEK. iT WAS 11 DEGREES OUTSIDE. I ALMOST HAD A HEART ATTACK. HE LOVED HIS FANS& WE LOVED HIM SO MUCH. rip BURT WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU. YOU BROUGHT SO MUCH HAPPINESS TO ALL YOUR FANS.

IT IS VERY SAD THAT THE WORLD HAS LOST OUR BURT. THE HEAVENS HAVE GAINED ANOTHER STAR THAT WILL GLOW JUST AS BRIGHTLY AS HE DID HERE ON EARTH. A FAN

I met him many years ago in cambridge ma. he was making the movie starting over in 1979. Came out of the trailer and came over to me& kissed me on the cheek. I was stunned for a minute. He loved his fans. It was 11 degrees outside. will never forget that night. Mary

RIP Burt. You were like family to many but none more than those of us from Palm Beach county. I went to FHHS with Jaimie and Buddy and Jim was my coach. Rest well.