To find a decent man among Hollywood celebrities is really rear!
One of them was Burt Reynolds!
Today he left this world at the age of 82!
The Michigan native, whose easy-going charms and handsome looks drew prominent roles in films such as “Smokey and the Bandit” and “Boogie Nights,” suffered a cardiac arrest.
Always with a wink, Reynolds shined in many action films (often doing his own stunts) and in such romantic comedies as Starting Over (1979) opposite Jill Clayburgh and Candice Bergen; The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982) with Dolly Parton; Best Friends (1982) with Goldie Hawn; and, quite aptly, The Man Who Loved Women (1983) with Julie Andrews.
Though beloved by audiences for his brand of frivolous, good-ol’-boy fare, the playful Reynolds rarely was embraced by the critics. The first time he saw himself in Boogie Nights, he was so unhappy he fired his agent. (He went on to win a Golden Globe but lost out in the Oscar supporting actor race to Robin Williams for Good Will Hunting, a bitter disappointment for him.)
To be frank, he’s been in too many hits to list in one short article and when searching through actors who have managed to make their way to the list of the greats, you’ll struggle to find a body of work quite like this.
The world has lost a great one, but at least we have a body of work that spans a lifetime that’ll be able to immortalize this iconic figure. He will surely be missed.
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