Is Burt Reynolds Living or Dead?

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American actor, director and american football player

Burt Reynolds is ...

Dead
Born 11 Feb 1936 in Lansing
Died 6 Sep 2018 in Jupiter
Age82 years, 6 months
Causemyocardial infarction
Correction?
Burt Reynolds
Burt Reynolds
Burt Reynolds Discussion and Signing at Hollywood Blvd Cinema in Woodridge, IL, USA on April 15, 2011. Photo by Adam Bielawski

About Burt Reynolds

Burton Leon Reynolds Jr. (February 11, 1936 – September 6, 2018) was an American actor, director and producer. He first rose to prominence starring in television series such as Gunsmoke (1962–1965), Hawk (1966), and Dan August (1970–1971). His breakout film role was as Lewis Medlock in Deliverance (1972). Reynolds played the leading role in a number of subsequent box office hits, such as The Longest Yard (1974), Smokey and the Bandit (1977), Semi-Tough (1977), Hooper (1978), Smokey and the Bandit II (1980), The Cannonball Run (1981) and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982). After a few box office failures, Reynolds returned to television, starring in the sitcom Evening Shade (1990–1994). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Boogie Nights (1997).

He is also known as Burton Leon Reynolds, Jr. and Burton Leon Reynolds.

Death

Reynolds died from a heart attack at the Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, Florida on September 6, 2018 at the age of 82. His ex-wife Loni Anderson issued a statement saying that she and their son Quinton would miss him and "his great laugh".

On the day of Reynolds' death, Antenna TV, which airs The Tonight Show nightly, aired an episode of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson from February 11, 1982, featuring an interview and a This Is Your Life-style skit with Reynolds. The local media in Atlanta and elsewhere in the state noted on their television news programs that evening that he was the first to make major films in Georgia, all of which were successful, which helped make the state one of the top filming locations in the country. Reynolds' body was cremated at the Gold Coast Crematory in Florida.

Films

Burt Reynolds has worked on the following films:

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
2019 film directed by Quentin Tarantino
2019
Striptease
1996 film by Andrew Bergman
1996
The Dukes of Hazzard
2005 film by Jay Chandrasekhar
2005
Delgo
film
2008
The Longest Yard
2005 film by Peter Segal
2005
Semi-Tough
1977 film by Michael Ritchie
1977
Silent Movie
1976 satirical comedy film by Mel Brooks
1976
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
1982 film by Colin Higgins
1982
At Long Last Love
1975 film by Peter Bogdanovich
1975
The Player
1992 film by Robert Altman
1992
Driven
2001 action drama film
2001
Smokey and the Bandit II
1980 film by Hal Needham
1980
In the Name of the King
2007 film by Uwe Boll
2007
Nickelodeon
1976 film by Peter Bogdanovich
1976
Heat
1987 film by Dick Richards, Jerry Jameson
1987
The Longest Yard
1974 film by Robert Aldrich
1975
Mystery, Alaska
1999 film by Jay Roach
1999
Bean
1997 British-American comedy film
1997
Smokey and the Bandit Part 3
1983 film by Dick Lowry
1983
Sharky's Machine
1981 film by Burt Reynolds
1981
City Heat
1984 film by Richard Benjamin
1984
Cannonball Run II
1984 film by Hal Needham
1984
Citizen Ruth
1996 film by Alexander Payne
1996
100 Rifles
1969 film by Tom Gries
1969
Gator
1976 film by Burt Reynolds
1976
Hooper
1978 film by Hal Needham
1978
Cop and a Half
1993 film by Henry Winkler
1993
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex*
1972 film by Woody Allen
1972
Stroker Ace
1983 film by Hal Needham
1983
The Maddening
1995 film by Danny Huston
1995
Without a Paddle
2004 film by Steven Brill
2004
The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing
film based on the novel by Marilyn Durham
1973
Sam Whiskey
1969 film by Arnold Laven
1969
Mad Dog Time
1996 film by Larry Bishop
1996
Deal
2008 film by Gil Cates Jr.
2008
Physical Evidence
1989 film directed by Michael Crichton
1989
Pups
1999 film by Ash Baron-Cohen
1999
Meet Wally Sparks
1997 film by Peter Baldwin
1997
Navajo Joe
1966 film by Sergio Corbucci
1966
Fuzz
1972 film by Richard A. Colla
1972
Lucky Lady
1975 film by Stanley Donen
1975
W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings
1975 film by John G. Avildsen
1975
Stick
1985 film by Burt Reynolds
1985
Best Friends
1982 feature film
1982
The Crew
2000 film by Michael Dinner
2000
Switching Channels
1987 film by Ted Kotcheff
1987
Hustle
1975 film by Robert Aldrich
1975
Malone
1987 film by Harley Cokeliss
1987
Starting Over
1979 film by Alan J. Pakula
1979
White Lightning
1973 film by Joseph Sargent
1973
The End
1978 black comedy-buddy film
1978
Rent-a-Cop
1988 film by Jerry London
1988
Skullduggery
1970 film by Gordon Douglas
1970
The Man Who Loved Women
1983 film by Blake Edwards
1983
Hotel
2001 film by Mike Figgis
2001
Grilled
2006 comedy film
2006
Shamus
1973 film by Buzz Kulik
1973
A Century of Cinema
1994 film by Caroline Thomas
1994
Broken Bridges
2006 film by Steven Goldmann
2006
Impasse
1969 film by Richard Benedict
1969
Rough Cut
1980 film by Don Siegel
1980
A Bunch of Amateurs
2008 film by Andy Cadiff
2008
Cloud 9
2006 comedy film
2006
Shark!
1967 film by Samuel Fuller
1967
Breaking In
1989 film by Bill Forsyth
1989
Paternity
1981 film by David Steinberg
1981
Operation C.I.A.
1965 film by Christian Nyby
1965
The Hollywood Sign
2001 film by Sönke Wortmann
2001
The Last Producer
2000 film by Burt Reynolds
2000
Randy and the Mob
2007 film by Ray McKinnon
2007
Armored Command
1961 film by Byron Haskin
1961
Not Another Not Another Movie
Fade In
1968 American film
1968
Time of the Wolf
2002
Tempted
2001 film by Bill Bennett
2001
Big City Blues
1999 film
1999
Crazy Six
film
1997
Stringer
1999 film by Klaus Biedermann
1999