Dead at 82
9/6/2018 11:52 AM PDT
Burt Reynolds died of a heart attack Thursday morning at a hospital in Florida, according to multiple reports.
Reynold was 82.
Burt was transported a Florida hospital after going into cardiac arrest. His family was by his side when he passed.
Reynolds had heart problems for years — he underwent major heart surgery in February 2010.
Burt was a star in the moves and on TV — appearing in classics like “Smokey and the Bandit,” “Boogie Knights” and “Cannonball Run.”
Reynold was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actor his role as porn director Jack Horner in Boogie Knights in 1997. He won the Golden Globe that year.
He’s survived by his son.
Reynold famously married to Loni Anderson in 1988 — but they split in 1993 in one of the nastiest breakups in Hollywood history.
Reynolds was a star college football player — who played at Florida State. His roommate was Lee Corso.