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At this time, ex-stuntman and longtime Reynolds buddy Hal Needham came to him with a "road film" script.
Reynolds also appeared alongside Kris Kristofferson in the hit football film Semi-Tough , with friend Dom DeLuise in the black comedy The End which Reynolds directed , in the stunt-laden buddy film Hooper and then in the self-indulgent, star-packed road race flick The Cannonball Run The early s started off well with a strong performance in the violent police film Sharky's Machine , which he also directed, and he starred with Dolly Parton in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and with fellow macho superstar Clint Eastwood in the coolly received City Heat However, other projects such as Stroker Ace , Stick and Paternity failed to catch fire with fans and Reynolds quickly found himself falling out of popularity with movie audiences.
In the late s he appeared in only a handful of films, mostly below average, before television came to the rescue and he shone again in two very popular TV shows, B.
Stryker and Evening Shade , for which he won an Emmy. Reynolds aka Quinton Anderson Reynolds , whom they adopted. He was back on screen, but still the roles weren't grabbing the public's attention, until his terrific performance as a drunken politician in the otherwise woeful Striptease and then another tremendous showing as a charming, porn director in Boogie Nights , which scored him a Best Supporting Actor nomination.
Like the phoenix from the ashes, Reynolds resurrected his popularity and, in the process, gathered a new generation of young fans, many of whom had been unfamiliar with his s film roles.
He then put in entertaining work in Pups , Mystery, Alaska , Driven and L'enfant et le loup Definitely one of Hollywood's most resilient stars, Reynolds continually surprised all with his ability to weather both personal and career hurdles and his almost 60 years in front of the cameras were testament to his staying ability, his acting talent and his appeal to film audiences.
He was eighty two. Sign In. Edit Burt Reynolds. Showing all items. In he tested for a role in Rosemary's Baby , but Roman Polanski ended up casting John Cassavetes for the part.
They had many discussions about the movie and made plans, but the film did not get made until , this time with Jeff Bridges in the role. Reynolds only got Lewis Medlock's role in Deliverance after the stars who were originally chosen to play the lead--including Marlon Brando , Henry Fonda and James Stewart --declined the part, after they heard about the risks of the Chattooga River.
Had an adopted son, Quinton A. In January he became engaged to former waitress Pam Seals. His working relationship with Paul Thomas Anderson during the making of Boogie Nights was very difficult and he hated the film so much that he fired his agent immediately after viewing a screening.
This was before the critical raves after the New York Film Festival occurred. He was then convinced by Anderson to promote the film on a radio tour and was further enraged at Anderson's behavior constantly not letting Reynolds speak.
This was the final straw for Reynolds, who, after a week or so of promoting the film, tried to punch Anderson in the face and stopped promoting the film.
Reynolds refused to participate in Anderson's next project, Magnolia Attended Florida State University on a football scholarship, but only played in two seasons.
He was a star running back. His college football career was ended by a knee injury. Was the original choice to play Garrett Breedlove in Terms of Endearment Although he loved the script, he had already agreed to star in Stroker Ace , so he turned down the role.
As a result, the role went to Jack Nicholson , who eventually won an Oscar for it. Reynolds later commented that this was one of his most terrible mistakes.
During the mid-'80s he tried to make a comeback with Heat , written by William Goldman. He hoped the movie, directed by Robert Altman , would mark a new phase in his career.
Unfortunately, Altman had an altercation with producer Elliott Kastner and left the project. The movie ended up being a box-office failure.
Prior to Reynolds, only comedians had been invited. His first? Was seriously involved with Inger Stevens shortly before her suicide in He refused to discuss the relationship.
Had a relationship with Sally Field for many years, but she refused his numerous proposals, and they eventually broke up.
He said that she was a positive influence on him and, in fact, was the love of his life. It went to Bruce Willis.
Had long-term relationship with Dinah Shore. An early cougar, Dinah was 20 years older than Burt. He was also said to have Italian and Cherokee Native American roots, although this has never been verified.
Was named the 1 top money-making star at the box office in Quigley Publications' annual poll of movie exhibitors for five consecutive years from , equaling the record set by Bing Crosby from Only Tom Cruise , who was named 1 six times between and , has won more box-office crowns.
Both Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks also have been 1 five times, but non-consecutively. John Wayne is 1 on the all-time list, with 25 appearances in the Top Reynolds was nominated for his performance in Striptease and Brando for his role in The Island of Dr.
Moreau The vote was cast by Razzie awards founder John Wilson, who always chooses to vote last. Though their relationship eventually did not work out, he spoke fondly of Sally Field and he regards her as having been a positive influence on his life.
Was director Milos Forman 's first choice for the lead in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest but United Artists believed his appeal with average moviegoers might prevent the film from attracting the critical attention it felt was necessary for the film to be a box-office hit.
Jack Nicholson was cast instead and him his first Best Actor Oscar. Eight years later Reynolds was writer-director James L. Brooks ' first choice for the role of amorous astronaut Garrett Breedlove in Terms of Endearment This time Reynolds passed on the project, clearing the way for Nicholson to win his second Oscar, this one for Best Supporting Actor.
Pontiac was so grateful to Reynolds that it promised him a new TransAm every year in perpetuity.
The promise lasted five years. He drove a Trans Am Limited Edition in these movies. He was even considered for the role when the novel was in discussion to be adapted to film.
At one point Reynolds was booed when he read a telegram of support from President Ronald Reagan. Reynolds summed up the frustration of the lack of AIDS awareness when he angrily said, "If this were a benefit for cancer, reporters wouldn't be asking stupid questions like, 'Why are you here?
Early in his career he appeared as a contestant on The Dating Game Met one of his heroes, Spencer Tracy , while filming Riverboat Tracy was filming Inherit the Wind on the same lot and Reynolds used to watch him walk from the set to his trailer everyday.
After a while, Tracy finally turned to him and said, "Come on, kid. Like many other celebrities, he was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
Mentioned in Bruce Springsteen 's song "Cadillac Ranch". He met director David O. Russell in late for dinner, to discuss a possible role for him in the independent movie Flirting with Disaster Although the two felt very enthusiastic about his playing a part, negotiations fell through.
Immediately after his artistic comeback with Boogie Nights , he did a number of indie films and was attached to star in a number of independent movies.
One of these projects was the comedy The Oh in Ohio Parker Posey , who was a fan of Reynolds, personally offered him a part in the film, but his commitment to another project made it impossible for him to play the role.
Danny DeVito got the part. In one of the projects that never realized for him was "Bulls Night Out". The movie was supposed to be an old-fashioned cop drama about over-the-hill cops taking justice into their own hands.
It was to be directed by Burt himself, and to star him and a number of other veteran action stars.
For a variety of reasons, the film never got made. Sidney Lumet wanted him for the main role in Power He turned the part down, and Richard Gere was cast.
After having worked with director John Boorman in Deliverance , he was cast by Boorman one year later to play the lead in the science-fiction Zardoz Reynolds had to pull out due to illness and Sean Connery got the part.
Reynolds and Boorman almost worked together again, this time in , when Boorman was attached, for some time, to direct him in Sharky's Machine When Boorman left the picture, Reynolds directed it himself.
Despite his lucrative career, in he filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, due in part to an extravagant lifestyle, a divorce from Loni Anderson and failed investments in some Florida restaurant chains.
He emerged from bankruptcy two years later. Agent Richard Clayton was his personal manager for over 20 years.
Reynolds' appearance on the cover of Playboy Magazine October made him the second male after Peter Sellers April to merit the rare privilege.
According to the book " Facts about Actors Vol. Thompson, of New York and Michigan, respectively. His nude centerfold photo in Cosmopolitan magazine sold 1.
He later said that he regretted posing for the photo. Turned down the role of James Bond, believing that an American couldn't play the role.
Claimed that Loni Anderson took "5 hours to get ready to go to the grocery store" and would disappear for days at a time supposedly shopping.
He was considered for the lead role in Superman , but was deemed too recognizable, and not temperamentally suited to the role. He refused the role Kevin Kline played in Soapdish , with Sally Field , because his then wife, Loni Anderson , told him that all of Hollywood would laugh at her, as Reynolds and Field once had a very long and heavily publicized affair.
He beat over other contenders for the role of Quint Asper on Gunsmoke He owned a private "dinner theater" in Jupiter, Florida, with a focus on training young performers looking to enter show business.
The theater was later renamed to the Burt Reynolds Jupiter Theater and closed in after Reynolds declared bankruptcy. He co-authored the children's book "Barkley Unleashed: A Pirate's Tail", a "whimsical tale [that] illustrates the importance of perseverance, the wonders of friendship and the power of imagination".
He repeatedly turned down the chance to play Clark Gable in Gable and Lombard He was offered the role of Edward Lewis in Pretty Woman but declined.
He jokingly said on Piers Morgan's Life Stories in that after he saw the film and the love-making scenes with Julia Roberts, that he made a mistake in not taking the part.
He auditioned for a part in Sayonara , was told he could not be in the film because he looked too much like Marlon Brando. He was a life-long fan of American football, a result of his collegiate career, and was a minority owner of the Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL from to The team's name was inspired by the Smokey and the Bandit trilogy and Skoal Bandit, a primary sponsor for the team as a result of also sponsoring Reynolds' motor racing team.
He was offered a lead role in MASH , but turned it down after "they told me the other two leads would be Barbra Streisand 's husband and that tall, skinny guy who was in The Dirty Dozen In Hollywood as George Spahn, but he died before shooting his scenes.
Bruce Dern was cast instead. When Rick and Cliff are watching The F. He quit Riverboat after only 20 episodes, claiming he did not get along with Darren McGavin or the executive producer, and that he had "a stupid part".
He was awarded an honorary doctorate from Florida State University in and later endorsed the construction of a new performing arts facility in Sarasota, Florida.
He owned the Burt Reynolds Ranch, where scenes for Smokey and the Bandit were filmed and which once had a petting zoo, until its sale during bankruptcy.
In April , the acre 62 ha rural property was rezoned for residential use and the Palm Beach County school system could sell it to residential developer K.
Hovnanian Homes. He also once purchased a mansion on a tract of land in Loganville, Georgia, while married to Loni Anderson.
He was originally cast as Richard Carlyle in PhonY , but he died before shooting started. As of his death in , he appeared in one film nominated for Best Picture Oscar: Deliverance He was originally considered to star in Every Which Way but Loose Burt Reynolds asked that his name be left off the series' credits from Out of this World, since he was doing it as a favor to the producers.
At the time, he was busy with another hit series, Daddy schafft uns alle Fictional character Alabama Whitman mentioned him as her turn on in True Romance He has appeared in one film that has been selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant: Deliverance His last performance was in director Stephen Wallis' feature "Defining Moments".
And he doesn't lack for confidence. He really knew which shots he wanted to make. I remember the first shot in Boogie Nights , which is one of the longest shots in history.
And I, being the irascible old type I am sometimes, said, 'Have you timed this? Is this longer than Citizen Kane ? It's three seconds longer'.
There's no appreciation of actors and no sense of history. Because I'd like to tell her in person what I didn't know then. That is, how incredibly unselfish she was in terms of the time she spent with me.
You know, inside that little body of hers is one of the strongest people I've ever met. What I didn't ever appreciate enough, until I had Quinton, was what it means to have a child and say to somebody else, "I'll be with you", away from my child.
And now I know what an incredible gift that was. I used to get up at five in the morning and see him running nude through the golf course while the sprinklers watered the grass.
A strange dude, he moved to L. He always played sickos, but he played them well. With my dark sense of humor, I was kind of amused by him.
But as we got closer to the rape scene, I caught him staring at Ned Beatty in an odd, unnerving way. Ned would see it, and look away. I wanted him to see I was Ned's friend.
No different than in the script. Then I asked him how he planned to handle the rape scene. McKinney turned out to be a pretty good guy who just took "The Method" way too far.
Staring straight at Ned, he whispered, "I've always wanted to try that. Always have. Oh, John! In his brilliance, [ John Boorman ] reassured Ned but also brought in several additional cameras, knowing Ned wasn't going to give him a second, third or fourth take.
Ned was only going to do the brutal scene once. When it came down to shooting it, [ Herbert 'Cowboy' Coward ] and McKinney were hands-down brilliant.
Scared the shit out of everybody who saw the movie. People crawled out of the theater. None of that creepy "squeal, piggy, piggy" stuff was in the script.
And I think he was going to. He had it up and he was going to bang him. It's the first and only time I have ever seen camera operators turn their heads away.
Finally, I couldn't stand it anymore. I ran into the scene, dove on McKinney, and pulled him off. Boorman, hot on my tracks, helped hold him down. Ned, who was crying from both rage and fear, found a big stick and started beating him on the head.
Half a dozen guys grabbed Ned and pulled him away. We separated the two of them and let things cool off. It's my category. But there are guys there that, it's not bad enough that there're brilliant actors, but one that's been knighted, you know?
It's unbelievable to me. And George C. Scott is right, unless we all played the same role, it really isn't quite fair.
I may streak again. I have no idea what my reaction will be, all I know is I'll go in with no expectations. He's the only holdout. He's not moving. Tough old guy.
I'm finding out to my own surprise, that I can do things I didn't think I could. I also felt like this thing will either crash and burn, be the biggest disaster of all time or the most talked about film of the year.
Quite honestly I needed a jump start and so it was a brave choice. I kept turning it down and then getting reassurances that we had humanity.
And the humanity was I was a surrogate father for damaged goods and the first day we read, I was astounded at the talent, these young actors who I hadn't worked with, some of 'em I didn't know.
And about minutes into the reading Mark Wahlberg came over and sat down beside me and he said, "How ya doin' Dad?
I was just talking to a very savvy casting director, who's been around for a long time, who said, "I'm so happy for you!
I said, "I wish this would never end. I wish there was never an award, a rush party, I don't want to join the fraternity. I just wanna go on with the rush part".
If I have any class--and that's probably debatable--it's due to Dinah. I can still fall; I just can't get up!
You're on such a fast track and you're up in such heady air you can't breathe, how the hell are you gonna smell the flowers if you can't breathe anyway?
That's why it's wonderful to happen now, when you don't expect it and if you live through it and come out the other side, you are so much more appreciative.
I think, not to sound too serious as you get older, I think you're a better person for it. Friends come in herds and they leave in herds. Hollywood loves an adventure, but you have to hit bottom.
Then they love to save you and be a part of it. Or think they're a part of it. I hope they understand that they are responsible for true joy.
But the people in the seats were saying, "Put him in there", and those are the ones that, if I ever win anything, they are more responsible than any producer in Hollywood, because they never, never walked away.
I just hope Billy Crystal doesn't get P. I am beginning to think there's a lot of nice people around in this business. If they give the award for being old, not giving up and for loving acting almost as much as loving life, then it's definitely mine.
I DO have the heart of a lion. Like me. Most females in my films come off very well. I give great assist. And if I'm lucky, I even score.
I'm terrified of not doing something so important and at the same time I think you shouldn't rush into these things.
It looks like a castle, but it was built in the s and at 4 o'clock in the morning you think you're in The Shining , you expect Jack Nicholson to jump out.
The hallway is a mile long. I came back and there was a crew there. They said, "Would you mind? And everybody said, "No, no, you gotta do it".
I'm sittin' in this chair thinking, "Well, I'm very calm. Well, of course they announced them alphabetically and, unless you're Maud Adams , you know you're gonna be late.
It just seemed like forever and then, when I heard it, I [was] dumbstruck, for lack of a better word. It was the people that have been around forever as friends.
It was Angie Dickinson , it was Ann-Margret , Jon Voight , Charles Durning , a whole lot of people that aren't in the industry who are very good friends and stunt men, I work with their grandsons now.
Then you realize how long you've been doing this. Hitchcock felt that way and I convey to his daughter that, needless to say, he was the best.
He goes from being perfectly sane to, within a quarter of a second, choking you to death and banging your head against the floor.
I've played wise-guys before, but I've never played a wise-guy who is as demented. There's a reason why they call him "Bats". It's not about the location "Jamaica?
I'll take it! It's about the words. I know I'll never be 1 again, but I'll be a working actor. And this time, I'll be a grownup.
It's time. We have a saying in the South: "No man's a man until his father tells him he is! But my son did. Now I was broke. Money woes stayed with me.
I grabbed whatever pictures were offered. Admittedly films like Malone , Rent-a-Cop and Switching Channels , all made between the end of and the middle of , helped my bank account.
But they were making me part of an endangered species, an old actor. However, there are times when you can be artistic, and times when you have to be realistic.
Soon afterward Clint Eastwood sent me a copy of the same best-selling book with a note saying, "This is Dirty Harry in Atlanta! The kind of film Robert Aldrich would've been great at, I knew from the get-go I had to direct.
Granted complete creative control, for me only the third time this had happened, I assembled my cast.
The film had one of the best crews I've ever worked with. Let me just say this about Charles Durning. He may be America's finest working actor today.
Right down to the soundtrack, a jazz fiend, I called my own list of all-stars. The picture opened at the end of the year to critical reviews that were beyond my expectations.
The reviews made me a hot director. Women are my drugs and alcohol. Burton Leon Reynolds Jr. His mother was a head nurse who encouraged her son to read and his father was an army colonel who later became police chief.
Reynolds attended Florida State University on a football scholarship. After being drafted by the Baltimore Colts, he suffered a career-ending injury and turned to drama, eventually winning a scholarship to the Hyde Park Playhouse.
In , Reynolds received his big break after he appeared in a New York City Center revival of Mister Roberts and subsequently signed a television contract.
Both handsome and charming, Reynolds increased his popularity in the early s by appearing on numerous talk shows, including Johnny Carson 's Tonight Show , on which he would become a frequent guest.
The film established Reynolds as both a star and a serious actor. He simultaneously became a major sex symbol when he was featured as the first nude male centerfold in Cosmopolitan magazine.
Bandit spawned and outings as well, while Reynolds's comedic car race epic The Cannonball Run , co-starring Farrah Fawcett and Roger Moore, yielded a sequel.
He also co-starred with friend Dom DeLuise in a number of projects during this era, including The End , which Reynolds directed, and the Cannonball films.
His film career waning by the mids, Reynolds returned to the small screen with the popular sitcom Evening Shade , for which he won an Emmy in and a Golden Globe in He also served as a recurring director for the series throughout its run, while working behind the scenes on a number of screen projects throughout the decade.
In the mids, Reynolds began his film comeback with his role as a drunken congressman in Striptease , starring Demi Moore.
Although the film was a critical failure with modest box office returns, Reynolds' performance earned widespread kudos. It was later reported that he and Anderson had major conflicts, with Reynolds not caring for the director's style and approach to filmmaking.
Reynolds also appeared in the Rowan Atkinson comedy Bean and co-starred in Mystery, Alaska in The actor continued to take on a variety of film roles, including an Adam Sandler remake of The Longest Yard and a reboot of the popular s show The Dukes of Hazzard
I have no idea what Sally thinks about it. It wasn't until more than three decades later that we would learn what really went on behind the scenes of the film adaptation of this Broadway music.
She also set the record straight about those romance rumors. Instead of engaging in a fiery, romantic relationship, Parton insisted they "were kind of like brother and sister.
In the movie, not in real life. The very first woman who stole Burt Reynolds' heart — and the woman with whom he shared his first kiss — was his high school girlfriend, Ann Lawlor Scurry.
Scurry spoke to the National Enquirer following Reynolds' death. She said they "went to lunch together regularly" prior to his passing, and she also let the world in on a huge secret: The electrifying entertainer, who was well-known for always having a stunning woman on his arm, was desperately lonely during his final years.
Leading up to the Gunsmoke star's death, he had battled an array of health issues. He had become very frail," she said.
He would later live there with his then-wife, actress Loni Anderson. According to the tab, he put the waterfront home on the market in and wound up selling it that year to his friend and neighbor, Charles Modica.
But there was one condition: Modica allowed Reynolds to continue living in the home until he passed away. That's what friends are for. Long after Burt Reynold's death, there seems to be a never-ending supply of stories about him and his lifestyle.
In addition to that bombshell, the entertainer's sister-in-law Maria claimed Reynolds was allegedly responsible for "the murder of a man named David Whiting" at an Arizona motel.
They got in a fight and he killed him," Maria claimed. Pete Marashi. Show all 35 episodes. Evening Shade TV Series co-executive producer - 24 episodes, - executive producer - 2 episodes, - - The Fabulous Frazier Girls Self - Guest.
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