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He then directed his second film, The End , a black comedy, playing a role originally written for Woody Allen.
More popular was a car comedy he made with Needham and Field, Hooper , where he played a stuntman. But when you're doing films that are somewhat similar to each other, as I've been doing, people take it for granted.
He turned down the role played by Alan Alda in California Suite because he felt the part was too small.
He also said, "I'd rather direct than act. I'd rather do that than anything. It's the second-best sensation I've ever had. Reynolds tried a change of pace with Starting Over , a romantic comedy again co-starring Clayburgh and Candice Bergen ; it was co-written and produced by James L.
He played a jewel thief in Rough Cut produced by Merrick, who fired and then rehired director Don Siegel during filming.
Reynolds had two huge hits with car films directed by Needham, Smokey and the Bandit II and The Cannonball Run He starred in David Steinberg 's film Paternity and directed himself in a tough action film, Sharky's Machine Reynolds wanted to try a musical again and so agreed to do The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas It was a box-office hit, as was Best Friends with Goldie Hawn.
In , Reynolds was voted the most popular star in the US for the fifth year in a row. The only thing I really enjoy is this business, and I think my audience knows that.
I've never been able to figure out exactly who that audience is. I know there have been a few pictures even my mother didn't go see, but there's always been an audience for them.
I guess it is because they always know that I give it percent, and good or bad, there's going to be quite a lot of me in that picture. That's what they're looking for.
I don't have any pretensions about wanting to be Hamlet. I would just like to be the best Burt Reynolds around.
James L. Brooks offered Reynolds the role of astronaut Garrett Breedlove in Terms of Endearment but he turned it down to do Stroker Ace , another car chase comedy directed by Needham.
The Endearment role went to Jack Nicholson , who went on to win an Academy Award. Reynolds said he made this decision because "I felt I owed Hal more than I owed Jim " but Stroker Ace flopped.
Reynolds felt this was a turning point in his career from which he never recovered. The Man Who Loved Women , directed by Blake Edwards , also flopped.
In an interview around this time he said:. Getting to the top has turned out to be a hell of a lot more fun than staying there. I've got Tom Selleck crawling up my back.
I'm in my late 40s. I realize I have four or five more years where I can play certain kinds of parts and get away with it.
That's why I'm leaning more and more toward directing and producing. I don't want to be stumbling around town doing Gabby Hayes parts a few years from now.
I'd like to pick and choose and maybe go work for a perfume factory like Mr. Cary Grant , and look wonderful with everybody saying, 'Gee, I wish he hadn't retired.
Cannonball Run II , directed by Needham, brought in some money but only half of the original. City Heat , which teamed Reynolds and Eastwood, was mildly popular but was considered a major critical and box office disappointment.
Reynolds was badly injured during filming when he was hit in the jaw with a real chair instead of a breakaway prop, causing him excruciating chronic pain and a sharp weight loss that resulted in rumors circulating for years that he had AIDS.
Reynolds returned to directing with Stick , from an Elmore Leonard novel, but it was both a critical and commercial failure.
So too were three other action films he made: Heat , based on a William Goldman novel, Malone , and Rent-a-Cop with Liza Minnelli.
I had to get out and be seen. Reynolds attempted a screwball comedy, Switching Channels , but it too was a box office disappointment. Even more poorly received was Physical Evidence , directed by Michael Crichton.
Reynolds received excellent reviews for the caper comedy Breaking In , but the commercial reception was poor.
The atmosphere changed. Reynolds returned to TV series with B. Stryker — It ran two seasons, during which time Reynolds played a supporting part in Modern Love Reynolds then starred in a sitcom, Evening Shade —94 as Woodward "Wood" Newton.
The program was a considerable success and ran for four seasons and 98 episodes. This role earned him an Emmy Award. During his tenure on Evening Shade , Reynolds was seen in other projects.
This started with a cameo in The Player Three projects followed in Reynolds, Chuck Norris , and Lou Diamond Phillips were among the guests.
Reynolds starred and directed. When Evening Shade ended, Reynolds played the lead in a horror film, The Maddening However, he gradually moved into being more of a character actor — he had key support roles in Citizen Ruth , an early work from Alexander Payne , and Striptease with Demi Moore.
He had to audition for the latter. The film's producer later said, "To be honest, we were not enthusiastic at first.
There was the hair and his reputation, but we were curious. Reynolds was a supporting actor in Frankenstein and Me , Mad Dog Time , The Cherokee Kid , Meet Wally Sparks with Rodney Dangerfield , and Bean with Rowan Atkinson.
He had the lead in Raven , a straight-to-video action film. In , Reynolds' agent said "Regarding Burt, there's a split between the executives in town who are under 40 and those who are over The younger executives are more open to Burt because they grew up loving Deliverance.
But the older executives remember how crazy he was, and they are less receptive. Reynolds appeared as an adult film director in the hit film Boogie Nights , which was considered a comeback role for him; he received 12 acting awards and 3 nominations for the role, including a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor , Reynolds' first and only nomination for the award.
He had the lead in Big City Blues and supporting roles in Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms and Universal Soldier III: Unfinished Business Reynolds returned to directing with Hard Time , an action TV film starring himself.
It led to two sequels, which he did not direct, Hard Time: The Premonition and Hard Time: Hostage Hotel the latter directed by Hal Needham.
He starred in the straight-to-video The Hunter's Moon , Stringer , and Waterproof He played supporting roles in Pups and Mystery, Alaska , and had the lead in The Crew alongside Richard Dreyfuss.
Reynolds directed The Last Producer , starring himself, and was second-billed in Renny Harlin 's Driven , starring Sylvester Stallone.
He was also in Tempted , Hotel directed by Mike Figgis , and The Hollywood Sign He voiced Avery Carrington in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City , released in Reynolds was top-billed in Snapshots with Julie Christie , Time of the Wolf , and Hard Ground , and had supporting roles in Johnson County War with Tom Berenger , and Miss Lettie and Me with Mary Tyler Moore.
He was in a series of supporting roles that referred to earlier performances: Without a Paddle , a riff on his role in Deliverance , The Longest Yard , a remake of his hit with Adam Sandler playing Reynolds' old role while Reynolds played the Michael Conrad part from the original ; and The Dukes of Hazzard as Boss Hogg in a nod to his performances in s car chase films.
Reynolds continued to play lead roles in films such as Cloud 9 , Forget About It , Deal , and A Bunch of Amateurs , and supporting parts in End Game , Grilled , Broken Bridges , In the Name of the King , Not Another Not Another Movie , and Reel Love Reynolds voiced himself as the Mayor of Steelport in Saints Row: The Third , released in Players could recruit Reynolds as a "homie" depending on their in-game choices.
See them on the run in SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT, in 35mm this Sat. The American actor, Burton Reynolds Jr.
And he evidently made his mark. Reynolds was first married to English actress Judy Carne. The couple tied the knot in , only to divorce two years later.
After numerous failed relationships, the actor married American actress, Loni Anderson. The two lived as a married couple from and adopted a son named Quinton.
Later in their marriage, Reynolds fell in love with a cocktail waitress, leading to their divorce in The actor died of cardiac arrest at the age of 82, on September 6, Sally Margaret Field, American actress, director, and writer, was born on November 6, According to Fox News, Reynolds' possessions were put into a trust, which would be solely controlled by Hess.
The actor had not snubbed his son. Instead, Quinton was mentioned in the documents in a section that read: "I intentionally omit him from this, my Last Will and Testament, as I have provided for him during my lifetime in my Declaration of Trust.
Burt had expressed how much he loved and admired Quinton. He's a wonderful young man and is now working as a camera assistant in Hollywood," he told Closer Weekly.
I love him very much,". However, we never could have predicted what happened next. After Burt was cremated and his ashes reportedly scattered at sea , Jimmy underwent "knee surgery, and hurt his hip," a source told Radar Online.
A mere six months after his famous brother's death, on March 15, , Jimmy died in Hollywood, Fla. His cause of death was a heart attack — the same health crisis Burt reportedly succumbed to.
Despite not featuring in many big-budget Hollywood productions, Burt Reynolds made sure he continued to remain active in his final years.
Reynolds had run into financial troubles during his life, so finding work was still important to him, even in his 80s. Although he might have found himself pretty much broke by the time he passed away, Reynolds said he regretted not spending more money.
He had reportedly been in ill health for quite some time but when it was time to meet his maker Reynolds succumbed to a heart attack.
He left a big hole behind as tributes came flooding in for the legendary film star. His ex-wife Loni Anderson hosted a memorial service for Reynolds while Sally Field also acknowledged her time with the star.
The film star had high hopes of becoming an All-American football player, but he suffered an injury that ruled that career path out. It would still take some time before Reynolds landed a big role and he spent a lot of time in and out of work as an actor after college.
The film was remarkable because the leading men insisted on doing most of their stunts themselves, just helping Reynolds become the heartthrob he would later develop into.
The film was one of the most successful in the s, and with Reynolds leading the line the star was big news.
He starred opposite Sally Field, and the couple fell in love almost immediately as they started their adventure across America together.
Reynold and Field dated for several years, and this was the start of an intense relationship that would see them star alongside each other in four films.
Years later Reynolds would admit that Field was the love of his life. He expressed regrets over the way their relationship panned out, and he seemed to suggest he thought she was the one that got away.
Reynolds was very complimentary of Field, saying that he loved living with her and she is one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood.
Field admitted that while there were ups, there were also downs in their relationship. In fact from to Reynolds was the number one box office draw as a leading man.
Reynolds also talked about his efforts to get Field cast in 's "Smokey and the Bandit" with him; he says he was initially told Field was not sexy enough for the role.
Field did end up co-starring with Reynolds in the film and around that time they became one of Hollywood's most talked-about couples. This is not the first time Reynolds has waxed poetic about Field.
In , he told Event Magazine, "That sense of loss never goes away.SeptemberUhr Leserempfehlung Und auch unsre Kinder, die uns brauchen. Zurück Weiter.