Burt Reynolds the Last Movie Star who started his film career half a century ago is no more. He died on Thursday, according to his agent Todd Eisner. He was 82 years old. He ruled the film industry with his charming personality and amazing mustache.
He worked in hit movies like, Smokey and the Bandit” and “Boogie Nights.” According to his agent he suffered a cardiac arrest and died. He was an iconic Hollywood movie star. He was founder of Burt Reynolds Institute for Film & Theatre located in his home state of Florida.
He drew attention of people by performing role of Rep. David Dilbeck in the 1996 film “Striptease.” Striptease didn’t do well on Box office but Burt Reynolds proved his comedy skills in this film and gained huge popularity.