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With his devil-may-care attitude, a permanent twinkle in his eyes and his trademark mustache, good-ol'-boy Reynolds was the bankable box-office star of the s and early '80s — accumulating a string of box-office hits and unforgettable appearances on "The Tonight Show" couch with his "dear friend," host Johnny Carson. Reynolds was known for his personal dramas off the screen: his high-profile lost love with his "Smokey" co-star Sally Field and a messy divorce from actress Loni Anderson, a string of box-office clunkers that tanked his career, and well-chronicled financial problems. Reynolds re-emerged last year for personal project "The Last Movie Star," which looked into the life of a faded star filled with regret and longing, an exaggerated version of the actor content to living a mostly quiet life in Jupiter, Florida.
Burt Reynolds, who was set to appear next summer in the all-star cast of director Quentin Tarantino's next film, died in the morning at a hospital near his South Florida home. At the peak of his career, Reynolds was one of the most bankable actors in the film industry, reeling off a series of box-office smashes until a career downturn in the mids. With his trademark mustache, rugged looks and macho aura, Reynolds was a leading male sex symbol of the s.
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Saturday Night Live may well be the longest running comedy show in the history of television. The first cast was a few years older than me, though I still considered them my peers. We didn't know each other personally, but it felt like we did.
There's a Steven Wright joke that goes, "I came home the other day and found that everything in my house had been stolen and replaced with an exact replica. Kind of like if Jack Nicholson walked through a movie pulling his hairline back and saying nothing but "Wait'll they get a load of me" over and over. The exception is Jamey Sheridan, who plays Bill Pullman.
Hepburn and Tracy, Burns and Allen, Powell and Loy, Hope and Crosby -- the names of these movie pairs conjure up an image of Hollywood's long-gone good old days. Casting the perfect team isn't as easy as it used to be. Crockett and Tubbs of television's Miami Vice come to mind in the absence of fun couples, comedy duos, and sleuths on the sly.
Burt Reynolds, the charismatic star of such films as DeliveranceThe Longest Yard and Smokey and the Bandit who set out to have as much fun as possible on and off the screen — and wildly succeeded — has died. He was Though beloved by audiences for his brand of frivolous, good-ol'-boy fare, the playful Reynolds rarely was embraced by the critics.
Yet today, despite further plaudits that Gorman received during a long stage and screen career, his name does not resonate as readily as was expected after that remarkable, Tony-winning performance. Indeed, inwhen director Bob Fosse was ready to cast the film version of Lenny, he approached not Gorman but Dustin Hoffman. Initially, Hoffman declined the role because he had been so impressed by Gorman's performance; it was only after Fosse convinced him that Gorman was not a big enough "name" to get the part that he agreed to do it.