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Burt Reynolds was one of a kind guy!  Loved his movies. Rest in Peace
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Burt Reynolds 'intentionally' leaves son Quinton out of his will and selects his niece to be the executor of his estate - but revealed he already provided for his only child with a trust

Burt Reynolds 'intentionally' leaves son Quinton out of his will

Reynolds named Nancy Lee Brown Hess as the executor of his will, which he signed in 2011. He only made one mention of his son Quentin Anderson Reynolds, a 30-year-old camera assistant in Hollywood. '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,' Reynolds' will reads. Quinton will reportedly continue to receive money from the trust, which Reynolds may have created to avoid estate taxes.


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'This would hurt him': Sally Field is relieved that Burt Reynolds did not read her memoir before he died because she describes their relationship as 'confusing and complicated'

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Sally Field's write about her enduring relationship with the late Burt Reynolds (together, left) in her upcoming memoir. She says she is relieved he will not get to read what she is revealing, as he would find it hurtful. During actress Sally Field's decades in the entertainment business, when it comes to her personal life, it is her relationship with Burt Reynolds that left its biggest public imprint, and now she will reveal their darker parts of their connection in her memoir 'In Pieces' out later this month. In her memoir, Sally says she was sexually abused as an adolescent, by her stepfather, actor Jock Malone (right).  She says in retrospect, on her intense five year romance with Burt, she was trying to recreate the relationship she had with her abuser. 'I was somehow exorcising something that needed to be exorcised,' she told the Times. 'I was trying to make it work this time.'


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a friend in need is a friend indeed burt was fortunate to have a friend like that
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Burt Reynolds lived out his final years at Florida home thanks to real estate magnate who bought it for $3.3 million and rented it to him for low price

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Burt Reynolds, who died last week at age 82 of a heart attack, had a history of financial woes after sliding into bankruptcy more than 20 years ago.

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Perfect pad to spend your Boogie Nights! Burt Reynolds' massive Florida ranch, where he shot scenes for Smokey and the Bandit II, to be developed into 30 luxury homes with price tags starting at $1 million

Burt Reynolds' massive ranch is being developed into multi-million dollar homes

Burt Reynolds' famed Florida ranch will reportedly be developed into multi-million dollar homes. The Jupiter Farms ranch sits on 160 acres of land in Jupiter, Florida, where the Hollywood actor shot scenes from Smokey and the Bandit II. Reynolds' ranch also played host to several movie stars who were occasionally spotted as they came to shoot scenes for Striptease and B.L. Stryker. But now, the massive ranch will be developed into 30 lots with homes starting at $1 million to $1.5 million. Owners will even be allowed to have horse stalls on their lots. Reynolds passed away on Thursday after going into cardiac arrest. He was 82 years old.

Facebook is forced to apologize after REMOVING Burt Reynolds' Cosmo centerfold photo from fans' pages for 'violating nudity rules'

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Facebook is apologizing for removing nude pictures of the late Burt Reynolds in a 1972 Cosmo centerfold from tribute posts. Reynolds died on September 6 at 82 from cardiac arrest.

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'He's struggling to breathe': Harrowing 911 call reveals the desperate fight to keep Burt Reynolds alive before he died of a heart attack, age 82

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Sad news.  Burt was one of the greatest!   Loved Smokey and the Bandit best- BUT all his movies.
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Personal Note:  Burt was one of my favorite actors from Gunsmoke days to the movies, and when we lived in Jupiter Farms, he was our neighbor!  Although we never saw Burt, we did see Loni Anderson a few times shopping.  Burt did a lot for the Town of Jupiter, something few outside that area knows.   He had a feed store and FREE PETTING ZOO on his ranch (we lived near the ranch)   He also owned a Dinner Theater and the BACKSTAGE lounge, where Tammy and I often went for special occasions.   We saw DONALD TRUMP at the bar there one night --- Alone.

BURT, RIP!  I will miss you.

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Deliverance star and beloved Hollywood icon for four decades, Burt Reynolds dies from heart attack, aged 82

Smokey and the Bandit star Burt Reynolds dies from heart attack, aged 82

Burt Reynolds (pictured center in April) went into cardiac arrest at a hospital in Florida on Thursday with his family at his side. Reynolds was best known for his roles in 1977's Smokey and the Bandit (top right), 1972's Deliverance (left) and 1997's Boogie Nights - the last of which earned him an Oscar nomination. He was also filming Quentin Tarantino's new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood alongside Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. The film is expected to hit theaters in 2019. Reynolds' health was previously a concern and the actor underwent heart surgery in 2010.

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