Burt Reynolds has died at the age of 82, Us Weekly can confirm exclusively.
A source tells Us the actor went into cardiac arrest at a hospital in Florida on Thursday, September 6. His family was by his side.
Reynolds rose to fame in the â€˜70s for his breakout role as Lewis Medlock in Deliverance. The actor, who has nearly 200 film and TV credits, also starred in multiple successful films including 1974â€™s The Longest Yard, 1977â€™s Smokey and the Bandit, 1996â€™s Striptease and 1997â€™s Boogie Nights, the latter of which earned him an Oscar nomination.
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