Knowledge Identifier: +Burt_Reynolds
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1936.
Countries: United States (74%), United Kingdom (7%), (7%)
Linked to: Florida State University, American Broadcasting Company, Chicago Film Critics Association, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association
In 1946, the Reynolds family moved to Riviera Beach, Florida
In 1960 and 1961, he appeared in two episodes of the syndicated series "The Blue Angels", about elite fliers of the United States Navy
Noah Beery, Jr. - In 1960, he replaced Burt Reynolds in the co-starring role in "Riverboat," an NBC western series starring Darren McGavin
Kieu Chinh - In the 1960s, in addition to Vietnamese films, she appeared in several American productions including "A Yank in Viet-Nam" and "Operation C.I.A." , the latter opposite Burt Reynolds
Collin Wilcox (actress) - She starred in the 1961 play "Look, We've Come Through" with Burt Reynolds on Broadway
He is remembered too for the role of Quint Asper, the blacksmith/ de facto deputy, and half-Native American on CBS's "Gunsmoke" from 1962 to 1965
Gunsmoke - In 1962, Burt Reynolds was added to the show's lineup, as the "halfbreed" blacksmith Quint Asper and elipsed the span during characters Chester Goode and Festus Haggen
In 1963, he played a character named Rocky in "The Twilight Zone" episode 155 "The Bard" in which he amusingly lampooned his then-lookalike Marlon Brando
Judy Carne - Carne was married to actor Burt Reynolds from 1963 to 1965, and producer Robert Bergmann from 1970 to 1971
Jack Weston - They occasionally appeared together, an example being a 1963 episode of "The Twilight Zone" titled "The Bard", which featured a young Burt Reynolds
Reynolds' first Spaghetti Western, "Navajo Joe", came out in 1966
John Ritter - After his graduation from USC in 1970, his first TV acting experience was a campus revolutionary in the TV series, "Dan August", starring Burt Reynolds and Norman Fell
Christopher George - During this time, he portrayed Dan August in the television film "House on Greenapple Road" , which evolved into the 1970-71 series "Dan August" starring Burt Reynolds
Dinah Shore - In the early 1970s, Shore had a long and happy public romance with actor Burt Reynolds, who was 20 years her junior
Tammy Wynette - Wynette was linked romantically with actor Burt Reynolds and musician Rudy Gatlin in the mid to late 1970s but said Richey was her "true love" when she met him, and theirs was her longest marriage
Ford Custom - A brown 1971 Custom 500 4-door sedan with a blue interior, equipped with a 429 Police Interceptor/Cobra Jet engine and black steel wheels with Cooper Tire Wide Runner Polyglas tires, appeared in the 1973 Burt Reynolds film "White Lightning" and is perhaps the most famous Custom 500 ever
Bo Hopkins - Bo Hopkins' first major role in a film was in "White Lightning", a 1973 cult classic that starred Burt Reynolds and Ned Beatty
Robert Tessier - Although Tessier starred in many films and TV roles over his career, probably two of his best remembered film roles were as the menacing, karate-wielding convict "Shokner" in the 1974 comedy-drama "The Longest Yard" with Burt Reynolds and as Kevin in "The Deep"
Michael Conrad - He had a memorable role in the 1974 film, "The Longest Yard", playing Nate Scarboro, a retired NFL tight end who was an assistant coach for the Mean Machine, the team of prisoners put together by Burt Reynolds' character Paul Crewe to play the team of guards
Jerry Reed - In 1974, he co-starred with his close friend Burt Reynolds in the film "W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings"
Conny Van Dyke - She co-starred in "W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings" in 1975 with Burt Reynolds
Kristy McNichol - McNichol began her feature film career in the Burt Reynolds comedy "The End" in 1978
Tara Buckman - Often cast in minor roles in larger budget films, Tara appeared in the Burt Reynolds vehicles "Hooper" and "The Cannonball Run" in 1978 and 1981, respectively
He appeared in a movie version of the popular 1980s TV series "The Dukes of Hazzard", as Boss Hogg
Elizabeth Ashley - Having appeared in a Burt Reynolds comedy film, "Paternity" in 1981 and as a guest star in his television series "B.L. Stryker" in 1989, Ashley became a cast member of Reynolds' next television series, "Evening Shade", from 1990-1994 as "Freida"
Peter Billingsley - His role in 1981's "Paternity" opposite Burt Reynolds earned a nomination for "Best Young Comedian - Motion Picture or Television" at The Young Artist *awards
Ramon Estevez - Estevez's plays include a 1982 Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre performance in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Cale Yarborough - He appeared in the 1983 Burt Reynolds movie "Stroker Ace"
Loni Anderson - She and future husband Burt Reynolds made one film together, the 1983 stock-car racing comedy "Stroker Ace", a box-office failure
Norman D. Golden II - In 1993, Golden starred in the motion picture "Cop and a Half" with Burt Reynolds
Keith Carradine - They met in 1997 when they co-starred in the Burt Reynolds film "The Hunter's Moon"
In 2005, he co-starred in a remake of "The Longest Yard", with Adam Sandler who played the role of Paul Crewe, which had been Reynolds' role in the 1974 original
The Longest Yard (1974 film) - Burt Reynolds portrayed Paul "Wrecking" Crewe in this, the coach Nate Scarborough in the 2005 remake
Steve Gibb - In September 2006, Gibb, his father and brother Ashley, wrote "Drown on the River", which is included in the Burt Reynolds 2007 film "Deal"
In July 2010, he guest-starred as an ex-CIA agent being hunted down by a team of Russian assassins who wanted to kidnap, interrogate, kill him, on USA's "Burn Notice"