RIP Burt Reynolds

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Legendary actor Burt Reynolds passed away today of a heart attack at the age of 82.

It's interesting that just a couple of years ago, he was in my hometown filming an indie movie with Chevy Chase and Ariel Winter . . . I guess that was his last role ever.
 

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To younger viewers, he's also known as the voice of Charlie B. Barkin in All Dogs Go to Heaven.
 

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Or, more specifically, the first voice of Charlie. IIRC, Charlie Sheen did his voice in the sequel (sounding nothing like Charlie B. Barkin).
 

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I always liked his appearance on Sesame Street when he said the alphabet.... In a very calming, ASMR like way.

And of course, his performance in All Dogs Go to Heaven.

May he R.I.P.
 

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I was never really a big fan of Burt, but I am sad for anyone who is a fan, as they’ve lost a huge icon
 

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To game show fans, he also co-created Win, Lose or Draw with host Bert Convy (Burt & Bert Productions). The set was even modeled after Burt's living room, interestingly enough.
 
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