Mark Wahlberg, Sylvester Stallone, and Dolly Parton have responded to the death of actor Burt Reynolds.
“Burt Reynolds was one of my heroes, he was a forerunner,” writes Arnold Schwarzenegger on Twitter. “He showed the way how to turn athlete into a top actor.”

“There are times in your life that are so indelible that they never fade, they continue to live, even forty years later,” Sally Field, his co-star and former lover, says in a statement.

“Rest easy legend and friend”, tweet Mark Walhberg with a photo of himself and the late actor in Boogie Nights.

 

“We will miss his funny laugh”
“Very sad to hear about the death of Burt Reynolds, he was a great actor, a philanthropist and a pioneer of the cool mustache, thanks, Burt, you will be missed,” writes Steve Harvey.

 


“How sad I am with millions of Burt fans today,” writes Dolly Parton. “I know we will always miss his funny laugh, that mischievous twinkle in his eyes and his crazy sense of humor.”

 

Reynolds died on Thursday morning in Florida on the consequences of a heart attack. The actor, known for roles in films such as Smokey and the Bandit and Boogie Nights , was 82 years old.