Burt Reynolds Net Worth: Burt Reynolds is an American actor, director and voice artist who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Burt Reynolds rose to fame in the 70s and 80s, appearing in such films as "Smokey and the Bandit", "Deliverance", and "The Longest Yard". Since then he has appeared in such films and television shows as "Boogie Nights", "Without a Paddle", and "Burn Notice". Born Burton Leon Reynolds, Jr. on February 11, 1936, in Lansing, Michigan, he has been actively putting his acting chops on show in the ever-changing world of Hollywood 30 years from now. Be it in action or drama films, Reynolds has never ceased to dazzle audiences with his boyish charms and yet undeniably natural talents. Some of his most notable roles include "Deliverance" (1972), "The Longest Yard" (1975), "Smokey and the Bandit" (1977), "The Cannonball Run" (1981) and "Boogie Nights" (1997). He recognized acting as his true calling in the late 1950s, but still, it took him some time find his niche. He finally made his breakthrough with his role in the gripping thriller "Deliverance" that thrust him into the spotlight, finally putting an end to his dreams of football stardom. Easygoing by nature and enjoying a reputation of a ladies' man, Reynolds translated his early success in a great number of hit comedies and action flicks throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Of course, there were times when Burt Reynolds' career was shrouded with flops and personal setbacks, but he has established himself both as a Oscar winning actor and not so shiny director.
Financial Problems: In November 2014 it was reported that Burt is experiencing severe financial problems. He was allegedly forced to sell off many of his prized possessions and movie memorabilia in order to satisfy nearly $10 million worth of debt. He is also reportedly facing foreclosure on his Florida home after failing to pay $1.2 million worth of his mortgage payments. Burt declined reports that he was broke and claimed that he was selling memorabilia because he no longer has any use for it and was sick of seeing his face everywhere.