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He is in danger of losing his beloved four-acre waterfront estate in Hobe Sound, Florida, as spiralling debts and a series of bad investments threaten to plunge him into bankruptcy – for a second time.
And 20 years after starring in one of Hollywood’s most acrimonious divorces, splitting from the improbably voluptuous TV actress Loni Anderson, that ancient marital break-up is threatening to cripple him financially yet again.
There are a couple of actors who are quite brilliant with the way they've handled their money." MORE: EXCLUSIVE: Burt Reynolds Says ' I Am Not Broke' says that at his peak, Reynolds was making million per year.
He owned seven properties, including Valhalla, a private jet, numerous sports cars, 150 horses and over 0,000 worth of toupees. You find the perfect person, and then you do everything you can to screw it up." WATCH: 50 Cent Speaks Out on Bankruptcy Filing Over his lengthy career, the 's Judy Carne, as well as romancing Field, Dinah Shore and Chris Evert.
You find the perfect person, and then you do everything you can to screw it up.” PHOTOS: '80s hunks -- then and now Reynolds, 79, and the They split in the early ‘80s, and each went on to marry other people — Field, to her second husband, producer Alan Greisman, in 1984, and Reynolds to Loni Anderson in 1988. Back in his heyday, Reynolds was known to be a bit of a ladies’ man in the vein of George Clooney, dating everyone from Adrienne Barbeau to Dinah Shore. But you have to learn to back off and do as good as you can in your chosen profession. And the best way to screw it up is having too much of a good thing.” PHOTOS: '90s TV stars -- then and now Reynolds previously made headlines after he disappeared from the public eye for a few years, fueling speculation that he was having health and financial issues.Reynolds says that Sally Field, who he dated in the '70s before breaking up in the '80s, is the "love of my life," even though they haven't been together for decades. 'My dad never told me he loved me but, towards the end of his life, he told me he was proud of me. The Bond people approached me in 1970 after George Lazenby had quit the role. I’d go to her art deco house in Los Angeles, sit on her bed and listen to her talk all day. I’d love to have one more night with her, listening to her tales about Hollywood’s golden age.It’s cute to imagine a time when it wasn’t second nature for celebrities to air their dirty laundry on national television. they look at him: ‘You bad person with a mustache, you must be evil and terrible.’ "And in this case, [that’s] really not how it was.” RELATED: The 10 most outrageous Oscars moments that you — and the Internet — have forgotten about So what actually happened between the two of them? (Here’s a sneak peek: Field describes herself as “like a high-school kid.”) “Relationships have to go through rough times,” Field went on. those hard times make it better.” RELATED: Sally field reveals her amazing response when agent said she wasn't 'pretty enough' Field and Reynolds met on the set of Smokey and the Bandit in 1977 and dated for five years.Check out Sally Field’s blushing response on TODAY in 1980 to being asked why Burt Reynolds, her main squeeze at the time, didn’t accompany her to the Oscars. Although their relationship might seem like ancient history at this point, Burt said in “Vanity Fair”s December 2015 issue that he still considers Field “the love of his life.” The two don’t seem to have rekindled their romance, though. Stay tuned to see if Field has some more “true confessions” for us when she visits TODAY on Monday.“It’s a sad situation for a guy who was once a major box-office draw with millions of fans and a fat bank balance,” says a friend.“This financial misery is wearing Burt down.”Anderson, aged 68, won a recent court case demanding Reynolds cough up the £58,000 that remains unpaid from her £140,000 divorce settlement following their bitter break-up in 1994.With hit movies including Smokey And The Bandit, Deliverance, The Cannonball Run and The Longest Yard the screen hunk dominated the global box offi ce and was Hollywood’s highest paid star, raking in millions.Such days are long gone for Reynolds, 78, who is praying for deliverance from financial disaster that could leave him homeless.But I stuck to acting and never had the chance to find out. I did four movies with Sally and spent five years with her. She could pick up the phone and speak to me but she never does. She was the love of my life and I screwed the relationship up.