'He Was Such a Delight': Jon Voight Remembers Burt Reynolds on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'
Academy Award winner Jon Voight will join Mark Levin on Life, Liberty & Levin Sunday to discuss his career, current events and the direction to which the country's moral compass is pointing.
He will also discuss the passing of Burt Reynolds, with which he starred in the 1972 drama "Deliverance."
Reynolds died at the age of 82 on Thursday from cardiac arrest.
Voight said that Reynolds was one of the gods of the film industry.
"We all fell in love with the Bandit," he said, referring to Reynolds' character in 1977's "Smokey and the Bandit."
Voight told Levin a story of when both actors were filming "Deliverance," and Reynolds repeatedly sat in a seat on set that was designated for Voight.
He said that after 10 days of Reynolds sitting in his specified chair, he asked him why.
"He said, 'Well Jon it's quite simple. When I sit in your chair, I can see my name on my chair,'" Voight said. "He was like that. He was such a delight."
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