Burt Reynolds is ready to bare all in his new memoir.
"I wanted to set the record straight," Burt, 79, said of the book, due out this fall. "Not only about my relationships with Dinah [Shore], Sally [Field] and Loni [Anderson], but also about the things that people don't know about me."
Burt as "Bandit" in 1997's 'Smokey And The Bandit.' (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The autobiography, titled 'But Enough About Me,' chronicles everything from the iconic star's Southern upbringing and his rise to stardom to his highly-publicized romances and friendships with Hollywood legends including Clark Gable, Bette Davis and Frank Sinatra.
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"I talk about marching for equal rights with Ossie Davis and Dr. King, going to prison with Jimmy Carter, to Europe with [British actress] Lesley-Anne Down and Clint Eastwood [and] saying 'No!' to Queen Elizabeth," he revealed of the book's content.
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"Whether you adore him as a megawatt movie star, a sex symbol, a TV star or simply a cultural icon with an unforgettable mustache and waggish sense of humor, Burt Reynolds is beloved by fans across generations and demographics," Kerri Kolen, the executive editor at G.P Putnam's Sons publishing, said.
"In his new memoir, he will pull out all the stops and share his singular and unforgettable stories — from the jaw-dropping to the heart-rending," Kolen added.
This autobiography isn't the first book Burt has written — he previously penned a memoir titled 'My Life' in 1994 and co-authored the children's book 'Barkley Unleashed A Pirate' in 1997. 'But Enough About Me' is set to hit bookstores this November.
Burt spoke to 'People' magazine.
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