Sally Field is mourning the death of her ex-boyfriend and co-star Burt Reynolds.
The previous five years starred in four films together, including Smokey And The Bandit of 1977 and its 1980 sequel.
There are moments in your life that are so indelible, that they never fade away. They are still alive, even 40 years later, "Us Weekly said in a statement.
Heartbroken: Sally Field is mourning the death of her ex-boyfriend and co-star Burt Reynolds. She is seen here in New York earlier this year
& # 39; My years with Burt never leave me. He will be in my story and my heart, as long as I live. Rest my friend.
Reynolds died on Thursday, at the age of 82.
The couple met on the set of their iconic comedy truckers, and was in fashion for five years, was also co-star of the comedies Hooper and The End during that period, in addition to Smokey And The Bandit II.
In a 2015 interview with Vanity Fair, Reynolds called Field & # 39; the love of my life & # 39;
On and off the screen: The five-year-old couple starred in four films together, including Smokey And The Bandit of 1977 and its 1980 sequel
Romance: the couple met on the set of their truckers comedy
I miss her terribly. Even now, it's hard for me, "he said." I do not know why I was so stupid. "Men are like that, you know," find the perfect person and then do everything they can to ruin it. "
Reynolds had wives on both sides of his relationship with Field; He was married to Judy Carne from 1963 to 1965, and to Loni Anderson from 1988 to 1993.
He had only one son, Quinton, 30, whom he adopted with Anderson.
Field also had a spouse on each side of the relationship; She was married to Steve Craig from 1968 to 1975; and Alan Greisman from 1984 to 1993.
She shares children Peter, 48, and Eli, 46, with her first husband, and her son Samuel, 30, with her second.
One who escaped: in a 2015 interview with Vanity Fair, Reynolds called Field & # 39; the love of my life & # 39;