Burt Reynolds is may be taken out of the intensive care unit "very soon," according to the actor's spokesperson Erik Kritzerafter. The 76-year-old actor was hospitalized in Florida on Friday, January 25, to treat flu symptoms.
In a statement to OTRC.com on January 26, Kritzer said, "Burt's fever is down and we believe he should be taken out of ICU very soon."
Reynolds currently lives in Florida. He is known for roles in "Smokey and the Bandit," "Deliverance," "Gunsmoke," "The Cannonball Run" and "Boogie Nights," which earned him an Oscar nomination in the Best Actor in a Supporting Role category.
The actor recently lent his voice to shows like "Archer" and "American Dad!" and appeared in the 2011 TV movie "Reel Love" with LeAnn Rimes. He has also had guest appearances on "Burn Notice" and "My Name Is Earl."