Burt Reynolds 'intentionally' leaves son Quinton out of his will and selects his niece to be the executor of his estate – but revealed he already provided for his only child with a trust

Burt Reynolds intentionally left out his 30-year-old son Quinton Anderson Reynolds (pictured together in 2004) from his will, according to court documents

Burt Reynolds left out his only child from his will before he died.

It has been revealed the legendary actor intentionally did not include his 30-year-old son Quinton Anderson Reynolds, according to court documents obtained by TMZ 

Reynolds, who passed away from a heart attack on September 6, named his niece Nancy Lee Brown Hess as the executor of his will, which he signed in October 2011.

Hess is now the personal representative of Reynolds’ estate and will control his possessions, which have been placed into a trust.

Reynolds, who was 82, only made one mention of Quinton in his will, although it appears to clarify that he has not disinherited his son.

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