Actor Burt Reynolds appears frail during rare public appearance at Comic Con

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PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — Legendary actor Burt Reynolds made a rare public appearance in Philadelphia on Saturday.

Reynolds, 79, appeared at Wizard World Comic Con.

According to People Magazine, Reynolds participated in an audience question and answer.

The actor was photographed arriving to the event wearing rose-colored glasses and carrying a cane to walk.

Reynolds’ second memoir, “But Enough About Me,” is expected to hit shelves in November. According to People Magazine, the actor told attendees at Comic Con that the book will focus on the people he worked with throughout his career and delve into his many famous loves including Sally Field, Dinah Shore and Loni Anderson.

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