In his heyday Burt Reynolds was huge.
He was Hollywood's biggest box-office star from 1978 to 1982, an unparalleled run following his starring role in Smokey and the Bandit.
He had money, and mansions, and wives - including the famous Loni Anderson, who he divorced in 1993.
But his money went in various ways including bad investments and bad marriages.
He says he feels, in a way, like a man whose house was blown away in a hurricane - his possessions have gone, but he's thankful to be alive (despite a flurry of online hoaxes announcing his death).
Kim Hill talks to Burt Reynolds, who is now 79, about his life, career and his autobiography: But Enough About Me.