Lloyd Vernet Bridges III
December 9, 1941
|Children||5; including Jordan|
|Relatives||Jeff Bridges (brother)|
Lloyd Vernet "Beau" Bridges III (born December 9, 1941) is an American actor and director. He is a three-time Emmy, two-time Golden Globe and one-time Grammy Award winner, as well as a two-time Screen Actors Guild Award nominee. Bridges was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 7, 2003, at 7065 Hollywood Boulevard for his contributions to the television industry.He is the son of actor Lloyd Bridges and elder brother of fellow actor Jeff Bridges.
Bridges was born on December 9, 1941in Los Angeles, California, the son of actors Lloyd Bridges (1913–1998) and Dorothy Bridges (née Simpson; 1915–2009). He was nicknamed Beau by his parents after Ashley Wilkes' son in Gone with the Wind . His younger brother is actor Jeff Bridges, and he has a younger sister, Lucinda. Another brother, Garrett, died in 1948 of sudden infant death syndrome. Beau has shared a close relationship with Jeff, for whom he acted as a surrogate father during childhood, when their father was busy with work. He and his siblings were raised in the Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles.
Wanting to become a basketball star, he played in his freshman year at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) under legendary coach John Wooden, where he joined Sigma Alpha Epsilon, he later transferred to the University of Hawaii. In 1959, he enlisted in the United States Coast Guard Reserve and served for eight years.
In 1948, Bridges had an uncredited juvenile role in the iconic film noir Force of Evil , and No Minor Vices as Bertram, in 1949 he played a third juvenile role in the film The Red Pony . In the 1962–1963 television season, Bridges, along with his younger brother, Jeff, appeared on their father's CBS anthology series, The Lloyd Bridges Show . He appeared in other television series too, including National Velvet , The Fugitive , Combat, Bonanza , Mr. Novak , and The Loner . In 1965, he guest-starred as Corporal Corbett in "Then Came the Mighty Hunter", Season 2, Episode 3 of the military series, Twelve O'Clock High . He found steady work in television and film throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He appeared in such feature films during that time as The Landlord (1970), The Other Side of the Mountain (1975), Greased Lightning (1977), Norma Rae (1979), Heart Like a Wheel (1983), and The Hotel New Hampshire (1984).
In 1989, in perhaps his best-known role, he starred opposite his brother Jeff as one of The Fabulous Baker Boys . In the 1993–94 television season, Bridges appeared with his father in the 15-episode CBS comedy/western series, Harts of the West , set at a dude ranch in Nevada. In 1995, Bridges starred with his father and his son Dylan in "The Sandkings", the two-part pilot episode of the Showtime science fiction series, The Outer Limits . In 1998, he starred as Judge Bob Gibbs in the one-season Maximum Bob on ABC. He had a recurring role in the Showtime series Beggars and Choosers (1999–2000).
In 2001, he guest-starred as Daniel McFarland, the stepfather of Jack McFarland, in two episodes of the NBC sitcom Will & Grace . He played a single father and college professor in the fantasy adventure film, Voyage of the Unicorn , based on the novel by James C. Christensen.
From 2002 to 2003, he took on the role of Senator Tom Gage, newly appointed Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, in over 30 episodes of the drama series The Agency . In January 2005, he was cast as Major General Hank Landry, the new commander of Stargate Command in Stargate SG-1 . He also played the character in five episodes of the spin-off series Stargate Atlantis as well as the two direct to DVD films Stargate: The Ark of Truth and Stargate: Continuum .
His role in the film Smile , with Linda Hamilton and Sean Astin, showcased his personal beliefs in helping others.
In November 2005, he guest-starred as Carl Hickey, the father of the title character in the hit NBC comedy My Name Is Earl . Bridges' character became recurring. Bridges received a 2007 Emmy Award nomination for his performance.
In 2008, Bridges co-starred in the motion picture Max Payne , based on the video game character. The film also starred Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis. Bridges portrayed "BB" Hensley, an ex-cop who aides Wahlberg on his quest to bring down a serial killer. The film received mixed reviews, but Bridges' participation was noted for being a positive one. It was not the first motion picture with Bridges regarding the video game world; The Wizard had him in a role as a landscaping company owner that would later find, like his son Jimmy (played by actor Luke Edwards), to have a skill with NES games.
On February 8, 2009, Cynthia Nixon, Blair Underwood, and Bridges won a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for their recording of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth .
In 2009, Bridges guest-starred as Eli Scruggs on the 100th episode of Desperate Housewives and received an Emmy Award nomination for his performance.
In 2010, Bridges signed with Chris Mallick in the production of the film Columbus Circle . On March 19, 2010, it was announced that Bridges would play the role of Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford, the father of private eye Jim Rockford, on the pilot episode of a new version of The Rockford Files ,scheduled for production for broadcast in fall 2010. In 2011, he guest-starred as an old boyfriend of matriarch Nora Walker in Brothers and Sisters and as an attorney, estranged from his son Jared Franklin in Franklin & Bash .
On January 3, 2012, Bridges took on the role of J.B. Biggley in the hit revival of the Broadway musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying , taking over for John Larroquette. He was contracted to play the role until July 1, 2012. However, the revival closed May 20, 2012.
On October 3, 2013, Bridges became a major character on the CBS television show The Millers . He plays Tom, the father of two children: son Nathan Miller (Will Arnett) and daughter Debbie (Jayma Mays). Tom, after forty-three years of marriage, has gotten divorced and has moved back in with his daughter, driving her crazy. Bridges joined the series in early March 2013.
Bridges has had several roles in films since then including Underdog Kids and Lawless Range in 2016. He has also had guest roles on the shows Masters of Sex and Code Black .
Bridges has 14 Emmy Award nominations with three wins.He is the only actor to win the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or Special more than once, with two wins.
Bridges married Julie Landfield in 1964 and the two divorced in 1984. They have two sons: Casey Bridges (b. 1969) and actor Jordan Bridges (b. 1973). He married Wendy Treece in 1984. They have three children: Dylan Bridges (b. 1984), Emily Bridges (b. 1986), and Ezekiel Jeffrey "Zeke" Bridges (b. 1993).
Bridges is a Christian. He has stated that if the script calls for his character to say God's name in vain, he will ask the director if he can change the line.Bridges is a vegan and has been since 2004.
Bridges, his brother Jeff and late father Lloyd were among six veterans – the others being Jerry Coleman, Bob Feller and Brian Lamb – honored with the Lone Sailor Award by the United States Navy Memorial in 2011.The award recognizes Navy, Marine and Coast Guard veterans who have distinguished themselves in their civilian careers.
|1948||No Minor Vices||Bertram|
|1948||Force of Evil||Frankie Tucker||Uncredited|
|1949||The Red Pony||Beau|
|1951||The Company She Keeps||Obie||Uncredited|
|1961||The Explosive Generation||Mark|
|1965||Village of the Giants||Fred|
|1968||For Love of Ivy||Tim Austin|
|1969||Gaily, Gaily||Ben Harvey|
|1971||The Christian Licorice Store||Cane|
|1972||Hammersmith Is Out||Billy Breedlove|
|1972||Child's Play||Paul Reis|
|1973||Your Three Minutes Are Up||Charlie|
|1975||The Other Side of the Mountain||Dick Buek|
|1976||One Summer Love||Jesse|
|1976||Two-Minute Warning||Mike Ramsay|
|1979||The Fifth Musketeer||Louis XIV|
|1979||The Runner Stumbles||Toby Felker|
|1980||Silver Dream Racer||Bruce McBride|
|1981||Honky Tonk Freeway||Duane Hansen|
|1982||Night Crossing||Günter Wetzel|
|1982||Love Child||Jack Hansen|
|1983||Heart Like a Wheel||Connie|
|1984||The Hotel New Hampshire||Mr. Win Berry|
|1985||Alice in Wonderland||Unicorn|
|1987||The Killing Time||Sam Wayburn|
|1987||The Wild Pair||Joe Jennings|
|1988||Seven Hours to Judgment||John Eden|
|1989||The Iron Triangle||Capt. Keene|
|1989||Signs of Life||John Alder|
|1989||The Fabulous Baker Boys||Frank Baker|
|1989||The Wizard||Sam Woods|
|1990||Daddy's Dyin': Who's Got the Will?||Orville Turnover|
|1991||Married to It||John Morden|
|1996||Jerry Maguire||Matt Cushman||Uncredited|
|1996||Hidden in America||Bill Januson|
|1999||The White River Kid||Daddy Weed|
|2000||Common Ground||Father Leon|
|2000||Sordid Lives||G.W. Nethercoth|
|2000||Meeting Daddy||Larry Branson|
|2000||Songs in Ordinary Time||Omar Duvall|
|2001||Voyage of the Unicorn||Alan Aisling|
|2001||Boys Klub||Mario's Dad|
|2003||Out of the Ashes||Herman Prentiss|
|2004||10.5||President Paul Hollister|
|2004||Debating Robert Lee||Mr. Lee|
|2005||The Ballad of Jack and Rose||Marty Rance|
|2006||The Good German||Colonel Muller|
|2006||Charlotte's Web||Dr. Dorian|
|2007||Americanizing Shelley||Gary Gordon|
|2007||Spinning Into Butter||Dean Burton Strauss|
|2008||Stargate: The Ark of Truth||Major General Hank Landry||Video|
|2008||Stargate: Continuum||Major General Hank Landry||Video|
|2008||Max Payne||BB Hensley|
|2010||Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove||Gus Grisby||Video|
|2010||My Girlfriend's Boyfriend||Logan Young|
|2011||Don't Fade Away||Chris White|
|2011||The Descendants||Cousin Hugh|
|2012||Columbus Circle||Dr. Ray Fontaine|
|2012||Hit & Run||Clint Perkins|
|2012||From Up on Poppy Hill||Yoshio Onodera (voice)||English dub|
|2014||1000 to 1: The Cory Weissman Story||Coach||Video|
|2014||The Tale of the Princess Kaguya||Prince Kuramochi (voice)||English dub|
|2016||Lawless Range||Mr. Reed|
|2017||The Mountain Between Us||Walter|
|2018||All About Nina||Larry Michaels|
|2020||One Night in Miami...||Mr. Carlton|
|1960–1963||My Three Sons||Russ Burton||3 episodes|
|1960–1961||Sea Hunt||Warren Tucker||2 episodes|
|1961||The Real McCoys||Randy Cooperton||Episode: "The Rich Boy"|
|1962||National Velvet||Mercutio||Episode: "The Star"|
|1962||Wagon Train||Larry Gill||Episode: "The John Bernard Show"|
|1962–1963||Ensign O'Toole||Seaman Spicer||32 episodes|
|1963||Rawhide||Billy Johanson||Episode: "Incident at Paradise"|
|1963||Ben Casey||Larry Masterson||2 episodes|
|1964||The Eleventh Hour||Leonard||Episode: "Cannibal Plants, They Eat You Alive"|
|1964||Combat!||Private Orville Putnam||Episode: "The Short Day of Private Putnam"|
|1964||My Three Sons||Howard Sears||2 episodes|
|1965||Twelve O'Clock High||Cpl. Steven Corbett||Episode: "Then Came the Mighty Hunter"|
|1965||The F.B.I.||Jerry Foley||Season 1, Episode 12: "An Elephant is Like a Rope"|
|1966||Gunsmoke||Jason||Episode: "My Father's Guitar"|
|1966||The Fugitive||Gary Keller||Episode:"Stroke of Genius"|
|1966||Branded||Lon Allison||Episode:"Nice Day for a Hanging"|
|1966||The Loner||Johnny Sharp||Episode:"The Mourners of Johnny Sharp"|
|1967||Bonanza||Horace Perkins||Episode: "Justice"|
|1967||Cimarron Strip||Billie Joe Show||Episode: "Legend of Jud Starr"|
|1971||Robert Young and the Family||Sketch Actor||Television film|
|1973||The Man Without a Country||Frederick Ingham||Television film|
|1974||The Stranger Who Looks Like Me||Chris Schroeder||Television film|
|1978||The Four Feathers||Harry Faversham||Television film|
|1978||The President's Mistress||Ben Morton||Television film|
|1978||Mutual Respect||Kevin Pearse||Television film|
|1978||Hallmark Hall of Fame||Stubby Pringle||Episode: "Stubby Pringle's Christmas"|
|1979||The Child Stealer||David Rodman||Television film|
|1980||United States||Richard Chapin||13 episodes|
|1982||The Kid from Nowhere||Bud Herren||Television film|
|1982||Dangerous Company||Ray Johnson||Television film|
|1982||Witness for the Prosecution||Leonard Vole||Television film|
|1984||The Red-Light Sting||Frank Powell||Television film|
|1985||Space||Randy Claggett||Five-part miniseries|
|1986||Outrage!||Brad Gordon||Television film|
|1989||Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure||Richard Czech||Television film|
|1989||Frederick Forsyth Presents: Just Another Secret||Grant||Television film|
|1991||Without Warning: The James Brady Story||James Brady||Television film|
|1990||Women & Men: Stories of Seduction||Gerry Green||Television film|
|1990||Guess Who's Coming for Christmas?||Arnold Zimmerman||Television film|
|1991||Wildflower||Jack Perkins||Television film|
|1991||Tales from the Crypt||Dr. Martin Fairbanks||Episode: "Abra Cadaver"|
|1993||Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story||Col. Tom Parker||Television film|
|1993||The Man with Three Wives||Norman Grayson||Television film|
|1993||The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom||Terry Harper||Television film|
|1993–1994||Harts of the West||Dave Heart||15 episodes|
|1994||Secret Sins of the Father||Tom Thielman||Television film|
|1994||Million Dollar Babies||Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe||Television film|
|1995||Kissinger and Nixon||Richard Nixon||Television film|
|1995||The Outer Limits||Dr. Simon Kress||Episode: "The Sandkings"|
|1996||A Stranger to Love||Allan Grant||Television film|
|1996||Nightjohn||Clel Waller||Television film|
|1996||Losing Chase||Richard Phillips||Television film|
|1996||The Uninvited||Charles Johnson||Television film|
|1996||Hidden in America||Bill Januson||Television film|
|1997||The Second Civil War||Jim Farley||Television film|
|1998||Maximum Bob||Judge Bob Gibbs||7 episodes|
|1999||Inherit the Wind||E.K. Hornbeck||Television film|
|1999||P.T. Barnum||P. T. Barnum||Television film|
|2000||The Wild Thornberrys||Hayden Adam (voice)||Episode: "Every Little Bit Alps"|
|2000||The Christmas Secret||Nick||Television film|
|2001–2003||The Agency||Tom Gage||32 episodes|
|2002||Will & Grace||Daniel McFarland||Episode: "Moveable Feast"|
|2002||We Were the Mulvaneys||Michael Mulvaney, Sr.||Television film|
|2002||Sightings: Heartland Ghost||Derek||Television film|
|2004||Evel Knievel||John Bork||Television film|
|2005||Into the West||Stephen Hoxie||Episode: "Manifest Destiny"|
|2005–2007||Stargate SG-1||Major General Hank Landry||35 episodes|
|2005–2006||Stargate: Atlantis||Major General Hank Landry||5 episodes|
|2005–2006||American Dad!||Lieutenant Eddie Thacker (voice)||Episode: "Stannie Get Your Gun"|
|2005–2008||My Name Is Earl||Carl Hickey||7 episodes|
|2006||10.5: Apocalypse||President Paul Hollister||Television film|
|2007||Two Families||Television film|
|2009||Desperate Housewives||Eli Scruggs||Episode: "The Best Thing That Ever Could Have Happened"|
|2009||The Closer||Detective George Andrews||Episode: "Make Over"|
|2011||Brothers & Sisters||Nick Brody||5 episodes|
|2011||Game Time: Tackling the Past||Frank Walker||Television film|
|2011–2012||Franklin & Bash||Leonard Franklin||3 episodes|
|2011–2012||White Collar||Agent Kramer||3 episodes|
|2013||The Goodwin Games||Benjamin Goodwin||4 episodes|
|2013–2016||Masters of Sex||Barton Scully||21 episodes|
|2013–2015||The Millers||Tom Miller||34 episodes|
|2014||Bubble Guppies||Mr. Claws (voice)||Episode: "A Very Guppy Christmas!"|
|2015–2017||Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero||Sheriff Scaley Briggs (voice)||4 episodes|
|2015–2018||Black-ish||Paul Johnson||3 episodes|
|2016||Code Black||Pete Delaney||Episode: "Hail Mary"|
|2016–2017||Bloodline||Roy Gilbert||12 episodes|
|2017||Christmas in Angel Falls||Michael||Television film|
|2017–2018||Mosaic||Alan Pape||8 episodes|
|2018–2020||Homeland||Vice President Ralph Warner||6 episodes|
|2018–2020||Greenleaf||Bob Whitmore||5 episodes|
|2019||Goliath||Roy Wheeler||5 episodes|
|2020||Messiah||Edmund DeGuilles||5 episodes|
|2020||Robbie||Robbie Walton Sr.||8 episodes|
|2021||Mr. Mayor||Adolphus Hass||Episode: "Avocado Crisis"|
|2021||The Premise||Episode: "Moment of Silence"|
|1969||Golden Globe Awards||Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture||For Love of Ivy||Nominated|
|1990||American Comedy Awards||Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture||The Fabulous Baker Boys||Nominated|
|National Society of Film Critics Awards||Best Supporting Actor||Won|
|1992||Golden Globe Awards||Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film||Without Warning: The James Brady Story||Won|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||Won|
|1993||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie|| The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged|
Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom
|1994||Golden Globe Awards||Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film||Won|
|1995||CableACE Awards||Actor in a Drama Series||The Outer Limits||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|1996||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||Kissinger & Nixon||Nominated|
|1997||Golden Globe Awards||Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film||Losing Chase||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||Hidden in America||Nominated|
|Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||The Second Civil War||Won|
|Satellite Awards||Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film||Hidden in America||Nominated|
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie||Nominated|
|1999||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||Inherit the Wind||Nominated|
|2000||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||P.T. Barnum||Nominated|
|Satellite Awards||Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film||Nominated|
|2002||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie||We Were the Mulvaneys||Nominated|
|2007||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series||My Name Is Earl||Nominated|
|2008||Grammy Award||Best Spoken Word Album||An Inconvenient Truth||Won|
|2009||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series||Desperate Housewives||Nominated|
|2010||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series||The Closer||Nominated|
|2011||Gotham Awards||Best Ensemble Performance||The Descendants||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series||Brothers & Sisters||Nominated|
|2012||Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards||Best Cast||The Descendants||Nominated|
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture||Nominated|
|2014||Critics' Choice Television Awards||Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series||Masters of Sex||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|2015||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series||Nominated|
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