December 4, 1949 (73)
Jeffery Leon Bridges is an American actor. He’s been a professional actor since birth, with his first on-screen appearance in The Company She Keeps (1951) released just after his first birthday. He’s most known for his starring roles in films such as The Big Lebowski, Tron, True Grit, The Last Picture Show, The Fisher King, and more. Alongside many award nominations, he won the Academy Award and Golden Globe for his role in Crazy Heart. He’s most recently known for his starring role in the FX series The Old Man, alongside John Lithgow and two Rottweilers. He follows in his late father’s footsteps, Lloyd Bridges (1913-1998), an iconic Hollywood actor with a career that lasted over 60 years and appeared in over 150 films. His brother, Beau Bridges, is also a notable actor who has received multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards.