Jordan Bridges: An Actor From the Family of Actors
Jordan Bridges is an American actor born in 1973. His family has deep roots in Hollywood for generations. His grandparents Lloyd Bridges and Dorothy Bridges were television and film artists. His father Beau Bridges and Uncle Jeff Bridges were also film actors. In addition, his siblings Casey Bridges, Dylan Bridges and Emily Bridges are also active artists in television and movies. Now, through Jordan and his siblings, it reached third generation in Bridges’ family.He began his career as an actor by performing in the film ‘The kid from nowhere’ directed by his father. He was just a five-year-old boy, when he acted in that film. After this film, he took a break for his schooling. However, he returned in 1986 to appear in the film ‘The Thanksgiving promise’. This film was so special because almost all artists in Bridges family appeared in this movie in different roles.
He again took a break for his studies and joined Oakwood School. He could develop his skills as an artist since this school gave much importance in acting. Later Jordan joined ‘London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts’ and attended shows at ‘West End Theatre’.Even though he was trained best, he had to wait some more years to get a significant role. Gradually, he appeared in television series, movies and theatre shows. He performed as a supporting actor for some years before achieving a significant role. He starred in a television series ‘Conviction’ produced by NBC television. Later, Jordan appeared in many television movies and series.In 2002, he starred in the film ‘new suit’ and made a notable performance. Besides, with the performance in ‘Samantha: An American girl holiday’ and ‘Love takes wings & Love finds a home’ he came to be known as a talented actor. Recently, he appeared in some other series also. Thus, Jordan Bridges lifted up the name of his family through his various performances.