Jeff bridges on the dating game

17-Dec-2019 05:14

' The Only Living Boy in New York' arrives in theaters on Aug. Jeff Bridges insists he's lazy at heart - but the grizzled Oscar-winning actor has thrown all his energy into helping revive cult 1980s sci-fi movie "Tron" for the 3D generation.He is best known for portraying his role as The Dude in comedy crime film "The Big Lebowski".He was born on December 4, 1949 in Los Angeles, California, United States to parents Dorothy Bridges and Lloyd Bridges. He got married to his girlfriend Susan Geston and that was on 5 June 1977. They are still together and happy of getting each other as loving spouse. Their relationship is based on love, trust and full of commitment.He appeared in his father television series "Sea Hunt” along with his brother which aired from 1958 to 1961. “The Big Lebowski” star Jeff Bridges is willing to reprise his iconic role in a spin-off or sequel of the Coen Brother’s cult classic, according to Business Insider.

When I ask Jeff Bridges whether he had to dig deep into his own soul to make Bad come alive as a character, he dismisses the idea that that sort of thing is necessary: it’s all about the “magic trick” of acting, he says, and the way your fellow actors help to raise your game (“Maggie was just wonderful to work with”).

The 61-year-old, who has had a fantastic comeback year after winning Best Actor for his role in "Crazy Heart" at the Academy Awards, reprises his character Kevin Flynn in "Tron: Legacy" due out this week.

In it he does the neat trick of appearing opposite a computer-generated version of his younger self from the 1982 original. "It wasn't actually me, it was a rendition created by some wonderful artists and the rendition was a version of me from 25-30 years ago." Explaining why he agreed to do the movie, he tells reporters: "It was basically the same reason that I did the first one: it was cutting-edge technology at that time, and this one certainly is for this time.

He began his acting career as an infant in The Company She Keeps and that was in 1951.

He earns massive amount of salary and his net worth is 70 million dollars.

When I ask Jeff Bridges whether he had to dig deep into his own soul to make Bad come alive as a character, he dismisses the idea that that sort of thing is necessary: it’s all about the “magic trick” of acting, he says, and the way your fellow actors help to raise your game (“Maggie was just wonderful to work with”).

The 61-year-old, who has had a fantastic comeback year after winning Best Actor for his role in "Crazy Heart" at the Academy Awards, reprises his character Kevin Flynn in "Tron: Legacy" due out this week.

In it he does the neat trick of appearing opposite a computer-generated version of his younger self from the 1982 original. "It wasn't actually me, it was a rendition created by some wonderful artists and the rendition was a version of me from 25-30 years ago." Explaining why he agreed to do the movie, he tells reporters: "It was basically the same reason that I did the first one: it was cutting-edge technology at that time, and this one certainly is for this time.

He began his acting career as an infant in The Company She Keeps and that was in 1951.

He earns massive amount of salary and his net worth is 70 million dollars.

“Yeah, it might be fun playing a little cameo as the The Dude.” But that’s not the only film he hopes to reprise arguably one of his best roles to date in.