Jeff Bridges vs Kurt Russell

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Net worth 2018
$70 Million
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Los Angeles, California, United States
Residence
Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
United States
Country
United States
04/12/1949
BirthDay
17/03/1951
1.85 m
Height
1.8 m
Education
Thousand Oaks High School,
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2015

He did voice acting for the ‘The Little Prince’, a 2015 animated adventure fantasy film, which was directed by Mark Osborne

2014

His recent works include the 2014 social science fiction film ‘The Giver’

2010

Bridges’ most recent significant works include the 2010 American movie ‘True Grit’

2009

Bridges, for his amazing performance in the film, earned the 2009 Academy Award for Best Actor

2000

One of his most popular films is the 2000 political drama ‘The Contender’

1990

It became the 7th highest grossing film of the year, making over $90 million worldwide, and won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects

1987

The film, which was written and directed by Scott Cooper, was based on a 1987 novel of the same name

1977

In 1977, Jeff Bridges married Susan Geston, who he had met during the shooting of a film named ‘Rancho Deluxe

1976

Bridges appeared in the popular 1976 monster thriller ‘King Kong’

1974

The film, which released on May 23, 1974, turned out to be a huge hit, grossing over $9 million in its initial theatrical release alone

1972

His success landed him important roles in movies such as ‘Fat City’, a 1972 American boxing drama film, ‘The Last American Hero’, a 1973 sports drama film, and ‘Thunderbolt and Lightfoot’, a 1974 American crime film, ‘King Kong’, a well-known 1976 monster thriller film, ‘TRON’, a 1982 American sci-fi film, ‘Kiss Me Goodbye’, a 1982 romantic comedy, and ‘8 Million Ways to Die’, a 1986 American crime film

1971

Jeff Bridges’ first significant work as an adult was as a supporting actor in the 1971 American drama film ‘The Last Picture Show’

1967

In 1967, he completed his graduation from the University High School, after which he enlisted in the Coast Guard Reserves

1958

Later, during his childhood, he made several appearances in his father’s show ‘Sea Hunt’ which aired from 1958 to 1961

1949

Jeff Le Bridges was born in Los Angeles, California, United States, on 4 December 1949

1933

Directed by John Guillermin, the movie was a remake of the 1933 classic ‘King Kong’ movie

1925

Soon it grossed over $25 million, making it the 17th highest grossing film of the year

2012

In 2012, he starred in the film ‘Touchback’ along with Brain Presley

2007

In 2007, he played the role of a villainous stuntman ‘Mike’ in Quentin Tarantino's second feature length segment ‘Death Proof’ from the film ‘Grindhouse’

2004

In 2004, he starred in the critically acclaimed biographical film ‘Miracle’, in which he played the powerful role of ‘Herb Brooks’, a U

2001

In 2001, he starred in ‘3000 Miles to Graceland’, a film that revolved around a plot to rob a Casino

1996

In 1996, he acted in the action thriller ‘Executive Decision’, a film directed by Stuart Baird

1994

In 1994, he played the role of ‘’Colonel Jack O'Neil’ in ‘Stargate’, a film directed by Roland Emmerich

1991

He appeared in the Academy Award nominated 1991 film ‘Backdraft’ which earned a whopping $152

1986

In 1986, he played the part of a truck driver caught in an ancient Chinese war in ‘Big Trouble In Little China’, a martial arts inspired comedy film which received mixed reviews from critics

1984

In 1984, he received a Golden Globe nomination for his role as ‘Drew Stephens’ alongside Meryl Streep in the film ‘Silkwood’

1982

In 1982, he played the role of ‘MacReady’ in the ‘The Thing’, a sci-fi horror film which was a remake of the 1951 film ‘The Thing from Another World’

1981

In 1981, he starred in the American sci-fi action film ‘Escape from New York’, directed by John Carpenter, the film was a major success at the box office

1979

In 1979, he earned an Emmy Award nomination for the television film ‘Elvis’ based on the real life of Elvis Presley, in which he played the title role

1976

In 1976, he appeared on the NBC series ‘The Quest’ along with Tim Matheson

1971

In 1971, he played the role of a young robber in ‘Fools Parade’, a drama film directed by Andrew McLagen based on the novel of the same title written by Davis Grubb

1970

He was a baseball player all through his high school and college days and in early 1970, he played for the California Angels minor league, the Bend Rainbows, Walla Walla Islanders, Portland Mavericks and El Paso Sun Kings

1969

In 1969, he graduated from the Thousand Oaks High School and soon after signed a ten year contract with Walt Disney

1965

In 1965, at the age of fourteen he played the role of ‘jungle boy’ on ‘Gilligan’s Island’ which was broadcast on the CBS network

1964

In 1964, he appeared on an episode of the TV series ‘The Fugitive’, that year he was also seen in the TV series ‘The Virginian’ and ‘Gunsmoke’