A versatile artist, Jeff Bridges is an American actor, singer, producer and author. The Winner of an Academy Award for Best Actor, Bridges started acting from a very age; he made his debut on the stage when he was just two-years-old. As he grew up, Bridges along with brother starred appearing in his father's show titled Sea Hunt. Having worked in the theater and TV series, Bridges made his debut on the silver screen with Halls of Anger in 1970 where he played the role of Doug. Over the years, in his illustrious career spanning nearly five decades, Bridges starred in more than 40 feature films and 15 TV series. Some of his most notable film credits include The Last American Hero (1973), King Kong (1976), Kiss Me Goodbye (1982), The Fisher King (1991), The Big Lebowski (1998), Stick It (2006), How to Lose Friends and Alienate People (2008), and Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017), an action spy comedy directed by Matthew Vaughn. Apart from acting, Bridges has also authored a book titled The Dude and the Zen Master and he also known for his various philanthropic works. He was one of the major supporters of the former American President Obama's initiative End Child Hunger. His 2018 release includes Bad Times At The El Royale, directed by Drew Goddard.