Charles Marquis Warren
(Movies & TV)
Benjamin Franklin
Jacques Cousteau
(Movies & TV)
Eddie Albert
(Movies & TV)
Dale Robertson
(Movies & TV)

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Lloyd Bridges

Knowledge Identifier: +Lloyd_Bridges


Lloyd Bridges

American actor who starred in a number of television series and appeared in more than 150 feature films add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1913.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (11%), France (7%)

Main connections: Blancpain, Charles Marquis Warren, Benjamin Franklin

Linked to: Communist Party, University of California, Los Angeles, Oceana, American Broadcasting Company




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Lloyd Bridges was born in 1913 add something


He was married to Dorothy Bridges , from 1938 until his death add something


Frank Latimore - His acting career had begun in the 1930s, when he and longtime pal Lloyd Bridges began doing summer stock theater at a playhouse in Weston, Vermont


Bridges graduated from Petaluma High School in 1931 add something


Bridges met his wife, Dorothy Bridges in his fraternity; they married in 1938 in New York City add something


Bridges made his Broadway debut in 1939 in a production of Shakespeare's "Othello" add something


In 1941, he joined the stock company at Columbia Pictures, where he played small roles in features and short subjects add something


Russ Tamblyn - Discovered at the age of ten by actor Lloyd Bridges after acting in a play, Tamblyn's first film appearance was a small non-speaking role in 1948's "The Boy With Green Hair"


Barbara Payton - Payton first gained notice in the 1949 film noir "Trapped", co-starring Lloyd Bridges


He was blacklisted briefly in the 1950s after he admitted to the House Un-American Activities Committee that he had once been a member of the Actors' Lab, a group with links to the Communist Party add something


Diane Baker - Her television work in the late 1950s and 1960s includes appearances on "Follow the Sun", "Bus Stop", "Adventures in Paradise", "The Lloyd Bridges Show", "The Nurses", "The Invaders" and "Route 66"


Charles Marquis Warren - In 1951 Warren began directing films as well as writing them, starting with "Little Big Horn", a western starring Lloyd Bridges


Bridges garnered press in 1956 for his emotional performance on live anthology program "The Alcoa Hour", in an episode titled "Tragedy in a Temporary Town", directed by Sidney Lumet add something


Diving watch - The Fifty Fathoms was worn by Jacques Cousteau and his divers during the underwater film "Le monde du silence", which won the Palme d'or at the Cannes film festival in 1956, and in the US when TV star Lloyd Bridges wore a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms dive watch in a photo that appeared on the cover of the February 1962 edition of "Skin Diver Magazine"


Bridges is best known for his role of Mike Nelson in "Sea Hunt", the most popular syndicated American TV series in 1958 add something


Jeff Bridges - He comes from a well-known acting family and began his first televised acting in 1958 as child with his father, Lloyd Bridges, and brother Beau on television's "Sea Hunt"


James Shigeta - Korean War - Shigeta guest starred in many television shows, beginning with "Alcoa Premiere" in 1961, as a Korean War era Chinese Communist who tortured star Lloyd Bridges


Richard Widmark - The mini-series Benjamin Franklin was a unique experiment of four 90-minute dramas, each with a different actor performing the title role: Widmark, Beau Bridges, Lloyd Bridges, Eddie_Albert, Melvyn Douglas and Willie_Aames.


The Love Boat - In 1981, P&O Cruises' "Sea Princess" was used for the special two-hour episode "Julie's Wedding", set in and around Australia, and guest-starring Lloyd Bridges, Katherine_Helmond, Harry Morgan, Patrick Duffy and Anthony Andrews, among others


Dale Robertson - In December 1993 and January 1994, Robertson appeared in two episodes of the CBS comedy/western "Harts of the West" in the role of "Zeke Terrell", the brother of series co-star Lloyd Bridges


He had played the character of Izzy Mandelbaum in the episodes "The English Patient" in 1997 and "The Blood" in 1998 add something

Lloyd Bridges died in 1998 add something


On March 10, 1998, Bridges died of natural causes at the age of 85 add something


This popularity led to a radically re-imagined Cain character in the 2004 series add something