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BEAU BRIDGES is an award-winning actor who has portrayed a myriad of characters during a successful career spanning more than six decades. Most recently, Bridges guest starred in his fourth season of the Showtime critically acclaimed drama Masters of Sex, as well as in the second season of Netflix's hit thriller Bloodline alongside Kyle Chandler, Linda Cardellini and Sissy Spacek. He also recently voiced the character of Sheriff Scaley Briggs on the Disney animated series Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero. In the past few years, he concluded his work as a regular on the CBS comedy The Millers, as well as on the musical comedy hit How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, which he starred in on Broadway. He also appeared in Alexander Payne's Golden Globe winning and Academy Award nominated film The Descendants.

With his daughter Emily, Bridges adapted Richard Boleslavsky's 1933 novel Acting: The First Six Lessons. The play was recently published by Samuel French and performed by Beau and Emily Bridges at Theatre West in Los Angeles, receiving rave reviews.

Bridges won a Grammy Award for his shared narration of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth. In 2008, Bridges lent his voice for a very special documentary titled Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience, which received a 2008 Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature. He has been nominated 15 times for an Emmy. Bridges received a Best Supporting Actor Emmy Award for his work in HBO's The Second Civil War. He won another Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his supporting role opposite Holly Hunter in the HBO project The Positively True Adventures of The Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom.

Bridges starred in the critically acclaimed HBO film Without Warning: The James Brady Story, for which he scored a trifecta; taking home all three of the Best Actor Awards, the Emmy, the Golden Globe, and the Cable Ace. He has appeared in highly acclaimed films including The Landlord, The Other Side of the Mountain, Norma Rae, Heart Like a Wheel, The Hotel New Hampshire, Sordid Lives, and Jerry Maguire. He was honored by the National Society of Film Critics when he was named Best Supporting Actor for his role opposite his brother Jeff Bridges in The Fabulous Baker Boys.

He starred with his father Lloyd Bridges and his son Dylan Bridges in Sandkings, the two-hour film that kicked off the long running Showtime series The Outer Limits. For his performance, Bridges received an Emmy nomination for Best Actor.

Bridges has also directed films. In 1994, he directed his father, Lloyd, and his son, Jordan, in a movie-of-the-week titled Secret Sins of The Father. He also directed Jordan and his father in The Thanksgiving Promise, at the time the highest-rated Disney television film ever broadcast.

His after-school special Don't Touch was nominated for an Emmy.


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