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Todd Bridges
Birthday: May 27, 1965

Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Todd Bridges. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Actor Todd Bridges has seen and done it all. Todd has lived and worked amongst some of the most famous and influential individuals in the world. For over twenty-five years, he has victoriously survived a rapidly changing business. He is currently experiencing his second rise to fame, as Juice on "The Young and the Restless" (1973). Todd's career began and rocketed when he was only six years of age, forcing his family to relocate from a quiet, friendly neighborhood in San Francisco to the fast-paced stardom of Los Angeles, California in the early 70s. His mother, actress Betty A. Bridges and father, the late James Bridges, Sr., came to Hollywood in search of the American dream. Betty went on to work quite a bit as an actress while James Sr. became one of the first prominent black Hollywood agents. Betty later became one of Hollywood's greatest managers and acting coaches, whose list of clients (soon to become stars) included her oldest child, Jimmy Bridges, her daughter Verda Bridges, Todd (of course), Nia Long ("The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" (1990), Love Jones (1997)), Regina King (Jerry Maguire (1996)), Lamont Bentley ("Moesha" (1996)), and Aaron Meeks ("Soul Food" (2000)).It all began one day while watching Redd Foxx display his comic genius on "Sanford and Son" (1972). Todd, then six, realized his dream of becoming an actor. He exclaimed excitedly to his mother, "I want to do that," pointing to the television set. He had asked on his own to enter a business which, during that time, was very limited for black artists. Nevertheless, Todd went on to make some remarkable strides in the industry, pioneering the way for other young, black actors. His first job was a Jell-O commercial, which starred the entire Bridges family. He later accomplished over 60 national commercials.Todd was the first black child actor to become a reoccurring regular on the hit series, _The Waltons_ and "Little House on the Prairie" (1974) with the late great Michael Landon. He went on to guest star on _Barney Miller_ , which eventually gained a spin-off show starring Abe Vigoda. The spin-off was titled "Fish" (1977) and Todd became a series regular for four years. Norman Lear, who spearheaded the success of Tandem Productions, with such shows under his belt as "The Jeffersons" (1975), "Good Times" (1974), "All in the Family" (1971), and "The Facts of Life" (1979), sought to create a new type of show that would cross the racial boundaries set in Hollywood in the early years of television. He began with the new kid in town, Gary Coleman, and a TV veteran, Conrad Bain from the hit show "Maude" (1972). The wheels were spinning and "Diff'rent Strokes" (1978) was born. The show originated with a wealthy white businessman who adopted his housekeeper's black child after she passed away. There was only one problem. Who would the creators find to match wits with the sassy Gary Coleman? Conrad Bain then suggested the creation of an older brother character to keep up with "Arnold's" wisecracks, a strong young actor capable of bouncing the ball back in his court. No one portrayed such qualities as Todd Bridges."Diff'rent Strokes" (1978) was introduced to American audience in the fall of 1978. With the new concept of a racially mixed cast, the producers and creators were unsure how the viewers would react. To their surprise, the show was a complete success and ran strong for eight years. Todd Bridges became an international celebrity and household name by the age of 15. During his success with Diff'rent Strokes, Todd guest starred on such shows as "The Love Boat" (1977), Facts of Life, "Hello, Larry" (1979), Battle of the Network Stars VI (1979) (TV), Circus of the Stars #6 (1981) (TV), and many, many more. An even bigger opportunity came when he was chosen to portray the role of Chicken George's grandson in the historical television miniseries "Roots" (1977) (mini), where his performance is still applauded until this day.After Diff'rent Strokes ended its long run in 1986, things became difficult for Todd. All of a sudden, no one would hire him due to his being typecast as "Willis Drummond". He began to experience turbulent times, which would later lead to drug addiction and trouble with the authorities. There would be a pause in his career and his life for nearly ten years.Todd Bridges has been clean and sober for nine years. He is a working actor, director, and producer and is well on his way to the rebirth of a promising television and motion picture career. Together, Todd and his brother James Jr., have partnered to establish their own production company, Little Bridge Productions.His recent film credits (as an actor) include _1210 Camille Street_ with Faizon Love (Friday (1995), The Replacements (2000)), Frat (), _Hollywood Horror (2000)_ with Tia Mowry and 'Tamara Mowry' (_Sister Sister_ ) and A Testimony. He also recently completed a feature film in Utah called The Climb (2002) for Billy Graham's production company. He directed, produced and starred in the short film about his life, _Building Bridges (1999)_ for TBN. He also directed, along with his brother, a full-length feature film titled _Full Circle_ starring Lisa Sweat (wife of R&B singer Keith Sweat), Stoney Jackson, 'Deaundre Bonds' , his wife Dori Bridges, and a host of other great names. His directorial credits also include the feature film, Flossin (2001), the life story of his pastor and childhood friend, Pastor Ernest Johnson.On a more personal note, Todd is a proud husband and father. He has been married for five years to his wife, Dori and they have a three-year-old son, Spencer. He has traveled the nation speaking to over 6,000 kids per day in high schools, middle schools, and churches warning the dangers of drug use, negative peer pressure, and proclaiming Christ Jesus!

Movie Credits
Big Ball'n (2007)
Death Row (2007)
[ Danny Trejo ][ Jake Busey ][ Stacy Keach ][ Joe Estevez ][ Kyle Schmid ]
Hollywood Horror (2006)
San Franpsycho (2006)
[ Joe Estevez ]
Last Call (2006)
The Damned (2006)
I Got Five on It (2005)
Alien Express (2005)
[ Lou Diamond Phillips ][ Barry Corbin ]
Treasure n tha Hood (2005)
Jane Doe: Now You See It, Now You Don't (2005)
[ Timothy Bottoms ][ Joe Penny ]
Issues (2005)
Curse of the Maya (2004)
[ Joe Estevez ][ David Heavener ]
Land of the Free? (2004)
Ghost Dog: A Detective Tail (2003)
[ Jack Wagner ]
May Day (2003)
[ Geoffrey Lewis ]
Black Ball (2003)
The Climb (2002)
[ Dabney Coleman ][ Jared Hess ]
The Beach House (2002)
Baby of the Family (2002)
Welcome to America (2002)
[ Michael Madsen ][ Tom Sizemore ][ Billy Drago ][ John Vernon ]
Pacino Is Missing (2002)
[ Joe Estevez ][ Joe Dallesandro ]
Scream at the Sound of the Beep (2002)
[ Ray Wise ][ Wesley Jonathan ]
Inhumanity (2001)
[ Faizon Love ]
Flossin (2001)
[ Merlin Santana ]
Dumb Luck (2001)
[ K.C. Clyde ]
The Darkling (2000)
[ F. Murray Abraham ][ John Di Maggio ][ Aidan Gillen ][ Doug Jones ]
After Diff'rent Strokes: When the Laughter Stopped (2000)
[ David Yost ]
Building Bridges (2000)
The Thief & the Stripper (1998)
[ Michael Madsen ][ Corey Feldman ][ Brion James ][ Martin Kove ]
Flat Out (1998)
[ Michael Madsen ][ Ron Jeremy ][ Joe Estevez ]
The Waterfront (1998)
[ Corey Feldman ][ Martin Kove ][ Timothy Bottoms ][ Joe Estevez ]
The Girl Gets Moe (1997)
[ Michael Madsen ][ Tony Danza ][ Richmond Arquette ][ James Russo ]
A Devil Disguised (1997)
Hoover Park (1997)
[ Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ][ Hill Harper ]
A Day in the Life of Mia (1997)
Diamonds from the Bantus (1997)
Busted (1996)
[ Corey Feldman ][ Corey Haim ][ Ron Jeremy ][ Elliott Gould ]
Circle of Pain (1996)
Gangstaz (1996)
[ Dante Basco ]
The Sounds of Silence (1992)
[ Erik Estrada ]
Homeboys (1992)
She's Out of Control (1989)
[ Dustin Diamond ][ Tony Danza ][ Wallace Shawn ][ Michael Bower ][ David R. Ellis ]
Twice Dead (1988)
[ Raymond Cruz ][ Tom Bresnahan ]
High School U.S.A. (1983)
[ Michael J. Fox ][ Crispin Glover ][ Anthony Edwards ][ Jon Gries ][ Bob Denver ]
Hall Monitor (1983)
[ Gary Coleman ]
The Bicycle Man: Part 1 (1983)
[ Gary Coleman ]
Drummond's Fair Lady (1981)
[ Gary Coleman ]
Rough Housing (1979)
[ Gary Coleman ]
Return of the Mod Squad (1979)
[ Aaron Spelling ][ Tom Bosley ][ Clarence Williams III ]
Getting Involved (1979)
[ Gary Coleman ]
The Stray (1977)
A Killing Affair (1977)
[ Dean Stockwell ][ O.J. Simpson ]
Katherine (1975)
The Jockey (0)


  • 1 son, with Smith, Spencer (b. 1998).
  • Arrested after alledgedly ramming an associate's car with his own after an argument. [19 January 1997]
  • Brother of Jimmy Bridges
  • Son of Betty A. Bridges
  • Brother of Verda Bridges.
  • Rescues woman whose wheelchair tipped over while fishing. [13 April 2001]
  • Was a contestant on "The Weakest Link" (2001/III). His second question was to name the man that married Courteney Cox. As a joke for not knowing the answer, Bridges guessed Gary Coleman. As a result, he was voted the very first weakest link.
  • Ranked #40 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars"
  • Uncle of Penny Bae Bridges, Brooke Marie Bridges, and Rachel Bridges.

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