Lloyd Vernet Bridges III was born on December 9, 1941, in Los Angeles, California. He’s the eldest of 4 kids of actors Lloyd and Dorothy Bridges and was nicknamed "Beau" after a character from Gone with the Wind. Beau Bridges got an early start within the trade with roles within the 1949 films Zamba and also the Red Pony. His siblings, Jeff (born in 1949) and Lucinda (born in 1953) are actors. His baby brother Garrett died shortly after birth in 1948. 

As a child, Bridges was additional inquisitive about sports than acting, and he went on to play basketball and baseball at Venice high school. He joined the UCLA squad as a walk-on, shortly taking part in for legendary coach John wooden, however, completed he had restricted potential in big-time athletics and transferred to the University of Hawaii. His enthusiasm for acting revived, Beau Bridges showed up with more youthful sibling Jeff Bridges in two of his dad's TV programs, the mainstream Sea Hunt, and the fleeting Lloyd Bridges Show. More TV work took after, incorporating a supporting part in the military satire Ensign O'Toole.

Demonstrating he wasn't simply riding his father's coattails, Bridges earned a Golden Globe designation as far as concerns him in the 1968 Sidney Poitier parody For Love of Ivy. He got unfaltering work in both film and TV over the next decade, exhibiting his capacity to adjust to an extensive variety of classifications. He earned recognition for his included exhibitions in the recompense winning films Norma Rae (1979) and Heart Like a Wheel (1983). 

Amid this period, Bridges showed his gifts behind the camera by coordinating the component movies The Wild Pair (1987) and Seven Hours to Judgment (1988). He additionally showed up with individuals from his acting family, most quite close by sibling Jeff in the discriminatingly acclaimed The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989). Repeating recollections of their TV time together 30 years prior, he featured with Lloyd for a parody's season show Harts of the West. 

Scaffolds earned acknowledgment for his work by scoring Golden Globe and Emmy wins for the TV movies Without Warning: The James Brady Story (1991) and The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom (1993). He earned a third Emmy for the 1997 HBO political parody The Second Civil War, and in 2003 he was regarded with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 

The veteran performing artist proceeded with his TV work, featuring in Stargate (2005) and its spinoff Stargate Atlantis. He landed Emmy selections for his parts on My Name is Earl, Desperate Housewives, Brothers and Sisters and Masters of Sex. He likewise earned a Grammy Award in 2009 for his commitments to the book recording variant of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth and tackled musical theater in 2012, venturing into the part of J.B. Biggley in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on Broadway. 

In 2015, Bridges was selected for an Emmy for his visitor part in Masters of Sex. He has five youngsters, with child Jordan turning into a customary on the wrongdoing dramatization Rizzoli & Isles. 

A previous individual from the U.S. Coast Guard, Bridges has been included with such ecological gatherings as the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and Ventura Coastkeeper. He likewise appreciates playing guitar and has recorded music with trumpet player Arturo Sandoval.
Barry Bostwick English Actor

Barry Bostwick

Barry Bostwick is an American actor/singer. He was born on February 24, 1945, in San Mateo, California, US. He majored in acting from United States International University. He worked as a circus performer sometime before graduating from NYU's Graduate Acting Program in 1968. He was a part of The Klowns, a pop group formed in 1970. He ventured into musicals with Salvation. He appeared in Soon in 1971. He played the role of Dany Zuko in Grease which earned him a Tony Award nomination. He went on to star in Rocky Horror Picture Show and won a Tony Award for his performance in The Robber Bridegroom. In 1981, he starred in the TV adaptation of Foul Play. In 1982, he starred in Megaforce. He also appeared in Dads. He played the role of Randall Winston in Spin City from 1996 to 2002. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1997 and had his prostate removed. He played a prostate cancer diagnosed patient in Scrubs in 2004. He’s been appearing on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit since 2004. He took the role of Mr. Tyler in What I Like About You in the year 2006. He has been playing the role of Grandpa Clyde Fynn in Phineas and Ferb since 2007. He has hosted Capitol Fourth for eight years. He appeared in Glee’s the Rocky Horror themed episode. He has been starring opposite Courtney Cox in Cougar Town since 2009. In 2015, he starred in the movie, Hellen Keller vs. Nightwolves. He had a role in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as Collin Winthrop in 2015; the episode was named The End Game. He has also appeared in Charlie's Angels, Hawaii Five-O, The Golden Palace, Grace Under Fire, Las Vegas, George Washington, its sequel George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation, Scruples, A Woman of Substance, War and Remembrance, and Till We Meet Again. He married Stacey Nelkin in 1987, but they got divorced in 1991. He married Sherri Ellen Jensen in 1994. He has two children named: Brian and Chelsea.

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Bee Vang

Vang was born and raised in Fresno, California, four years after his Hmong folks emigrated from Thailand. He had five siblings and one sister. He lived in the Twin Cities territory. He experienced childhood in an area in Minneapolis that he depicted as "poor". He later lived in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. For his first year, he went to Patrick Henry High School, and he was in the University of Minnesota's progressed program. He likewise went to Robbinsdale Armstrong High School in Plymouth, Minnesota. Vang, before being thrown in Gran Torino, had wanted to go into a premed program. Because of his part in Gran Torino, Vang considered getting into filmmaking. He goes to Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. At Brown Vang wanted to seek after an acting vocation and study filmmaking and the Chinese dialect. He is additionally some piece of the Asian American Students Association at Brown. As an adolescent, he chiefly watched Asian movies. In a meeting, Vang said that from his initial high school years he had viewed different western movies, including Clockwork Orange, Heaven & Earth, Heavenly Creatures, Rambo, and other war motion pictures. He likewise viewed Clint Eastwood westerns and had been a devotee of Eastwood for a drawn out stretch of time. Vang claimed duplicates of a few movies featuring Eastwood, for example, Dirty Harry, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and Letters from Iwo Jima.Vang said that he had an inclination for Asian movies, and particularly the first dialect forms with English subtitles. In a meeting, he reprimanded the film Heaven & Earth. By 2010, Vang turned into an extremist. Vang teams up on social equity film, the web, and print items with Louisa Schein, a Hmong media master, Va-Megn Thoj, a Hmong movie producer, and Ly Chong Thong Jalao, a University of California Santa Barbara Ph.D. understudy. Vang goes around the United States doing open talking in regards to Gran Torino and post-Gran Torino issues identified with the Hmong group. In 2011, Vang composed an article reprimanding a KDWB radio comic drama fragment, saying that it is unpalatable depicting Hmong individuals.

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Bee Vang English Actor