Todd Anthony Bridges is an American actor. He is recognised for the role of Willis Jackson in Diff'rent Strokes. He played recurring part of a monk on Everybody Hates Chris (a sitcom). He was also the comedic commentator on truTV Presents: World's Dumbest from 2008-2013. He was born on 27 May 1965 in San Francisco, California, United States. His father, Peter Todd Bridges, was a firefighter. His mother was Lynda Frank. He married Lisa Ross on 22 September 1997. She was born on 27 May 1971. They had a relationship of 7 years before they got engaged in 1997.

The couple has four children named Tatiyana, Tustin, Todd Jr. and Tamaria. In 1998, he and his brother, James Bridges, saved a paraplegic woman named Stella Kline from drowning after her wheelchair accidently rolled into the lake. He made an appearance on Little House on the Prairie and The Waltons. He also did a miniseries named Roots. He was on Fish, Barney Miller spinoff. He got his first breakthrough with the character Willis Jackson on Diff'rent Strokes (sitcom). Other cast members were Dana Plato, Gary Coleman, and Conrad Bain.

In 2006, he appeared on the celebrity episode of Fear Factor but got eliminated just after his first stunt. In 2007, he was the member of the “mob” in 1 vs. 100. He appeared on Decision House, a MyNetwork show, with his wife in an episode named "Burned Bridges." He had a repeated role on Everybody Hates Chris. In 2008, he was a participant on Celebrity Championship Wrestling of Hulk Hogan. His coach was Brutus. He was in the team of Team Beefcake. He reached the finals and ultimately got defeated with the hands of Dennis Rodman. His character was named "Mr.Not So Perfect.” In 2002, he appeared in Celebrity Boxing and defeated Vanilla Ice.

He authored a book called “Killing Willis: From Diff'rent Strokes to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted” in which he discussed his childhood drugs addiction, sexual abuse, criminal assaults and his efforts to come out of it and be someone significant. In 2010, he was a guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” He discussed all his life and the trauma that he went through during his childhood. He made an appearance on “Skating with Celebrities” but got eliminated in the second episode for using roller skates. ." He appeared in music videos such as "Change Your Wicked Ways," "We Are All Made of Stars," and "Howlin' for You". In 2015, he hosted the live game show titled“Lovers or Losers: The Game Show” in Las Vegas, Nevada at Plaza Hotel & Casino.

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Macaulay Culkin

Macaulay Culkin is a popular American musician and film actor. He was born as Macaulay Carson Culkin on August 26, 1980, in New York City, USA. He is the third son of a renowned stage actor, Christopher Cornelius “Kit” Culkin (known for his Broadway productions) and Patricia Brentrup. Culkin studied at St. Joseph’s School of Yorkville and later attended the Professional Children’s School. He also took a ballet class at the School of American Ballet. He started his acting career at the age of four through the stage production of New York Philharmonic’s Bach Babies. Throughout the 80’s, he continued to appear on stage, TV, and films and became notable for his appearance as a kidnap victim in an episode of The Equalizer, aired on CBS channel. He also made his first screen role on ABC’s The Midnight Hour. In the year 1989, Culkin also made an appearance as Miles Russell in the 1989 comedy film, Uncle Buck, alongside John Candy and Amy Madigan in the lead roles. In 1990, he became popular as Kevin McCallister in the Christmas comedy film, Home Alone, helmed by Chris Columbus. Culkin earned a nomination for Best Actor – Musical or Comedy at the Golden Globe Award for his performance in the film. In 1992, he reprised his role as Kevin McCallister in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Though Home Alone 2 received negative reviews from the critics, both films earned commercial success. In 1991, he starred in the animated series, Wish Kid, aired on Saturday Mornings. In the same year, he hosted the late-night live sketch comedy show, Saturday Night Live and was starred in the tragicomedy film, My Girl, alongside Anna Chlumsky. In 1993, he did a reasonably well performance in the psychological thriller film, The Good Son, and earned a nomination for Best Villain at the MTV Movie Award. Culkin appeared in the film version of the Christmas musical film, The Nutcracker, in 1993. The following year, he acted in the comedy film, Getting Even with Dad; in the animated fantasy film, The Pagemaster; and the family film, Ritchie Rich. In 1998, he made an appearance on Sonic Youth’s Sunday (music video). Culkin took a break from acting and returned in the year 2000 in Richard Nelson’s stage play, Madame Melville. He also made a guest appearance on NBC’s Will & Grace. In 2003, he made a comeback in Motion Pictures with the biographical drama film, Party Monster, where he played as a drug user and murderer. In 2004, he made a supporting role as the paraplegic brother of Mandy Moore’s character in the teen comedy-drama film, Saved! Besides acting, he donned voice-over work in Seth Green’s Robot Chicken. In 2006, his book entitled Junior was published. This features some information about his career and unsteady relationship with his father. In 2007, he starred in Miles Brandman’s dark comedy film, Sex & Breakfast. He was also seen as Andrew Cross on NBC’s drama series, Kings. Culkin also done an ad for Aviva Insurance in 2009 and later made a cameo on WWE Raw. In 2010, he was seen in the online series, The Park for The New York Times and in 2011, he appeared in the experimental film, The Wrong Ferarri. Culkin also tried his hand in directing a short film entitled Macaulay Culkin Eating a Slice of Pizza, alongside Phoebe Kreutz. This 2016, he has done a new ad, Compare the Meerkat, together with the meerkats. In 1998, he got married to Rachel Miner (actress) but got separated in the year 2000. They had a divorce in 2002. After that, he dated Mila Kunis (also an actress), but in 2011, a publicist confirmed that the two ended their relationship amicably and stayed as close friends. In 2013, he started dating Jordan Lane Price, an actress, and singer, known for her appearance in All My Children. Culkin was arrested in Oklahoma City in September 2004, for the possession of marijuana, Alprazolam, and Clonazepam. He was put in jail and was released after posting a bail of $4,000. He was pleaded not guilty, but later on, the plea was reversed to guilty.


Brad Renfro

Brad Renfro was an American musician and actor. He made his debut in the industry at a young age eleven in the main role of Mark Sway in the movie The Client, moving on to star in 21 fiction films, numerous short films, and two television episodes. However, his career declined rapidly due to alcoholism and addiction. He died from an unexpected heroin overdose at the age of 25. Renfro was born in Tennessee. He was the offspring of Mark Renfro, who was a factory machinist and Angela Denise. He was taken care from the age of five by his parental grandmother, Joanne Renfro, who worked as a church administrator. At the age of ten, Renfro was created by Mali Finn, a casting filmmaker for Joel Schumacher. Ge was cast in the lead role for Schumacher's movie The Client. He was paired alongside Tommy Lee Jones and Susan Sarandon. The film was based on the bestselling novel by John Grisham, and it became one of the maximum grossing movies of the year 1994. In 1995, he gained Hollywood Reporter's Young Star Award and was chosen as one of People's Top 30 Under 30. That year, he performed Huckleberry Huck Finn in Tom and Huck along with Jonathan Taylor Thomas. He also got his second Young Star award, as well as the Young Artist Award, for his work in The Cure. In 1995, Renfro was a part of Sleepers, based on the book by Lorenzo Carcaterra. The movie was directed by Barry Levinson and also featured Robert Kevin Bacon, De Niro, Ron Eldard, Dustin Hoffman, and Brad Pitt. In 1998, he was seen along with Ian McKellen in Apt Pupil, by Bryan Singer. The numerous movies that happened earned little attention, the bulk going through to the video. He acted Leon S. Kennedy in a live-action advertisement for Resident Evil 2, which was televised in Japan. Renfro went on to perform in other movies, including Ghost World and Bully, Confessions of an American Girl, and The Jacket. He also performed in a scene of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and finished shooting on the flick The Informers, featuring Winona Ryder, Mickey Rourke, and Billy Bob Thornton. Renfro was the relative of Jesse Hasek, main singer of the musical band 10 Years, and featured in the initial version of the music video for their number Wasteland. He also was seen in the video for N*E*R*D number Provider, playing the role of a petty drug trafficker. Renfro fathered a son, Yamato Renfro, who was born in 2003. His name and age were initially kept in Renfro's announcement, which noted him as Y. Renfro, out of his family's companies for privacy. The presence of Yamato was not recognized by the common public until after his father's death. He was brought up solely to Japan by his mom. Renfro recorded a musical album supporting the name Frodad Band which played all over Los Angeles and made debuts at the Sundance Film Festival. In 1998, Renfro, when he was 15 and his cousin who was 19 were detained and accused of drug possession. He was taking two small bags of cocaine in a smoke box and a bag of weed in his stocking. He withdrew trial by admitting to being selected randomly for drugs. In 2000, Renfro and his colleague Harold Bond attempted to remove a 45-foot boat from Fort Lauderdale dock. They were held on the same night, and Renfro was filled with grand burglary and criminal mischief. In January 2001, Renfro was confined to the punishment of two years and commanded to pay repair expenses of the ship to its master and investigative prices to Lauderdale Police Department. In May 2001 he was caught for minor drinking, which disrupted his punishment. In 2002, Renfro broke his ordeal again and was jailed on charges of public drunkenness and driving without a valid permit in Knoxville. In 2005, Renfro was again detained by LAPD officers when a secret drug sweep of Skid Row was happening and was accused of attempted ownership of heroin. A photo revealing the actor in handcuffs made the headlines of the Los Angeles Times. Renfro was seen dead on January 15, 2008, at his Los Angeles residence. On 8th February 2008, the Los Angeles County Coroner's Department ruled that Renfro's death was unexpected, connecting it to acute heroin drunkenness. His body was passed to Tennessee, where he was defeated at Red House Cemetery in the small town of Blaine. Seventeen days after Renfro's death, his grandma Joanne who had brought him daily during his early acting career passed way at her home. Local officials declared that she died of natural conditions.

Brad Renfro English Actor