Lloyd Bridges

Mostly Credited As: Lloyd Bridges
Birth Name: Lloyd Vernet Bridges Jr.
Date Of Birth: January 15, 1913 (Age 85)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: San Leandro, California
Date Of Death: March 10, 1998
Cause Of Death: Natural Causes (in Los Angeles, CA)
Height: 6' (1.82 m)

Lloyd Bridges

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Harts of the West (1993)As: Jake Tyrell
Capital News (1990)As: Jonathan "Jo Jo" Turner
Alice in Wonderland (1985)As: White Knight
North and South (US) (1985)As: Jefferson Davis (Book 2)
Paper Dolls (1984)As: Grant Harper
Roots (1977) (1977)As: Evan Brent
Joe Forrester (1975)As: Joe Forrester
Benjamin Franklin (1974)As: Benjamin Franklin (Part 1)
San Francisco International Airport (1970)As: Jim Conrad
The Loner (US) (1965)As: William Colton
The Lloyd Bridges Show (1962)As: Adam Shepherd, Various
Sea Hunt (1958) (1958)As: Mike Nelson
Episode Cast Credits 

Seinfeld (1989) 
  The Blood 09x04: (Oct/16/1997) As Izzy 
  The English Patient 08x17: (Mar/13/1997) As Izzy 

Second Noah (1996) 
  The Big Chief 01x09: (Apr/01/1996) As Judge 

The Outer Limits (1995) (1995) 
  The Sandkings (2) 01x02: (Mar/26/1995) As Colonel Kress 
  The Sandkings (1) 01x01: (Mar/26/1995) As Colonel Kress, [Special Guest Stars]

Shining Time Station (1989) 
  Tis' a Gift 01x21: (Dec/09/1990) As Mr. Nicholas 

Matt Houston (1982) 
  Heritage (2) 02x02: (Sep/09/1983) As Virgil Wade 
  Heritage (1) 02x01: (Sep/09/1983) As Virgil Wade 

Saturday Night Live (1975) 
  Jeff Bridges, Beau Bridges/Randy Newman 08x14: (Feb/26/1983) As Himself, [Uncredited]

The Love Boat (1977) 
  Farnsworth's Fling/Three in a Bed/I Remember Helen/Merrill, Melanie & Melanesia (1) 05x10: (Nov/21/1981) As curmudgeon 

Battlestar Galactica (1978) (1978) 
  The Living Legend Part II 01x13: (Dec/03/1978) As Cain 
  The Living Legend 01x12: (Nov/26/1978) As Cain 

How the West Was Won (1978) 
  Season 1, Episode 7 01x07: (Apr/09/1978) As Orville Gant 
  Season 1, Episode 6 01x06: (Mar/26/1978) As Orville Gant 
  Season 1, Episode 5 01x05: (Mar/19/1978) As Orville Gant 
  Season 1, Episode 4 01x04: (Mar/12/1978) As Orville Gant 

Tales of the Unexpected (US) (1977) 
  Force of Evil 01x06: (Mar/16/1977) As Dr. Yale Carrington 

Police Story (1973) (1973) 
  The Return of Joe Forrester 02x22: (May/06/1975) As Joe Forrester 

Tony Orlando and Dawn (1974) 
  Season 1, Episode 2 01x02: (Jul/10/1974) As Himself 

The Dean Martin Show (1965) 
  Barbara Feldon / Lloyd Bridges / Anna Moffo 08x02: (Sep/21/1972) As Himself 

Here's Lucy (1968) 
  Lucy's Big Break 05x01: (Sep/11/1972) As Dr. Paul Murray 

The Don Knotts Show (1970) 
  Season 1, Episode 15 01x15: (Jan/12/1971) As Himself 

CBS Playhouse (1966) 
  The People Next Door 02x01: (Oct/15/1968) As Arthur Mason 

Mission: Impossible (1966) (1966) 
  Fakeout 01x12: (Dec/03/1966) As Anastas Poltroni/Ted Carson 

The Great Adventure (1963) 
  Wild Bill Hickok - the Legend and the Man 01x12: (Jan/03/1964) As Wild Bill Hickock 

Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963) 
  A Hero for Our Times 01x04: (Oct/31/1963) As Mace Ethridge 

Kraft Mystery Theatre (1961) 
  The Fortress 03x06: (Jul/24/1963) As Lt Wallace Brown 

The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) 
  The Crosby Brothers, Damita Jo 15x24: (Feb/25/1962) As Himself 

Sea Hunt (1958) (1958) 
  Impostor 04x31: (Aug/05/1961) As Whitey Fender, [Uncredited]

Zane Grey Theatre (1956) 
  Image of a Drawn Sword 05x29: (May/11/1961) As Lt. Sam Kenyon 
  Ransom 05x06: (Nov/17/1960) As Dundee 
  Wire 02x17: (Jan/31/1958) As Sam Fraser 
  Time of Decision 01x16: (Jan/18/1957) As Evan Tapper 

The DuPont Show With June Allyson (1959) 
  Death of the Temple Bay 02x27: (Apr/03/1961) As Captain Anderson 

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1958) 
  Lepke 02x08: (Nov/20/1959) As Allie Stein 

The Steve Allen Show (1956) 
  Season 4, Episode 5 04x05: (Oct/12/1958) As Himself 

Playhouse 90 (1956) 
  Clash by Night 01x37: (Jun/13/1957) As Earl Pfeiffer 
  Heritage of Anger 01x07: (Nov/15/1956) As Paul Fletcher 

Climax! (1954) 
  The Disappearance of Amanda Hale 03x33: (May/30/1957) As Jay Brackett 
  Figures in Clay 02x32: (May/31/1956) As Paul Bellamy 
  The Sound of Silence 02x22: (Mar/01/1956) As Mark Gillis 
  Edge of Terror 01x36: (Aug/11/1955) As Joe Donner 

Studio One (1948) 
  American Primitive 09x05: (Oct/29/1956) As Pike 
  The Silent Gun 08x21: (Feb/06/1956) As Sam Dobie 
  International Incident 04x40: (Jun/16/1952) As guest star 

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951) 
  This Plane for Hire 02x07: (Oct/17/1952) As guest star 

Suspense (US) (1949) 
  Her Last Adventure 04x48: (Aug/19/1952) As guest star 

Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theatre (1950) 
  Rise Up And Walk 03x13: (Feb/04/1952) As guest star 

The Three Stooges (1934) 
  They Stooge to Conga 10x01: (Jan/01/1943) As Unknown 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Episode Crew

Sea Hunt (1958) (1958) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
The Sea Sled 01x05 Feb/08/1958 As: Director
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He was married to Dorothy Simpsons from 1938 until his death on March 10, 1998.

He is the father of Beau Bridges and Jeff Bridges.

He studied political science at University of California, Los Angeles.

Although he and his son Jeff Bridges appeared in six different productions together, they never played father and son.

Unlike many of his fellow actors, he was a dedicated family man and remained faithful to his wife Dorothy Dean Bridges throughout their sixty year marriage.

In 1914, he was awarded the winner's cup in a fat-baby contest by its judge, former President William H. Taft, who thought Lloyd was as fat as he was. He was also among the last living people to have known Taft.

His second child, Gary (b. 1947), died of sudden infant death syndrome.

His final film was Jane Austen's Mafia!. It was released on July 24, 1998, over four months after his death.

His wife, Dorothy Dean Simpson, was his college sweetheart.

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