Jeff Bridges, best known for his work as an actor, has been in hundreds of films over the course of his 56-year career. With popular roles ranging from Tron, The Fabulous Baker Boys and The Big Lebowski, he has created some of the most interesting and iconic characters in film.
In 2009, Bridges won an Oscar for his portrayal of a grizzled former country music legend in the film Crazy Heart, in which he performed the music. A songwriter in addition to an actor and a musician, Bridges released his debut album, Be Here Soon, in 2000, and his self-titled follow up in 2011.
His musical endeavors have led him to perform at Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit concert, on the charity-single remake of "We Are the World," with his band on Austin City Limits, on The Colbert Report and in live sessions for SiriusXM, AOL Music and shows across the country.