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Overview (4)

Born in San Francisco, California, USA
Birth NameJames Daniel Bridges Jr.
Nicknames Jimbo
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Jimmy Bridges began his acting career in 1972 with a role in a commercial for "Bumble Bee Tuna". Since then, he has co-starred in several films with various well-known actors, such as Billy Bob Thornton in One False Move (1992). In 1994, he took his creative talents to another level when he established "Little Bridge Productions", a production company he formed and ran with his brother and best friend, actor Todd Bridges. During this time, Jimmy successfully co-directed and produced the full-length feature films: Big Ball'n (2007), Flossin (2001), Black Ball (2003) and Foster Babies (2007). He also produced the movie, Frankie D (2007), which received several awards at the New York Film Festival. Jimmy now serves as the Head of Artist Development and Management for "DV Filmworks", a production company he helped form with fellow actor, Shashawnee Hall, and brother Todd Bridges, in 2006. Jimmy continues to act, direct and produce and, as Head Screenwriter for "DV Filmworks", had his first screenplay optioned in 2007. In 2010, "DV Filmworks" has sold several reality shows and has his brother's life story slated for early 2012.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: A. Nonymous

Spouse (2)

Amy Beth Diamond (26 August 2009 - present) ( 2 children)
Barbara Bridges (19 August 1989 - 5 August 2009) ( divorced) ( 3 children)

Trivia (18)

Tried out as a free agent Wide Receiver with the LA Rams and the Detroit Lions in the mid 80s
Has played organized baseball in the Pacific Coast League 18+ division in the summer and in the Foothill Mens Senior baseball League 30+ division in the winter for the last 6 years. Plays all infield and outfield positions and pitches, occasionally. His brother, actor Todd Bridges, plays on his winter league team, as a catcher. [2001]
Graduated from Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, the same school Jody Watley, Keyshawn Johnson, Lamont Warren and Sparky Anderson attended.
Rescues woman whose wheelchair tipped over while fishing. [April 2001]
Older brother of actress Verda Bridges and the actor Todd Bridges.
Created Little Bridge Productions in 1996 with his brother, actor Todd Bridges.
Had his first script optioned October 2004 by Nighthawk Studios in Utah.
Played in the Victory Adult Baseball League Championship game at Dodger Stadium, November 5, 2004, along with his teammates, brother actor Todd Bridges, actor Tony Grande, actor/writer Thomas Brooks, DP Dave Fox, actor Mike Kasem (son of Casey Kasem) and director/actor Steve Race.
He and his brother, Todd Bridges, merged their production company, "Little Bridge Productions", with "DV Filmworks", a company owned by longtime friend, actor/producer Shashawnee Hall.
Auditioned for the role of Willie Mays Hayes in Major League (1989).
Had three callbacks for Platoon (1986).
Was put on tape for Mario Van Peebles for the role of Scotty Appleton in New Jack City (1991).
Played college football at Northwestern with Sherman Augustus. After Sherman graduated James transfered to New Mexico State where some former high school teammates were playing.
Got his real estate license in 2012.
Is also a massage therapist.
Uncle of Spencir Bridges.

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