Meet Jeff Bridges

Jeff Bridges is an acclaimed actor, musician, philanthropist and supporter of environmental organisations including the Amazon Conservation Team.

Jeff Bridges
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About Jeff

Jeff Bridges is one of Hollywood’s most successful actors and a seven-time Academy Award ® nominee, as well as a singer and producer. His 2009 performance in “Crazy Heart” deservedly garnered the iconic performer his first Oscar ® for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. The performance also earned him the Golden Globe, SAG Award and the IFP/Spirit Award for Lead Actor. Jeff’s moving and multi-layered performance is one of many in a career that spans decades.

What is Jeff doing to regenerate the planet?

Jeff is also passionate about regenerating communities and the environment. In October 2019 he was seen and heard in “Living in The Future’s Past,” a documentary reflecting on the environmental challenges facing the world today, directed by Susan Kucera and co-produced by Jeff.

He is currently the national spokesman for the Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungrycampaign that is fighting to end childhood hunger in America, on the Advisory Board for the Amazon Conservation Team, an organisation that partners with indigenous and other local communities to protect tropical forests and strengthen traditional culture, and a Notable Member of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, a non-profit that collaborates with organisations, businesses, and individuals to create a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impact.

Actions you can take to engage with his work:

Collective responses


Restore and regenerate habitats

This response presents an opportunity for a meaningful collaboration between people, plants, animals, water and the land.

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Wildlife corridor

Protect plants and animals

This response looks at how we can implement new laws that protect ecology, introduce marine and land protection areas, plus raise awareness about the impact our economic system is having on the species we share this planet with.

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