Beau Bridges is a multiple award-winning American actor who has been married twice. From 1964 through 1974, he was married to Julie Langdfield. After his union with Julie failed, the actor married Wendy Treece in 1984 and she has remained his partner to date.
Meanwhile, Bridges is currently a father of 5 courtesy of his relationship with Julie and Wendy. Interestingly, all his kids have toed his entertainment career path including Jordan Bridges who is an American actor best known for his portrayal of Frankie Rizzoli in Rizzoli & Isles (2010–2016).
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Julie Landfield was Married to Bridges for 10 Years
Julie Bridges was born on April 25, 1944, in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an American entertainer, known for Two-Minute Warning (1976), Joe Forrester (1976), The President’s Mistress (1978), and Bitter Heritage (1979).
The actress married Beau Bridges in 1964 and shortly after their marriage, Julie and Bridges decided to adopt Casey Bridges before they had their biological son, Jordan Bridges in 1973. However, the pair’s relationship hit the rocks and they decided to go separate ways in 1974, 10 years after tying the knot.
Wendy has been Married to Bridges for 39 Years
Much of what is known about Wendy Treece is related to Beau Bridges whom she married on 10 April 1984. The couple has three children namely Dylan Lloyd Bridges (39), Emily Beau Bridges (37), and Ezekiel Jeffrey Bridges (30).
Although Wendy has not made any professional acting debut like her husband, she has appeared in a number of TV programs including The Variety Club International All-Star Party (1987), and The Grand Opening of Universal Studios New Theme Park Attraction Gala (1990).
Beau Bridges Has Five Children and they are all Actors
1. Casey Bridges
Beau Bridges’ kids total 5 including Casey Bridges whom he adopted during his first marriage to Julie Landfield. Meanwhile, Casey was originally born on 16 March 1969 in Los Angeles County, California and he is also an actor and documentary filmmaker.
Regarding his education, Casey attended the University of Southern California where he bagged a Bachelor of Fine Arts in cinema-television (Ethnographic Film) between 1990 to 1993. He later attended Stellenbosch University between 2014 to 2016 and obtained a Diploma in Sustainable Development.
Between 2016 to 2018, Casey worked as the Executive Director, of Tools for Peace; an organization that provides people of all backgrounds with practical methods to cultivate compassion, peace, and well-being.
Moving on, the actor founded Bridges Media Arts in 2018. He has also served in various capacities, championing causes that cut across Arts, Culture, Children, Civil Rights, Economic Empowerment, Education, and Environment. Others are Health, Human Rights, Poverty Alleviation, Science and Technology, and Social Services.
- Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme – 2000
- Peter and the Wolf – 1995
- The Mask – 1994
- Hearts of the West – 1994
- Against the Wall – 1994
- Hot Shots! Part Deux – 1993
- Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story – 1993
- Daddy’s Dyn’… Who’s Got the Will – 1990
2. Jordan Bridges
Beau’s first biological child is Jordan Bridges. He was born on November 13, 1973, to his parents, Beau Bridges and Julie Landfield.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jordan had his acting debut at the age of five in the television movie The Kid from Nowhere, which was directed by his father. He later made his second appearance in the television movie The Thanksgiving Promise, which starred the entire Bridges family.
He holds a B.An in Performing Arts from the Bard College, New York. He also attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). While in New York, he made his Broadway debut in The Lieutenant of Inishmore and starred in off-Broadway productions of Big Al (Arclight Theater) and The Dying City (Naked Angels/Culture Project).
The American actor has also performed live theater in Los Angeles, with credits such as Looking for Normal and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in addition to his movie credits.
- Den of Thieves – 2018
- Rushlights – 2013
- Phantom – 2013
- Crew 2 Crew – 2012
- J. Edgar – 2011
- A Good Funeral – 2009
- Turn the River – 2007
- Samantha: An American Girl Holiday – 2004
- Mona Lisa Smile – 2003
- New Suit – 2002
- Happy Campers – 2001
- Frequency – 2000
- Drive Me Crazy – 1999
- The Thanksgiving Promise – 1986
Meanwhile, Jordan has also starred in several TV shows and series including Dollhouse (2009), CSI: NY (2005), and Charmed (2001).
3. Dylan Bridges
Dylan Bridges was born on 25 October 1984 in Los Angeles County, California, USA and he is Bridges’ first child with Wendy Treece. Entertainment also runs in the blood of Dylan as he is a director of social media at Universal and also an actor who is known for movies like
- The Wild Pair – 1987
- The Outer Limits – 1995
- A Stranger of Love – 1996
4. Emily Bridges
Emily Beau Bridges is Beau Bridges’ second child with his wife, Wendy Treece. She was born on 2 July 1986 in Los Angeles County, California, USA, and is now married to Gordon Stecklein. As the case in her family line, she is also an actress and director known for several works.
Alongside her father, Emily starred in Richard Boleslavsky’s 1933 novel Acting: The First Six Lessons. The play was published by Samuel French and performed by Beau and Emily at Theatre West in Los Angeles, receiving rave reviews.
- A Rosary and a Diamond Ring – 2023
- Acting: The First Six Lessons – 2021
- Mr. Mayor – 2021
- One Night in Miami – 2020
- Eastsiders – 2019
- Caught in the Act – 2019
- Girl – 2018
- Flower Shop Mysteries – 2016
- Code Black – 2016
- The Call – 2016
- Theater People – 2015
- The Public Domain – 2015
- Grooming – 2014
- The Tale of The Princess Kaguya – 2013
- Masters of Sex – 2013
- Purple Mind – 2011
- From Up on Poppy Hill – 2011
- The Reel Housewives of Theatre West – 2010
- Voyage of the Unicorn – 2001
- The Uninvited – 1996
- Daddy’s Dyin’…Who’s Got the Will – 1990
5. Ezekiel Jeffry Bridges (Zeke)
Born on September 24, 1993, in Los Angeles, Ezekiel Jeffrey Bridges is the youngest of Beau Bridges’ kids. He is a graduate of Chapman University and he is also an actor known for his work in movies like Spiral (2019), Mr Mayor (2021), and The Errand (2021).
Ezekiel appreciates that he was born into a family of actors. He also said that his dad Beau, Uncle Jeff, and grandfather Lloyd Bridges ran their family like a traveling circus, constantly going to different places for work and bringing their family with them.
He also said everyone in his family is an actor and in their house, imagination ran wild and stories were king. This led to his curiosity and passion for film/TV at a young age.
- The Errand – 2022
- Mr. Mayor – 2021
- The Will of Gregory Osten – 2019
- Goliath – 2019
- Spiral – 2019
- Bloodline – 2017
- Gilmore: A Year in the Life – 2016
- Code Black – 2016
- Masters of Sex – 2015
Beau Bridges is also a Proud Grandfather
At the time of writing, Beau and his wife Wendy had six grandchildren namely Lola, Orson, Clark, Oliver, Parker, and Mack.