Jordan Bridges was born into a family of actors: he is the son of actor Beau Bridges, nephew of Jeff Bridges, and grandson of Lloyd and Dorothy Bridges. He began acting at age five, debuting in his father's television film, The Kid from Nowhere. However, he decided to stay away from acting as a child, deciding to pursue his studies instead; he trained, however, at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Bridges made his film debut in 1999's Macbeth in Manhattan; he also appeared in Frequency and Happy Camper, among othes. He also held recurring roles in Dawson's Creek and Bionic Woman, and also starred in the short-lived series Conviction. He currently stars in the TNT series Rizzoli & Isles.
- Macbeth in Manhattan (1999)
- Drive Me Crazy (1999)
- Frequency (2000)
- Happy Campers (2001)
- New Suit (2002)
- Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
- Turn the River (2007)
- Date Blind (2009)
- Assisting Venus (2010)
- Dawson's Creek (recurring, 2001-2002)
- Conviction (regular, 2006)
- Bionic Woman (recurring, 2007)
- Rizzoli & Isles (regular, 2010)