Jeff Bridges To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award At Critics Choice Awards

Iconic Jeff Bridges’ impressive career spans decades.

Jeff Bridges in Tron Legacy

It was announced today that the Critics Choice Association (CCA) would award legendary actor Jeff Bridges a Lifetime Achievement Award. Bridges, a past Critics Choice Award winner, will be honored at the 28th annual Critics Choice Awards. It is airing live on The CW on Sunday, January 15, 2023 (7:00-10:00 pm ET – delayed PT, check local listings).

“We are thrilled to be honoring the one and only Jeff Bridges with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming Critics Choice Awards.“From his debut with his dad on Sea Hunt to his iconic performance as “The Dude” in The Big Lebowski, to his Oscar-winning performance in Crazy Heart, right through his amazing work in The Old Man, his decades-spanning career is unmatched. We look forward to celebrating his incredible career before an audience of millions of fans on January 15.”

CCA CEO Joey Berlin

Jeff Bridges Photo by John Russo
Photo by John Russo

With a career expanding decades, he is currently starring in FX’s The Old Man. His notable work includes The Last Picture Show, Thunderbolt, Lightfoot, Starman, The Contender, Hell or High Water, The Giver, The Only Living Boy, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Only the Brave, Seabiscuit, The Fisher King, and The Fabulous Baker Boys. Our favorites are Crazy Heart, True Grit, The Big Lebowski, TRON, TRON Legacy, and Iron Man.

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Sean Tajipour is the Founder and Editor of Nerdtropolis and the host of the Moviegoers Society Podcast. He is also a member of the Critics Choice Association. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram @Seantaj.

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