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Todd Bridges is an actor. Bridges has no children.

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Todd Bridges (born Todd Anthony Bridges on May 27, 1965 in San Francisco, California) is an American actor who is well-known for his role as Willis Drummond on the NBC sitcom series, "Diff'rent Strokes."

He also appeared in the short-lived TV series, "Fish" (from 1977-1978) and had recurring role on the UPN\CW network series, "Everybody Hates Chris."

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  • His father, James Bridges Sr. is a talent agent; his mother, Betty Pryor is an actress, director and manager
  • His brother, James (or Jimmy), sister, Verda and nieces Penny, Brooke & Rachel are all actors
  • Has a son, Spencir (born in July of 1998) with his ex-wife, Dori Bridges
  • He and his brother, James saved the lived of a 51-year-old paraplegic woman from almost drowning in a lake in 1998
  • Struggled with addiction to crack cocaine and methamphetamines; he started dealing drugs to support his addiction; has been sober since 1993
  • Was arrested for felony assault and cocaine possession
  • Was fined $240 for carrying a concealed firearm in 1983
  • Was charged with making a bomb threat in 1987, but received a suspended sentence after pleading no contest
  • In 1989, he was tried for the murder of a Los Angeles-area drug dealer, but was later acquitted of all charges.
  • Released a book called "Killing Willis: From Diff'rent Strokes to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted" in 2008
  • Appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2010 where he revealed that he was sexually abused when he was 11 years old by a publicist who was also a family friend
  • Defeated rapper Vanilla Ice in the 2002 special, "Celebrity Boxing"
  • Appeared as a contestant in reality shows such as "Fear Factor" and "Skating with Celebrities"
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