Lloyd Bridges started his career as a contract performer, starring in approximately 150 feature films, and various television shows and series. He was honoured with a star at the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ and earned ‘Emmy Award’ nomination twice, besides various other honors. ‘Secret Agent X-9,’ the movie serial marked his first lead role. In the 1950s, he was briefly blacklisted for being the member of a group that had links with the Communist party, but he made a comeback renouncing his membership.
He starred in classic movies like ‘High Noon,’ the western film, ‘Sahara,’ the drama war film, ‘A Walk in the Sun,’ the war film and ‘Little Big Horn,’ the western film.
Some of his other popular and notable films include ‘Hot Shots!,’ the comedy film, ‘Airplane!,’ the satirical disaster, ‘Hot Shots! Part Deux,’ ‘Honey, I Blew Up the Kid,’ ‘High Noon,’ ‘Joe Versus the Volcano,’ ‘Rocketship X-M,’ ‘Airplane II: The Sequel,’ and ‘Mafia!,’ amongst various others.