The Critics’ Choice Association (CCA) announced on Monday that actor Jeff Bridges will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 28th annual Critics’ Choice Awards in January.
Bridges currently stars in the drama series “Old Man” and has been honored by the association in the past.
The 73-year-old was first honored with a Critics’ Choice Award in 1972 for his role in “The Last Picture Show,” which was also his first Oscar nomination for best supporting actor. Bridges was also recognized by the association for his roles in “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot,” “Starman” “The Contender” “True Grit” and “Hell or High Water.”
In 2009, he won a Critics’ Choice Award for his role in “Crazy Heart,” a role that also earned him an Oscar for best actor.
Aside from Bridges’ successful acting career, he is currently the face of …