Son of Beau Bridges, is a native Californian. Young Bridges began making his way into the family business at the tender age of nine with a supporting role in the 1982 made-for-television feature The Kid From Nowhere. Throughout the remainder of the decade, as well as the majority of the 1990s, one could always count on spotting Jordan in father Beau's many made-for-TV movies. Climbing the credits from The Thanksgiving Promise (1986) to The Defenders: Taking the First, it wasn't until 1999's Macbeth in Manhattan that young Bridges finally began to carve his own path in show business.
He would play supporting roles in movies like Drive Me Crazy, Frequency, New Suit and Mona Lisa Smile. Bridges would go on to appear in movies like J. Edgar, as well as star on TV shows like Rizzoli & Isles and Conviction.