Actor Beau Bridges will receive the inaugural Betty Garrett Lifetime Achievement Award at the 50th Anniversary Gala of Theatre West, hosted by Taglyan Cultural Complex, on Thursday, September 13th. Theatre West was founded in 1962 and is a non-profit arts organization that gives back to the community and inspire future generations of children to take up acting. It is the oldest continuously running theater in Los Angeles and Beau has been a member for 45 years.
Beau Bridges is an Emmy, Grammy, and golden Globe winner, best known for his role in The Fabulous Baker Boys. These days, he is commonly seen in guest appearance roles for popular sitcoms, such as Franklin & Bash, My Name is Earl, and Brothers and Sisters.
His legacy with Theatre West includes co-writing and starring in “Acting: The First Six Lessons” with his daughter, Emily. His younger brother and Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges was also a member during his younger years.
Taglyan Cultural Complex is proud to host this event at our party venue and honor a great actor and member of the Hollywood community. Mr. Bridges’ contributions to entertainment and the well-being of local youths makes him worthy of this prestigious accomplishment.