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From The National Press Club: Actor Jeff Bridges's Campaign to End Hunger

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Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges came to Washington to take part in a campaign to end hunger. He visited a school in Washington, and met with officials to inform them about the campaign. Read the full description.

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Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges, who won the Best Actor Oscar earlier this year for his performance in the film "Crazy Heart," spoke at the National Press Club about his participation in a campaign to end hunger.  He said his anti-hunger work is the most important he has ever done.  He visited a charter school in Washington, and met with state and federal officials.  He also reminisced about his Hollywood career, recounted how he met his wife of 33 years and spoke of his late father, the actor Lloyd Bridges. 

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Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges, who won the Best Actor Oscar earlier this year for his performance in the film "Crazy Heart," spoke at the National Press Club about his participation in a campaign to end hunger.  He said his anti-hunger work is the most important he has ever done.  He visited a charter school in Washington, and met with state and federal officials.  He also reminisced about his Hollywood career, recounted how he met his wife of 33 years and spoke of his late father, the actor Lloyd Bridges.