Todd Bridges of "Diff'rent Strokes" was married to his actress wife Dori for 14 years before they decided to call it quits and file for divorce.
"The Bridges have decided that disunion is in the best interest of their collective futures."
THEY GREW APART
Together, Todd and Dori share a son named Spencir, and during their separation, they made it clear that they were both committed to doing whatever it takes to maintain the well-being of their son.
Unfortunately for their relationship, they grew apart as the years went by, and it was something that could no longer be fixed. In 2012, they decided that a divorce was what was best for their family.
HIS BREAKTHROUGH SHOW
Todd Bridges starred as Willis Jackson alongside Gary Coleman and Dana Plato in the 1980s sitcom, "Diff'rent Strokes." In later years, he suffered from substance abuse that hindered him from staying active in Hollywood.
Todd Bridges is the last living cast member of the famous show, as actress and comedian Charlotte Rae passed away at age 92 back in 2018.
HIS HOLLYWOOD RELATIONSHIPS
He made a comeback, however, by starring on the Fox reality series "Skating With Celebrities," and as a cast member on Tyler Perry's "House of Payne." He also starred in the Adam Sandler comedy "That's My Boy."
Now 54-years-old, Todd Bridges recently looked back at his time on the show, revealing that his onscreen father, Conrad Bain, was more of a father to him than his real-life dad.
LAST LIVING CAST MEMBER
Bridges met Bain when he was only 12-years-old, and they shared a great relationship throughout the show. In fact, he once shared that Bridges was more a father to him than how his own father treated him.
Todd Bridges is the last living cast member of the famous show, as actress and comedian Charlotte Rae passed away at age 92 back in 2018. Now, Bridges has been keeping a low profile and is not as active in the industry as he was before.