Todd Bridges married for the second time in Beverly Hills in a private ceremony. He married a lady called Bettijo at the Greystone Mansion & Gardens on Wednesday. Their close friends and family members attended the wedding.
Todd’s mother, son, sister, brother, and nephew, as well as Bettijo’s family members, were among the approximately 40 people invited to the wedding. Later, the couple had a celebration at Il Cielo and invited numerous additional guests. The pair met almost nine months ago on a dating service and were engaged six months later. Bettijo comes from a Mormon household and has four children, while Todd has two. The actress was formerly married to Dori Smith, with whom she divorced in 2012 after 14 years of marriage.
Todd Bridges made the most of his money as an actor.
Todd Bridges has an estimated net worth of $250,000, according to Celebrity Networth, for his role as Willis Jackson on NBC’s Diff’rnt Strokes. Although precise information about the 57-year-assets old’s is not public, his profession as an actor has earned him a lot over the years. Bridges also played the role of Monk in the comedy Everybody Hates Chris. He was a pundit on the reality comedy show truTV Presents World’s Dumbest…
Todd began his acting career on series such as The Waltons, Little House on the Prairie, and Roots. He first appeared on the ABC comedy Fish, then on Diff’rnt Strokes. Bridges, in particular, received praise for his role in the latter, and in 2018, he became the only surviving original cast member. Todd Bridges debuted on Fox’s Celebrity Boxing and was a contestant on Fear Factor in 2006, although he was eventually eliminated. The following year, he appeared on another reality program, Skating with Celebrities. The next year, he played a mobster in the American version of 1 vs. 100. He later participated in Decision House with his first wife, Dori. He appeared on Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling. Todd then presented the live game show Lovers or Losers: The Game Show in 2015 before competing in Celebrity Big Brother’s third season in 2022.
Todd Bridges has also appeared in many music videos, including Penny Ford’s Change Your Wicked Ways. He also made cameo cameos in the We Are All Made of Stars and Howlin’ for You music videos. In April 2010, he appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show. In 2008, the actor published Killing Willis: From Diff’rent Strokes to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted.