Judd Nelson is an American actor most famous for starring in the movie ‘The Transformers’. After studying acting in Manhattan, Nelson made his debut and started working in the early 1980s. However, he gained prominence in 1985 after starring in ‘The Breakfast Club’ and ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’. After this initial bout of success, he starred in several in several movies, plays, and TV series throughout the 1980s. In the 1990s, he continued working actively in TV and films. His most notable works from this period include ‘New Jack City’, ‘Suddenly Susan’, and Airheads’, all commercial successes. He also tasted failure as some of his films like ‘The Dark Backward’ and ‘Steel’ were both commercial flops and were panned by critics.
Nelson’s played his best roles in 2000s as he became a regular for several hit TV series, including ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’, ‘CSI: NY’, and ‘Two and a Half Men.’ These successful roles charted a long career for Nelson in Hollywood. However, many movies in the recent time like ‘Cybermutt’, ‘White Rush’, and ‘Bad Kids Go to Hell’ fared poorly and these are considered his worst movies. His most recent film ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ was a failure as well.