Actor Todd Bridges, who starred in the TV series "Diff'rent Strokes," was ordered held without bail on an attempted murder charge for allegedly shooting a man five times and trying to slash his throat. Bridges, 23, was silent in Los Angeles Municipal Court on Monday except to acknowledge his name and plead not guilty. Judge David S. Milton declared Bridges a danger to the community and said an affidavit filed by police indicated the actor was a heavy cocaine user. Bridges played Gary Coleman's older brother in the series from 1978-86. According to an affidavit, Bridges shot Kenneth Clay, 25, on Thursday while Clay was standing, then emptied the gun into him as he lay on the floor of a house in south-central Los Angeles known as a drug hangout. The affidavit said Bridges then left and got a knife, came back and tried to slash Clay's throat, cutting his jaw.