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William Gary Busey
Gary Busey
(/ˈbjuːsi/; born June 29, 1944)[2] is an American actor. A prolific character actor, Busey has appeared in over 150 films, including Lethal Weapon
Lethal Weapon
(1987), Predator 2
Predator 2
(1990), Point Break (1991), Under Siege
Under Siege
(1992), The Firm (1993), Carried Away (1996), Black Sheep (1996), Lost Highway (1997), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), The Gingerdead Man (2005) and Piranha 3DD
Piranha 3DD
(2012). Busey also made guest appearances on television shows such as Gunsmoke, Walker, Texas
Texas
Ranger, Law & Order, Scrubs, and Entourage. For portraying Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
in The Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
Story (1978), Busey was nominated for the Academy Award
Academy Award
for Best Actor
Actor
and won the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor. In 2014, he lampooned his public image through a series of advertisements for Amazon Fire TV.[3][4]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 Early career 2.2 Rise to prominence 2.3 2000s–present

3 Personal life 4 Filmography

4.1 Film 4.2 Television 4.3 Video games

5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Early life Busey was born in Goose Creek, Texas, the son of Sadie Virginia (née Arnett), a homemaker, and Delmer Lloyd Busey, a construction design manager.[5] He graduated from Nathan Hale High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Oklahoma
in 1962. While attending Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg State University
in Pittsburg, Kansas
Pittsburg, Kansas
on a football scholarship, he became interested in acting.[6] He then transferred to Oklahoma
Oklahoma
State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma
Oklahoma
where he quit school just one class short of graduation. Career Early career

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
(standing), Mark Hamill
Mark Hamill
and Jack Elam
Jack Elam
from The Texas Wheelers, 1974

Busey began his show business career as a drummer in The Rubber Band.[7] He appears on several Leon Russell
Leon Russell
recordings, credited as playing drums under the names "Teddy Jack Eddy"[8] and "Sprunk",[citation needed] a character he created when he was a cast member of a local television comedy show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, called The Uncanny Film Festival and Camp Meeting[8] on station KTUL
KTUL
(which starred fellow Tulsan Gailard Sartain as "Dr. Mazeppa Pompazoidi"). For his skits on Uncanny Film Festival, Busey drew on his American Hero, belligerent, know-it-all character. When he told Gailard Sartain his character needed a name, Sartain replied, "Take three: Teddy, Jack and Eddy."[8] He played in a band called Carp, which released one album on Epic Records in 1969.[9] Busey continued to play several small roles in both film and television during the 1970s. In 1975, as the character "Harvey Daley," he was the last person killed on the series Gunsmoke (in the third-to-last episode, No. 633 – "The Busters"). Rise to prominence

Gary Busey
Gary Busey
at the premiere of A Star Is Born in 1976

In 1974, Busey made his major film debut with a supporting role in Michael Cimino's buddy action caper Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, starring Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood
and Jeff Bridges. In 1976, he was hired by Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand
and her producer-boyfriend Jon Peters to play Bobby Ritchie, road manager to Kris Kristofferson's character in the remake film A Star is Born. On the DVD commentary of the film, Streisand says Busey was great and that she had seen him on a TV series and thought he had the right qualities to play the role. In 1978, he starred as rock legend Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
in The Buddy Holly Story with Sartain as The Big Bopper. For his performance, Busey received the greatest critical acclaim of his career and the movie earned Busey an Academy Award
Academy Award
nomination for Best Actor
Actor
and the National Society of Film Critics' Best Actor
Actor
award. In the same year he also starred in the small yet acclaimed drama Straight Time
Straight Time
and the surfing movie Big Wednesday, which is now a minor cult classic. In the 1980s, Busey's roles included the critically acclaimed western Barbarosa, the comedies D.C. Cab[10] and Insignificance, and the Stephen King
Stephen King
adaptation Silver Bullet. He played one of the primary antagonists opposite Mel Gibson
Mel Gibson
and Danny Glover
Danny Glover
in the action comedy Lethal Weapon. In the 1990s, he had prominent supporting roles in successful action films such as Predator 2, Point Break and Under Siege. He also appeared in Rookie of the Year, The Firm, Black Sheep, Lost Highway, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Busey sang the song "Stay All Night" on Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
in March 1979 (season 4, episode 14), and on the Late Show with David Letterman in the 1990s.[11] 2000s–present In 2003, Busey starred in a Comedy Central reality show, I'm with Busey. In 2005, he also voiced himself in an episode of The Simpsons[12] and appeared in the popular miniseries Into the West. Busey controversially appeared in the 2006 Turkish nationalist film Valley of the Wolves: Iraq, (Kurtlar Vadisi: Irak, in Turkish), which was accused of fascism, anti-Americanism[13] and anti-Semitism.[14] In 2007, he appeared as himself in a prominent recurring role on HBO's Entourage, in which he parodied his eccentric image, ultimately appearing on three episodes of the show. In 2008, he joined the second season of the reality show Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.[15] Busey returned to reality television in Celebrity Apprentice 4, which premiered in March 2011,[16] and appeared again in Celebrity Apprentice 6. There, he briefly reprised his role as Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
by performing "Not Fade Away". In a series of 2010 YouTube
YouTube
advertisements for Vitamin Water, Busey appeared as Norman Tugwater, a lawyer who defends professional athletes' entitlements to a cut from Fantasy Football team owners.[17] In 2014, he became a celebrity spokesperson for Amazon Fire TV. That August, he appeared in, and became the first American winner of the fourteenth series of the UK version of Celebrity Big Brother. On September 1, 2015, it was announced that he will be competing on the 21st season of Dancing with the Stars. He was paired with professional dancer Anna Trebunskaya.[18] Busey and Trebunskaya made it to Week 4 of competition but were then eliminated and finished in 10th place.[19] Personal life

Busey in September 2007.

In 1971, Busey's wife Judy Helkenberg gave birth to their son, William Jacob "Jake" Busey. Busey and Helkenberg divorced when Jake was 19 years old. Busey has a daughter named Alectra from a previous relationship.[20] On December 4, 1988, Busey was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in which he was not wearing a helmet. His skull was fractured, and doctors feared he suffered permanent brain damage.[21] In 1996, Busey publicly announced that he was a Christian, saying: "I am proud to tell Hollywood I am a Christian. For the first time I am now free to be myself."[22][23] Busey cites the motorcycle accident, as well as a 1995 cocaine overdose,[24] as events that strengthened his religious faith. In 1997, Busey underwent successful surgery to remove a cancerous, plum-sized tumor from his sinus cavity. The congenital growth was found after Busey began suffering nose bleeds.[25] During the filming of the second season of Celebrity Rehab in 2008, Busey was referred to psychiatrist Dr. Charles Sophy. Sophy suspected that Busey's brain injury has had a greater effect on him than realized. He described it as essentially weakening his mental "filters" and causing him to speak and act impulsively. Sophy recommended Busey take valproic acid (Depakote), with which Busey agreed.[26] In February 2010, Busey's fiancée Steffanie Sampson gave birth to their son, Luke Sampson Busey.[27] In 2015, Busey supported Donald Trump's 2016 presidential bid saying, "For the American people, vote for Donald Trump
Donald Trump
come election night."[28][29] In 2015, he again expressed support for Trump's candidacy for president.[30]

Filmography Film

1967: The Love-Ins
The Love-Ins
as Hippie with Loudspeaker (uncredited) 1968: Wild in the Streets
Wild in the Streets
as Concert Attendee (uncredited) 1971: Angels Hard as They Come (also known as Angel Warriors) as Henry 1972: The Magnificent Seven Ride!
The Magnificent Seven Ride!
as Hank Allen 1972: Dirty Little Billy
Dirty Little Billy
as Basil Crabtree 1973: Lolly-Madonna XXX
Lolly-Madonna XXX
(also known as The Lolly-Madonna War) as Zeb 1973: Hex as Giblets 1973: The Last American Hero (also known as Hard Driver) as Wayne Jackson 1974: Thunderbolt and Lightfoot Curly 1975: You and Me Himself 1976: A Star Is Born as Ritchie 1976: The Gumball Rally
The Gumball Rally
as Gibson - Camaro Team 1978: The Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
Story as Charles Hardin Buddy Holly 1978: Straight Time
Straight Time
as Willy Darrin 1978: Big Wednesday
Big Wednesday
as Leroy Smith 1980: Carny as Frankie 1980: Foolin' Around as Wes 1982: Barbarosa
Barbarosa
as Karl Westover 1983: Didn't You Hear... as James 1983: D.C. Cab
D.C. Cab
as Dell 1984: The Bear as Paul W. Bryant 1985: Insignificance as The Ballplayer 1985: Silver Bullet as Uncle Red 1986: Eye of the Tiger as Buck Matthews 1986: Let's Get Harry
Let's Get Harry
as Jack 1987: Lethal Weapon
Lethal Weapon
as Joshua 1988: Bulletproof as Frank McBain 1989: Hider in the House as Tom Sykes 1990: Act of Piracy
Act of Piracy
as Ted Andrews 1990: Predator 2
Predator 2
as Peter Keyes 1991: Point Break as F.B.I. Special
Special
Agent Angelo Pappas 1991: My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys as Clint 1992: Canvas as Ozzy Decker 1992: Under Siege
Under Siege
as Commander Krill 1992: The Player as Himself 1993: The Firm as Eddie Lomax 1993: Rookie of the Year as Chet Steadman 1993: South Beach
South Beach
as Lenny 1994: Breaking Point as Dwight Meadows 1994: Surviving the Game
Surviving the Game
as Doc Hawkins 1994: Drop Zone as Sergeant Vince Banger 1994: Warriors as Frank Vail 1994: Chasers
Chasers
as Ty Moncrief 1995: Man with a Gun as Jack Rushton 1996: Livers Ain't Cheap (also known as The Real Thing) as Foreman 1996: One Clean Move as Connie 1996: Black Sheep as Drake 1996: Carried Away (also known as Acts of Love) as Major Nathan Wheeler 1996: Sticks & Stones as Book's Dad 1996: The Chain as Frank Morrisey 1997: Steel Sharks as Cmdr. Bill McKay 1997: Suspicious Minds
Suspicious Minds
as Vic Mulvey 1997: The Rage as Art Dacy 1997: Lost Highway as Bill Dayton 1997: Lethal Tender as Mr. Turner 1997: Plato's Run as Plato 1998: Rough Draft as Nelson Keece 1998: Soldier as Church 1998: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as Highway Patrolman 1998: Detour
Detour
(also known as Too Hard to Die) as Otto Mazur 1999: Two Shades of Blue as Jack Reynolds 1999: Hot Boyz (also known as Gang Law) as Tully 1999: The Girl Next Door as Sheriff Larson 1999: No Tomorrow as Noah 1999: Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang as The Hodded Fang 2000: A Crack in the Floor as Tyler Trout 2000: Tribulation as Tom Canboro 2000: Glory Glory (also known as Hooded Angels) 2000: G-Men from Hell 2001: A Crack in the Floor 2001: Down 'n Dirty 2002: Sam and Janet 2002: On the Edge 2002: Welcome 2 Ibiza 2002: Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice 2003: Frost: Portrait of a Vampire 2003: The Prize Fighter 2003: Quigley (also known as Daddy Dog Day) 2003: Scorched 2003: The Shadowlands 2003: Ghost Rock 2004: Shade of Pale 2004: Motocross Kids 2004: Fallacy 2004: Lexie 2004: El Padrino 2004: Border Blues 2004: Latin Dragon 2005: The Hand Job 2005: Souled Out 2005: No Rules 2005: Chasing Ghosts 2005: A Sight for Sore Eyes (Short) 2005: The Baker's Dozen 2005: Buckaroo: The Movie 2005: The Gingerdead Man 2006: The Hard Easy 2006: Descansos 2006: Valley of the Wolves: Iraq 2006: Dr. Dolittle 3
Dr. Dolittle 3
(voice) 2006: Shut Up and Shoot! 2006: Soft Target 2006: Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride: Hunter S. Thompson on Film (Documentary) 2007: Lady Samurai 2007: Homo Erectus (also known as National Lampoon's The Stoned Age and Dawn of Sex) 2007: Blizhniy Boy: The Ultimate Fighter 2007: Succubus: Hell-Bent 2008: Beyond the Ring 2009: Hallettsville 2009: Down and Distance 2010: Freaky Saturday Night Fever 2011: Guido 2011: Jenny 2012: Change of Heart 2012: Piranha 3DD 2012: Lizzie 2013: Matt's Chance 2013: Bounty Killer 2014: Confessions of a Womanizer 2014: Behaving Badly 2015: Entourage

Television

1970: The High Chaparral; episode: "The Badge" 1971: Dan August; episode: "The Manufactured Man" 1972: Bonanza; episode: "The Hidden Enemy" 1973: Kung Fu; episode: "The Ancient Warrior" 1974: The Execution of Private Slovik
The Execution of Private Slovik
(movie) 1974–1975: The Texas
Texas
Wheelers (all 8 episodes) 1975: Gunsmoke; episode: "The Busters" 1975: Baretta; episode: "On the Road" 1979: Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
(March 10) (as himself / host) 1985: The Hitchhiker; episode: "W.G.O.D." 1993: Fallen Angels; episode: "Since I Don't Have You" 1997: Hawaii Five-O (unaired pilot) 1988: A Dangerous Life (miniseries) 1989: The Neon Empire
The Neon Empire
(movie) 1991: Wild Texas
Texas
Wind (TV movie) 1992: Chrome Soldiers (TV movie) 1997: Hawaii Five-O (movie) 1997: Rough Riders (miniseries) 1998: Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms (movie) 1998: The Girl Next Door (movie) 1999: Walker, Texas
Texas
Ranger; episode: " Special
Special
Witness" 1999: Shasta McNasty; episode: "The Thanksgiving Show" 2000: The Outer Limits; episode: "Revival" 2000: The Huntress; episode: "What Ralph Left Behind" 2001: Law & Order; episode: "Formerly Famous" 2001: King of the Hill; episode: "Soldier of Misfortune" (voice) 2002: The Man Show; episode: "The Juggbournes" (as himself) 2003: Russians in the City of Angels (3 episodes) 2003: I'm with Busey
I'm with Busey
(all 13 episodes) (as himself) 2004: Penn & Teller: Bulls***!; episode: "12 Stepping" (as himself) 2004–2005, 2007: Entourage; episodes: 1.6, 2.1, 4.8 (as himself) 2005: Yesenin (miniseries) 2005: The Simpsons; episode: "On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister" (as himself) (voice) 2005: Into the West (miniseries) 2005: Celebrity Fit Club (USA) (season 2) (as himself / team member) 2006: Tom Goes to the Mayor; episode: "Wrestling") (voice of Coach Harris) 2006: Scrubs; episode: "My Missed Perception" (as Gary Busey lookalike) 2006: Celebrity Paranormal Project
Celebrity Paranormal Project
(all 9 episodes) (as himself) 2007: Maneater (movie) 2008: The Cho Show; episode: "Off the Grid") (as himself) 2008: Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew
(season 2) (as himself/participant) 2009: Nite Tales: The Series; episode: "Trapped" 2009: The Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy
The Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy
(as himself) 2011: Celebrity Apprentice 4 (as himself/contestant) 2011: Two and a Half Men; episode: "Frodo's Headshots" (as himself)[31] 2012: truTV Presents: World's Dumbest... (as himself) 2012: Rove LA
Rove LA
(4 episodes) (as himself) 2012: Celebrity Wife Swap
Celebrity Wife Swap
(1 episode) (as himself) 2012–2013: Mr. Box Office
Mr. Box Office
(4 episodes) 2013: Celebrity Apprentice 6 (contestant) 2014: American Dad!; episode: "She Swill Survive" (as himself) (voice) 2014: Celebrity Big Brother 14
Celebrity Big Brother 14
(contestant and winner) 2015: Dancing with the Stars (contestant) 2016 Sharknado: The 4th Awakens

Video games

2002: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (voice) 2006: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (voice) 2008: Saints Row 2
Saints Row 2
(voice) 2016: Hitman (voice and likeness) (uncredited)[citation needed]

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result

1978 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Actor The Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
Story 3rd place

New Generation Award[citation needed] Won

New York Film Critics Circle Best Actor 2nd place

1979 Academy Awards Best Actor
Actor
in a Leading Role Nominated

Golden Globe Awards Best Motion Picture Actor
Actor
– Musical/Comedy Nominated

National Society of Film Critics Best Actor Won

1980 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles Nominated

1987 CableACE Awards Actor
Actor
in a Dramatic Series[citation needed] The Hitchhiker Won

1994 Fallen Angels Nominated

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Gary Busey
meets Amazon Fire TV' commercial recycles his Celebrity Apprentice task and fails in exactly the same manner". Techtimes.com. April 7, 2014. Retrieved 2017-08-18.  ^ "Watch crazy Gary Busey
Gary Busey
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Gary Busey
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