Budd Buster was born on June 14, 1891 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. He was a famous actor. He started his career in 1933 with the movie, "Her Forgotten Past" as a detective, which was directed by Wesley Ford and story writing was done by George Morgan. In the year 1935, he did more than 25 movies most of them were uncredited, including, "Circle of death", "Saddle Acres", "Wild Mustang", "Between Man" and "Lawless Border". In 1939, Budd did more than 20 movies in a row, such as: "The Fighting Renegade", "Colorado Sunset", "Daughter of the Tong", "Man of Conquest" and "Trigger Fingers".
Through out his career he did more than 300 movies and appeared in a footage in show, "The Gabby Hayes Show" and movie, "Jungle Safari". Unfortunately he died on December 22, 1965 in Los An
geles, California, United States.
Why was he famous?
He was famous for doing more than 300 movies and playing numerous roles most of them which were later on uncredited.
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