I’m really sick.’ I started reading the sides and after two lines I spied out of the corner of my eye Joss nodding his head.
It wasn’t clear whether or not he liked what I was doing but he must have approved of something because before I knew it I had the job.”, Spike (James Marsters) shows up at a party and ends up being thrown through a window by a girl named April (Shonda Farr).
During the fifth, sixth and seventh seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the gifted actor and musician gained a brand new legion of fans with his portrayal of Warren Meers, leader of The Trioka.
I recently discovered several interviews I did a number of years ago that, for one reason or another, were never published.
Rather than have them continue to gather "dust" in my computer, I thought I would share them with you.
Many of their comedic-like attempts at evildoing were right up Busch’s alley, whose love of comedy eventually sparked his interest in an acting career.“When I was 12 years old I became obsessed with old-time radio,” recalls Busch.
“I used to collect and listen to tapes of The Jack Benny Show, The Jack Parr Show, Amos and Andy, George Burns and Grace Allen, you name it.
So I started out wanting to be a comedian, but my focus then turned to acting when I enrolled at the Lee Strassberg Acting Studio in New York City.
I hooked up with a great group of people there who showed me what real [acting] work is all about and how to express myself as a performer.“I was a miserable kid.My character would rather resort to skullduggery in order to get a date instead of simply asking a girl out.As a result he gets hurt and ends up blinded by that hurt.He went on to guest-star on such shows as Law & Order and The Fugitive.His feature film credits include Leon, Alien Vacation, Sugar & Spice and Magic Rock.In this interview - actor/musician Adam Busch talks about playing Warren Meers on the hit TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.