13 Facts About Gary Busey

1. In 1988, Gary Busey was in a motorcycle accident and was severely injured, since he did not wear a helmet.

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2. In 2015, it was announced that Gary Busey would compete in the 21st season of Dancing with the Stars, together with Anna Trebunskaya.

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3. In 1978, Gary Busey landed the lead role as rock legend Buddy Holly in The Buddy Holly Story.

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4. In 1974, Gary Busey finally experienced his big breakthrough in the film Thunderbolt and Lightfoot in a supporting role.

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5. In 1988, Gary Busey was the victim of a near-fatal motorcycle accident, which resulted in the enactment of stricter helmet laws in the state of California.

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6. In 1971, Gary Busey made his cinematic debut with a lead role in the biker film Angels Hard as They Come, which was written by Jonathan Demme.

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7. In 2003, Gary Busey starred on a Comedy Central reality show, "I'm with Busey.

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8. In 1978 Gary Busey attained critical acclaim for the performance in The Buddy Holly Story.

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9. On December 4, 1988, Gary Busey was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in which he was not wearing a helmet.

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10. In 2003, Gary Busey starred in a Comedy Central reality show, I'm with Busey.

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11. In 2015, Gary Busey supported Donald Trump's 2016 presidential bid saying, "For the American people, vote for Donald Trump come election night.

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12. In 1996, Gary Busey publicly announced that he was a Christian, saying: "I am proud to tell Hollywood I am a Christian.

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13. In 1974, Gary Busey made his major film debut with a supporting role in Michael Cimino's buddy action caper Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, starring Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.

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