Tom Busby

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Tom Busby (7 November 1936, Toronto, Ontario, Canada – 20 September 2003, Glasgow, Scotland) was a Canadian actor and agent. Among his film credits were The War Lover (1962); The Dirty Dozen (1967) as Milo Vladek, one of the dozen; and Heavenly Pursuits (1986).[1]

Busby was responsible for training Glasgow youngsters at Community Service Volunteers (CSV). Among his many pupils were Billy Boyd, actor (The Lord of the Rings) and Cameron McKenna, voice-over artist (STV Announcer). Busby also directed comedian Chic Murray in another version of A Christmas Carol shown in 1992 on the BBC.[citation needed]

The novelist Siân Busby was his daughter.[2]

He died on September 20, 2003 at his home in Glasgow, Scotland, he was 66 years old. The cause of death was a Heart attack.


Independent Short Film "Geez Peace" (1996) - cameo as Fish Feathers


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