Thomas Barbusca

East Coaster Thomas Barbusca followed his older sister Brielle's footsteps in to acting when he was just a toddler. At 6 the industry brought Thomas to Los Angeles, when his sister Brielle, booked a series regular role on the hit USA series The Starter Wife.

In Los Angeles, ginger haired Thomas quickly became a favorite amongst commercial ad agencies; booking award winning campaigns for products like Dominos, Ford, Kraft, JC Penney, & Lunchables; just to name a few. Was not long after that, that Thomas began booking television on shows like Body of Proof (ABC), The New Girl (FOX), Sam & Cat (Nickelodeon), Anger Management (FX), and The Thunderman's (Nickelodeon). Thomas also began recurring on shows like The New Normal (NBC) & Grey's Anatomy (ABC)

In 2015 Thomas began work on the Wet Hot American Summer reboot for Netflix. Thomas' witty remarks as Camper Drew, quickly gained Hollywood's attention; making him one of the breakout stars of the series. Post Wet Hot, Thomas began work, recurring on American Horror Story:Hotel (FX), as well as Preacher (AMC). In between filming both shows, Thomas also found time take flight as Peter Pan in the 2015-16 Geico commercial campaign.

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Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television* (2017)
Guest starring as Jonathan Sneakz
One Day at a Time (2017)
Guest starring as Finn (2 episodes)
The Mick (2017)
Starring as Chip Pemberton (37 episodes)
Preacher (2016)
Guest starring as Chris Schenck (2 episodes)
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (2015)
Guest starring as Drew (7 episodes)
  • Episode 1x08: Day is Done (Jul 31, 2015) [Co-Star]
  • Episode 1x07: Staff Party (Jul 31, 2015) [Co-Star]
  • Episode 1x06: Electro/City (Jul 31, 2015) [Co-Star]
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The New Normal (2012)
Guest starring as Donny
Anger Management (2012)
Guest starring as Justin
American Horror Story (2011)
Guest starring as Jimmy (3 episodes)
New Girl (2011)
Guest starring as Young Boy
Body of Proof (2011)
Guest starring as Young Kid
Shameless (2011)
Guest starring as Remedial Kid
The League (2009)
Guest starring as Cooper Harris
Grey's Anatomy (2005)
Guest starring as Link McNeil (5 episodes)