Published on March 6th, 2020 | by Darren Paltrowitz0
Actor Thomas Barbusca On His New Film “Big Time Adolescence,” The TBS Series “Chad” & More
Actor Thomas Barbusca may be best known to television audiences for his memorable role as “Chip Pemberton” on FOX’s comedy The Mick, on which he starred along opposite Kaitlin Olson of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Other recognizable TV credits of Barbusca include Preacher, One Day At A Time, American Horror Story, Schooled, and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp. On the big screen, the multi-faceted actor stars as “Leo” in the CBS film Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life with Lauren Graham, as based on prolific author James Patterson’s #1 New York Times best-selling series.
There is a lot coming up for Thomas Barbusca in the coming months, to say the least. Barbusca will also be seen in TBS’ highly-anticipated series Chad, alongside former Saturday Night Live star Nasim Pedrad, and has lent his voice to the animated feature Ron’s Gone Wrong. But next up is the upcoming Hulu Original Big Time Adolescence, a film about a suburban teenager coming of age under the destructive guidance of his best friend, an aimless college dropout played by SNL‘s Pete Davidson. Big Time Adolescence hits select theaters on March 13th before premiering on Hulu on March 20th.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Thomas Barbusca by phone on March 4, 2020. The full conversation is embedded below for your listening pleasure, as is the trailer to the earlier-mentioned Big Time Adolescence. Barbusca can be followed on Instagram via @ThomasBarbusca.