Jeff T. Buco AEA / SAG-AFTRA
Color & Light Theatre Ensemble Company Member [email protected]
Jeff T. Buco is a Los Angeles based performer.
He has studied improvisation at The Groundlings School with Allison Dunbar and Kevin Berntson, On-Camera training at LA On-Camera Training Center with Jamison Haase, and Acting at Brian Reise Acting Studio with Brian Reise.
Jeff received voice training under Flo St. Jean in the genres of Classical, Jazz, Country, Pop, Rock, R&B, and Musical Theatre. He has sung in Latin, Spanish, French, and Italian. He has been hired to sing for fundraisers, masses, weddings, wakes, funerals, and receptions.
While he would not classify himself as a dancer, he studied ballet under Eva Marie Pacheco and Stephanie Albanese, jazz under Angela Coburn and Elaine Colaneri, and had the privilege of taking class with late Luigi at his studio in New York City. He currently studies jazz with Jill Strauss and Marina Munoz at JillyJazz Dance Arts at the Electric Lodge in Venice, CA.
He can be seen in the background of 27 Dresses, Ted, Funeral Kings, Franklin & Bash, Body of Proof, What Not To Wear, and How I Met Your Mother.
On stage he has appeared in original works Bill Haller’s Rock Van Winkle, Hat Dance In The Key Of Jazz, and The Scarlet Letter: A New Musical. As a member of Color & Light Theatre Ensemble he was seen on stage as Man 2 in Joe Iconis’ Things To Ruin, and as a soloist in the concerts GenderSwap, A Very Merry Larry O’Keefe Concert, and Shamrock.
Jeff has previously sung at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s for Jim Caruso’s Cast party with Billy Stritch as accompanist and with James Lent as accompanist at the former Don’t Tell Mama’s West and several other venues throughout Los Angeles.
Recent projects include Elder Gion in the short film Lido + Mirette and himself in the music video “Ballin’” for Good Peoplez.
Behind the scenes, Jeff has worked as a Writer, Producer, Director, Production Assistant, Art Director, Caterer, and Costume Designer. He maintains a vegan lifestyle and is currently working on a vegan cook book and a series of children’s books to educate and inspire.