Lucian Buscemi is an American musician and actor, born on June 30, 1990 in New York City, USA. He is known as the son of actor, producer and director Steve Buscemi.
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Lucian is the only child of the marriage between Steve Buscemi and Jo Andres.
Details about Lucian’s educational background are unknown. However, it has been revealed that he spent his childhood in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Despite his parents’ film-oriented professions, Lucian instead developed a deep interest in rock and alternative music. Influenced by his father, Lucian fell in love and grew up listening to the legendary 1970s punk bands The Ramones and The Clash. He counts too Korn, Blink-182 and Green Day as his influences.
Inspired by different music genres, Lucian Buscemi started learning to play different instruments at an early age. Today he is considered a multi-instrumentalist as he plays piano, guitar and bass.
Hollywood – Actor & Musician
Lucian Buscemi’s career as an actor started very early in his life, when he was only six years old, when he was cast in a minor role in the movie “Trees Lounge”. Premiered in 1996 and written and directed by Lucian’s father Steve Buscemi, this film revolves around a mechanic named Tommy, who lets life go by while making up excuses not to abandon his alcoholic ways.
In 2007 Lucian was involved in the soundtrack of “Interview”, with his band Fiasco’s song “0157: H7 (Spy Song)”.
The film starring and directed by his father Steve is a remake of “The Departed” and while the script received mixed reviews, it was also well reviewed by experts for its execution.
In 2011, Lucian contributed to the original soundtrack (OST) of the movie “4:44 Last Day on Earth”. The film – which received mixed reviews – is an SCI-FI drama directed by Abel Ferreira, and is centered on the story of two lovers who spend the end of the world together in New York.
Also in 2011, Lucian worked in the sound department of the movie “Sal”, which is based on the true story of the actor/musician Sal Mineo.
Music career – Fiasco
Together with Jonathan Edelstein and Julian Bennett Holmes, Lucian Buscemi – who was then 16 years old – founded the band Fiasco. Fiasco’s sound did not fit into one genre, the members of the band were inspired by many bands such as Bad Brains, Don Caballero and Lightning Bolt.
Often defined as a mix of math rock and hardcore punk, Lucian . told Gothamist that the band members were musically inspired by their personal experiences and preferences: ‘Actually, we all got into hardcore punk through word of mouth and the internet, and then we wanted to play that style of music.’ As such, he believes that the creation of Fiasco was not determined by their environment or social background: “Kids who get into that style of music can happen anywhere.”
Although they started out as a cover band, this didn’t stop the members from experimenting with their sound, slowly improving it and developing a more unique style: ‘It got louder and more complex I think. We started playing in strange time signatures and the riffs we started writing became harder to play.’ Regardless of the changes the band went through, Fiasco still kept their punk influences throughout its career.
After being signed to the independent company Impose Records, in 2007 Fiasco released their first album – “God Loves Fiasco” – which contained 23 songs and gained the band recognition in the local Brooklyn music scene. After that, they released several albums such as “Native Canadians” in 2008, “Fabolous Bozo FP” in 2009 and the single “Sinus Rhythm Breakdown” in 2012. These works were highly acclaimed by the public, making the band showcased by not only by rock music magazines, but by various mainstream media platforms.
Fiasco also toured the US several times, but went on an indefinite hiatus in 2012, although apparently during the production of the single “Sinus Rhythm Breakdown”.
The members concentrated on their personal projects – Buscemi has acted more, in films such as in “Interview”, “Tree Lounges” and “The Sopranos”, and has also been involved in the soundtracks of several Hollywood productions.
What exactly Lucian Buscemi does today is not known.
Lucian Buscemi maintains his romantic life privately. Because of this, there is no information about his partners or marital status, but he is believed to be single and has no children.
Father – Steve Buscemic
Lucian’s father is Steve Buscemi, the acclaimed American actor, writer and director who has starred in such films as “Reservoir Dogs” and “Desperado”.
Steven Vicent Buscemi was born in New York, the son of John and Dorothy Buscemi of Italian and Irish descent. Steve moved from Brooklyn to Nassau County with his parents and three brothers. Steve graduated from Valley Stream Central High School in 1975 and then enrolled at Nassau Community College, although he later transferred to the Lee Strasberg Institute in Manhattan.
Although Steve had always been interested in acting, his first job was as a firefighter. He worked in New York from 1980 to 1984, when he moved to Los Angeles and made his Hollywood debut in the No Wave Cinema movie “The Way It Is”. He was then cast in several small roles in productions such as “Parting Glances” and “Miami Vice”.
In 1989, he appeared in the movie “Mystery Train”, for which he was nominated as Best Supporting Male at that year’s Spirit Awards.
His outstanding performance in said film helped him land a spot in the cast of the 1990 movie “Millers Crossing”.
In 1992, Steve Buscemi finally got his first lead role, as Adolpho Rollo in the movie “In The Soup”. The same year, he would be cast as Mr. Pink in “Reservoir Dogs”, one of his most memorable roles to date, for which Buscemi won the Best Supporting Male category at the Spirit Awards.
In 1996, Buscemi starred in the movie “Fargo” as the lead actor Carl Showalter. This role was positively received by pundits and was followed by other character roles in productions such as “Con Air” in 1997, the 1998 film “The Big Lebowski” and “Ghost World” in 2001. For the latter, he won the Chicago Film Critics Association. Awards category for Best Supporting Actor.
During these years, Buscemi also debuted as a voice actor, giving his voice to several memorable characters from animated films “Monsters, Inc.” and its prequel, 2004’s “Home On The Range”, and 2006’s “Monster House”.
Other major roles in Buscemi’s career included Tony Blundetto in the 2004 classic “The Sopranos” and as Enoch Thompson in the series “Boardwalk Empire”, a role for which he won the Best Actor category at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards. .
In 1992, Steve Buscemi made his directorial debut with the short film “What Happened to Pete”, which was followed in 1996 by “Trees Lounge”. In the 2000s he also directed “Animal Factory”, “Lonesome Jim” and “Interview”.
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Buscemi’s career as a series director was also successful, he worked on the web show “Love”, and TV series “The Sopranos” and “30 Rock”.
Mother – Jo Andres
Though less prominent than her husband, Lucian’s mother Jo Andres was a talented filmmaker, dancer and artist. Her artistic works have been featured in several galleries in New York, while she has also worked and collaborated with Wooster Group, Rockefeller Study Center and Yaddo. Her most acclaimed work was the 1996 film “Black Kites”, which was screened at several renowned international film festivals.
Andres also directed the 2012 short film “Liquid Tara” and Diana Krall’s music video for the song “When The Curtain Comes Down”.
The story of Buscemi and Andres
Steve Buscemi and Jo Andres met in 1983 and started dating right away. They married in 1987, and despite their busy careers, they managed to maintain a happy family life for decades.
Sadly, Jo Andres passed away in January 2019 after battling ovarian cancer for several years. About his loss, Buscemi said in 2020: GQ Magazine: ‘If I didn’t suddenly go, I hope I can be as present as Jo was. She led the way. She was surrounded by friends and family.’
Lucian Buscemi has an estimated net worth of over $5 million, which is largely the result of his career as a musician.
Lucian Buscemi is a man of white ethnicity. He has brown blond hair and green eyes. He is 1.72 m tall, but his weight is unknown.
Other Interesting Facts
All Fiasco band members were multi-instrumentalists.
Lucian has no public social media accounts.
One of Buscemi’s favorite New York concert venues was Silent Barn.
Although his band Fiasco often cited big names as their influences, Lucian told Impose Magazine differently: “We also have influences that suck, but you just don’t hear them.”