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Michael Buscemi is a quirky, entertaining, and very talented sportscaster who ESPN cameras follow when he covers stadiums. Buscemi starts his day before games, when he delivers a "hard, passionate ride" through the streets of New York seeking truth and justice and hot coffee in all-too-satisfying streetside cups. Buscemi has written a book about this day, guaranteeing that you'll either love or hate him. Michael Buscemi is a huge Mets fan—so much so that he was banned from a Hudson River park because of his enthusiasm whenever the Mets were.
A long list of movies is what we find if we look at the professional life of Michael Buscemi. Thanks to many years of work and effort, the actors manage to find their own style of acting, although at the same time, they know how to adapt to what they ask of them. That is a great virtue that Michael Buscemi possesses and we can appreciate in each of his films.
Buscemi was born in upstate New York. As a young child Michael traveled all around the country with his family. In 1986 they made their home in San Francisco bay area. For the past 17 years Michael has been living and working in the studio environment creating and developing a body of work as well as the distinguished style. Independent film maker Peter Miller, made a documentary about Michael’s studio and his work in progress. Film documented the creation of an amazing large scale oil painting titled “The Sun & The Moon”.
Michel Buscemi was born in upstate New York. As a young child Michael traveled all around the country with his family before settling in the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid 80’s. For the past 14 years Michael has been working in the studio environment creating and developing an ever-permuting body of work while still maintaining a distinctive style. Actively involved in the Bay Area art scene, Buscemi feels that artist’s strength is in their unity and has actively sought to unite local artists through curating group shows. Buscemi’s work has become part of collections throughout the Bay Area, New York and across the country. His studio process has been chronicled in a documentary by independent filmmaker, Peter Miller. The film followed the creation of “The Sun & The Moon,” a vast and appropriately atmospheric oil on canvas.