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inmate profile: Jake Busey

Continuing to look at the creative talent behind The Asylum's next release, the hotly-anticipated Nazis at the Center of the Earth, we turn now to actor Jake Busey.

A true child of Hollywood (his father is actor Gary Busey), Busey got his start at the ripe young age of seven, playing the son to his father's character in Straight Time, which starred Dustin Hoffman. Though he turned up here and there over the next decade, it wasn't until the 1990's and his 20's that Busey really started making a name for himself. What began as bit roles in smaller, more indie features like PCU, S.F.W., and The Stoned Age, metamorphosed into larger roles in larger films come the middle of that decade, including memorable turns in Peter Jackson's The Frighteners, and then also Twister, Contact, Starship Troopers and Enemy of the State. 

For the last decade, Busey has continued to stay busy on a variety of projects both on television and the big screen, and now he's bringing that culmination of talent and experience to The Asylum and Nazis at the Center of the Earth, in which he plays"Adrian Reistad." Sounds German. Find out for yourself on Aprl 24th, when Nazis at the Center of the Earth hits DVD, Blu-Ray and VOD.

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