Donald Buka

Donald Buka (1920–2009) was an American supporting actor in radio, films, and television from 1943 (Watch on the Rhine) to 1971 when he appeared in A Memory of Two Mondays. After some early experience in the theater, he got his start in mass media by appearing on the CBS radio program Let's Pretend.[1]

He appeared in episodes of Dragnet, Ironside, Perry Mason and The High Chaparral.

Buka was born in Cleveland, Ohio and died in Reading, Massachusetts.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
1943Watch on the RhineJoshua
1948The Street with No NameShivvy
1950Between Midnight and DawnRitchie Garris
1950VendettaPadrino - the Bandit
1951New MexicoPvt. Van Vechton
1953Stolen IdentityToni Sponer
1961Operation EichmannDavid
1964Shock TreatmentPsychologist
1970The Great White HopeReporterUncredited


  1. Bertel, Dick; Corcoran; Ed (June 1972). "Donald Buka". The Golden Age of Radio. Season 3. Episode 3. Broadcast Plaza, Inc.. WTIC Hartford, Conn.
  2. Donald Buka, Veteran Stage and Film Actor, Dies at 88 Archived September 28, 2013, at the Wayback Machine

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