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.
|1943||Watch on the Rhine||Joshua|
|1948||The Street with No Name||Shivvy|
|1950||Between Midnight and Dawn||Ritchie Garris|
|1950||Vendetta||Padrino - the Bandit|
|1951||New Mexico||Pvt. Van Vechton|
|1953||Stolen Identity||Toni Sponer|
|1970||The Great White Hope||Reporter||Uncredited|
- Bertel, Dick; Corcoran; Ed (June 1972). "Donald Buka". The Golden Age of Radio. Season 3. Episode 3. Broadcast Plaza, Inc.. WTIC Hartford, Conn.
- Donald Buka, Veteran Stage and Film Actor, Dies at 88 Archived September 28, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
- Donald Buka on IMDb
- Donald Buka at the Internet Broadway Database
- Donald Buka at the Internet Off-Broadway Database
- Donald Buka at Find a Grave