Faustino made his television debut at the age of 3 months when he appeared on the Lily Tomlin Special. Elsewhere , and The Love Boat. In , he landed a full-time gig on Married He played Bud, the younger of the two Bundy children, in episodes, from April 5, , until the season finale on June 9, In , he appeared in the reality television special Celebrity Boot Camp a shortened version of the Boot Camp series for celebrities.
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The Wrestling Episode: The Battle Of The Bundys On ‘Married … With Children’
David Faustino is one of the many actors that made his way up the ranks in a manner that not a lot of people noticed for several reasons, one of those being that he never really stood out until he was part of one of the most controversial shows around, Married…with Children, as Bud Bundy. For some reason, this is the role that really stood out the most even though his character was kind of a pathetic horndog that had little respect for women and was perhaps the only person in the Bundy family that had any chance of becoming something other than unhappy and miserable, since he was the smartest but not always the luckiest. The thing is though, once Bud got away from his family he was actually a bright and very resourceful individual, but he was still kind of a sleaze.
You can watch the episode on Daily Motion here. If you have any suggestions on shows that need to be featured in The Wrestling Episode, let us know in our comments section below. Back in the mids, upstart network Fox — long before the success of The Simpsons , and even longer before it turned into a hardcore sex channel — decided its first prime-time, live action sitcom should subvert the tropes of classic shows about happy families and be about a group of violent, depressed and stupid assholes who failed at life and take it out on each other.