- Category : 1936-births
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 2/4 - Hermit / Opportunist
- Definition : Split - Small (11,17)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Contagion 3
American actor, singer, stunt man, action coordinator, writer, and sportsman, who has been based in Southern California since his young family moved to Los Angeles shortly after his birth.
In 1958, Budd Albright landed a recording contract with RCA Victor. He recorded the Rockabilly songs: "Adrienne" and "Got No Sunshine in My Soul". Albright, along with actor and recording artist Steve Rowland and sax player Chuck Rio formed the Hollywood band "The Exciters." They played all the hot spots around the Sunset Strip and LA club circuit.
As an actor he had minor roles in various TV movies and series. Albright also stunt doubled Hollywood stars including Robert Vaughn, Robert Wagner, Warren Beatty and Chris George. He often did double duty as actor/stuntman or actor/stunt coordinator. He worked as both an actor and the Action Coordinator on the movies Drive Hard Drive Fast (1973) and The Lonely Profession (1969). From 1968 to 1971, Albright worked as a stunt man in all 76 episodes (and as an actor in five episodes) of the groundbreaking TV series, The Name of the Game.
Budd Albright has always been active. He raced Go Karts with Paul Newman, Keenan Wynn and Steve Rowland. He has also raced sports cars and was an American Power Boat Association (APBA) Grand National Boat Racing Champion.
Albright left the acting/stunt business in 1974 and has since worked as a photo journalist with producer Gary Berwin and has written 32 magazine articles. In 1994, he formed Strike Team Media, a TV-promotional advertising firm.