Bubba Lewis began singing at the age of four at an event in Georgia which was produced by his mother. He walked out on stage with his cowboy hat and kicker boots and sang Aaron Tippins’ “Call of the Wild”. He brought the house to their feet and immediately began receiving calls to entertain all over the state. Bubba performed for schools, fairs, churches, civic organizations, pageants, and even for the governor of Georgia.
After years of performing and winning numerous awards, Bubba decided to take his career to the next level. In January of 2000, Bubba went to NYC to compete at the Apollo Theatre’s Apollo Kids Search with Steve Harvey. He received a standing ovation and ultimately won the competition. Bubba signed with The Hot Shot Kids Agency out of Atlanta and landed his first movie role in, “The Angel Doll” immediately afterwards. Still in demand for his musical accomplishments, during the next two years Bubba would star in the musical sensation, “Lost in the Fifties”, and perform six nights a week in Savannah, Georgia.
Bubba’s career jumped into high gear after landing the role of Bobby Jones in the feature film, “Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius”. This was a dream role for Bubba who is a four-handicap and loves to play golf whenever he can.
When Bubba moved to Hollywood, California., he was instantaneously greeted with open arms by the entertainment industry. Soon after the move, he was cast as an autistic boy in the Lifetime TV movie, “Miracle Run” starring Mary Louise Parker and Aidan Quinn. While this was one of his most challenging roles, Bubba took it in stride and was able to learn a lot about himself as an actor.
Most recently, Bubba has guest starred in the new TNT hit series, “The Closer “7th Heaven”. He has recently finished shooting the feature film, “Flags of our Fathers”, produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Clint Eastwood.