Gus is an enthusiastic and highly versatile performer. He's trained and performed all over the world, from classical acting workshops at The Globe Theatre in London to Broadway Gypsy workshops in New York, a BFA in Performance that led to receiving third generation Meisner training from Larry McDonald. From stage to film, Gus Langley has an 18 year-long resume, having done a little bit of everything, from working under director Steve Rash in Atlanta to parodying Cory Harrison in the stage show, Pawn Shop Live! at the Riviera on the Las Vegas strip.

Recently up for roles in Broadway shows such as the Book of Mormon and Sting's the Last Ship, Gus's singing capabilities reach beyond musical theatre, including classic rock, pop, rap, and country. He's also trained in a number of dance styles including ballet, modern dance, hip-hop, and tap.

Need some intimidating muscle to play bouncer or a charming social butterfly to host your special occasion? Gus has worked as atmosphere characters for Six Flags and for the interactive experience Awesome 80's Prom under Ken Davenport.

His skills include hosting, emceeing, singing, dancing, acting, voiceover work, fire-breathing, mime, accents, stage combat, ten years each of baseball and football, and improv, having most recently performed and written for the '...most inappropriate show in Vegas,' Mother Fuppets.

Recent film projects have had Gus in Kafkaesque desert landscaped as well as on the National Geographic Channel, having most recently worked with award winning director Gerardo Naranjo on an upcoming movie about an 80's punk band starring Dakota Fanning, Zoë Kravitz, Jeremy Allan White, and featuring John Bernthal.


Gus is available for parties, events, conventions, festivals and nightclubs.