Buck Thomas: Where is Roseanne Barr’s son now?

Buck Thomas

Buck Thomas is the son of Roseanne Barr. Buck Thomas is an American actress, comedian, writer, unsuccessful candidate for president, and producer. Barr began her career in stand-up comedy before gaining acclaim in the television sitcom Roseanne. She won an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her work on the show. 

Buck Thomas: Bio Summary

Full Name Buck Thomas
Famous asson of Roseanne Barr.
Age28 years old as of 2023
Date of Birth1995
Place of BirthUnited States of America
Zodiac signUnknown
Siblings Brandi BrownJennifer Pentland,
 Jake PentlandJessica Pentland
ParentsFather-  Ben Thomas
Mother –  Roseanne Barr

How old is Roseanne Barr’s son Buck?

Buck Thomas is the youngest son of actress Roseanne Barr and her ex-husband Ben Thomas. Barr welcomed her child Buck in 1995. He is 28 years old as of 2023. As the youngest child, Buck is the one who lives his life mostly out of the spotlight. Buck’s father is Ben Thomas, he is also an actor just like his famous ex-wife. Ben Thomas is an actor known for Roseanne (1988).

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What does Buck Thomas do for a living?

Though Buck Thomas is yet to make his acting debut, he has appeared on his mom’s Instagram page many times. In May 2020, Roseanne uploaded a video with the caption, “funny stories with my son,” which featured the two video chatting. “Talking with @bucktfor3!” she gushed.

Buck has also appeared on Roseanne’s social media in cute tributes. In May 2018, the star revealed Buck accomplished a big milestone when she shared a pic from his high school graduation. “My son graduated today!!” she marveled. However, the actress has not revealed much about what her youngest son does for a living.

Roseanne Barr’s children and Relationships

Buck Thomas is not the only child of his mother, He has four other siblings, they are Brandi BrownJennifer PentlandJake Pentland, and Jessica Pentland. Thomas’ mother, Barr has been married three times. In 1970, when she was 17, Barr had a child, Brandi Ann Brown, whom she placed for adoption; they were later reunited.

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In February 4, 1974, Barr married Bill Pentland, a motel clerk she met while in Colorado. They had three children: Jessica, Jennifer, and Jake. Pentland and Barr divorced on January 16, 1990. Four days later, on January 20, 1990, Barr married fellow comedian Tom Arnold and became known as Roseanne Arnold during the marriage.

Barr had met Arnold in 1983 in Minneapolis, where he opened for her stand-up comedy act. In 1988, Barr brought Arnold onto her sitcom, Roseanne, as a writer. Barr filed for divorce from Tom Arnold on April 18, 1994, in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, citing irreconcilable differences. Their efforts to have children were unsuccessful.

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Barr’s son Buck Thomas was born in Vitro fertilization

On February 14, 1995, Barr married Ben Thomas, her one-time personal security guard, at Caesars Tahoe with a reception at Planet Hollywood. In November 1994, she became pregnant through in vitro fertilization and they had a son named Buck. The couple stayed together until 2002.

In 2002, Barr met Johnny Argent online after running a writing competition on her blog and began dating him in 2003, after a year of phone conversations. Buck Thomas and his mother have also been sighted going to events together. The actress and her son Buck Thomas went to the premiere of ‘Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America’ held at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on October 23, 2006, in Hollywood, California together.

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Buck Thomas and Roseanne Barr also went to the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne Barr at Hollywood Palladium on August 4, 2012, in Hollywood, California together. The mother-son duo has a great bond between them.

Buck Thomas’ mother Barr

Thomas Buck’s mother Roseanne Barr has managed a pretty decent showing herself, thanks to a decades-long comedy career scarred by controversy. 

Yet it didn’t have to be that way. When Barr re-emerged in 2018 with a revived version of her mega-hit 1990s sitcom, “Roseanne,” she was poised for one of the greatest television comebacks of all time. In fact, the debut episode of the “Roseanne” reboot delivered monster ratings; as Deadline reported, the two-episode premiere, aired back to back, drew 17.7 million and 18.6 million, respectively, numbers that hadn’t been witnessed in broadcast television for years before that.

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Those numbers were so impressive, reported the New York Times, that ABC immediately renewed the revival for a second season. Continued success was all but assured. 

Yet with a single tweet, Barr managed to transform what could have been the biggest triumph of her life into a career-ending humiliation. Sadly, that wasn’t the only time that Buck Thomas’ mother, Barr’s controversial behavior proved her to be her own worst enemy.

As the Washington Post reported, however, she crossed a line when she issued a tweet (that she later deleted) describing former Obama administration adviser Valerie Jarrett as the offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood & “Planet of the Apes.” Barr’s tweet was immediately decried as racist — even by her own TV daughter, with “Roseanne” co-star Sara Gilbert responding vociferously via Twitter to deride Barr’s comments as “abhorrent.”

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Barr’s first instinct was to balk at being called a racist, which she did by tweeting, “Muslims r NOT a race.” Within hours of Barr’s tweet, then-ABC president Channing Dungey — who, like Jarrett, is African American — had taken decisive action. “Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show,” Dungey said in a statement. 

Too little and too late, Buck Thomas’ mother, Barr tweeted a mea culpa. “I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and to all Americans. I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks,” she wrote, via Entertainment Tonight, admitting her “joke was in bad taste.”

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