James Lance Bass is an American singer, dancer, actor, and film and television producer. He grew up in Mississippi and rose to fame as the bass singer for the American pop boy band NSYNC. NSYNC's success led Bass to work in film and television. He starred in the 2001 film On the Line, which his company, Bacon & Eggs, also produced. Bass later formed a second production company, Lance Bass Productions, as well as a now-defunct music management company, Free Lance Entertainment, a joint venture with Mercury Records. After completion of NSYNC's PopOdyssey Tour, Bass moved to Star City, Russia, in a much publicized pursuit of a seat on a Soyuz space capsule. Bass was certified by both NASA and the Russian Space Program after several months of cosmonaut training, and planned to join the TMA-1 mission to the International Space Station. However, after his financial sponsors backed out, Bass was denied a seat on the mission.
|Born||James Lance Bass, May 04, 1979, Laurel, Mississippi, U.S.|
|Occupation||Singer, dancer, actor, producer, gay rights activist|
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Member of the multi-platinum-certified pop boy band NSYNC who founded the music management group Free Lance Entertainment and has participated in other media-related work.
He wanted to study engineering so he could work for NASA.
He was awarded the Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award in 2006 after he came out as gay.
He once starred with Jerry Stiller in the film On the Line.
- Space tourists
- NSYNC members
- LGBT people from Mississippi
- American basses
- Male actors from Mississippi
- Space advocates
- Singers from Mississippi
- LGBT dancers
- LGBT producers
- LGBT memoirists
- American male pop singers
- American child singers
- American male dancers
Latest information about Lance Bass updated on May 10 2021.