Lance Barber




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Lance Barber was born and raised in Battle Creek, Michigan - Cereal City, U.S.A. He caught the acting bug after his high school performance as Jethro in a stage version of The Beverly Hillbillies. He soon went on to The Barn Theatre - a summer stock company where he was blessed to work with Tom Wopat.

Chicago was the next stop on the Barber Express. There he studied improvisation at the Second City and Improv Olympic and was hired as a member of the Second City National Touring Company. He made several appearances at the Chicago Comedy Festival and is a founding member of the world-renowned improv troupe The G.O.C.

His television credits include MTV's "Faking the Video" and the WB's "On the Spot" and guest appearances on "ER," "Gilmore Girls," "Yes, Dear," "Come to Papa," "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," and "What I Like About You." On the big screen, Lance has leading roles in the independent features "Bad Meat" and "The Godfather of Greenbay" and the critically acclaimed short "The Confetti Bros." Lance wants the world to know he loves his mother very much.
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  • © 2004 John Sciulli/