Born Jeremy Lance Gosnell in Conway, Arkansas on September 6, 1978, to Linda Kay Gosnell (née Stacks) and James Leo Gosnell, but raised by his mother and maternal grandmother Wynell Stacks (née Dollar), a personal Nanny for former Arkansas Governor Winthrop Rockefeller and his family.

While growing up in Conway at an early age Lance become interested in acting imagining that one day he would be discovered by Hollywood. During his public school years he attended the University of Central Arkansas' youth theater where he was introduced to the basics of acting.

As a teenager Lance would often study the comedians on Saturday Night Live where he would often entertain his mother and anyone who would listen with the voices of Yogi the Bear, a parody of Dana Carvey's President George Bush and Ross Perot, the late Phil Hartman's President Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan and well as learning the art of physical comedy from watching Chevy Chase.

In 1998, Lance enrolled in college at Arkansas State University where he studied theater and stage managed William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.

After enrolling at the University of Central Arkansas in 2006, a few years later an HBO film crew came to Little Rock, Arkansas to film part the documentary Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory (2011) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School for Law and Lance made it into a background shot of the film.

New Project: Unsolved Family Murder Mystery

 On April 12, 1971, my twice removed first cousin Pauline Storment, a 27yr old University of Arkansas Coed was stabbed to death while walkin...