Known For Acting
Known Credits 25
Birthday July 8, 1981 (42 years old)
Place of Birth Oakland, California, USA
Also Known As
- Lance Darnell Gross
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Lance Darnell Gross (born July 8, 1981) is an American actor, producer and photographer. He's best known for his roles as Calvin Payne on TBS' House of Payne, Tyrique Freeman on Fox's Our Kind of People, Maurice Jetter on Fox’s Star, Billy Colton on the CBS remake of MacGyver, Marcus Finley on the NBC drama Crisis, Daniel Reynolds on Fox’s Sleepy Hollow, Brice in the Tyler Perry film Temptation, Sammy in the Lifetime remake of Steel Magnolias, Marcus Boyd in the movie Our Family Wedding alongside America Ferreira, and Michael Brown in Meet the Browns. He is the first actor to win four NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role on Tyler Perry’s House of Payne.
Gross starred in TV One’s “When Love Kills: The Felicia Blakely Story” directed by Tasha Smith, the BET anthology series “Tales: Trap Queen” directed by Benny Boom, and BET’s “The Bobby Brown Story.”
He is also the creator, producer and star of the MACRO digital series “I Turned My Camera On” on Essence, which combined his love of photography with a series of celebrity interviews. The series featured Michael B. Jordan, Omari Hardwick and Kelly Rowland, among others.