Lance Barber Bio, Age, Family, Marriage, Net Worth, Young Sheldon, Movies

Lance Barber Biography

Lance Barber is a film and television actor from the United States who is known for his roles on the HBO drama The Comeback, in one episode of The Big Bang Theory and in the spin-off Young Sheldon.


How old is Lance Barber? – Age

He is 48 years old as of 29 June 2021. He was born in 1973 in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States.

Is Lance Barber married? -Wife – Family

Barber is married to Aliza, who is a chef. The couple lives in Los Angeles with their two young children.

Lance Barber Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1.1 million.

Lance Barber Young Sheldon

He appeared as George Cooper Sr., Sheldon, Missy and Georgie’s father, and the head football coach at Medford High in the American period sitcom television series Young Sheldon.


George lacks Sheldon’s intelligence, which causes others, particularly Meemaw, to question his genetic relationship with Sheldon. However, he is frequently regarded as Sheldon’s voice of reason, most notably in convincing Mary to allow him to attend college after his sophomore year of high school. Though he struggles to understand his intellectually gifted son, he is a loving father who has repeatedly defended Sheldon, earning Sheldon’s love and appreciation.

Sheldon, like most people, irritates him on a regular basis. Despite the fact that he is Georgie’s high school football coach, they frequently butt heads. He also has issues with Missy’s growth from childhood to adulthood. George Cooper Sr will die in 1995 when Sheldon will be 14 years old. Barber appeared as one of Leonard’s high school bullies in an episode of The Big Bang Theory before returning as his Young Sheldon character via videotape in a later episode.

Lance Barber Photo
Lance Barber Photo

Lance Barber On the Spot

He played various characters in the American television sketch comedy series On the Spot.


The show was set in a Malibu hotel called The Sunspot and featured a cast of colorful characters. The show frequently used the improvisation game “New Choice,” in which a bell rang and the actor speaking had to change the line they had just finished.

Lance Barber Faking It

He appeared as Lucas, Karma’s father in the American romantic comedy television series Faking It.


Being unique is popular at Hester High School in Austin’s outskirts. Karma Ashcroft and her best friend Amy Raudenfeld are invited to a house party hosted by popular gay student Shane Harvey, who believes the girls are a lesbian couple after numerous failed attempts to stand out. They are later outed as the school’s first lesbian couple at the party and unwittingly nominated for homecoming Queens. As their popularity grows, Karma attracts the attention of the popular and handsome Liam Booker, while Amy becomes aware of her growing romantic feelings for Karma as well as a rivalry with her new step-sister, Lauren, who discovers they are faking it.

Lance Barber The Comeback

He appeared as Paulie G, Valerie’s main antagonist in the American comedy-drama television series The Comeback. He is one of the two co-creators, head writers, and executive producers of Room and Bored.


The series begins with Valerie Cherish (Kudrow), who rose to fame on the sitcom I’m It!, which aired from 1989 to 1993. She was unable to find substantial acting work after that and was out of the public eye for more than a decade. Valerie is cast as Aunt Sassy on a new network sitcom called Room and Bored in 2005, and she agrees to document her return to television on a reality television series called The Comeback.

Lance Barber Movies

♦ 2019 – Raunch and Roll
♦ 2017 – Never Seen You Shine So Bright
♦ 2013 – Gangster Squad
♦ 2010 – Dead Cat
♦ 2010 – Penny
♦ 2008 – Shades of Ray
♦ 2008 – Leatherheads
♦ 2006 – For Your Consideration
♦ 2006 – Breakdown
♦ 2006 – The Lather Effect
♦ 2005 – The Godfather of Green Bay
♦ 2005 – The Poet of Canis

Lance Barber TV Shows

♦ 2017–present – Young Sheldon
♦ 2017 – All Hail King Julien
♦ 2016–2017 – Black-ish – Dr. Gabler
♦ 2016 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine
♦ 2015 – Dr. Ken
♦ 2014–2016 – Faking It
♦ 2014 – Masters of Sex
♦ 2014 – Garfunkel and Oates
♦ 2014 – Hot in Cleveland
♦ 2014 – Bob’s Burgers
♦ 2014 – We Got Next
♦ 2013 – Timms Valley
♦ 2013 – The Crazy Ones
♦ 2013 – Franklin & Bash
♦ 2013 – Whitney
♦ 2012 – Baby Daddy
♦ 2012–2018 – It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia