Born Schizophrenic is a series of 1-hour documentary specials that air sporadically every year.

Born Schizophrenic - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2010-05-04

Born Schizophrenic - JC Chasez - Netflix

Joshua Scott “JC” Chasez (; born August 8, 1976) is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, and occasional actor. He started out his career as a cast member on The Mickey Mouse Club before rising to stardom with *NSYNC, and by writing and producing for music acts such as Girls Aloud, Basement Jaxx, David Archuleta, and Matthew Morrison. He also served as a judge for America's Best Dance Crew.

Born Schizophrenic - Career - Netflix

As a child, Chasez was extremely shy, but when a friend bet him $20 to enter a talent show, he won the contest and soon realized he had a knack for performing and that he really enjoyed singing. In 1989, his mother Karen Chasez noticed a small ad in the Washington Post announcing auditions for Disney's The Mickey Mouse Club and encouraged Chasez to try out. He chose to audition, selecting the song “Right Here Waiting” by Richard Marx. Chasez was soon cast as a performer in the fourth season and stayed until the show's cancellation in 1996. Since there was another Mouseketeer named Joshua, Chasez went by his first and last initials, “JC”, to avoid confusion. It was during his time as a Mouseketeer that Chasez befriended future bandmate Justin Timberlake, along with other future entertainers including Britney Spears, Ryan Gosling, Tony Lucca, Keri Russell, and Christina Aguilera. He wrote the song “Give in to Me” (a.k.a. “Give Me The Love I Need”) when he was 18 in 1994 and he sings the lead on it on Euge Groove's debut CD.

Born Schizophrenic - References - Netflix