JC Chasez began his career as part of The All New Mickey Mouse Club, which he was a part of from 1991 to 1994. There, he met Justin Timberlake, and in 1995 the two became the lead singers of the boy band *NSYNC. The group became popular around the world in the late 1990s, aided by a string of albums, including 2000's No Strings Attached and 2001's Celebrity.
The band took a hiatus in 2002 -- a hiatus that never ended, since Timberlake had a successful music career. Chasez kept busy, however, releasing albums on his own. His debut, Schizophrenic, was released in 2004; promotion for the album was scuttled by the "wardrobe malfunction" controversy involving Timberlake and Janet Jackson's performance at the Super Bowl XXXVII.
He continued to work, however, as a producer and songwriter, collaborating with the Backstreet Boys and American Idol runner-up David Archuleta. Also, he appears as a judge on the MTV series America's Best Dance Crew.
- Longshot (2001)
- Killer Movie (2008)
- 21 and a Wake-Up (2009)
- The All New Mickey Mouse Club (regular, 1991-1995)
- America's Best Dance Crew (judge, 2008-present)