|Birthname||Alanson Russell Loud|
|born on||26 June 1951 at 22:34 (= 10:34 PM )|
|Place||La Jolla CA, USA, 32n50, 117w16|
|Timezone||PDT h7w (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||04°46' 16°10 Asc. 18°04'|
American gay musician and TV personality, Loud was one of the first gay men to come out on American television in 1973 documentary series, "An American Family." He once said, "Television ate my family,"
He died on December 22, 2001 at about 1 AM in Los Angeles according to his mother who gave the information on the public broadcasting system website. He died of liver failure caused by Hepatitis C and HIV infection.
The 12-part documentary series focused on the complexities of the modern middle class family life and premiered on January 11, 1973. Ten million viewers watched their real-life drama unfold, and witnessed the marital tensions which ultimately led to divorce, revelation of Lance's gay lifestyle and the changing family values of an entire culture. Lance was the eldest son (with four siblings) and arguably the audience's favorite personality in the family. He was gregarious and frank, and his TV appearances in the documentary led him to become a rock and roll musician and later, when the band, The Mumps, disbanded in 1980, a writer and columnist for Andy Warhol's "Interview" magazine, "Vanity Fair," "American Film, " and other magazines and journals.
Loud wanted to be perceived, not as a gay icon, but as "an outsider, a rebel, someone always living on society's edge." He and the family consented to film a follow-up episode in 1983, and, in 2003, the filmmakers released a film, "Lance Loud! A Death in an American Family."
- associate relationship with Warhol, Andy (born 6 August 1928). Notes: penpal
- friend relationship with Curtis, Jackie (born 19 February 1947)
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1980 (wrote for "Interview")
- Death by Disease 22 December 2001 at 01:00 AM in Los Angeles, CA (died of HIV infection and Hepatitis C)
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- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Aids (and Hepatitis C)
- Family : Childhood : Family large (four siblings)
- Family : Childhood : Order of birth (eldest of five kids)
- Family : Childhood : Parents divorced
- Passions : Sexuality : Homosexual male
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Group/ Duo (started "The Mumps")
- Vocation : Writers : Magazine/ newsletter