Posting on on March 3, someone named Connie assured a previous poster that Ace is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a.k.a. She knows, she wrote, because "when he was little, he went to church where I went. But dad Jay says Ace is not a Mormon -- "He's a nondenominational Christian." He is also, says Jay, "a hard-working, aspiring artist and as nice a guy as you'll ever meet." In fact, "he was a Boy Scout," says Ace's maternal grandfather Mills Whitney, 87, of Newhall, Calif., a small town north of L.A.'s San Fernando Valley."] Young has four older brothers: Josh, Duff, Marc, and Ryan.Go on a few dates, get to know each other, build all your great qualities.
While on the show, Young befriended fellow contestant and future rock sensation Chris Daughtry, with whom he co-wrote the song "It's Not Over;" the tune later appeared on Daughtry's debut album and received a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song in 2007.
Young launched his own recording career with the help of producer Desmond Child, and his self-titled album arrived in 2008.
They met as co-stars in the revival of the Broadway musical Garner played Sydney Bristow, a spy for the CIA on "Alias." Meanwhile, her real-life beau Michael Vartan played her on-screen beau Michael Vaughn, another double agent for the CIA.
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Best known as a contestant on the fifth season of Fox's American Idol, vocalist Ace Young is also a Broadway performer and contemporary pop vocalist.