Apr. 3rd, 1968
Sebastian Bach's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles
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- He got into trouble after wearing a T-shirt that read, "AIDS Kills Fags Dead". He later apologized on MTV for wearing the shirt and showing poor judgment.
- Skid Row's 1991 album, "Slave to the Grind", debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts. It was the first metal album to do so. It sparked more metal albums to debut at #1, including 'Guns N' Roses' (qv) "Use Your Illusion" albums.
- Used to be a choir boy.
- Has three children, son Paris, born in 1989, son, London, born in 1996 and a daughter, Sebastiana, born in 2007.
- Raised in Canada
- His father is David Bierk, a founding member and the Director of Peterborough's Artspace (1974-1987) and artist.
- Wrote the lyrics for the Skid Row song "Wasted Time" about his friend 'Steven Adler' (qv), who was the original drummer for 'Guns N' Roses' (qv).
- 'Ted Nugent (I)' (qv) led an intervention on the VH1 reality show _"Supergroup" (2006)_ (qv) and Bach gave up alcohol. Nugent promised to "kick the shit out of" him if he ever drank again. Later during the finale of the show Sebastian brought out a bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey and began guzzling it. Then he put some of the drink on Nugent's face and it was revealed that the bottle was filled with iced tea. Sebastian had done this as a joke.