Harold Elwin "Bo" Bice, III. (born November 1, 1975 in Huntsville, Alabama) is an American singer and musician who was the runner-up to Carrie Underwood in the fourth season of American Idol.
= Bice was nicknamed "Humphrey Bogart" by his grandmother as a child by his family, and it was later shortened to "Bo." He first made his mark at the age of 9, when he won a local school competition. Bice grew up with his mother and stepfather, Earle and Nancy Downes. The family moved around the South frequently, they lived in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida; including the metro areas of Atlanta and Birmingham. When Bice was 15 years old they moved to England in 1990, as part of Earle's European assignment with Coca-Cola in London. Bice spent his teenage years living in the suburbs of Gerrards Cross and Seer Green. The family were neighbors of Ozzy Osbourne. Bice attended London Central High School, a Department of Defense school primarily for children whose parents served in the military or worked at the U.S. Embassy. He would have graduated in 1994. In high school, he was found carrying his guitar everywhere, played football, attended pro...
|Born|| November 1 1975|