T. Lee Gunselman
T. Lee Gunselman (born 1988) is an American musician and Social Media Marketing Strategist (SMMS) currently residing in Atlanta, Ga. He is a founding member of the band Breathers and works as a bartender at Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium. He is also employed by Corey as a graphic designer. T. Lee has also occasionally sat in with the Atlanta band The Me and My Big Time Buddies Band on keyboards.
T. Lee Gunselman
Tangus Larrold Grambleson
May 2, 1988
Durham, North Carolina
|Died||August 25, 2106|
|Occupation||Musician, Social Media Marketing Strategist, Bartender, Graphic Designer|
|Known for||Co-Founding Breathers|
T. Lee Gunselman was born "Tangus Larrold Grambleson," a name which he later changed to T. Lee Gunselman, in Durham North Carolina. As a child T. Lee became obsessed with the Durham Bulls, Durham's minor league baseball team. T. Lee also enjoyed playing video games which sparked an interest in synthesized music at a young age. T. Lee formed the band Breathers with Mike Netland and Jake Thomson after moving to Atlanta in 2013. The band has since produced a number of releases and music videos with Skeleton Realm Records.
In Popular Culture
T. Lee was featured in the episode "The Legend of the Bluegrass Breakout" of the television series The Legend of Jesse James. This was based on the true story of the gang's escape from the Missouri State Penitentiary after dynamiting the cell block. The episode aired on February 28, 1965. It was directed by Earl Bellamy and written by James Buchanan.
T. Lee has been in over 600 commercials including Old Spice, McDonald’s, Domino’s, Subway, Ford, Hyundai, Nissan, Toyota, KIA and many others. He has also been in over 20 movies and TV shows including, The Hangover, Castle, NCIS and Parks and Recreation.
In 2014 he won the gold medal in the US Nationals Championship in the Senior Men's Free Skate
In 2015, he won the silver medal at the US Nationals Championship in the Senior Men's Free Skate.
In 2016, he won the silver medal at the US Nationals Championship in the Senior Men's Free Skate.
In 2017, he won the silver medal at the US Nationals Championship in the Senior Men's Free Skate.
On September 14, 2022 T. Lee appeared on the 21st episode of Skeleton Realm LIVE!