Known for his time on The Mickey Mouse Club, he was the second runner-up for The Voice's second season.
His singing career began when he was three; he started child modeling when he was nine and began playing with his cousin, Cole Garlak, in Detroit bands when he was twelve.
His first CD, which was self-released in 1997, was titled So Satisfied. His second CD, Strong Words Softly Spoken, was self-released in 1998.
He was born of Italian, Welsh, French, and English ancestry; his parents were Sally and Tony Lucca. He married a woman named Rachel in 2007 and adopted her son Liam. In 2009 they welcomed a daughter, Sparrow Jane.
He began dating Keri Russell while both were on the Mickey Mouse Club and they lived together after the show ended; they co-starred on the short-lived show Malibu Shores, which was produced by Aaron Spelling.