Joey Fatone Net Worth 2020, Biography, Personal Life and Career
Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr. was born on January 28, 1977, in Brooklyn, New York City. He was born to an Italian-American family and raised in Bensonhurst.
He was born to Phyllis and Joseph Anthony Fatone Sr., an actor, and musician, and has two older siblings, Janine and Steven.
His family moved to Orlando, Florida when he was 13 years old. He attended and graduated from Dr. Phillips High School there.
Fatone sang the “Star-Spangled Banner” before an Orlando Magic game with “The Big Guys,” a group he was in during high school, which then featured Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi, and also performed in many plays and musicals.
Joey married his on-and-off girlfriend of 10 years, Kelly Baldwin on September 9, 2004.
The wedding ceremony took place in Oheka Castle on Long Island, New York, and was attended by all of Fatone’s bandmates.
Joey and his wife have two daughters: Briahna, born March 21, 2001, and Kloey Alexandria, born January 11, 2010.
Fatone is still married to his wife Kelly. He addressed rumors of a split on August 28, 2013, and denied the reports.
While working as a performer at Universal Studios, Fatone befriended Chris Kirkpatrick, who recruited Fatone to join the boyband ‘N Sync.
Though ‘N Sync only released three studio albums, all three were certified multi-platinum by the RIAA and have produced such hits as Bye Bye Bye and It’s Gonna Be Me, which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.
No Strings Attached was named the album of the 2000s by Billboard. After ‘N Sync parted ways, Fatone pursued an acting career.
His film appearances include On the Line with former bandmate Lance Bass, the sleeper-hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which grossed $368.7 million worldwide, and the critically acclaimed award-winning film The Cooler.
Fatone has loaned his voice to Disney cartoon Kim Possible, Shorty McShorts’ Shorts, and Robot Chicken. In 2002, Fatone joined the Broadway cast of Rent where he played core character, Mark Cohen.
Two years later, Fatone achieved the lead role of Seymour Krelborn for the stage revival of Little Shop of Horrors.
Fatone’s hosting duties include television game show The Singing Bee, reality television show Celebrity Circus, and TV Guide’s red carpet pre-shows.
Fatone appeared on season four of Dancing with the Stars, where he came in second place.
He has also hosted the TV series Rewrapped for The Food Network and My Family Recipe Rocks for Live Well Network.
Joey Fatone has a net worth of $14 million.