Joey Fatone is a well-known American singer who is best known as the member of the band ‘NSYNC’. He is also an actor, television personality, and dancer. He was the host of ‘The Singing Bee’ on NBC. He has also hosted it in its Australian version. In 2007, Fatone came second in ‘Dancing with the Stars’ on ABC. He has done many stage works. Here is a quick summary of Joey Fatone’s net worth in 2018, career and earnings.
Joey Fatone Early Life
Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr. was born on January 28, 1977, to Joseph Anthony Fatone Sr. and Phyllis Fatone in Brooklyn, New York City. He grew up in Bensonhurst.
He first went to Joseph B. Cavallaro J.H.S and completed his schooling from Dr. Phillips High School. During his early days, Fatone performed in many musicals and plays.
After finishing his high school, Joey Fatone used to work as a performer in Orlando’s Universal Studios. In there, Fatone played “Wolfie” in the ‘GraveYard Revue’ of Beetlejuice.
In 2004, Joey Fatone got married to Kelly Baldwin after being together for over 10 years. The couple has two daughters named Kloey Alexandria and Brianha. His daughters’ godfather is Lance Bass.
Joey Fatone Career, Awards & Achievement
In 1995, Joey Fatone became a member of NSYNC along with Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez, and Justin Timberlake. With them, he released a self-titled album in 1998. Another album entitled ‘No Strings Attached’ was released in 2000. The album ‘Celebrity’ was released in 2001.
Fatone made his film debut by appearing in the 2000 movie ‘Longshot’. He then went on to appear in the films ‘On the Line’, ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’, ‘The Cooler’, ‘Dead 7’, and ‘Izzie’s Way Home’. In 2016, he reprised his role by appearing in ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2’.
In television, he appeared in an episode of ‘My Big Fat Greek Life’ in 2003. He then appeared in ‘Shorty McShorts’ Shorts’ and ‘Impractical Jokers’. He has guest appeared in several shows including ‘The Eric Andre Show’, ‘Family Feud’, ‘Robot Chicken’, and ‘Imagination Movers’. Fatone has also served as the guest host of ‘The Price Is Right Live!’. He finished at the second place in the season 4 of ‘Dancing with the Stars’.
Joey Fatone has also appeared in various stage works like ‘Rent’, ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, ‘The Producers’, ‘42nd Street’, and ‘Rock of Ages’.
He is currently the host of ‘My Family Recipe Rocks’ on Live Well Network and ‘Impractical Jokers: After Party’.
Awards & Achievements
With NSYNC, Joey Fatone has been nominated eight times for the Grammy Awards. He was nominated for the 2000 Kids’ Choice Awards. In 2003, he was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Awards for ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’. He was also nominated for the 2003 Teen Choice Awards in the category of ‘Choice TV/Variety Host’.
Net Worth of Joey Fatone
Joey Fatone has an estimated net worth of more than $15 million. He makes his fortune by appearing in various films and TV shows. He has successfully released various albums with NSYNC and has also appeared in many Broadway. Fatone has hosted many TV shows and was the runner-up in the 4th edition of ‘Dancing with the Stars’.
Joey Fatone is considered one of the most popular television personalities in the world. He has been a part of the famed boy band ‘NSYNC’. From being a singer to an acclaimed actor and television host, Fatone has found success in several endeavors of his career. He has been appearing on the red carpet for a long time along with Lisa Rinna. He has also successfully hosted the karaoke game show called ‘Singing Bee’.