Chris Kirkpatrick Biography
Chris Kirkpatrick (Christopher Alan Kirkpatrick is an American singer, dancer, and actor, best known as a founding member of the popular boy band NSYNC. Kirkpatrick grew up in a musical family, and he began singing and performing at a young age.
He attended Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where he studied music and theater. While in college, Kirkpatrick formed a group called “The Hollywood High School Dropouts” with fellow students.
Chris Kirkpatrick Age
Christopher Alan Kirkpatrick was born on 17 October, Clarion, Pennsylvania.
Chris Kirkpatrick Family
His father’s name is Byron Kirkpatrick, and his mother’s name is Beverly Eustice. His mother and stepfather raised him when they were divorced and he was young.
Siblings: Chris Kirkpatrick has three younger siblings. His brother’s name is Kevin, and his sisters’ names are Karen and Molly.
Chris Kirkpatrick has spoken about his family in various interviews over the years and is known to be close to them.
Karly Skladany | Wife
Karly Skladany is the wife of Chris Kirkpatrick, a former member of the boy band *NSYNC. The couple got married on November 2, 2013, in an intimate ceremony held at the Loews resort in Orlando, Florida.
Karly Skladany is a marketing and sales executive who has worked for several companies, including William Morris Endeavor, Live Nation, and Madison Square Garden. She and Chris Kirkpatrick met in 2008 at a mutual friend’s wedding, and they started dating in 2010.
Observers have spotted Karly and Chris attending various events together, and Chris has occasionally shared photos of them on social media, but they have remained relatively private about their personal lives since getting married.
Chris Kirkpatrick Son
In August 2017, the couple welcomed their first child, a son named Nash Dylan Kirkpatrick.
Kirkpatrick’s distinctive voice and unique style helped to set NSYNC apart from other boy bands of the era. Along with Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, and Joey Fatone, Kirkpatrick helped to propel NSYNC to superstardom in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Kirkpatrick’s eclectic fashion sense, which included dreadlocks, braids, and colorful clothing, was known by many. He also had a reputation for being the comedian of the group, often providing comic relief during interviews and performances.
After NSYNC disbanded in 2002, Kirkpatrick pursued a career in acting and appeared in several television shows and movies. He also founded the record label, “FuMan Skeeto,” and started his own pop group called “Nigels 11.”
Chris Kirkpatrick Chip Skylark
Chris has provided the voice of Chip Skylark on The Fairly Odd Parents.
As a solo artist, Chris Kirkpatrick has released a limited number of songs. Here are a few:
“Funky New Year” – a cover of the classic song by The Eagles, released in 1999.
“That’ll Get Ya By” – a pop song featuring Kirkpatrick’s signature falsetto, released in 2002.
“If I’m Not The One” – a mid-tempo ballad, released in 2002.
“Mississippi Girl” – a cover of the hit song by Faith Hill, featuring Kirkpatrick’s rap verse, released in 2005.
“You Really Got Me” – a cover of the classic song by The Kinks, released in 2012.
Chris and Extra’s Mario Lopez, opened “Cali-Mex” Restaurant, Cinco and Tequila in Orlando in July 2018.
The entertainer has an estimated net worth of $13 million.