Joey Fatone Biography, Age, Magician, Wife, NSYNC, Networth

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Joey Fatone Biography

Joey Fatone (born: Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr.) is an American singer, dancer, television personality, and actor. In addition to his entertainment career, Fatone has also been involved in various business ventures. He has owned a hot dog stand called Fat One’s Hot Dogs and Italian Ice at the Florida Mall in Orlando since 2016.

Fatone came in second place on the ABC reality show Dancing with the Stars. He was also the host of the U.S. and Australian versions of The Singing Bee, which aired on NBC in the U.S.

From 2010 to 2015, Joey was the announcer for the game show Family Feud. He has hosted on Food Network’s Rewrapped, Live Well Network’s My Family Recipe Rocks, and The Price Is Right Live! at Bally’s Las Vegas.

He worked as a performer at Universal Studios in Orlando after high school. Fatone played “Wolfie” in Beetle juice’s Rock and Roll Graveyard Revue.

Joey Fatone Age | How Old Is Joey Fatone?

Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr. was born On January 28, 1977, in Brooklyn, New York City. He is 46 years

Joey Fatone Family

He was born to an Italian-American family and raised in Benson Hurst. 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.

Kelly Baldwin Joey Fatone | Joey Fatone Wife | Joey Fatone Married | Is Joey Fatone Married? | Joey Fatone Girlfriend

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 Fatone Divorce

In 2013, it was speculated that the two had split, some sources confirmed the rumors to be invalid. In 2015it was announced that the couple had separated. Fatone confirmed in June 2019 that they have gone their separate ways after filing for divorce after nearly 15 years of marriage.

Joey Fatone Kids

Fatone and his wife have two daughters: Briahna, born March 21, 2001, and Kloey Alexandria, born January 11, 2010.

Joey Fatone Daughter

In 2017, Joey Fatone opened up about raising his younger daughter with autism. The former boy-bander and daughter Kloey competed side-by-side in June 2017 on USA’s “Big Star Little Star,” and they did it all for a good cause — the advocacy, awareness and outreach organization Autism Speaks.

Joey explained that Kloey has high-functioning autism (HFA). He has shared that Kloey has taught Fatone and his wife, Kelly, to stay flexible.

“It has tested us a lot,” he said. “She’s on the spectrum of autism and there are all different types, so everyone handles their child differently, but we handle it as we go, like most parents. The things that I was able to simply explain or express to Briahna when she was young, I have to kind of take a different approach with Kloey, for her to understand.”

Joey Fatone The Masked Singer

Fatone appeared as the Rabbit in the singing competition show The Masked Singer.

Joey Fatone NSYNC

NSYNC was formed in 1995, and Fatone joined the group as one of its five members. The other members of NSYNC were Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, and Chris Kirkpatrick.

NSYNC became one of the most popular boy bands of the late 1990s and early 2000s, with hits like “Bye Bye Bye,” “It’s Gonna Be Me,” and “Pop.” The group sold over 70 million records worldwide before going on hiatus in 2002.

After NSYNC, Fatone continued to pursue a career in entertainment. He appeared in a number of movies and television shows, including “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” “Dancing with the Stars,” and “Family Feud.” He also hosted a number of television shows, including “The Singing Bee” and “Common Knowledge.”

Fatone has been married to his wife, Kelly Baldwin, since 2004. They have two daughters together.

Joey Fatone Podcast

On his Two Cups Of Joe podcast, Joey is joined by his manager and friend of 25 years, Joe Multihulls, as they discuss everything from parenting and raising a family to television, film, music, and sports with some of their famous friends.

Joey Fatone Restaurant

Joey Fatone, a former member of the popular boy band *NSYNC, has been involved in the food industry for several years. He has owned and operated a few different restaurants over the years.

One of his most well-known restaurants was called Fat One’s Hot Dogs and Italian Ice, which was located in the Florida Mall in Orlando, Florida. The restaurant served a variety of hot dogs and sausages, as well as Italian ice for dessert.

Unfortunately, the restaurant closed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Joey Fatone has expressed interest in reopening the restaurant in the future, and has also mentioned the possibility of opening additional locations.

Aside from Fat One’s, Joey has also been involved in other food-related ventures. He has appeared on several cooking shows, including *NSYNC’s Fatone in the Kitchen on the Food Network, and has served as a celebrity judge on various cooking competition shows.

Joey Fatone Family Feud

He also served as the host of the game show “Common Knowledge” and has made multiple appearances as a contestant on “Family Feud.”

In fact, Joey has competed on “Family Feud” several times with his family. In 2019, he appeared on the show with his wife, Kelly, and their daughters, Kloey and Briahna. They faced off against Lance Bass and his family in a special NSYNC-themed episode.

Fatone has also competed on “Celebrity Family Feud” twice. In 2015, he and his family competed against the cast of the television show “My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” In 2017, he and his NSYNC bandmates competed against the cast of the television show “Dancing with the Stars.”

Overall, Fatone has proven to be a popular and entertaining contestant on “Family Feud,” both with his family and with his fellow celebrities.

Joey Fatone Impractical Jokers | Impractical Jokers Joey Fatone

Fatone made a guest appearance on the hidden camera show Impractical Jokers in February 2014, standing in for one of the show’s stars, Brian Quinn, during a challenge. Joey made another appearance on Impractical Jokers for the Nitro Circus Spectacular episode in November 2016.

Joey Fatone Dancing With The Stars | Joey Fatone DWTS

The ABC television network announced on February 1, 2007, that Fatone would participate in season 4 of the American version of Dancing with the Stars, which debuted March 19, 2007. Fatone ended up placing second, losing the mirror ball to Apolo Anton Ohno and also Julianne Hough.

Joey competed with professional partner Kym Johnson. He participated in the 15th season of Dancing with the Stars for a second chance to win a mirror ball trophy, again dancing with Kym Johnson.

The duo was the second couple eliminated. Fatone later returned in season 27 during Trio Week as a trio partner to John Schneider and Emma Slater.

What Band Was Joey Fatone In?

  • NSYNC
    1995 – 2002
  • Bravo All-Stars
    1998 – 1998

Joey Fatone Hot Dog

Fatone opened up his own hot dog stand, Fat One’s Hot Dogs & Italian Ice, at a mall in Orlando, Florida in 2017. Fat One’s quickly gained popularity, appearing on live television on Impractical Jokers in the episode Crickets. The stand in the mall shut down, and Fat One’s became a food truck instead of in late 2017.

Joey Fatone Net Worth

The Masked Singer star has an estimated net worth of $14 million.

Is Joey Fatone Gay?

Joey is not gay. There were rumors that Fatone is gay after his best friend Lance Bass revealed his sexuality as being gay. Bass came out as gay in a cover story for People magazine on July 26, 2006.

Joey Fatone House

Fatone’s former Windermere-area house was listed for $5.5 million in April 2018. The former NSYNC member sold his 4-acre lakefront estate for $3.3 million to executives with a Los Angeles-based educational management company.

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