Joey Fatone Net Worth

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Net Worth: $15 million
Age: 41
Full name: Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr.
Born: 28 January, 1977
Country of Origin: United States of America
Occupation: Actor, Singer, Dancer
Last Updated: 2018

 

Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr. is an American singer, dancer, actor and television celebrity he was born on 28th January, 1977. Keep reading to see how he accumulated his net worth.

Early Life

He was born in Brooklyn, New York City, to an Italian-American family, and was raised in Bensonhurst.

He attended Joseph B. Cavallaro J.H.S. (I.S. 281) located at 8787 24th Avenue, Brooklyn.

Joey Fatone is the son of Phyllis and Joseph Anthony Fatone Sr., an actor and musician.

He has two older siblings, Janine and Steven. At the age of 13 (thirteen), Fatone’s family relocated to Orlando, Florida.

There, in Orlando, Florida he got admission and also graduated from Dr. Phillips High School.

He sang the “Star Spangled Banner” before an Orlando Magic game with “The Big Guys”, a group which he was a member during his high school days, which also featured Puerto Rican singer, Luis Fonsi.

He also performed in many shows and musicals.

Joey Fatone is best known as a member of the boy band NSYNC, in which he sang baritone.

He came in 2nd (second) place on the ABC reality show Dancing with the Stars in the year 2007.

James was also the host of the U.S. and Australian versions of The Singing Bee which was transmitted on NBC in the U.S.

He was also the anchor for the game show Family Feud from which took place from the year 2010 to 2015.

Presently, Fatone is the anchor of Food Network’s Rewrapped, Live Well Network’s My Family Recipe Rocks and is also guest host of The Price Is Right Live! at Bally’s Las Vegas.

Immediately after his high school, he worked as a performer at Universal Studios in Orlando, where he played “Wolfie” in Beetlejuice’s Rock and Roll Graveyard Revue.

NSYNC

During summer of 1995, after befriending fellow Universal Studios stage performer, Chris Kirkpatrick, who was singing in a doo-wop group, who then became the fourth member of NSYNC, along with Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez, Lance Bass was then added to the group that would become NSYNC.

In the year 2001, Fatone co-celeb with NSYNC band mate Lance Bassin the Miramax film On the Line, he was a guest celebrity with NSYNC during year 2001 episode of The Simpsons episode New Kids on the Blecch and also did voicing with Bass on the same episodes of Disney’s Kim Possible and Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken.

Post-NSYNC Career

In year 2002 Fatone co-starred dramatic comedy motion picture My Big Fat Greek Wedding as Toula’s cousin Angelo, he emerge in the show My Big Fat Greek Life, and repeated the role again in the 2016 continuation My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.

Joey Fatone acted in the perilously acclaimed movie The Cooler.

He has had trivial roles in both the experimental film Red Riding Hood and Homie Spumoni, alongside Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

Joey Fatone has also been on Broadway performing leads in Rent and in a revival of Little Shop Of Horrors.

Fatone hosted NBC’s The Singing Bee as well as the Australian version of the show on Nine Network.

On 21st August, 2007, it was proclaimed that Fatone and Lisa Rinna, would swap Joan Rivers and Melissa Rivers as anchors of TV Guide’s red carpet pre-shows for the year 2007 – 2008 season.

His anchoring functions with TV Guide continued for the year 2008 – 2009 season.

Fatone was also in an episode of Hannah Montana as a restaurant owner named Joey Vitolo who used to be a baseball player and forces Hannah to sing in order to get a substitute signed ball for her brother.

He was also the “ringmaster” for the NBC celebrity reality series Celebrity Circus (which was based on the Australian version).

On 30th November, 2007, he played a role in the taping of the 2007 Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade inside the Magic Kingdom at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

On 22nd May, 2010, Fatone starred as a baseball player in an episode of Imagination Movers on the Disney Channel.

As at 6th – 18th July, 2010, Fatone played Franz Liebkind, the comedic Nazi soldier, in the musical “The Producers” at the Pittsburgh Benedum Center.

Joey Fatone has emerge as a voice actor in several episodes of Robot Chicken, starring as himself in a Kung Fu skit titled “Enter The Fat One” and then in the show’s Star Wars episode.

In the twelfth season of Family Feud in 2010, Fatone became the broadcaster with Steve Harvey as the host for that season.

In year 2011, he started hosting the Live Well Network series My Family Recipe Rocks. Within the same year he appeared in a horror movie titled “Inkubus”.

In January 2012, he was among the eight celebrities participated in the Food Network reality series Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off.

In the 6th week he was eliminated, but he won $5000 (Five thousand Dollars) for his charity, the Fatone Family Foundation.

He also hosted the Las Vegas show The Price Is Right at Bally’s Las Vegas, as a guest superstar anchor.

Joey Fatone has made a special guest appearance in Adult Swim’s The Eric Andre Show.

He can be seen regularly on stage singing with Steel Panther at West Hollywood House of Blues.

As of May to June 2013, he played Bert in the Pittsburgh CLO production of 42nd Street.

Around February, 2014, Joey Fatone made a guest appearance on the hidden camera show Impractical Jokers, standing in for one of the show’s celebs, Brian Quinn, during a challenge.

In April 2014, he began anchoring the Food Network cooking competition Rewrapped, where chefs ought recreate classic snacks foods, then create new dishes using said snack food.

In the month of August 2014 Fatone hosted the family reality series, Parents Just Don’t Understand, seen on the Hub Network, which was later re-branded as Discovery Family.

In the year 2015, he made a couple of appearances as himself in The Jack and Triumph Show.

In the year 2016, Joey Fatone appeared in the Progressive commercial, “The Dizzcounts.”

In the year 2016, Joey Fatone performed the voice of Carl in the animated feature film, “Izzie’s Way Home.”

In November 2016, Joey Fatone made one more appearance on Impractical Jokers for the Nitro Circus Spectacular episode.

Joey Fatone’s Marriage

On 9th September, 2004, Fatone tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend after dating for 10 (ten) years, his wife’s name is Kelly Baldwin.

The event took place in Oheka Castle on Long Island, New York and was all his bandmates were present.

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Fatone and his wife are blessed with two daughters, Briahna born 21st March, 2001 and Kloey Alexandria born 11th January, 2010.

Lance Bass, Fatone’s best friend, is their godfather.

Joey Fatone’s Dancing with the Stars

On the 1st February, 2007, the ABC television network announced that Fatone would take part in season 4 of the American version of Dancing with the Stars, which debuted on 19th March, 2007.

He ended up second, losing the mirror ball to Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough. Joey Fatone competed with professional partner Kym Johnson.

He took part in the 15th season of Dancing with the Stars for a second chance to win a mirror ball trophy, again dancing with Kym Johnson.

They were the second couple to be eliminated.

Dancing with the Stars at Sea

In February 2013, Fatone emerge on Holland America Line’s “Dancing with the Stars at Sea”, aboard the MS Eurodam.

He returned to Dancing with the Stars at Sea on Holland America Line’s MS Nieuw Amsterdam in January 2014 alongside co-star He was merged with Lacey Schwimmer and emerge alongside Mark Ballas, Sabrina Bryan, and a dance ensemble.

Unlike the TV show, however, this was not a competition and there were no eliminations.

Joey Fatone’s Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

On 18th October, 2009, Fatone attended the TNA Wrestling’s biggest annual pay-per-view event TNA Bound for Glory and co-hosted the live pre-show alongside Jeremy Borash.

This was not the first time Fatone has been linked to TNA as he has been spotted at Universal Orlando where TNA tapes their weekly television program.

Joey Fatone’s NSYNC Performance

On 25th August, 2013, the members of NSYNC regrouped for a one-off performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.

They performed a combination of “Girlfriend” and “Bye Bye Bye”.

After the performance, Lance Bass said that the group does not have plans at the moment for a reunion tour or new music.

Joey Fatone’s Stage Works

  • Rent – Mark Cohen (2002)
  • Little Shop of Horrors – Seymour Krelborn (2004)
  • The Producers – Franz Liebkind (2010)
  • 42nd Street – Bert Barry (2013)
  • Rock of Ages -The Palazzo, Las Vegas (2015)

Joey Fatone’s Awards & Achievements

Joey Fatone has been nominated with NSYNC eight (8) 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’.

Joey Fatone was also nominated for the 2003 Teen Choice Awards in the category of ‘Choice TV/Variety Host’.

Filmography

S/N Year Title Role Played
1. 2000 Longshot Pizza Chef
2. 2001 On The Line Rod
3. 2002 My Big Fat Greek Wedding Angelo
4. 2003 The Cooler Johnny Cappella
5. 2006 Homie Spumoni Buddy
6. 2016 My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Angelo
7. 2016 Dead 7 Whiskey Joe
8. 2016 Izzie’s Way Home Carl

Television Shows

S/N Year Title Role Notes
1. 2003 My Big Fat Greek Life Angelo Episode: “The Empire Strikes Back”
2. 2006 Shorty McShorts’ Shorts Ricky 3 episodes
3. 2008 Hannah Montana Joey Vitolo Episode: “Bye Bye Ball”
4. 2014, 2016, 2017 Impractical Jokers Himself 3 episodes
5. 2017 Celebrity Family Feud Himself Episode: “Boy Band vs. Girl Group”
6. 2017-present Impractical Jokers: After Party Himself (host)

 

Biography and Fast Facts about Joey Fatone

Date of Birth:                  — 28th January, 1977

Kloey Alexandra Fatone   — Daughter

Steven Fatone                — Brother

Briahna                           — Daughter

Kelly Baldwin                  — Wife

Joe Fatone                      — Father

Phyllis Fatone                  — Mother

Janine Fatone                  — Sister

Height                            — 6′ 1″ (185 cm)

Eyes Colour                    Light brown

Instruments he plays      — Vocals, Drums, Percussion

Hair Colour                      — Dark brown

Ethnicity                         — White

Nationality                      — American

Nick Names                     — Joey, Super Joey, Superman, Phat One

School Attended             — Dr. Phillips High School, Orlando, Florida

Joey Fatone’s Hot Dog Empire (Restaurant)

Joey Fatone of ‘NSync opened his Fast food World and his restaurant Fat One’s, a hot dog spot in Orlando which opened on August, 2016.

Fatone is seeing a lucrative future in the frankfurter business and he says he’s hoping to open three more locations in the Sunshine state soon.

He’s even looking to open up shop in one of the country’s most hot dog-loving cities, New York.Florida.

Later on Fast food and Restaurant was also available outside malls, it now sales on big truck.

Joey Fatone’s words when he was interviewed concerning his Fast food World “After years of working on television food shows, I’m excited to open this new venture which is a combination of who I am, where I’m from and where I’ve been,” Fatone said in a statement.

The former pop star regularly appears on the Food Network (and has shimmied on Dancing with the Stars).

Joey Fatone’s Appearance on Impractical Jokers

Joey Fatone is among the several celebrities that appeared appear on Impractical Jokers show.

He appears and performs a challenge in Brian “Q” Quinn’s place on the episode called Toasted.

When he passed, Q got a Win. He is the only guest celebrity to compete in a challenge and the only one to not be in a punishment.

Joey Fatone had an additional appearance in the 2015 April Fool’s Day prank which involved Murr running for Congress in the jockstrap race.

On November 2016, he made another appearance in the Nitro Circus event. In this particular show, he also competed on behalf of Brian “Q” Quinn (Quinn was suffering from a broken rib at the time).

In the most recent Impractical Jokers episode, he made an appearance when the guys shot a challenge at his new hot dog shop, “Fat-Ones”.

Joey Fatone Net Worth (2018)

Joey Fatone is an American singer, actor and television show anchor who has a net worth of $15 million in 2018.

He joined NSync and released three consecutive ground-breaking albums. Those three were classified as the multi-platinum by RIAA, the albums contained great songs like Bye Bye Bye and also the great Gonna Be Me.

The songs ranked high the music charts around the globe also the famous No Strings Attached was named as the album of the year by the Billboard.

Joey Fatone Social Media Details

Joey Fatone is being followed by many fans on his various social media channels, 195 thousand followers on Instagram where he relates with pals and fans.

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You can get in contact with him on Facebook, he is being followed by over 12k followers. You can also get in touch with him via Twitter where he has about 199k.

 

Conclusion

Joey remains a force of dominance in the TV and movie industry. However, at 41, there isn’t much to expect anymore.

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