Chris Kirkpatrick Biography
A native of Clarion, Pennsylvania, Chris Kirkpatrick is an American singer, dancer, songwriter, music producer, and occasional actor who was born on October 17, 1971. Kirkpatrick is best known for his work as the founding member of the pop group NSYNC, in which he sang countertenor.
Kirkpatrick has appeared on numerous TV shows and provided the voice for Chip Skylark on The Fairly OddParents. Kirkpatrick also guest-starred on The Simpsons as himself, along with his fellow NSYNC bandmates, in the episode (New Kids on the Blecch).
Chris Kirkpatrick Age
Kirkpatrick is 50 years old as of 2021, he was born on October 17, 1971, in Clarion, Pennsylvania, the United States as Christopher Alan Kirkpatrick.
Chris Kirkpatrick Height
Kirkpatrick stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.75 m) tall and he has a weight of 72 kgs (160lb).
Chris Kirkpatrick Education
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Аftеr grаduаtіоn, hе mоvеd tо Оrlаndо, Flоrіdа. He ѕtudіеd аt Rоllіnѕ Соllеgе. Whіlе ѕtudуіng, Сhrіѕ bесаmе а mеmbеr оf thе Dоо Wор grоuр аnd Тhе Ноllуwооd Ні-Тоnеѕ. Тhеу tоgеthеr реrfumеd аt Unіvеrѕаl ѕtudіоѕ.
Chris Kirkpatrick Family
Chris is the son of Веvеrlу Еuѕtісе аnd Вуrоn Кіrkраtrісk. He was born in Clarion, Pennsylvania to a single mother (Beverly Eustice) when she was just 16 years old and is of Irish, Scottish, Native American, and Spanish ancestry. Chris’s mother raised him on her own along with his four younger half-sisters (Molly, Kate, Emily, and Taylor).
He and his family grew up in poverty and on welfare, sometimes homeless, and had to move around a lot, attending many different schools as well as living in several states such as Pennsylvania, California, South Carolina, and Ohio.
At one point, Chris’s family lived in a trailer during the winter with no electricity and a giant hole in the side of it, along with his mother had to pile dirty laundry in front of it to keep the snow from coming in.
Since his family couldn’t afford to wash their clothes, Chris rarely had clean clothes to wear and had to sleep in the piles of dirty laundry at night to keep warm. He recalls frequently going without food as well as not always knowing where their next meal would come from, often relying on food stamps, free school lunches, and donated items to survive.
Due to his family’s financial problems, Chris starts working on a farm while still in grade school to try to help his mother make ends meet.
Chris Kirkpatrick Wife
Kirkpatrick is married to his beloved wife Каrlу Ѕklаdаnу. Kirkpatrick and Каrlу married on November 2, 2013, at the Loews Resort Hotel in Orlando, Florida, with all his former NSYNC bandmates in attendance as ushers.
In March 2017, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child. His wife Каrlу gave birth to a son Nаѕh Кіrkраtrісk, on October 10, 2017.
Chris Kirkpatrick Net Worth
Kirkpatrick has a net worth of $10 million dollars as of 2022.
Chris Kirkpatrick NSYNC
With his group, Kirkpatrick sold over 70 million records worldwide during their height of success in the late 1990s as well as early 2000s.
NSYNC first released music and began touring in Europe in the year 1996, releasing their self-titled debut album in Germany on May 26, 1997. The album was released internationally on March 24, 1998, which sold 11 million copies as well as became popular in the United States after appearing on their Disney Channel in Concert special.
After the band had a series of financial as well as legal struggles with their manager, Lou Pearlman, they were finally freed from their contracts in the year 1999 and signed with Jive Records.
NSYNC’s third album, Celebrity, was released on July 24, 2001, as well as produced three hit singles: “Pop”, “Gone”, and “Girlfriend”. Celebrity sold 1.87 million copies in its first week, making it the second-fastest-selling album in SoundScan history at the time, only behind the group’s previous album No Strings Attached.
The Celebrity album featured heavy creative involvement from the group, who wrote as well as produced many of their own tracks.
NSYNC’s last official performance was at the Grammys in the year 2003 during their Bee Gees medley tribute. In August 2013, NSYNC briefly came together for a short performance at the MTV Video Music Awards during Justin’s Video Vanguard Award performance.
In April 2019, NSYNC reunited ‘without Justin Timberlake’ for a special one-night performance as part of Ariana Grande’s headlining set at the Coachella Valley Music as well as Arts Festival.