My Family Recipe Rocks

Joey Fatone

Host of My Family Recipe Rocks!

Joey Fatone
Former *NSYNC star and "Dancing with the Stars" contestant, Joey Fatone is hosting My Family Recipe Rocks! on the Live Well Network. The half-hour series goes beyond the familiar celebrity chef show to highlight the stories of homegrown cooks and their homemade specialties from around the country.

Fatone is also embarking on a series of projects for FremantleMedia Enterprises from hosting "Price is Right Live" in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, to, "Let's Make a Deal" for Ceasar Entertainment and currently he is the voice of the widely successful relaunch of "Family Fued" with Steve Harvey.

Fatone also just completed a horror film "Inkubus", working aside the original Freddy Kruger: Robert Englund. Fatone was the host of NBC's cirque competition series, "Celebrity Circus." He also produced his first cable television series "The Singing Office" for TLC and co-hosted the show alongside Melanie Brown. He also served as host of NBC's international hit series "The Singing Bee," and in late 2007 hosted the Australian version of the successful series.

From 2008 to 2009, Fatone was featured as the lead red carpet host at all the major award shows for the TV Guide Network.

Born Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr., Fatone grew up in a family of performers. His father, Joe Sr., sang in the Brooklyn doo-wop group, the Orions. Fatone was always performing, and in his first acting gig at age seven, he starred with Robert DeNiro in the feature film "Once Upon a Time in America."

Fatone's other film credits include "The Cooler," alongside Alec Baldwin and William H. Macy, "Homie Spumoni" with Whoopi Goldberg, Donald Faisonand Jamie-Lynn Sigler. and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," which became the fifth-highest grossing film of 2002 in North America.

In 2005, his pilot of the Cartoon Networks' "Robot Chicken" aired and has since become a toprated show on that channel. He has also recorded a number of character voices on hit Disney Channel shows such as "Jo Jo's Circus" and "Higgly Town Heroes" and made a memorable guest appearance on the hit series "Hannah Montana."

In 2004, Fatone starred as Seymour in the Broadway musical "Little Shop of Horrors." His other Broadway credits include the role of Mark Cohen in the hit Broadway musical "Rent."

When Fatone was 17, he got a job as the Wolfman at Universal Studios in the Beetlejuice Graveyard Revue. While there, he met another theme park performer, Chris Kirkpatrick, which led to his joining the group *NSYNC. Before long, *NSYNC was the hottest act in Europe and the U.S.

In 1998, *NSYNC released their self-titled debut album. The album went on to sell over 10 million copies, and they won an American Music Award for favorite new artist (pop/rock). Next, they released a seasonal album called "Home for Christmas," which also went multi-platinum. In 1999, the band signed a new record deal with Jive records. Their album "No Strings Attached" sold 1 million copies in its first day of sales and 2.4 million for the first week (a record that still stands today).

Fatone and his wife, Kelly, currently reside in Los Angeles with their daughters, Briahna and Kloey. He remains actively involved with his charity, The Fatone Family Foundation, and works on different movie and television projects.

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