Chris Kirkpatrick one of the most popular American singers, dancer, songwriter, music producer, and occasional actor, is best known for his work as the founding member of the pop group NSYNC, in which he sang countertenor. He has appeared on numerous TV shows and provided the voice for Chip Skylark on The Fairly OddParents. He also guest-starred on The Simpsons as himself, along with his fellow NSYNC bandmates, in the episode “New Kids on the Blecch”.
He moved to Orlando, where he performed at Universal Studios. He also attended Rollins College.
He provided the singing voice of Chip Skylark, the fictional pop star from Nickelodeon’s hit show The Fairly OddParents.
Net Worth: 2022
As of February 2022, Chris has a massive net worth of $10 Million. His main source of income is his passion and career singing and music.
Five years ago his net worth was just $2 Million after that he made his passion his career. And now he has a massive net worth of $10 Million.
Chris Kirkpatrick was born on the 17th of October 1971 in Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. As of February 2022, he is 50 years old.
He was born to his mother (Beverly Eustice) when she was just 16 years old and is of Irish, Scottish, Native American, and Latin ancestry. His mother raised him on her own along with his four younger half-sisters (Molly, Kate, Emily, and Taylor).
Chris and his family grew up in poverty and on welfare, sometimes homeless, and had to move around a lot, attending many different schools and living in several states such as Pennsylvania, California, South Carolina, and Ohio. Due to his family’s financial problems, Chris began working on a farm while still in grade school to try to help his mom make ends meet.
Despite their many struggles, Kirkpatrick’s family was always a very musical one: his mother was a vocal coach, his grandmother trained in opera, his grandfather was a country-western singer, and his aunts and uncles were all in bands.
In 6th grade, while living in Oil City, Pennsylvania, Kirkpatrick won the lead role as Oliver in the city’s high school musical production of Oliver Twist after hundreds of area students had been auditioned. From then on, Chris realized how much he enjoyed performing and began to study music more seriously, enrolling in gifted classes for music and language. In addition to classical training in singing, he learned to play a number of different instruments, including the guitar, keyboard, and trombone.
In 7th grade, his mother and half-sisters moved from Pennsylvania to Dalton, Ohio where he got a job bagging groceries to help pay the bills as soon as he was old enough to get his working papers.
After graduating from high school in 1990, he moved to Orlando, Florida to get to know his biological father, who offered to help him pay for college. He attended Valencia College, originally intending to pursue an acting career in theatre. Chris received his associate degree in music in 1993. Afterward, Chris received another scholarship to attend Rollins College where he studied music and psychology full time while holding three jobs: 1) performing at Universal Studios Florida as a member of a doo-wop group called The Hollywood Hi-Tones, 2) working as a photographer at Sea World, and 3) waiting tables at a local Outback Steakhouse. In addition to working and attending college, he also played gigs as a local DJ.
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