In the year 2012, he returned to the show as an all star cast member, for season 15’s Dancing with the Stars: All Stars.
He made his performing debut at age 7, as an additional in Once Upon a Time in America, starring Robert Dinero. Despite that early chance, Fatone did little else as a kid, and when he was 13, he moved along with his family to Orlando, Florida.
After graduating from high school, Fatone got work at Universal Studios, playing the Wolfman in the Beetlejuice Graveyard Revue. There, he became friends with Chris Kirkpatrick, who recruit Fatone to join his newly formed all-man group: ‘N Sync.
The group released three more albums, including a Christmas record, and had four No. 1 hit singles before breaking up. Their third album, No Strings Attached, was the greatest-selling album of 2000. The group went on their last tour in 2002.
Even as he was singing with ‘N Sync, Fatone returned to performing. He’d his first lead role in a feature film in 2001’s About the Line, and later had parts in My Big Fat Greek Wedding and The Cooler. He also reach the Broadway stage, performing in the Tony Award winning musical Rent along with a revival of Little Shop of Horrors.
Fatone has created himself as an affable television personality. In 2011, he got work as the host of My Family Recipe Rocks! on the Live Well Network.
In 2007, Fatone won second position about the fourth season of Dancing with the Stars. He returned to the show to compete on 2012’s Dancing with the Stars: All Stars. Additionally in 2012, Fatone was star contestant on Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off, where he was eliminated after six episodes.
Fatone wed his high school love Kelly Baldwin in 2004, and has two daughters, Kloey and Briahna. He and his family created the Fatone Family Foundation, which supports children’s charities and created the My Healing Harmony plan to bring music to children’s hospitals.
In 2006, Fatone’s house was featured on an episode of MTV’s Cribs.