About Joey Fatone’s Wife Kelly Baldwin. Is related to Alec? Wiki

March 22, 2024
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Who is Kelly Baldwin?

American camera operator and assistant producer Kelly Baldwin was born in Orlando, Florida USA, in 1977; her exact date of birth remains undisclosed, but it’s believed that her zodiac sign’s Cancer. She’s worked in the camera and electrical department of 14 movies, while the most popular amongst these was perhaps the 2002 romantic comedy “Secretary”, written and directed by Steven Shainberg, and which starred James Spader, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Jeremy Davies. It follows a woman who’s just been released from a mental institution, and has begun working for an attorney as his secretary; the movie won 15 of its 41 award nominations.

Kelly’s also known for being the wife of famous American singer, dancer and actor Joseph Anthony ‘Joey’ Fatone Jr.

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Education and early life

Kelly was raised in Orlando by her parents, about whom she hasn’t shared a lot because she’s respective of their privacy; she hasn’t spoken about having siblings, but it’s believed that she has a brother and a sister.

She studied at Dr. Phillips High School, and it was during her four years there that she met Joey Fatone. Kelly became interested in movies at the age of 15, and dreamed of making them rather than acting in them.

She matriculated in 1995, and as she hasn’t spoken about further education, it’s believed that Kelly hasn’t attended college.


Kelly’s career

Kelly launched her career straight out of high school, as she worked as a second assistant camerawoman on the 1995 crime action “No Way Back”, written and directed by Frank A. Cappello, and which starred Russell Crowe, Helen Slater and Etsushi Toyokawa. It follows FBI agent Zack who wants to avenge his partner’s death, while a yakuza boss from Japan wants to avenge his son’s death.

Kelly worked as a camera intern on the critically acclaimed 1995 romantic comedy “Mallrats”, while she was then a second assistant camerawoman on the 1996 action “Back to Back”, the thriller “Scorned 2”, and the  romantic comedy “Chasing Amy” both in 1997.

The same year also saw her work on three not-so-successful movies: the action “Demolition University”, the science fiction “Alien Escape”, and the musical comedy “Slaves to the Underground”.


In 1998, Kelly was a first assistant camerawoman on the popular science fiction horror thriller “Phantoms”, directed by Joe Chappelle, and which starred Peter O’Toole, Rose McGowan and Joanna Going. It follows an evil force which has wiped nearly the entire community of Snowfield, Colorado – the movie was nominated for two awards.

Kelly’s since worked on only three movies: in 2000 the romantic drama “If These Walls Could Talk 2” and the family comedy “The Elf Who Didn’t Believe” and the above mentioned 2002 romantic comedy “Secretary”. It’s believed that Kelly then left acting behind her, wanting to focus on raising her and Joey’s two daughters.


Producing credits

Kelly has worked as an assistant producer on three movies.

Her debut was the 1995 crime action “The Prophecy”, written and directed by Gregory Widen, and which starred Christopher Walken, Elias Koteas and Virginia Madsen. It follows Los Angeles detective Thomas Dagget and an elementary school teacher as they’re trying to prevent evil forces from destroying Earth, and the movie won two of its six award nominations.

Kelly then worked on the 1995 crime action “No Way Back” and the 1996 biographical drama “Infinity”.

Love life and marriage with Joey Fatone

Kelly and Joey were introduced by a mutual friend at school in 1993, and they began dating not long after that, however, Joey became a member of the American boy band NSYNC two years later, and he and Kelly spent the following five years dating on-and-off.

They rekindled their romance in 2000, and Kelly gave birth to their daughter Briahna Joely on 21 March 2001. Kelly and Joey became engaged in 2002, and married on 9 September 2004, in a large ceremony held at Oheka Castle on Long Island, New York State.


Kelly gave birth to their second daughter Kloey Alexandra Fatone in January 2010.

Kelly hasn’t mentioned other men whom she’s dated, and she’s married to Joey Fatone as of November 2022, and they have two daughters together.

Hobbies and interesting facts

Contrary to what’s widely believed to be true, Kelly’s not related to famous American actor Alec Baldwin.

She was quite sporting during her 20s, as she often played tennis with her friends and had multiple training sessions at the gym every week.

Kelly likes to travel and has been to many US states and European countries with her husband, while her favorite city to travel to is Budapest, Hungary.

Her favorite animals are foxes and raccoons.

Kelly’s favorite actresses are Brie Larson and Kate Winslet, while some of her favorite movies are “The Trouble with Bliss”, “The Gambler” and “Digging for Fire”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Kelly’s 45 years old. She has blue eyes and brown hair, which she usually dyes red; her weight is 145lbs (65kgs) and she’s 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall.

Kelly’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000 as of November 2022, and her husband Joey’s at over $7 million.

Who is her husband Joey?

Joseph Anthony ‘Joey’ Fatone Jr. was born in Brooklyn, New York City USA, on 28 January 1977, meaning that his zodiac sign’s Aquarius. He’s probably best known for having been a member of NSYNC, as well as for having placed #2 in the 2007 reality competition show “Dancing with the Stars”.


Joey was raised alongside his sister Janine and brother Steven in Brooklyn, by their parents Phyllis and Joe Fatone; not a lot has been disclosed about Joey’s family, because he respects their privacy. He was 13 when they all moved to Orlando, Florida, where he studied at Dr. Phillips High School, matriculating in 1995.

Joey launched his acting career upon completing his high school education, playing Wolfie in the live musical “Universal Monsters Live Rock and Roll Show”. He met park performer Chris Kirkpatrick in 1995, and was then recruited as the fourth member of the musical band which Chris had founded with JC Chasez and Justin Timberlake; they became known as NSYNC after Lance Bass had joined the band. Their debut album “’N Sync” was released in 1997, and was followed by “Home For Christmas” in 1998, “No Strings Attached” in 2000, and “Celebrity” in 2001; NSYNC disbanded in the following year, after having sold over 70 million albums.


Joey then turned to acting, and in 2002 portrayed Cousin Angelo in the romantic comedy movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”; he played Cousin Angelo once again in the 2003 sitcom “My Big Fat Greek Life”. He appeared in his first Broadway play “Rent” in 2003, and then had roles in the 2003 crime movie “The Cooler”, the 2006 musical film “Red Riding Hood” and the 2012 drama movie “Jersey Shore Shark Attack”.

From 2010 through 2015, Joey worked as the announcer on the competition show “Family Feud”, and has since 14 January 2019 been working as a presenter on the game-show “Common Knowledge”.

It’s believed that Joey dated famous American singer-songwriter and actress Pink in 2000; Pink’s revealed that they did indeed go on a ‘casual date’, but not on a ‘date-date’, as she’s explained.

Martha Clifford

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