Jan. 28, 1977: Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr. born to Joseph and Phyllis Fatone in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, N.Y.
1990: Fatone family moves to Orlando, Fla.
1995: Fatone is recruited by music impresario Lou Pearlman for a new quintet ultimately dubbed 'N Sync, because the members' voices were "in sync" with each other.
October 1996: 'N Sync's first single, "I Want You Back," released in Germany.
May 1997: The group's self-titled debut album released in Germany.
January 1998: Debut album and the single "I Want You Back" released in the United States.
March 21, 2001: Daughter Brianna Joely born.
August 2002: Debuts on Broadway as Mark Cohen in "Rent."
May 2004: Last public appearance by 'N Sync.
September 2004: Marries longtime girlfriend Kelly Baldwin.
June 2004: Joins cast of "Little Shop of Horrors" on Broadway as Seymour Krelborn.
July 10, 2007: Debuts as host of "The Singing Bee" on NBC.
August 2007: TV Guide channel announces Fatone and Lisa Rinna are replacing Joan and Melissa Rivers for its awards ceremony "red carpet" telecasts during the 2007-08 season. (They continue in 2008-09.)
Jan. 11, 2010: Daughter Kloey Alexandra born.
July 6, 2010: Opens two-week run in Pittsburgh as ex-Nazi soldier-turned playwright Franz Liebkind in "The Producers."
Sept. 14, 2010: Debuts as host of "The Price Is Right Live!" at Bally's Las Vegas.
Oct. 28, 2010: Debuts as host of live version of "Let's Make A Deal" at Foxwoods casino in Connecticut.
March 19, 2011: Debuts as host of "The Price Is Right Live!" at Bally's Atlantic City.
- Chuck Darrow