Nick Carter

Pop Singer

Nick Carter was born in Jamestown, New York, United States on January 28th, 1980 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 44, Nick Carter biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Nickolas Gene Carter, Frack, Messy Marvin, Chaos, Nicky
Date of Birth
January 28, 1980
United States
Place of Birth
Jamestown, New York, United States
44 years old
Zodiac Sign
$35 Million
Actor, Dancer, Film Actor, Musician, Singer, Television Actor
Social Media
Nick Carter Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 44 years old, Nick Carter has this physical status:

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Nick Carter Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Miles Elementary School, Karl and DiMarco School of Theatre and Dance
Nick Carter Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Lauren Kitt
Dating / Affair
Tila Tequila, Debra LaFave (1995-1996), Willa Ford (1997-2000), Tiffanny Mannik (2000-2001), Asun Ortega, Anastacia Newkirk (2002), Angi Taylor, Isabelle Filling, Sue Bird, Malika (2002), Alisa Reyes (2003-2007), Christy Lane (2003), Nada Veselinovic, Alexandra Bachelier, Paris Hilton (2003-2004), Ashlee Simpson (2004), Kaya Jones (2004-2005), Sara Borough, Tanya Jane, Nikki Chick, Javine Hylton, Celiece Aurea, Brittny Gastineau, Bai Ling (2005), Alex Murrel, Claire Grieve (2006), Irina Pushistaya, Kari Ann Peniche, Dalene Kurtis (2006), Julie Bornemann (2006-2007), Bryttny Scheibe, Antonella Barba, Irina Voronina (2007), Kim Martin (2007), Kierstin Nichole (2007), Haylie Duff (2007), Meghan Kabir, Marina Poldervaart, Kristen Kukta, Meredith Weiss, Christina Uhrenholt, Sandy Babe, Alexie Phillips, Lauren Kitt
Robert Carter, Jane Elizabeth Schneck
Bobbie Jean (Younger Brother), Leslie (Younger Sister) (Died on January 31, 2012), twins – Aaron (Younger Brother) and Angel (Younger Sister)
Other Family
Ginger Carter (Older Step-Sister), Ginger R. Elrod (Step-Mother), Kaden Brent (Younger Step-Brother), Charles C. Carter (Paternal Grandfather), Barbara Jean Latta (Paternal Grandmother), Charles Douglas Spaulding (Maternal Grandfather), Helen Jean Neal (Maternal Grandmother)
Nick Carter Life

Nickolas Gene Carter (born January 28, 1980) is an American singer, guitarist, and actor.

He is best known as a member of the Backstreet Boys, a pop group.

Carter has three solo albums as of 2015, including "Now or Never," I'm Taking Off, and All American during breaks between Backstreet Boys' schedules, as well as a joint venture with Jordan Knight titled Nick & Knight.

He has appeared on television appearances and appeared in his own reality shows, House of Carters and I (Heart) Nick Carter.

He rose to fame in the mid- 1990s and early 2000s as a teen idol.

He is also the older brother of singer Aaron Carter.

Early life

Nickolas Gene Carter was born in Jamestown, New York, where his parents, Jane Elizabeth (née Spaulding, briefly Carter), and Robert Carter (1952–2017), own a bar called the Yankee Rebel in Westfield, New York. Carter is mainly (sixty-two percent) North and West European, eleven percent Scandinavian, and nine percent Italian, with his remaining genetic makeup being Middle Eastern, Iberian, and Balkan, according to a DNA test. Several years ago, when Carter was four, the family and the Garden Villa Retirement Home in Ruskin, Florida, near Tampa, where they extended to the family. Leslie Carter and Aaron Carter are two of Carter's siblings. Ginger, his father's sister from a previous marriage.

Personal life

Carter is accused of dating Debra Lafave, Willa Ford, and the Paris Hilton.

On October 20, 2008, Carter met Lauren Michelle Kitt, a fitness specialist/trainer YouTuber, WBFF fitness contester, and actress at a dinner at his California home. Carter proposed to Kitt in the Florida Keys on February 20, 2013 and we were married in Santa Barbara, California, on April 12, 2014. The wedding was covered in In Touch Weekly Magazine's May 5, 2014 issue, and was filmed for Carter's reality show I Heart Nick Carter. They had recently lost a baby due to miscarriage before their first child was born. The couple's son was born in April 2016. Lauren had a miscarriage in September 2018. They were expecting a baby. Carter and his partner, Wesley, announced their second child in October on May 24, 2019. Their daughter was born in October 2019. Carter revealed on his Instagram on January 13, 2021, that he and his wife were expecting their third child. After experiencing minor injuries, their second daughter was born in April 2021. Even though he loves performing on tour, Carter revealed that he had to postponed his daughter's 3rd birthday in order to go to Europe.

Carter began working with Nick Carter Racing, which won the National Championship in its first year in 2002.

Carter was arrested at a Pop City nightclub in Tampa, Florida, on January 2, 2002, on suspicion of refusing/opposing a law enforcement officer without violence.

Carter received his first DUI in 2003 or 2004 after refusing to cooperate with the police.

Carter was arrested in Huntington Beach, California, on March 5, 2005, and charged with one count of driving under the influence and one count of driving with a blood alcohol level above 0.8, the legal minimum. Carter pleaded guilty to the charges and was fined $1,200 in fines, had his driving privileges suspended for 90 days, and was required to complete a three-month alcohol education program.

Carter was arrested at Hog's Breath Saloon in Key West, Florida, on January 13, 2016, after he was refused entry at the bar due to "high levels of intoxication." Carter was asked to leave by management, but the bar's bouncers were charged with misdemeanor battery after entering a physical confrontation.

Since claiming he assaulted his then-pregnant mother, Carter was given a provisional restraining order against his younger brother Aaron. The judge made the decision on November 20, the day after one of Carter's sisters was granted a domestic violence restraining order, and Carter's brother-in-law was given a harassment restraining order until November 2020. Since the restraining order was released in November 2019, neither Carter nor his sister has anything to do with their estranged mother and brother.

Carter was named as a defendant in a class-action lawsuit against the cryptocurrency firm SafeMoon that said the business is a pump and dump scheme, rapper Soulja Boy and Lil Yachty, and social media star Ben Phillips for posting inaccurate information on their social media pages on February 18, 2022. The Supreme Court of Appeals in a case against Bitconnect found that the Securities Act of 1933 also applies to targeted solicitation using social media on the same day.

Carter has discussed his ongoing battles with heroin and alcohol use. He started drinking when he was two years old and then at nine. Since being diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, he realized that he would die if he did not make significant lifestyle changes. Kevin Richardson, a Backstreet Boys alumni, was praised for helping him turn his life around by giving him Norman Vincent Peale's book Why Some Positive Thinkers Get Powerful Results. After reading the book, he started a healthier lifestyle, adding that "working out certainly improved my self-confidence," and that helped with that. I've recently started replacing alcohol and dances with healthier alternatives, such as sports and video games.

Carter appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on February 19, 2009, to address his heroin use in the past. Carter appeared on TV in December 2011 to address his heroin use and alcohol, this time on the Dr. Phil Show's "Second Chances" special. This segment culminated in his first book deal with Bird Street Books. In 2013, he published Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It.


Nick Carter Career


Carter began his acting and singing career early in life as his mother alerted him outside and enrolled him in voice lessons with Marianne Prinkey, a voice coach. When she was 10, she continued to teach ballet, tap, and hip hop at Karl and DiMarco's School of Theatre and Dance. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he appeared in numerous television shows, including the Florida State Lottery and The Money Store, talent shows, and the Florida State Fair, as well as numerous television programs, including the late 1980s and early 1990s, and performed around Tampa Bay, Florida. He referred to himself as the eccentric one, whose acquaintances were elderly, and was consistently picked on a lot until fourth grade, when his family moved to Apollo Beach, Florida. In the fourth-grade production of Phantom of the Opera at Miles Elementary School, his first role was as the lead character. His appearance was so energetic that he received a standing ovation, with people applauding how beautifully the boy's voice projected. He also produced "Reach For A Book," a show called "The Klub," and appeared at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers home games for two years. He appeared on a Slip 'N Slide as a child in the 1990 Tim Burton film Edward Scissorhands as a boy. "It would be going too far to say I was really in Edward Scissorhands because I was so far behind that you can't tell it's me," he said. It would be better to say that I was on the set of the film... I was on the scene when Edward appeared out of a window to the neighborhood. For a split second, he sees some children playing - one of whom was me. I was sliding on a yellow piece of plastic we used to call a Slip n' Slide. They were long flat sheets with water flowing out of holes, and children were very popular at the time. In the middle of a shot, I had to slide on one. Being on the set was great, but it was also really cold and they made us do it a lot of times."

Sandy, one of his dance instructors, placed him in his first group, "Nick and the Angels." Carter covered a number of well-known songs by other artists, including "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" and "Uptown Girl" as well as a handful of original songs that he would perform at concerts. These recordings were released in October 2002 as part of a Dynamic Discs, Inc.'s Before the Backstreet Boys 1989-1993. Carter discovered AJ McLean and Howie Dorough, two of whom became friends, after several auditions.

He and his siblings grew up in an eccentric, dysfunctional household. Due to his parents' continued fighting and screaming at each other, he had a rough childhood. He had grown up with either dead, heroin users, or prisoners, and, finally, performing was Carter's biggest escape from his difficulties. He had a winning showing on the 1992 New Original Amateur Hour at the age of 12.

Carter auditioned for Disney's The Mickey Mouse Club and the Backstreet Boys at 12 years old. He was invited to join the club and was given the option of either joining The Mickey Mouse Club on a $50,000 deal or this new music group. Rather than the Mickey Mouse Club, Carter decided to work with the group rather than the Mickey Mouse Club. He had his own personal tutor on tour when he joined the company. Carter's GED was confirmed on I Heart Nick Carter in 2013 or 2014. Carter, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, and Kevin Richardson formed the Backstreet Boys, a 13-year-old boy who formed the Backstreet Boys in 1993. Carter is the youngest member of the Carter family. The Backstreet Boys have released many albums, the most notable of which being 2019's DNA. Backstreet Boys, the company's exclusive headlining residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, was announced in March 2016.

In 2002, when the Backstreet Boys expressed a strong desire to leave their leadership company, The Firm, Carter became the first member of the organization to commit to them to concentrate on his solo career and work on a solo album. Carter began writing songs and recording during his downtime, when Jive asked him to do a solo album. He began working on his first solo album as the band began recording their new album without him. Carter's first single from his solo album, "Help Me," debuted on radio countdowns in New York City, and gained substantial international recognition, though "I Got You" was a minor hit in Europe in September 2002. His first solo album Now Or Never was released on October 29, 2002, and it sold over 500,000 copies in the first week. It reaches the No. 1 in the United States. Both in the United States and Canada, 17 on the Billboard 200 charts and gold medalist, both in the United States and Canada. In several countries, the album debuted on top charts. He also launched a world tour in support of the album. He was No. 1. In a "most Beautiful People" issue of People Magazine in 2000, 9 of the country's "Best Man in the World" was voted by readers of the teen magazine Cosmogirl's "Sexiest Man in the World," knocking out such legends as actor Brad Pitt and rival pop star Justin Timberlake for the title, resulting in a media-hyped feud between Timberlake and Carter in an arm-wrestling match on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, where Carter defeated Timberlake defeating in an arm-wrestling match with Jimmy Fallon ad's magazine "Most Beautiful People Magazine's "Sex in the best man in the ad's "Sex "Most "Wright "Legine's "Kin the adout adout Justin Timberlake, adout Justin Timberlake, adout adout enza, versus Justin Timberlake, adout vogue, adoutputer" in an arm-wrestling match, adoutputer's, versus Timberlake's, versus Carter's" in an arm-wrestling match against Carter's in an arm-wrestling match against Timberlake's "Witedoutput: adoutput: versus Carter's, adoutput: versus Timberlake's, a versus Carter's versus Carter's adoutput: versus Timberlake, a, versus Carter's adoutputer versus Carter's, versus Timberlake in a. He was also on the front page of the magazine.

Carter went on tour in early 2003, when he appeared in smaller venues like bars. Backstreet Boys had much smaller venues than what he had been used to with Backstreet Boys. Carter began recording his second solo album in 2004, but it was put on hold as the Backstreet Boys returned to the studio to record a new album in 2004. In 2006, one of the tracks from the earlier recording sessions was used as the theme tune to the television show House of Carters. Carter, Matthew Gerrard, and Bridget Louise Benenate wrote "Let It Go." Carter will be eight years before the artist decides on a new solo album. Carter began to work on the album in 2008, but the bulk of his second solo album, "I'm Taking Off," occurred during any downtime he encountered in between Backstreet Boys touring in 2010. "I'm Taking Off" first appeared in Japan on February 2, 2011 in Japan and on May 24, 2011, on iTunes. The album was later released in other countries on different dates. It was Carter's first solo album without the support of a major label. Except for a bonus track in Japan, he co-wrote every song released except for a bonus track. Glor, Canada 305 Records, and AMEX, Japan, AMEX, released the album in Germany.

In 2009, Carter recorded "Beautiful Lie" alongside pop singer Jennifer Paige. Carter's second solo album, as well as Rami Yacoub, Carl Falk, Toby Gad, Josh Hoge, and many others, began recording new songs in 2010. Carter's latest album, I'm Taking Off, was released in Japan on February 2, 2011 in Japan, and on May 24, 2011, it was also available in the United States via iTunes. Carter's second solo album reached No. 1 in June 2011. Over 20,000 copies have been sold in Japan, including 8 in Japan.

Carter released a duet album with Jordan Knight of fellow boy band New Kids on the Block in January 2014. They both worked on a duet album and dubbed their partnership Nick & Knight, which debuted at #24 on the US Billboard 200 and #14 in Canada. From September to November 2014, the tour to help the album was available. On Good Morning America, they announced their album and tour on April 30. On September 2, 2014, the self-titled album was released. Fans got a glimpse of the album when they pre-ordered it by downloading the song "Just the Two of Us." On July 15, 2014, the first single, "One More Time," was released. Carter and Jordan wrote a few songs on the album.

Carter announced in 2015 that he would be working on his third solo album, which would be released later this year. On November 25, the album, "All American," was released digitally on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. The CD was postponed until February 2016 and then published in Japan the same month. He worked with Dan Muckala, Natasha Bedingfield, and others on the majority of the album. Carter will be back to a pop/rock sound similar to "Now or Never" on this album. Any tracks on the album also sound like the 1950s and 1960s. "I Will Wait" his first single from his new album, "I Will Wait," was released on October 1, 2015 on Vevo and is an acoustic ballad. On November 25, 2015, All American, the new CD, was released. Carter toured in February and March 2016 in favor of the album. Avril Lavigne, a Canadian pop/rock musician, has also been featured on Carter's album. In the song "Get Over Me," she performs with him.

Carter revealed that new solo projects would be launched during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carter also appeared on various television shows, including the NBC show American Dreams in 2002 and ABC's 8 Simple Rules in 2003. Brody, a football player at the ABC Family Halloween special, The Hollow, opposite Kevin Zegers, appeared in October 2004. In October 2004, the film first premiered on ABC Family during their 13 Nights of Halloween. The film was edited for television and younger audiences. It was originally a R film. The rated-R film was later released on DVD. However, it would be several years before Carter did any acting as the Backstreet Boys returned to music in 2004.

In 2007, Carter shot the independent film Kill Speed with Brandon Quinn, Andrew Keegan, Natalia Cigliuti, Greg Grunberg, and Reno Wilson, where he played Foreman. The film was originally scheduled for release in 2008 but it was unlikely to be published on DVD until years later (some claim with distribution). It was released in the United States on June 12, 2012. Although the UK was released in 2010, it was also released in other countries. He appeared on CW's 90210 on May 8, 2012 and played himself. He's currently doing more acting. Carter made his big-screen debut in 2013 in the comedy This Is the End alongside the rest of the Backstreet Boys.

Carter has ventured into screenplays and filming/directing films. In 2010, he directed "The Pendant," a film he had written. It was a short 15-minute film and can be purchased on his official website. The only public screening of the film at the Royal Theater in Toronto on August 13, 2010 was sadly. However, fans of the film could view it online, though not necessarily at his official website. In 2012, he also produced another film, but no date has been announced when it will be released.

Carter launched a campaign on, a crowdfunding portal, to raise funds for his film "Evil Blessings" in July 2013. The aim was to raise $85,000. Rather, the campaign raised $156,214. Carter has said he'll use his money and the funds raised to finance the film. Multiple perks depended on how much money you donated in exchange for the donations. They included chats with Carter on Skype, your name in the movie credits, and/or website, movie merchandise (t-shirt, poster, DVD, etc. ). Acting parts, tickets to the premiere, tickets to BSB concerts, an online concert, and many other things. Carter wrote the script for the film. Due to a few setbacks, the film was delayed and put on hold. In July 2013, the film's director died. The film was expected to premiere in June 2014, but the Backstreet Boys' "In a World Like This" tour delayed filming and was postponed until January 2015. Carter had more time to rewrite the script. Carter announced in October 2014 that this film would be postponed due to the director's death. In January 2015, he'll film "Dead West," rather than a new one. The funds raised for this film will be used for this project. Carter recruited Asylum (the company that made Sharknado) to assist him. Carter announced in July 2015 that the movie had been renamed "Dead 7" to give it a more global reach. Various members of various boy bands appear on "Dead 7."

Carter revealed plans to film a film he had written and would be producing and starring at Comic-Con 2015 in San Diego. The film, titled Dead 7, focuses on a ragtag band of gunlingers trying to survive amid a post-apocalyptic zombie outbreak. Lauren Carter's wife, Lauren, and his bandmates Howie D. and AJ McLean appear in the film. In addition to NSYNC's Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick, O-Town's Erik-Michael Underwood, Trevor Penick, and Trevor Penick, 98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons will appear in the film. Other stars in the film include Jon Secada, Geraldo (a rapper remembered for the film Rico Suave), Art Alexakis (Everclear), and Debra Wilson (MadTV cast member), as well as others. In August 2015, the film was shot in Butte, Montana, and finished in early September. And on April 1, 2016, the film premiered on the SyFy network.

Carter and his siblings appeared in House of Carters, their reality television show, which premiered on E! on October 2, 2006. All five Carter siblings are reuniting to live in the same house in Los Angeles to try to reconnect as a family and get their lives together, as well as in-depth snippets of their ups and downs. Robert Carter, their father, and Ginger, their stepmother, were also on the program. The series lasted one season and eight episodes were broadcast.

Carter and his partner, Lauren Kitt, starred in their VH1 reality show I Heart Nick Carter, which revolved around the preparations of their marriage in April 2014 and premiered on VH1 on September 10, 2014. Carter's life was only eight episodes and chronicled his biography as he planned to get married. This included Carter's attempt to set the wedding date between Backstreet Boys touring and footage of Carter working. Jordan Knight, the block member, was recording a new album, charity function, touring with Backstreet Boys in Europe (other group members also appeared on the show), his bachelorette, and much more. In a one-hour season finale, the wedding took place. VH1 didn't renew the show for a second season, according to Carter, who revealed it on Twitter.

Carter will be included in the 21st season of Dancing with the Stars, which began on September 14, 2015. Sharna Burgess, a professional dancer, was paired with him. Carter and Burgess made the finals of the show and came in second place, behind Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough. At the finale, he performed "I Will Wait" off his All-American album live.

Carter appeared on a new singing competition show named Boy Band in June 2017. Emma Bunton and Timbaland were the judges.

Carter finished third in third place on the fourth season of The Masked Singer in 2020, with the "Crocodile" ranked as the fourth season.


The'retirement' of a '90s hero with three number one singles to his name has been discarded in favour of a star-studded music festival, March 13, 2024
A '90s superstar with three top-one singles to their name has resurfaced to appear at a music festival. The 47-year-old Irish singer, whose twelfth and last album was released in 2021 and topped the top 20 artists, will appear at the 90s Baby Festival. Ronan Keating will be a member of Peter Andre's Blue, Atomic Kitten, Blazin' Squad, Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, and Samantha Mumba. On Sunday, the former Boyzone musician took to Instagram to announce that he will be back headlining the @itsthentineteesbaby festival in Newcastle, Newcastle. Tickets are also available from their website.' Tickets are on sale now through March 14th, 9 a.m. on Thursday 14th. Tickets for General Sale - Friday the 15th of March 9 a.m.

House Of Carters' most shocking moments: Nick and Aaron Carter's brawl over Paris Hilton, Bobbie Jean's drunken outburst and 'cash cow' jibe by 'user' parents - a look back at controversial reality show, February 17, 2024
With the unexpected death of Nick Carter's younger sister Bobbie Jean at the age of 41 in December 2023, the Carter family has been struck even more in recent months. BJ's passing marks the third Carter sibling death by overdose in 11 years, following Leslie's death in 2012 and Aaron's in 2022 aged 34. The Carters, a group of five children with two living siblings Nick, 44, and Angel, 36, and Jane Schneck, 65, were among the first stars to be recognized as Nick shot to fame in the Backstreet Boys at the age of 13.

Nick Carter's sister died of heroin overdose at the age of 41, according to Bobbie Jean Carter's cause of death: Nick Carter's sister died as a result of drugs for the first time in 11 years, February 13, 2024
In December 2023, Bobbie Jean Carter died of a fentanyl and methamphetamine overdose at the age of 41. First responders had found Bobbie in the bathroom of her Tampa, Florida home on the morning of December 23 and rushed her to a nearby hospital where she was declared dead

Paris Hilton Likes Aaron Carter's Tweet Accusing Nick Carter Of Abusing Her!, September 25, 2019
Did Paris Hilton just subtly confirm Aaron Carter’s abuse allegations against Nick Carter? As we've been reporting, the I Want Candy singer has slammed his Backstreet Boys brothers on social media, accusing the 39-year-old of extreme bullying, physical assault, and raping several people over the years.

Ex Kaya Jones Goes On Twitter, Nick Carter's ex rage about his rape accusation argues; And he reveals an unusual sexual abuse lawsuit dating back to 2004!, November 22, 2017
In case you hadn't caught the recent and sad news, Nick Carter has been accused of rape by Dream singer Melissa Schuman and, in a completely separate case, another woman whose name has not been revealed. Melissa's comment was dismissive because their interactions were entirely consensual, according to Melissa. One person not buying his defense? Kaya Jones, his ex-girlfriend, has returned to visit him. The performer, who has denied allegations of sexual harassment at the hands of a youth group, the Pussycat Dolls, took to Twitter to yell at Nick and reveal some "unknown" details from their childhood friendship. Related: Pussycat Dolls Release Official Statement Slamming ‘Prostitution Ring’ Claims She even mentions a “sexual abuse case” regarding a fan from 2004 — could there be yet another accuser out there?See everything Kaya had to say (below): Ahhhhh Nick seriously?!Another one bites the dust! '>>>14>>> KAYA (@KayaJones) November 22, 2017 – December 22, 2017... (@KayaJones)