Joey Mcintyre Biography
Joey Mcintyre (Joseph Mulrey McIntyre) is an American singer-songwriter and actor. He is popularly known as the youngest member of the 80s pop group, New Kids on the Block. Joey has sold over 1 million records worldwide as a solo artist.
Joey Mcintyre Age
Joey was born on December 31, 1972, in Needham, Massachusetts. He is 48 years old.
Joey Mcintyre Family
Joey was born in Needham, Massachusetts. He is the son of Thomas McIntyre, a union official, and his wife Katherine (née Bowen) a community theater actress. Joey’s mother died on November 30, 2014, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. On November 12, 2018, his father also died.
Joey is the youngest of nine children with older siblings, Judy, Alice, Susan, Tricia, Carol, Jean, Kate, and Tommy, in an Irish-American Catholic family. He graduated from Catholic Memorial School in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, an all-male Catholic private school. Joey shares the same birth date as his sister, Carol. Another sister, Judy, is an actress.
Joey Mcintyre Wife
In August 2003 Joey married Barrett Williams, exactly one year after they met.
Joey Mcintyre Kids
Joey and his wife welcomed their first child, Griffin Thomas, on November 20, 2007, in Los Angeles. Their second child, Rhys Edward, was born on December 13, 2009. Their second child Rhys was identified as having hearing loss while still an infant. Their third child, Kira Katherine, was born on May 31, 2011.
Joey Mcintyre Songs
- Stay the Same
- Please Don’t Go Girl
- I’ll Be Loving You
- Step by Step
- I Love You Came Too Late
- You Got It
- Hangin’ Tough
- This One’s for the Children
- If You Go Away
- L.A. Blue
- Let Me Take You for a Ride
- I Cried
- I Can’t Do It Without You
- 2 in the Morning
- Couldn’t Stay Away From Your Love
- The Way That I Loved You
- Cover Girl
- Let’s Try It Again
- The Block · 2008
- 80s Baby
- Hangin’ Tough (30th Anniversary) · 1988
- My Favorite Girl
- Baby I Believe in You
- Valentine Girl
- Dance Like That
- I Don’t Know Why I Love You
- Nyc Girls
- Didn’t I
- We Don’t Wanna Come Down
- Dirty Dawg
- Face the Music · 1994
Joey Mcintyre Nkotb
Just before his 13th birthday in 1985, Joey joined New Kids on the Block, replacing Mark Wahlberg. His other four members of the band were already long-time school friends so Joey initially found it difficult to mesh with them. Eventually, they became one of the most successful boy bands of the late 20th century, producing two number-one albums on the US Billboard charts.
Forbes listed the band as the highest-earning entertainers in 1991, beating Madonna and Michael Jackson. They split in 1994, but they reunited in 2007 and have remained active since.
Joey Mcintyre Acting
Joey played Jon in Jonathan Larson’s Tick, Tick… BOOM! for both the off-Broadway (Fall 2001) and national tour (2003) versions of the play. He appeared for a season on the television program Boston Public in 2002. The year which followed, he released the live acoustic album One Too Many with Emanuel Kiriakou.
He starred in the film Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding alongside Mila Kunis in 2004 and also played Fiyero, the leading male role in the Broadway musical Wicked for which he received rave reviews.
Joey replaced Norbert Leo Butz on July 20, 2004, and remained with the show until January 9, 2005, where he was later replaced by David Ayers. He also competed on the first season of the reality television show Dancing with the Stars, winning third place with dance professional partner Ashly DelGrosso.
Joey appeared as Fonzie in Happy Days, a musical based on the hit TV show at the Falcon Theater in Los Angeles from February 15 to March 12, 2006, and a second run from June 23 to August 13, 2006. He appeared in the film On Broadway, which was filmed in his hometown of Boston.
In 2007, McIntyre appeared as Gary in Christmas At Cadillac Jacks. It played around Christmas of that year on The Hallmark Channel and other various Christian channels and recently became available on DVD.
Joey guest-starred on an episode of the detective comedy Psych on November 2, 2011. The title of the episode is “The Amazing Psych-Man & Tap Man, Issue #2” – Season 6×4
Joey appeared in the American buddy cop comedy The Heat in 2013, as Peter Mullins, brother of Detective Shannon Mullins, played by Melissa McCarthy. Joey appeared in the CBS TV sitcom The McCarthys, playing Gerard McCarthy in 2014. He appeared on the Netflix comedy, Fuller House with all of the members of New Kids on the Block in 2016.
Joey returned to Broadway as the character Dr. Pomatter in the musical “Waitress” on February 4, 2019, and he continued in this role until April 7, 2019.
Joey Mcintyre Net Worth
Joe has an estimated net worth of $20 million.