"Nicholas Scott Lachey" (born November 9, 1973, in Harlan, Kentucky) is an American pop music singer who rose to fame in the mid-1990s as a writer and joint lead vocalist along with founding member Jeff Timmons of the band ''98 Degrees''. The group also included Lachey's brother Drew Lachey and classmate Justin Jeffre. They have sold over 10 million records worldwide and charted no less than 8 top 40 singles.
Lachey starred in the hit reality television series ''Newlyweds'' with his then-wife, fellow pop singer Jessica Simpson, which ran on MTV for two seasons from 2003 to 2005.
Following months of rumors and tabloid speculation, they announced their separation in November 2005, and were divorced in early 2006. On Friday, June 30, 2006, Lachey and Simpson's divorce became final.
Lachey was born on the border of Kentucky and Virginia in Harlan, Kentucky to Cate Fopma-Leimbach and John Lachey. Growing up in Ohio, he attended Cincinnati's well regarded public School for Creative and Performing Arts, developing his vocal talent and aspiring to become an entertainer. However, it wasn't until studying at Miami University in Ohio (majoring in Sports Medicine) that...
|Born||November 9, 1973|
|Notable albums||''What's Left Of Me and Soul O''|
|Notable songs||"What's Left Of Me"|