Nick Lachey was born on November 9, 1973, in Kentucky. He is a singer, songwriter, and actor. Nick is mostly famous for such hits as “Thank God I Found You” (as part of the band 98 Degrees), “What’s Left of Me”, and “I Can’t Hate You Anymore”.
Nick grew up in Ohio. He went to School of Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, where he learned how to sing. After finishing high school, he enrolled at USC in Los Angeles. After a year, he transferred to Miami University in Ohio, where he studied sports medicine and became interested in soccer. Sometime later, Nick and his childhood friend Jonathan Lippmann together with Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre moved to LA and established a band called 98 Degrees.
Soon Lippman left the band and was replaced by Nick’s brother Drew Lachey. The musicians released 4 albums. Their debut LP 98 Degrees (1997) was moderately successful. The next album 98 Degrees and Rising (1998) gained worldwide popularity. They recorded three more studio albums and sold over 10 million copies.