Get more on the members of the Backstreet Boys, one of the biggest pop groups ever to hit the charts. The famous boy band's 1997 debut album sold 13 million copies with songs like "Quit Playin' Games (With My Heart)" and "As Long as You Love Me." Decades of touring and hits followed. Explore full biographies, photos and more of the Backstreet Boys, including Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean and Brian Littrell, only at Biography.com.
Environmental Activist, Director, Producer, Singer, Reality Television Star, Screenwriter / 1980 -
Nick Carter from the pop group the Backstreet Boys is also known for once dating Paris Hilton, starring in a reality TV show and overcoming drug and alcohol addiction.
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profile name: Nick Carter profile occupation: Environmental Activist, Director, Producer, Singer, Reality Television Star, Screenwriter
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profile name: Kevin Richardson profile occupation: Environmental Activist, Actor, Model, Music Producer, Singer
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profile name: Howie Dorough profile occupation: Actor, Singer
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profile name: Brian Littrell profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
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