Colleen Fitzpatrick Biography
Colleen Fitzpatrick began her musical career as the lead singer of the punk band Eves Plum who signed under Epic Records in 1992. Under Epic Records, Eves Plum released 2 albums and 7 singles. They were dropped from the label in 1995 but they continued to perform until 1998. Colleen Fitzpatrick then ventured on going solo under the name Vitamin C, and after scoring a deal with Elektra Records, she released her self-titled debut album which hit the Billboard 200 at number 29. The third single on her album, Graduation (Friends Forever) made a big impact on the radio such that it became a landmark in graduation ceremonies.
In 2000, the spunky yet sexy singer released her second album, The Itch. It did do successfully in the album charts such that Colleen Fitzpatrick was eventually dropped from her label. She then signed with V2 Records and worked on her third album in 2002. It too failed to hit the charts. Colleen Fitzpatrick returned to the limelight in 2006, when she assembled the teen group, The Truth Squad. She helped in writing songs as well as producing the groups album, but it didnt do much appeal to the audiences despite massive support from the Disney Channel.
Not only is Colleen Fitzpatrick a singer but an actress as well. She made her film debut in 1988 in John Waters 1988 movie Hairpsray as Amber von Tussle, which was remade in early 2007. She also appeared in the 1991 comedy film The Naked Gun 2 ½: The Smell of Fear. This was followed by the movie Dracula in 2000 playing the role of Lucy Westerman, and in Rockstar opposite Mark Wahlberg in 2001, as well as Get Over It and a cameo appearance in Scary Movie 2.
As a hot and sexy celebrity, Colleen Fitzpatrick was ranked #76 in Maxims Hot 100 Women of 2001. She also has her own shade of lipstick that was develop after her hair color.
Colleen Fitzpatricks most recent work includes her vocals on Synthesizer, the latest album of Information Society. She is married to former band mate Michael Kotch.