|Character(s)||Herself/Voice on Radio|
|Date of Birth||July 20, 1972|
|Origin||Oldbridge, New Jersey U.S.|
Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick better known by her stage name Vitamin C, is an American pop music singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress.
Fitzpatrick began her career as an Ivory soap baby and child actress, appearing in John Waters' film "Hairspray" in 1988), continued her career in minor roles in films before starting the alternative rock band, Eve's Plum, in 1991.
In 1999, Fitzpatrick embarked on a solo singing career under the name Vitamin C, releasing her eponymous debut album Vitamin C in 1999, which was certified as Gold and later Platinum by the RIAA. Singles from the record include "Graduation (Friends Forever)" and her most successful hit, the Top 20 Gold certified "Smile". Her second album, More (2001) spawned several singles, including "As Long as You're Loving Me" and "The Itch."
Vitamin C return to acting in 2000, appearing in the horror film "Dracula 2000," followed by cameo appearances in Scary Movie 2 as a voice on a car radio and "Get Over It, " both in 2001), She was a panelist on the spoof talent series "Superstar USA" on the WB in 2004 and was ranked #76 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2001. Mattel released a Vitamin C doll in 2000.
Vitamin C was a video game character in the game, EA Sports Triple Play, by EA Sports. She also has her own Tommy Hilfiger lipstick color developed after her signature yellow and orange hair.
On March 21, 2012, Fitzpatrick was appointed as Vice President of Music at Nickelodeon.