How old is Clay Aiken?
Clay Aiken is 45 years old.
What is Clay Aiken Net Worth?
Clay Aiken's net worth is $5 Million.
What is Clay Aiken Birthday?
Clay Aiken's birthday is 30/11/1978.
What is Clay Aiken Zodiac Sign?
Clay Aiken's zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
What is Clay Aiken's Real Birth Name?
Clay Aiken's real birth name is Clayton Holmes Aiken .
Where is Clay Aiken's Birthplace?
Clay Aiken's birthplace is Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S..
How Tall is Clay Aiken?
Clay Aiken height is 6'1''.
What is Clay Aiken Nationality?
Clay Aiken nationality is United States.
What are Clay Aiken's Professions?
Clay Aiken's professions are Activist, Actor, Singer, Television Personality.
Who is Clay Aiken's Spouse(s)?
Who is Clay Aiken?
Clay Aiken is an American singer, television personality, actor, Democratic political candidate and activist. Aiken finished second place on the second season of American Idol in 2003, and his debut album, Measure of a Man, went multi-platinum. He released four more albums on the RCA label, Merry Christmas with Love (2004), A Thousand Different Ways (2006), the Christmas EP All is Well (2006),and On My Way Here (2008). Since then he has released two more albums, both with Decca Records: Tried and True (2010) and Steadfast (2012).Aiken has also had eleven tours in support of his albums. In all, he has sold over 5 million albums, and is the fourth-highest-selling American Idol alumnus.
Aiken co-wrote a bestselling memoir in 2004, Learning to Sing. In 2004 he also had a televised Christmas special, A Clay Aiken Christmas. During much of 2008 he appeared on Broadway in the musical comedy Spamalot, in the role of Sir Robin. In 2010 he hosted the PBS special Tried & True Live! He has also had numerous cameo and guest appearances on TV shows. In 2012 he competed in the fifth season of The Celebrity Apprentice, coming in second to Arsenio Hall.
With Diane Bubel, Aiken created the Bubel/Aiken Foundation in 2003, which was later renamed the National Inclusion Project. In 2004 he became a UNICEF ambassador, a position he held until 2013 when he gave it up in order to run for Congress. He traveled extensively in this role. In 2006, he was appointed for a two-year term to the Presidential Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities.
In 2014, Aiken ran for the United States House of Representatives in North Carolina’s 2nd congressional district. He won the Democratic primary, but lost to Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers in the general election. In January 2022, he announced a run for the Democratic nomination in North Carolina’s 4th congressional district, but he lost in the primary to Valerie Foushee.