Geoff Castellucci, a cappella group VoicePlay member, is known for his human bass guitar role. A University of Central Florida alumnus and former Universal Orlando performer, Geoff gained popularity on YouTube with his Lord of the Rings cover surpassing 10 million views.
Geoff Castellucci Early Life
Geoff Castellucci’s birthday is on August 27, 1980, in Virginia. Now 43 years old, he is an American by nationality and practices Christianity as his religion.
Geoff Castellucci Education
Geoff Castellucci’s education includes attending Lake Howell High School and the University of Central Florida.
Geoff Castellucci Zodiac Sign
Geoff Castellucci’s astrological sign, also known as his birth sign, is Virgo.
Geoff Castellucci Relationship Status
Geoff Castellucci’s relationship status is married to Kathy Palazzolo Castellucci, and they have a son named William.
Geoff Castellucci Career
Geoff Castellucci, a human bass guitarist in the a cappella group VoicePlay, gained fame through NBC’s The Sing-Off and his self-titled YouTube channel. After attending the University of Central Florida and working at Universal Orlando, he amassed millions of views on his Lord of the Rings song cover. Geoff shares his family life with his wife Kathy and son William and collaborates with Layne Stein in VoicePlay.
Geoff Castellucci Social Media Presence
Geoff Castellucci maintains an active presence on social media platforms, including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram.
Geoff Castellucci Net Worth
Geoff Castellucci holds a net worth of $1 million, primarily earned through his singing career.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Geoff Castellucci’s Wife Deaf?
Geoff Castellucci’s wife is not deaf. Geoff has wanted to tell a story about his wife’s hearing loss and how she overcame it.
What is Geoff Castellucci’s vocal range?
Geoff Castellucci can sing nearly 4 octaves (C♯1 – A5), not including his falsetto, with his deep bass voice being especially prominent in songs like Ain’t No Sunshine.
Does Geoff Castellucci Belong to Any Group?
Yes, he is a member of the a cappella group VoicePlay, serving as the human bass guitar, and they participated in the fourth season of NBC’s The Sing-Off.