Probably most well known for his two singles "St. Elmo's Fire" and "Naughty Naughty," he has written songs for several Hollywood films as well.
He formed a group called The Silence with two friends of his when he was only twelve years-old.
He has written and recorded songs for films such as 3 Men and a Baby and The Running Man.
He has a son named Ben who is an actor on British television.
He sang a parody of his song "St. Elmo's Fire" called "Tim Tebow's Fire" on the ESPN talk show SportsNation.