Anthony Joseph Kiedis was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States, November 1, 1962. Kiedis is known to work as a musician and film actor, as well as being well-known as a vocalist for a rock group, Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Together with the group that now has personnel John Frusciante, Flea, Chad Smith, Kiedis has released dozens of albums. Among them THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS (1984), FREAKY STYLEY (1985), THE UPLIFT MOFO PARTY PLAN (1987), BLOOD SUGAR SEX MAGIK (1991), WHAT HITS !? (1992), HOT ONE MINUTE (1995), STADIUM ARCADIUM (2006), and others.
While as an actor, he has also starred in a number of films. His debut film titled F.I.S.T (1978), played as Cole Dammett. Following the film ABC AFTERSCHOOL SPECIALS, JOKES MY FOLKS NEVER TOLD ME (1978), THE CHASE (1994), and others.
Related to his personal life, Kiedis had suffered from drug addiction. He only realized after one of his group personnel, Hillel Slovak, on June 25, 1988, was killed by an overdose. This then inspired Kiedis to enter rehabilitation.