52 years old (Born on September 11, 1967)
American, Singer; He is famous from Memphis Belle.Father, Harry Connick Sr., was the District Attorney of Orleans Parish (New Orleans), a position he was elected to when Harry was a toddler and served for twenty-nine years until he retired in 2003. Harry was just voted "Best Dressed" in the September 14, 1998, People Magazine. Gave up smoking at the insistence of Mel Tormu00e9. Three daughters: Georgia (b. 1996), Sara (b. September 1997) and Charlotte (b. June 26, 2002). Son of Harry Connick Sr., recently retired New Orleans District Attorney
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Fun Facts About Harry Connick Jr
In 1973, his father, Harry Connick Sr., beat Jim Garrison for the position of Orleans Parish District Attorney. This was the same Jim Garrison who launched the investigation concerning the Kennedy assassination, and who is featured in Oliver Stone's 1993 film JFK (1991).
In the New York Big Band Concert video, Harry changes the lyrics of the song "It Had to Be You" from "I love you still" to "I love you Jill," which is his wife's name.
Has one sister.
Welcomed third daughter, Charlotte, on June 26, 2002.
Mother, a Lousiana Supreme Court justice, died when Harry was 13 years old.
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1990" in John Willis's Screen World, Vol. 42. 
Because of his style of singing, so similar to Frank Sinatra, he was given the nickname "The Vice-Chairman of the Board." Sinatra had nothing but praise for Connick, and referred to him simply as The Kid.
Attended Jesuit High School, an all-boys school in New Orleans.
Having grown up in New Orleans, Harry founded a Mardi Gras krewe in 1993. "orpheus" is the first New Orleans krewe to include male and female members of all races.