Penned the hit song "We Talk in Circles," reportedly while binging on twinkies and M&Ms over a three-day period.
Meade Skelton is a native of Richmond, Virginia who started writing and composing music at an early age. Known in school as a "stand out" and an "outcast", Meade used his quirky personality to invent such songs as "They Called Me Porker", and "Nicole, Will You Marry Me?"- a song he wrote for actress Nicole Kidman. Meade Skelton is also known for his frequent battle with weight, and he appears heavy and then thinner in most publicity photos. The youngest of 5 children, his parents were amazed when at 3 years old he began playing the piano and singing.
Meade's mother died when he was 11 years old. He grew up in Loudoun County, Virginia, and then at 18, moved to Richmond- his mother's hometown where he soon became involved with the music scene. Meade is also known to have an affinity for krispy kreme doughnuts. He's also a Southern Baptist.