Justin Hartley Age, Net Worth, Wiki, Height, Wife

Justin Hartley, also known by his birth name, Justin Scott Hartley, is a model and actor based in the United States. The year 2022 finds Justin Hartley’s net worth to be seven million dollars. The majority of the money in his net worth came from his work in movies.

He has been considered for some of the most prestigious accolades that an actor in the United States can get, including nominations for the Emmy Awards, the Critics’ Choice Television Awards, and the Teen Choice Awards. Since 2002, he has been working as an actor in the film industry, and he still maintains his career to this day. The part of Fox Crane in the NBC daily soap opera “Passion” was largely responsible for Hartley’s rise to popularity.

It was in Orland Park, where he was reared after being born in Knoxville, that he first became interested in performing on stage. But it wasn’t until he was in the middle of his undergraduate career that he began thinking about it as a potential career path. He moved to Los Angeles as soon as he finished his degrees in history and acting once he completed his education.

Justin Hartley

During that time period, he did not have any connections inside the film business, nor did he really have any concept of how it operated. After two years of trying to make a name for himself, he finally received his big break on the NBC serial series Passion. Since that time, he has not once considered turning back.

His portrayals as Oliver Queen in Smallville, Adam Newman in The Young and the Restless, Patrick Osbourne in Revenge, and Kevin Pearson in This Is Us, among others, are among his most recognisable performances in television shows. In addition to this, he has been making appearances in leading parts in a variety of films.

Justin Hartley Wiki

As of the year 2022, Justin Hartley will be 45 years old, having been born on January 29th, 1977. He was raised in the Chicago suburb of Orland Park after being born in Galesburg, Knoxville, Illinois, in the state of Illinois. Carl Sandburg High School was where Justin Hartley completed his secondary school. After receiving his undergraduate degree, he continued his education at the University of Illinois in Carbondale to get his master’s degree.

After that, in light of his love in performing ever since he was a youngster, he attended a university to get degrees in both history and theatre. Christian in his belief system, Hartley was born under the Aquarius zodiac sign. His favourite place to visit is Paris, and his favourite colour is blue. His favourite cuisine is Italian, and his favourite city is Paris. He is also interested in playing a variety of instruments from the musical world.


Around the same period in the 1980s, his parents finally got divorced. Following that, the children of the family were brought up by their mother in Orland Park, which is one of the suburbs of Chicago.

Carl Sandburg High School in Sandburg, Illinois is where Justin received his secondary education and ultimately earned his diploma in the year 1995. In high school, he was not only a star on the basketball court but also on the baseball and soccer fields.

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Acting was another one of his childhood passions, and he took great delight in bringing the lives of his characters to life. He must have been an excellent student as well since when he graduated from high school he enrolled at the esteemed Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC) without having made up his mind about what he wanted to do with the rest of his life.

It’s possible that he enrolled in a class at Carbondale called Interpretation of Children’s Literature with the intention of getting excellent scores without too much effort. What he was unaware of was the fact that it was in fact an acting class that required spoken interpretation. He was terrified at first, but after some time he started to really like it.

Soon after that, he started observing other individuals in order to figure out what it was about some personalities that caused them to behave differently than others, although coming from the same environment. The class sparked not just an interest in acting but also a fascination for dissecting other people’s personalities and motivations.

He left SIUC at some point in the middle of his studies and transferred to the University of Illinois at Chicago, from where he received degrees in History and Theater, most likely in the year 2000. Soon after, he said goodbye to his family and friends and relocated to Los Angeles in order to pursue a career in acting.

Justin Hartley Wife

In May 1, 2004, Justin Hartley wed the actress who played his co-star on the show Passion, Lindsay Korman. They have a little girl who goes by the name Isabella (born in July 2004). Even though they divorced in 2012 after their marriage failed, they have maintained cordial relations and continue to share joint custody of their kid.

The wedding took place on October 28, 2017, between him and actress Chrishell Stause. In February of 2021, this marriage, like the last one, was also dissolved through divorce.

In March of 2021, The Young and the Restless co-star Justin Hartley tied the knot with his wife-to-be Sofia Pernas.

Justin Hartley Career

Justin Scott Hartley, who had just graduated from college and was 23 years old at the time, moved to Los Angeles without having a single link in the entertainment business. The inner workings of the company were a mystery to him, as were other aspects of the entertainment industry such as talent agencies, casting directors, entertainment attorneys, and so on.

He learned the ropes while working as a server at a restaurant in Los Angeles for two years, during which time he kept his hopes alive. In the end, he was recruited in December 2002 to play the character of series regular Nicholas Foxworth ‘Fox’ Crane in the NBC daytime serial opera Passions. He continued to portray the position until February of the following year.

His performance garnered notice, as shown by the fact that he was nominated for two Soap Opera Digest Awards for his role in the series Passion, despite the fact that the show did not do very well in the ratings for American daytime television. His second assignment was in 2005, and it was in the film Race You to the Bottom that he made his debut as Joe.

In 2006, he was selected to portray the part of Oliver Queen / Green Arrow on the television show Smallville. He had a recurring role in the sixth and seventh seasons of the show, and then he took over the lead role for the following three seasons, appearing in a total of 72 episodes until May of 2011. He also proceeded to make appearances in other projects at the same time.

Justin Hartley

During the years 2008 and 2009, he had roles in three different feature films, including Red Canyon, Spring Breakdown, and A Way with Murder. In addition, he played the role of Nick Korda in a total of twelve episodes of the online series Gemini Division and took the lead role of Dan Lane in the television movie MegaFault.

In the year 2010, he was cast as Bill King in the feature film Scorpio Men on Prozac, which was his next leading part in a motion picture. In the same year, he also contributed to the writing of an episode of the television show Smallville. It was shown on April 30 and given the name Sacrifice. After waiting another year, he made his debut as a director with the episode of the same series titled “Dominion.”

Beginning in 2011, he started appearing as a guest star in a variety of television shows, including Chuck, Castle, Heart of Dixie, and Melissa & Joey. At the same time, he made an appearance as Will Collins in Emily Owens, M.D. from October 2012 to February 2013. Twelve episodes of Revenge featured him in the role of Patrick Osbourne, spanning from September 2013 to May (March)1 of 2014.

In 2015, he had the release of his sixth picture, which was titled The Challenger, and he played the lead character of James in that movie. In the meanwhile, from 2014 to 2016, he continued to act in recurring roles on the television shows Mistresses as Scott Trosman and The Young and the Restless as Adam Newman.

He started a new job in September 2016, taking on the part of Kevin Pearson in the family drama television series This Is Us. He will continue to be a part of the production until the show’s conclusion in May 2022. In the meanwhile, he also served as the director for two of the show’s episodes, namely “A Hell of a Week: Part Three” (Season 4) and “Every Version of You” (Season 6)

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