Justin Chatwin Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Justin Chatwin Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Justin Chatwin Net Worth: Justin Chatwin is a Canadian performer that has a net worth of $2 million. Chatwin has additionally appeared in a number of television shows, such as the miniseries Shot and Lost. He played the homosexual son of Kevin Nealon’s character in the Showtime comedy series Weeds, appearing just in the pilot and series finale. Justin Chatwin’s first modest part was as a teen fan in the 2001 Josie and the Pussy-cats. His popularity skyrocketed when he was selected to play Robbie Ferrer in Steven Spielberg’s hit War of the Worlds in 2005. He also won the lead character of Nick Powell in the 2007 thriller The Invisible. Justin Chatwin has additionally appeared in the household comedy Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 as Zack in 2004. In the next year, Justin Chatwin impersonated Billy in the independent film The Chumscrubber. In the live action movie Dragonball by 20th Century Fox, he was cast as Goku. He’s also appeared in the stage play Dark Matters in 2006 in Nyc. In Summer 2010, Chatwin was cast as a series regular on the Showtime dramedy Shameless, impersonating Steve/Jimmy Lishman.
Justin's big break was the movie War of the Worlds (2005).
Justin studied commerce at the University of British Columbia.
As of 2005, Justin resides in Los Angeles.
Justin worked with Dakota Fanning in Taken (2002) before they were in War of the Worlds (2005).
Justin has a sister named Brianna.
Justin's father (Brian) is a civil engineer and his mother (Suzanne) is a documentary filmmaker.
He does not smoke.
I think I went through my phase of feeling sort of invisible when I left my small hometown in Canada and moved to the big city of Vancouver. I kind of had to decide right there in that moment what I was going to do with the rest of my life and make a thousand decisions after finishing high school. Fortunately, I chose acting.
I was completely open to learning about different aspects of Scientology... and I believe in a lot of it.
I didn't go to acting school.
'Shameless' is going to shake up television. Any drama is good drama. Bring it.
I really like 'Shameless' because it brings up important issues, but we get to talk and laugh and look at something that's really important that's a problem, like alcoholism and bad parenting. It's done in a funny, smart way.
You don't need to come from poverty to say growing up is tough. You can have everything in the world going for you and still feel the same loneliness and the same problems that a lot of kids have.
I just want to do shows because you get to see, over all the seasons, the person grow, and you get to grow with the character. That transformation, for me, is what I love about my job. I get to learn about myself and challenge myself and grow with the character. For me, it's a whole process of learning and growing.
I trust you: That's huge. That's truth. That's real love. Everyone uses 'I love you' so loosely.