Justin Hartley Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Justin Hartley Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Justin Hartley net worth: Justin Hartley is an American actor, writer, and director that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Produced in Knoxville, Illinois on January 29, 1977, Hartley is best known for playing the character “Fox Crane” in the favorite soap opera, Passions. He’s been active in the entertainment industry since 2002 and has since appeared in Smallville, Emily Owens, M.D.; Revenge, and Mistresses. He majored in theater and history in the University of Illinois at Chicago along with Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He was previously wed to co star Lindsay Hartley, with who he has one daughter by the name of Isabella Justice.
January 29, 1977
Knoxville, Illinois, United States
6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
Carl Sandburg High School, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale University of Illinois at Chicago
Lindsay Hartley (m. 2004–2012)
Isabella Justice Hartley
Gabriela Hartley, Megan Hartley, Nathan Hartley
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Race You to the Bottom, aquaman pilot, Red Canyon, Spring Breakdown, Megafault, Scorpio Men on Prozac, The Challenger 2015, Austin Golden Hour
Emily Owens, M.D., Smallville, Passions, The Young and the Restless, This Is Us, Gemini Division, Eight Days a Week
He appeared in the "Smallville" panel at the San Diego Comic-Con 2007. [July 2007]
Announced in the Passions fan fest that he is leaving the show. The role of Fox Crane will be recast. [October 2005]
He is the first actor to play a live-action version of DC Comics hero Green Arrow.
Has played two members of the DC Comics Justice League: Aquaman and Green Arrow.
An avid baseball fan his entire life. His two favorite teams are the Cubs and the Dodgers.
He watches professional wrestling.
Was going to play the young Aquaman on Mercy Reef (2006) and then appeared as the Green Arrow/Oliver Queen on Smallville (2001). The episode "Justice" featured him as Green Arrow opposite Alan Ritchson as Aquaman, who's previous appearance on the episode "Aqua" had sparked interest in doing Mercy Reef (2006) (even though Ritchson, five years younger than Hartley, was not considered for the Mercy Reef (2006) series).
Replaced Will Toale as the young Aquaman, Arthur "AC" Curry for the TV series Mercy Reef (2006).
Daughter Isabella Justice Hartley (with Lindsay Hartley) born on 3 July 2004.
Has a dog (half beagle-half terrier) named "The Gooch".
Played various sports in high school including baseball, basketball and soccer.
Grew up in Orland Park, Illinois.
Is an avid basketball player.
Has an older brother named Nathan and younger sisters named Megan and Gabriela.
Attended Southern Illinois University and The University of Illinois in Chicago. Majored in History and Theater.
I'm so pumped about joining 'Y&R' - I watch it all the time and can't wait to get in there and get my hands dirty!
On his co-stars from This Is Us (2016): It's interesting. Sometimes we'll only see each other in passing, like ships passing in the night. Like with Milo [Milo Ventimiglia], I see him coming and I see him going. I'm always so happy to see him. I try to talk to him as long as I can because he's fascinating to me - I love that dude - but we don't get any time together on camera. We're not spending the entire day together. But he'll arrange a dinner where we can all get together, which is nice. I work with Chrissy [Chrissy Metz] a lot. She's lovelier than you could possibly imagine. Sterling [K. Brown]'s amazing - all we do is laugh all day long - and Mandy ['Mandy Moore'] is the kindest spirit you will ever meet in your entire life. She's got this sort of light about her. She walks into a room and when she smiles, you look around and everyone is smiling and no one knows why-it's just because they're looking at Mandy smiling and it makes you smile. It's a bunch of great people. I've never worked with a cast that is this grounded and wonderful to be around.
I have a pretty close family and there are certain similarities-maybe a lot of families have this-where geographically, we're separated, and there are times when one family member will be needing a lot at one particular moment, so everyone rallies around that particular family member. Then there are other moments where, if [the family is] okay, I might not talk to my brother for two or three weeks, but then if I get him on the phone at five in the afternoon, it feels like we spoke that morning. That time gap between when you talk, when everyone's okay, it sort of disappears when you're talking. I think Kevin's family is sort of like that as well; some relationships are stronger than others at certain times. The way the show is written, it's so real. There are certain things that are obviously problems and should be topics of conversation that aren't.
One of the things I wanted to do was direct. There've been a couple of times that a director will walk up and say something to me, and all it does is make me mad. Inside I'll go, 'Well, that wasn't helpful at all.'
I have great respect for daytime drama. I love the branding. I love the style. What can I say? I love good soap!
It's all about story and character with me, and I don't care if the job is on daytime or prime time or the web. Hey, give me a good character and someone to listen, and I'll do my acting on a street corner.
I found a very comfortable style in that if I know everyone's job around me, it's going to make me better at my job.
If you sit and feel sorry for yourself, you're wasting your time. You should be in acting class, instead of feeling sorry for yourself. You should be working.
I know, who doesn't want to play a superhero, right? And everyone wants to play Superman or Batman. Everyone wants to play a superhero.
Any father can relate to feeling like a superhero when you put a Band-Aid on your kid.
I don't have a gardener because I enjoy pulling weeds. It's hard to explain but there is something fulfilling about pulling out a weed and knowing that you got all the roots.