Justin Long is understood from a lot of movies, where he portrayed distinct parts, for example in “Alvin and the Chipmunks”, “Galaxy Quest”, “Jeepers Creepers”, “Accepted” and “Live Free or Die Hard”. These films have added to the entire sum of Justin Long net worth. Moreover, he’s also understood from TV displays. Justin Long has appeared in TV series of “Ed”, where he was selected for a part of Warren Cheswick. As well as his appearances with this TV show.
Justin Long Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
Justin Long is also called a face from TV advertisements for Apple’s “Get a Mac” and this participation has also added to the total size of Justin Long net worth. Besides all these films, Justin Long has appeared in many more, including “Idiocracy”, “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story”, “Crossroads”, “Waiting…”, “The Break-Up” and many more, which likewise added to the total size of Justin Long net worth. In 2006, Justin starred in a documentary movie called “Wild West Comedy Show”. In 2008, Justin got a guest part in the film called “Zack and Miri Make a Porno”, where he had to impersonate a homosexual porno star.
The performer came to be in 1978 in Connecticut. His mom was also involved into performing, but unlike Justin Long, she mostly appeared in productions made for stage. When he was a pupil at school, Justin Long belonged to the school’s humor circuit and also appeared in many school’s plays. Justin Long has additionally worked as a teacher of drama courses at Sacred Heart University, where he was teaching children the craft of performing.
In 2010, Justin served as a voice actor in the film called “Alpha and Omega”, where Justin Long appeared with Hayden Panettiere. Before the movies appeared in this film, in addition they dated each other, but in 2008 it was said the couple is not any longer jointly.
June 2, 1978
Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.74 m)
Actor, Voice Actor, Film Producer
Vassar College, Sacred Heart University,
Wendy Long, R. James Long
Christian Long, Damian Long
Kids' Choice Awards for Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie, MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo, Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor/Actress, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star - Male, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series
Unsupervised, Ed, F Is for Family, Skylanders Academy
His senior year at Fairfield Prep, Justin received the "Most likely not to be seen in class" superlative.
After graduating from Fairfield Prep (Fairfield College Preparatory School), he attended Vassar College, where he was in the graduating class of 2000. He was a member of "LaughingStock," a sketch comedy group at Vassar. He appeared in two independent films, "Boygazm!" and "Time Writer," before appearing in his first commercial film, Galaxy Quest (1999).
Attended Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York.
His boyish looks
The friendly smile
His deep yet light-toned voice
[interview with Dorri Olds, October 2013] My little brother (Christian Long ) and I have always had a very similar sense of humor and sensibility. We have different strengths; he's good at focusing on the story. He's much smarter and good with structure. He's funnier, too. I don't know, I guess he's just better in general. I tend to write too much and look for too many jokes. He's good at centering me and I enjoy writing with him.
(2010) I love doing voiceover work. I started doing voiceover work when I had just dropped out of school, and the first few professional jobs I got were plays, but then I started making money doing voice-overs. This was in the late '90s, so a big voice I could do was that slacker guy. You know, "Do the Dew, man! Mountain Dew!" That really exaggerated stoner/skateboard guy... I did a bunch with that. "Hey, what's up, bro!" After that, I did voice-overs here and there, and then Mike Judge asked me to do some characters on King of the Hill (1997). I loved the opportunity to just transform my voice. I loved the idea of doing impressions and mimicking and playing around with the spectrum of your own voice. That's what I enjoy most about doing voice-overs. You can be completely unconscious with the rest of your body and just concentrate on doing something with your voice, creating an entire character with your voice.
[interview with Fred Topel, 6/28/07] I get the worst of both worlds. I look like a geeky hacker, but I don't know anything about computers.
[interview with Complex magazine, August 2006] I have such thin skin, so I make a concerted effort to avoid reading anything about myself.
[ talking about his role in the TV series Ed (2000)] Warren Cheswick is sort of the extreme of how I felt in high school. He's awkward, but instead of accepting it, he tries to counter it, which makes him look even worse.