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Justin Hartley net worth and salary: Justin Hartley is an American actor, writer, and director who has a net worth of $7 million dollars. Born in Knoxville, Illinois on January 29, 1977, Justin Hartley first became widely-known for playing the character Fox Crane on the popular soap opera, Passions. He was a series regular between 2002 and 2006. He was also a series regular on The Young and the Restless between 2014 and 2016. More recently he has become a household name thanks to his role on the show This Is Us. He has 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 at the University of Illinois at Chicago as well as Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He was previously married to co-star Lindsay Hartley, with who he has one daughter by the name of Isabella Justice. In 2016, Justin began appearing on the hit NBC drama This Is Us which premiered in September 2016. On the show, Justin plays Kevin, one of three twins whose lives are interconnected and told from the day they are born. The show has received rave reviews and is one of the most popular programs on NBC today. Justin was married to actress/singer Lindsay Korman from 2004 to 2012.
Personal Life: Justin married realtor Chrishell Stause in 2017. Starting in 2019, Chrishell began appearing on the Netflix reality series Selling Sunset. She was an actress previously with various soap credits. Unfortunately she filed for divorce in November 2019.
Inspirational Quotes by Justin Hartley
Anytime you go through a divorce, you’re completely lost. Whether you want to admit it or not, or whether you know it or not, you’re completely lost.Justin Hartley
I haven’t ever had so many women come up to me and tell me that I made them cry. And they’re smiling about it, which is kind of an odd thing. Usually it’s not a good thing.Justin Hartley
Your relationship with your sister-in-law is hingeing on your brother’s – or your sister-in-law’s – ability to keep that relationship together.Justin Hartley
I channel a lot of my own personal relationships anytime I prep for something.Justin Hartley
Any father can relate to feeling like a superhero when you put a Band-Aid on your kid.Justin Hartley