Justin Hartley is an American actor renowned for his performances in various television series. The 46-year-old star gained recognition by portraying Fox Crane in Passions and taking on the role of Oliver Queen/Green Arrow in Smallville.
Additionally, Hartley played the character Adam Newman on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, earning himself a Daytime Emmy nomination.
How Rich is Justin Hartley?
Justin Hartley, who is also a writer and director, has a net worth of $7 million. He's most famous for his part in the drama series "This Is Us."
Hartley's rise to fame began when he played Fox Crane in the popular soap opera "Passions." He was part of the main cast from 2002 to 2006. He also played a significant role in "The Young and the Restless" between 2014 and 2016. Justin appeared in other shows like "Smallville," "Emily Owens, M.D.," "Revenge," and "Mistresses."
Justin's breakthrough came with his role as Kevin on the show "This Is Us," which debuted in September 2016. The show revolves around the lives of three interconnected siblings from birth. It received excellent reviews and has become one of NBC's most popular programs. Currently, Hartley earns $250,000 per episode for his work on "This Is Us." Previously, he was making $125,000 per episode.
Justin Hartley Lavish Lifestyle
Justin Hartley's very first experience with buying a house was when he was engaged to Chrishell Stause. She helped Justin get a house in Valley Glen that cost $1.67 million. It took more than a year to finish the whole process, but Chrishell made sure everything went well.
In 2019, Hartley got a really amazing house in Encino. He paid $4.65 million for it. The house is huge, about 6,762 square feet, and it's built like a modern farmhouse. It's on more than half an acre of land and has lots of cool things outside, like a pool with no edges, a spa, a cozy area to relax with a fireplace, and even a sports court near the garage.
Justin Hartley Career Highlights
From 2002 to 2006, Justin Hartley played Fox Crane on the daytime soap opera "Passions." In 2006, he had the lead role as Aquaman in a TV pilot called "Aquaman" for The CW, but the show didn't become a series.
In the same year, Hartley appeared in seven episodes as Oliver Queen, a wealthy character, on the CW show "Smallville." In 2008, he returned to "Smallville" as a regular cast member after some main actors left the show.
Justin also got involved behind the scenes. He co-wrote the episode "Sacrifice" in 2010 and directed the episode "Dominion" in 2011. In 2008, he starred as Tom in the movie "Red Canyon," filmed in Utah's badlands.
After "Smallville," Hartley acted alongside Mamie Gummer in "Emily Owens, M.D.," a comedy-drama on The CW. Unfortunately, the show was canceled after its first season. He also had guest roles on shows like "Chuck," "Castle," and "Hart of Dixie." From 2013 to 2014, Justin played Patrick Osbourne, Victoria Grayson's illegitimate son, on the ABC show "Revenge."
In 2014, Justin was cast as the lead role of Tim in the ABC comedy pilot "Damaged Goods," but the pilot didn't become a series. He also had a recurring role in the second season of the ABC drama "Mistresses." Starting from November 2014, Hartley took on the role of Adam Newman on the CBS soap opera "The Young and the Restless," playing the part until September 2016.
In 2015, Hartley was chosen for a regular role on the NBC drama "This Is Us," which premiered in September 2016. He and the show's cast won an award for their ensemble performance. In 2017, he had a co-starring role in the comedy film "A Bad Moms Christmas." In August 2020, Justin signed up to star in and produce a movie adaptation of the novel "The Noel Diary."
Who is Justin Hartley Married to?
Justin Hartley was once married to his co-starLindsay Korman from 2004 to 2012. They share a daughter named Isabella Justice.
Later on, Hartley married realtor Chrishell Stause in 2017. In 2019, Chrishell started being part of the Netflix reality series "Selling Sunset." Before that, she was an actress and had worked on several soap operas. Sadly, she filed for divorce in November 2019. As of 2023, Justin is romantically involved with Sofia Pernas.