Comedic actor most widely known for his functions in The Hangover and Country wide Treasure. He in addition has worked in tv, especially as David Sawyer in THE BRAND NEW Normal. He joined Hollywood like a creation assistant. He produced his debut in a little part in the 1998 film 54. He published, created, and starred in his personal MTV pilot known as The Dustin and Justin Display. He dated celebrity Ashley Olsen from 2008 to 2011. He wedded Lia Smith in 2014 as well as the few experienced their first kid, a daughter called Asa, later on that 12 months. He co-starred with Jesse Eisenberg in the indie film Holy Rollers, that was about drug-smuggling Hasidic Jews.
Full Name Justin Bartha
Date Of Birth July 21, 1978
Place Of Birth Fort Lauderdale, FL
Height 1.73 m
Profession Movie Actor
Education West Bloomfield High School, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts
Movies The Hangover, The Hangover Part III, The Hangover Part II, The Rebound, White Girl, Failure to Launch, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Gigli, National Treasure, Holy Rollers, New York, I Love You, CBGB, Trust the Man, Jusqu'à toi, Dark Horse, Sticky Notes, Brahmin Bulls, Headlock, The Station
TV Shows Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life, The New Normal, WWII in HD, Teachers, The Good Fight
Star Sign Cancer
Endorsed Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential election of the United States.
Engaged to fitness instructor Lia Smith.
His parents are both from Jewish families (their families moved to the U.S. from Austria, Germany, Russia, and Poland).
Born in Fort Lauderdale.
Father, Stephen, is a real estate developer.
Mother, Betty, is a teacher.
One brother, Jeffrey.
Graduated from West Bloomfield in 1996.
Attended Camp Walden in Cheboygan, Michigan for 5 years as a child.
Began film career as a production assistant on the movie, Analyze This (1999).
He first acted in the short film, Tag (1999), in 1999.
The movie, National Treasure (2004), where he played "Riley Poole", launched his acting career in 2004.
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I did theater a lot when I was a kid. Then I went to acting school in New York. I did a lot of behind the scenes in college. I wanted to learn while I had the time. I studied theatre and film in different capacities.
Mia Farrow was the person I was really excited about getting to know, because Woody Allen is one of my heroes and, just by proxy, I was a huge fan of hers.
When I first started acting in movies - as probably a lot of naive young actors do - I made a list of directors that I wanted to work with and sent it to my agent at the time.
I love watching old movies, reading and having some good meals. I have a very close group of friends and family. I try to spend time with the ones that I love and work as hard as possible.
For me, I've always wanted to do theater, so I gravitate toward it.
I do have rituals. I'm a fairly superstitious person.
I have never actually watched Glee (2009). I have heard it is just fantastic.
I have yet to meet a person whose favorite movie is Gigli (2003), but I hope to meet them one day and give them a hug.
It is good to get an all round experience especially when you have never been on a movie set.
It's always nice to have people love the things that you do.
It's not often as an actor you get to be involved with a project that seems to be on the right side of history.
When you're talking about pure form, theater is a wonderful outlet.
Everyone loves the seventies because that's when movies were character-based, and you saw great characters and you saw very interesting filmmaking. There are interesting movies being made now, but it's harder and harder to make them.
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