• Justin Hartley

    Last updated: October 14, 2016

    Justin Hartley is an American actor. He was born on January 29,1977. Hartley gained recognition for his television roles in the drama series Smallville. In addition, he has acted in soap operas like the Young and the Restless, Passions, and Green Arrow. He is also known for his role in the Revenge drama series. More recently, he will feature in the upcoming NBC drama series This Is Us. He attended Carl Sandburg High School and later attended the University of Illinois at Chicago where he pursued theater and history. He has a brother by the name of Nathan and two sisters, Megan and Gabriela.
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    Justin Hartley Religion

    Justin is an Atheist. He identifies himself as godless and does not practice any religion. He joins the list of other non-religious celebrities like Lance Armstrong, Larry Page, and Elton John.

    Justin Hartley Political views

    We weren’t able to find much about his political views. We saw one source suggesting that he is more conservative but didn’t provide any sources or proof for that. If you know anything about his political views please comment below.

    Justin Hartley Hobbies

    His hobbies include playing with animals, golf, reading and going on adventures.

    Who is he dating?

    Justin is currently dating Chrishell Stause. In 2016, Justin announced their engagement. Before her, he was married to Lindsay Hartley.  They got married in 2003 and had a daughter together. Justin divorced Lindsay in 2012 after eight years of marriage over “irreconcilable differences”. Oddly enough, Lindsay and Chrishell worked together in a comedy Show all my Children where their characters were a battle over the same man.

    Random Facts

    Justin worked in commercials before he got a role in NBC’s soap opera, Passions. In 2005, Hartley won the Soap Opera Digest Award as an outstanding lead actor. In 2009, he won the Steamy Award as the best male actor in a dramatic web series. In 2016, he won the Daytime Emmy award as the best male actor in drama series.