Hartley at the 2018 SXSW
Justin Scott Hartley
January 29, 1977
Knoxville, Illinois, U.S.
Justin Scott Hartley (born January 29, 1977) is an American actor. He is known for his television roles that include Fox Crane on the NBC daytime soap opera Passions (2002–2006), Oliver Queen/Green Arrow on The CW television series Smallville (2006–2011), and Adam Newman on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless (2014–2016) which earned him an Emmy nomination. Hartley appeared in the recurring role of Patrick Osbourne in the third season of the television series Revenge. Since 2016, he has starred in the NBC drama series This Is Us, for which he was nominated for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
Hartley was born in Knoxville, Illinois, and was raised in the Chicago suburb of Orland Park, with his brother Nathan, and sisters Megan and Gabriela. After graduating from Carl Sandburg High School, he attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale and University of Illinois at Chicago where he majored in history and theater.
Justin Hartley portrayed Fox Crane on the NBC daytime soap opera Passions from 2002 to 2006. In 2006, he played the starring role as Aquaman in a television pilot for The CW titled Aquaman (or Mercy Reef), but it was not picked up as a series. Hartley did a seven-episode run as billionaire Oliver Queen on the CW series Smallville later that year. In 2008, he returned to Smallville as a regular cast member, following the departures of Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum, Laura Vandervoort, and John Glover. Hartley also co-wrote the 2010 episode "Sacrifice" and directed the 2011 episode "Dominion". In 2008, he starred as Tom in the film Red Canyon, filmed in the badlands of Utah.
After Smallville, Hartley starred opposite Mamie Gummer in The CW comedy-drama Emily Owens, M.D., but the show was cancelled after one season. He also guest-starred on Chuck, Castle, and Hart of Dixie, and from 2013–14, he had a recurring role as Victoria Grayson's (Madeleine Stowe) illegitimate son, Patrick Osbourne, on the ABC primetime soap opera Revenge. In February 2014, Hartley landed the lead role of Tim opposite Anna Camp in the ABC comedy pilot Damaged Goods, but the show was never picked up to series. In March 2014, he was cast in a recurring role in the second season of the ABC drama series Mistresses as plastic surgeon Scott Trosman, a love interest for Josslyn Carver (Jes Macallan). In November 2014, Hartley took over the role of Adam Newman but only once on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, and played the role until September 2016.
In 2015, it was announced that Hartley had been cast in a series regular role on the NBC drama series This Is Us, which debuted in September 2016. He and the cast won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards. In 2017, he had a co-starring role in the comedy film A Bad Moms Christmas. In August 2020 Hartley signed on to star and executive produce a film adaptation of The Noel Diary, based on the novel of the same name.
In 2003, Hartley began dating his Passions co-star Lindsay Korman (who played Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald). After six months, the two became engaged on November 13, 2003, and on May 1, 2004, they married in a small ceremony. On July 3, 2004, Korman gave birth to their daughter. On May 6, 2012, it was announced that Lindsay filed for divorce after eight years of marriage in the Los Angeles County Superior Court, citing "irreconcilable differences". They remain on amicable terms and share joint custody of their daughter.
In January 2014, actress Chrishell Stause's representation confirmed that Hartley and Stause were dating and in July 2016, they announced their engagement. They were married on October 28, 2017. Hartley and Stause reside in Valley Glen, Los Angeles. In November 2019, Hartley filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. Stause filed for dissolution of the marriage in December 2019.
|2005||Race You to the Bottom||Joe|
|2009||A Way with Murder||Ted Rawlings|
|2010||Scorpio Men on Prozac||Bill King|
|2017||A Bad Moms Christmas||Ty Swindle|||
|2018||Another Time||Eric Laziter||also executive producer|
|2020||The Hunt||Trucker Shane|||
|2002–2006||Passions||Nicholas Foxworth "Fox" Crane||Series regular|
|2006–2011||Smallville||Oliver Queen/Green Arrow||Recurring role (seasons 6–7); main role (seasons 8–10); 72 episodes|
Also director ("Dominion"); writer ("Sacrifice")
|2006||Aquaman||Arthur "A.C." Curry||Unsold television pilot|
|2007||CSI: NY||Elliott Bevins||Episode: "Heart of Glass"|
|2007||Cold Case||Mike Delaney (1982)||Episode: "Justice"|
|2008||Gemini Division||Nick Korda||Web series, 12 episodes|
|2009||MegaFault||Dan Lane||Television film|
|2011||Chuck||Wesley Sneijder||Episode: "Chuck Versus the Bearded Bandit"|
|2012||Castle||Reggie Starr||Episode: "An Embarrassment of Bitches"|
|2012||Hart of Dixie||Jesse Kinsella||Episode: "Bachelorettes & Bullets"|
|2012–2013||Emily Owens, M.D.||Will Collins||Main role|
|2013||Melissa & Joey||Noah Butler||Episode: "Fast Times"|
|2013–2014||Revenge||Patrick Osbourne||Recurring role (season 3), 13 episodes|
|2014–2016||Mistresses||Scott Trosman||Recurring role (seasons 2–4)|
|2014–2016||The Young and the Restless||Adam Newman||Series regular|
|2016–present||This Is Us||Kevin Pearson||Main role, occasional director|
|2019||Jane the Virgin||Himself||Episode: "Chapter Eighty-Nine"|
Awards and nominations
|Soap Opera Digest Awards||Outstanding Younger Lead Actor||Passions||Nominated|
|Favorite Triangle (shared with Lindsay Hartley and Brook Kerr)||Passions||Nominated|
|Streamy Awards||Best Male Actor in a Dramatic Web Series||Gemini Division||Nominated|||
|Daytime Emmy Award||Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series||The Young and the Restless||Nominated|||
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||This Is Us||Won|||
|Critics' Choice Television Awards||Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||This Is Us||Nominated|||
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||This Is Us||Won|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Drama TV Actor||This Is Us||Nominated|||
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Mandy Moore (Red Band Society), Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes), Justin Hartley (Smallville), Sterling K. Brown, and Ron Cephas Jones (Mr. Robot) are the first to be cast in Dan Fogelman’s pilot set at NBC.
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- "'Days of Our Lives' Star Files for Divorce From 'Smallville' Husband". Retrieved May 6, 2012.
- "Justin Hartley shares the key to co-parenting with ex-wife: 'Make the effort'". Today.com. September 26, 2019.
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- N'Duka, Amanda (January 15, 2019). "Rose Byrne, Justin Hartley, Wanda Sykes & More Set To Co-Star In CBS Films Comedy 'Lexi'". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved February 23, 2019.
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