Hartley on set of Emily Owens, M.D. in November 2012
|Born||Justin Scott Hartley
January 29, 1977
Knoxville, Illinois, U.S.
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Actor, director, writer, producer|
|Spouse(s)||Lindsay Hartley (2004–12)|
|Partner(s)||Chrishell Stause (2014–)|
|Children||Isabella Justice Hartley|
Justin Scott Hartley (born January 29, 1977) is an American actor. His best known roles include Fox Crane on the NBC daytime soap opera Passions (2002–06) and Oliver Queen on The CW's superhero series Smallville (2006–11). Hartley has also appeared on Emily Owens, M.D., Revenge and Mistresses. In 2014, he began portraying Adam Newman on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless.
Hartley was born in Knoxville, Illinois, and was raised in Orland Park, Illinois, 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.
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, Lindsay gave birth to their daughter Isabella Justice. 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" and is asking for joint physical and legal custody of their daughter. In 2014, he began dating Days of Our Lives star Chrishell Stause.
Hartley portrayed character Fox Crane on the NBC daytime soap opera Passions from December 17, 2002 to February 10, 2006. In 2006, Hartley 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 departure of Kristin Kreuk and Michael Rosenbaum. 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 to 2014, 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 the second season of the ABC drama series Mistresses as plastic surgeon Scott, a new love interest for Joss (Jes Macallan). In November, he took over the role of Adam Newman on the CBS daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless. In 2016, it was announced that Hartley had been cast in a regular role on the NBC drama series This Is Us, which was picked up by the network, placing his future with The Young and the Restless into question.
|2005||Race You to the Bottom||Joe|
|2009||Way with Murder, AA Way with Murder||Ted Rawlings|
|2009||MegaFault||Dan Lane||Television film|
|2010||Scorpio Men on Prozac||Bill King|
|2015||Challenger, TheThe Challenger||James|
|2015||Another Time||Eric Laziter||Post-production
Also executive producer
|2002–2006||Passions||Nicholas Foxworth "Fox" Crane||550 episodes|
|2006–2011||Smallville||Green Arrow/Oliver Queen||72 episodes
Also director ("Dominion"), writer ("Sacrifice")
|2006||Aquaman||Arthur "A.C." Curry||TV pilot|
|2007||CSI: NY||Elliott Bevins||Episode: "Heart of Glass"|
|2007||Cold Case||Mike Delaney (1982)||Episode: "Justice"|
|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||13 episodes|
|2013||Melissa & Joey||Noah Butler||Episode: "Fast Times"|
|2013–2014||Revenge||Patrick Osbourne||13 episodes|
|2014–present||The Young and the Restless||Adam Newman||Series regular|
|2008||Gemini Division||Nick Korda||12 episodes|
Awards and nominations
||Soap Opera Digest Awards||Outstanding Younger Lead Actor||Passions||Nominated|
||Soap Opera Digest Awards||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||
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- Kristin. "Smallville Season Eight: Look Who's In!". E! Online.
- "Utah Calls Red Canyon "Too Controversial"". Red Canyon Movie. November 2, 2009. Retrieved November 6, 2009.
- Andreeva, Nellie (February 26, 2014). "Justin Hartley & Ben Lawson Join 'Damaged Goods'; 'Agatha' Adds Christian Keyes". Deadline.com. PMC. Retrieved March 25, 2014.
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