Justin was born in New York City. Before he could speak, he would sit in restaurants at dinner with his parents and draw on the napkins with crayons. While in Kindergarden at the Dalton School, he was scouted out of thousands of children to appear in HBO's Goodnight Moon & Other Sleepytime Tales, talking about his dreams and introducing the title story, narrated by Susan Sarandon. Justin's family eventually moved to Westchester, NY, where he continued to draw, paint, act, and sing, starring in many shows at the Westchester Broadway Theater and performing roles in other regional Westchester theaters like "Link" in Hairspray at the Tarrytown Music Hall. Justin also attended Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center during summers in Upstate NY, and enrolled in the acting program at NYU Tisch School of the Arts after graduating from Edgemont High School in Scarsdale, NY, where he was his high school graduation speaker. Justin spent his primary training in the Meisner Acting Studio and secondary training at Stonestreet Studios, while performing in shows at Tisch and also at La Mama Experimental Theater Club on the Lower East Side. In 2014, he performed in the ensemble of Sir Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford's sold out Macbeth production at the Park Avenue Armory. Justin graduated from Tisch with a B.F.A. in Drama as well as a minor in the Business of Entertainment, Media and Technology. Located in Los Angeles, Justin is currently filming several upcoming projects. Recent credits include Billionaire Boys Club, Traitor Knight, and Frederik Remembers, for which he won Best Supporting Actor at First Run Film Festival, the longest continually running film festival in NYC. Besides his professional endeavors, Justin also is a singer, a former member of Mass Transit, NYU's Original All Male a Cappella group, and considers himself a lover of Chipotle.