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Justice Smith Bio, Age, Height, Gay, Partner, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows
June 7, 2020
Justice Smith Biography
This is what you need to know about Justice Smith, an American actor notable for his portrayal as Franklin Webb in the 2018 science fiction film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Smith also stars in the films Detective Pikachu as Tim Goodman and All the Bright Places alongside Elle Fanning.
Justice Smith Age
Justice Smith was born on August 9, 1995, in Los Angeles, California in the United States.
Justice Smith Height
Smith stands at a height of 1.78 m.
Justice Smith Queer – Partner – Gay
Smith came out as queer on June 6, 2020, and made their relationship with actor Nicholas L. Ashe public.
Justice Smith Net Worth
Smith has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars. His acting career is the primary source of his income.
Justice Smith Parents
Born in Anaheim, California, Smith is a son to an African-American father, Wayne Smith, and a European descent mother, Duilia Setacci. He is the fifth of nine siblings.
Justice Smith Dad
Smith’s dad is called Wayne Smith of African-American descent. People Think Justice Smith Is Will Smith’s Son which is not true.
Justice Smith Siblings
Smith is the fifth of nine siblings and grew up with his three brothers, Wayne Smith Jr., Mark Cruz Smith, and Richard Smith, and his four sisters, Victoria, Camero, Felicia, and Adrienne.
Justice Smith Will Smith
Is Justice Smith Will Smith’s Son?
This is a question that Smith answered with a NO. Justice Smith and Will Smith aren’t biologically related at all. Nonetheless, this question has dogged Justice throughout his career.
Back in 2016, Justice tweeted that he’s not Will Smith’s son and he doesn’t want people coming up to him to talk about his supposed “dad.” Showcasing his wit and ability to laugh at himself, his Twitter bio reads: “Human Person Actor Thing//not will smiths son.” [sic] Couldn’t be much clearer than that.
Justice Smith Education
He graduated from the Orange County School of the Arts in 2013 and has performed in shows around Orange County.
Justice Smith Acting
Smith made an appearance in Nickelodeon’s superhero comedy series The Thundermans in 2014, playing Angus in two episodes. He also appeared in the HBO’s documentary series Masterclass and some VlogBrothers videos.
In 2015, Smith played a supporting role as Marcus “Radar” Lincoln, in Paper Towns. The film was directed by Jake Schreier and released on July 24, 2015 by 20th Century Fox.
Smith won a lead role in 2016 portraying the character of Ezekiel Figuero in Netflix’s musical drama series The Get Down, during which Smith employed the method technique of acting by taking up residence in a dilapidated Bronx apartment. The Get Down premiered in August 2016 and concluded in April 2017, being cancelled shortly thereafter.
In 2017, Smith was on Forbes 30 under 30 List. In February 2018, Smith co-starred in Every Day as Justin, the boyfriend of lead character Rhiannon. A few months later, in June 2018, Smith had a major role in the science fiction blockbuster sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Smith starred in the 2019 blockbuster Pokémon Detective Pikachu, a live-action film based on the video game of the same name. He starred together with Elle Fanning in All the Bright Places, directed by Brett Haley from a screenplay by Liz Hannah and Jennifer Niven. The latter authored the novel upon which the film is based. Filming commenced in the fall of 2018.
Justice Smith Movies
2014 Trigger Finger Boy at school
2015 Paper Towns Marcus “Radar” Lincoln
2016 An Exploration in Blue Theo Short film
2018 Every Day Justin
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Franklin Webb
2019 Detective Pikachu Tim Goodman
2020 All the Bright Places Theodore Finch
The Voyeurs Thomas Post-production
Query Jay Short film,post-production
2021 Jurassic World: Dominion Franklin Webb Filming
Justice Smith TV Shows
2014 Masterclass Himself 1 episode
2016–2017 The Get Down Ezekiel “Zeke” Figuero
2019 Drunk History Ptolemy XIII Episode: “Bad Blood”