HomeACTORSJustin Kirk Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Movies
Justin Kirk Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Movies
April 5, 2021
Justin Kirk Biography – Wiki
This is what you need to know about Justin Kirk, an American well known for his appearance as Walter in Mike Nichols’s acclaimed screen adaptation of Angels in America. He is also known for his portrayal of Andy Botwin on the series Weeds.
Justin Kirk Age
Kirk was born on May 28, 1969, in Salem, Oregon, U.S.
Justin Kirk Body Measurements
Kirk stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches tall.
Justin Kirk Family
Kirk’s mom was of Russian-Jewish descent and his father was of Danish and English ancestry.
Justin Kirk Wife – Partner
Kirk has not shared any information about his current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Justin Kirk Net Worth
Kirk has an estimated Net Worth of $ 3 million dollars. His career as an actor is his primary source of income.
Justin Kirk Education
Kirk attended a grade school on a Native American reservation. He also attended high school there and performed at Children’s Theatre Company.
Justin Kirk Career
Kirk is an American well known for his appearance as Walter in Mike Nichols’s acclaimed screen adaptation of Angels in America. He is also known for his portrayal of Andy Botwin on the series Weeds. He has also appeared in Love! Valour! Compassion! both in the film.
He won a Backstage West Garland Award for Outstanding Performance for his role as a piano prodigy in Old Wicked Songs, staged at New York’s Promenade Theater and Los Angeles’ Geffen Playhouse.
He has also starred as Andy Botwin on the Showtime television series Weeds alongside former Angels in America co-star Mary-Louise Parker. He has also starred in the procedural drama APB, which was canceled by Fox after its first season in 2017.
Justin Kirk Movies
1997 – Love! Valour!
1999 – The Eden Myth
1999 – Chapter Zero
2002 – Teddy Bears’ Picnic
2002 – Outpatient
2006 – Hollywood Dreams
2006 – Flannel Pajamas
2006 – Puccini for Beginners
2006 – Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience