Justin Mortelliti (Singer) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Justin Mortelliti Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Justin Mortelliti is an American actor, singer/songwriter and recording artist.

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Justin Mortelliti Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth August 30, 1980
Birth Day August 30
Birth Years 1980
Age 41 years old
Birth Place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Birth City Philadelphia
Birth Country United States of America
Nationality American
Famous As Actor
Also Known for Actor
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Occupation Actor

Famously known by the Family name Justin Mortelliti, is a great Actor. He was born on August 30, 1980, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Philadelphia is a beautiful and populous city located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America.

Justin Mortelliti Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Mortelliti was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His family moved to Washington Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey in 1982, where he spent his childhood with his mother, Marilyn Mortelliti, father, Nicholas Mortelliti, older brother, Gregory and younger brother Adam. He was raised Roman Catholic and graduated from Washington Township High School in 1998. Mortelliti began studying violin at the age of 8 and was also a competitive gymnast most of his childhood. Mortelliti’s first theatrical experience was in a D.A.R.E. to keep kids off drugs program assembly where he was chosen by his 5th grade teacher to play the victim of a drug overdose. Upon entering middle school at Orchard Valley Middle School, Justin became drawn to musical theater, appearing on stage as a Dodo Bird in Alice in Wonderland, The Lion in The Wizard of Oz and Aladdin in Aladdin. In 8th grade, Justin auditioned for the role of Oliver in a local theater’s production of the musical and won the title role. From there he moved on to his first professional theatrical performances at The Ritz Theatre when he appeared in Oliver, Gypsy and Oklahoma. Justin continued performing throughout high school in musicals and plays including, Bye Bye Birdie (as Randolph Macafee), The Pirates of Penzance (Frederic), Leader of the Pack (Jeff Barry) and Grease (Danny Zuko) and joined a local summer theater group called The Gloucester County Summer Drama Workshop. Around this time, Justin began writing music for fun. In 1996, a local talent agent spotted Justin in one of the school plays and he began auditioning professionally, leaving school on a regular basis to board a Greyhound bus to NYC for auditions.

Mortelliti was accepted into the acting conservatory Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University where he earned his BFA in acting and theater arts. He also studied in London, England at The London Academy of Theater.

Mortelliti is married to fellow actor Mark Evans.

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Justin Mortelliti Net Worth

Justin Mortelliti has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Actor. Popularly known as the Actor of United States of America. He is seen as one of the most successful Actor of all times. Justin Mortelliti Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful American Actor.

Justin entered the career as Actor In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Justin Mortelliti’s official Twitter account

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Life Story & Timeline

2020

In 2020 Mortelliti appeared in a guest starring role in the Lionsgate’s Spectrum Original Series ‘Manhunt: Lone Wolf’

2019

He appeared as a member of the band of Victoria Justice in an episode of Nickelodeon’s Victorious called ‘Tori Goes Platinum’ that aired in 2012.

2018

In New York City, Mortelliti appeared in ‘Final Play’ at The Sanford Meisner Theater and played the role of Pippin in NewArt Theater Company’s Production of the musical. Mortelliti briefly performed with the improv-comedy troop ‘The Grown-Up Playground’.

In Los Angeles, he appeared in ‘Happy Days: The Musical’ at The Falcon Theatre, under the direction of Garry Marshall, ‘Twist’ at The Avery Schreiber Theatre, and The House of Yes (Marty) with Priscilla Barnes at Stage 52. Mortelliti originated the role of Porter in the world premier of the new musical ‘The Bedroom Window’ at The Odyssey Theatre for which he won a StageScene LA Award for Outstanding performance by a lead actor/musical. In 2008, Mortelliti played the role of Roger in the West Coast Regional Premier of the rock musical RENT. He then originated the role of Dylan Klebold in ‘The Columbine Project’ which transferred to an Off-Broadway theater in NYC for which he won an Artistic Director’s Achievement award for Best Lead Actor in a Play. He also originated the role of Jared in the World Premier play ‘Expecting to Fly’ at The Elephant Theatre in Los Angeles, which he was runner up to Alfred Molina for a Ticket Holder Award – Best Actor in a Play. Mortelliti performed with the Los Angeles based ‘For the Record’ appearing in their productions of ‘Boogie Nights’ and ‘Scorsese: American Crime Requiem’ which premiered at The Wallis in Beverly Hills in 2016. He played the role of Drew in the original Las Vegas cast of ‘Rock of Ages’ which opened in 2012. Mortelliti appeared on Broadway in the original cast of ‘Escape to Margaritaville’ which opened in March 2018 and later that year starred opposite Dove Cameron as Christian in The New Group’s production of ‘Clueless: The Musical’ Off-Broadway. Justin originated the role of Mr. Darcy in the new musical ‘Pride and Prejudice’ in December 2019 at Theatreworks Silicon Valley and was nominated Best Lead Actor in a Musical for the San Francisco Bay Area Critics Circle Awards.

Mortelliti originated the role of Dylan Klebold in the Off-Broadway, World Premier of the play ‘The Columbine Project’ in 2009 for which he won an Artistic Director’s Achievement Award – Best Lead Actor in a Drama.

Mortelliti has released music videos for his songs ‘The Fall’ and ‘Know That I’ from the EP ‘The Fall and Rise’ and ‘My Silver’ from the EP ‘The Prince of April’. With Stefi & Pepper, Mortelliti has released music videos for the single ‘Big Hair’ and a cover of the Pink and Steven Tyler duet, ‘Misery’.

Justin performed in a concert with the band ‘Foreigner’ singing lead vocals with Kelly Hanson at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

Mortelliti has appeared in guest roles in the CBS TV series Numb3rs with Judd Hirsch and David Krumholtz in an episode called ‘Hot Shot’ which originally aired in 2006 and the TV series M.A.S.H. in 2012.

2017

In 2017 Mortelliti appeared in guest roles in the Netflix TV series Orange is the New Black and in 2018 in AMC’s Turn: Washington’s Spies.

2014

Mortelliti’s 2nd solo EP, ‘The Prince of April’ was released in the summer of 2014 and produced by Bryan McAdams. The first single, ‘My Silver’ was released on June 10, 2014 and began getting radio play that same month. The song ‘Try’ from the EP was recorded with Jenny Delich (Delish) who appeared on the MTV reality series ‘The Real World: Explosion’ in 2014.

2012

Mortelliti was on the original cast recording for the rock musical ‘The Bedroom Window’ which was released on August 28, 2012.

2010

Mortelliti released two singles with singer Shannon Hunt under the pop duo Stefi & Pepper, ‘Big Hair’ on December 2, 2010 and ‘I Want Your Love’ on October 12, 2012.

2009

Mortelliti played the role of Zack in the sequel to The Collector (2009), the Major Motion Picture The Collection starring Josh Stewart and Emma Fitzpatrick and directed by Marcus Dunstan, which was released in theaters in 2012.

2008

Justin also toured the US and Canada as the lead singer of Kidz Bop Live in the summer of 2008.

2007

He released his first solo EP, ‘The Fall and Rise’ on January 1, 2007 . ‘The Fall and Rise’ was recorded with producers John DeGrazio and Andrew Manzano. His song ‘The Fall’ was featured in the independent film ‘Dog Tags’ (TLA Releasing) and as the theme song for the webseries ‘Gossip Boy’. And his song ‘You Amaze Me’ was featured in the film ‘Eating Out: The Open Weekend’ (2011). In January 2013 ‘The Fall’ began spinning on regular rotation on 99.7 FM The Highway Vibe in and around Las Vegas and parts of Nevada, Arizona and Southern California.

1998

Mortelliti has been in a number of independent films including Baptism (1998), Not the End of the World (2007), Queerspiracy! (2007), Negotiations (2007) where he was nominated at The Method Film Festival for Best Actor, Dog Tags (2007), The Lost Tribe (2009), Matchup (2011), Batman: Puppet Master (2012), Rehab (2012), Jew (2012), and Casting (2013).

1982

Mortelliti was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His family moved to Washington Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey in 1982 where he spent his childhood with his mother, Marilyn Mortelliti, father, Nicholas Mortelliti, older brother, Gregory and younger brother Adam. He was raised Roman Catholic and graduated from Washington Township High School in 1998. Mortelliti began studying violin at the age of 8 and was a competitive gymnast most of his childhood. Mortelliti’s first theatrical experience was in a D.A.R.E. to keep kids off drugs program assembly where he was chosen by his 5th grade teacher to play the victim of a drug overdose. Upon entering middle school at Orchard Valley Middle School, Justin became drawn to musical theater, appearing on stage as a Dodo Bird in Alice in Wonderland, The Lion in The Wizard of Oz and Aladdin in Aladdin. In 8th grade, Justin auditioned for the role of Oliver in a local theater’s production of the musical and won the title role. From there he moved on to his first professional theatrical performances at The Ritz Theatre when he appeared in Oliver, Gypsy and Oklahoma. Justin continued performing throughout high school in musicals and plays including, Bye Bye Birdie (Randolph Macafee), The Pirates of Penzance (Frederic), Leader of the Pack (Jeff Barry) and Grease (Danny Zuko) and joined a local summer theater group called The Gloucester County Summer Drama Workshop. Around this time Justin began writing music for fun. In 1996, a local talent agent spotted Justin in one of the school plays and he began auditioning professionally, leaving school on a regular basis to board a Greyhound bus to NYC for auditions.