His all time favorite thing to do is to stay at home with his wife and daughter, Isabella.
Justin is very fond of reading plays. In fact, he is almost always reading at least one play.
His theatrical credits include Of Mice and Men, Actor's Spotlight Hour, and Get Up, Stand Up. He worked on the following student films: America The One and Get Up, Stand Up.
Justin appeared in a commercial for Miller Genuine Draft which was launched in late 2002.
He is the only live person to ever play the Green Arrow onscreen.
Film, Video, and TV Movie Credits:
• Megafault (2009) (V) as Dan Lane
• A Way with Murder (2009) as Ted Rawlings
• Spring Breakdown (2009) as Todd
• Red Canyon (2008) as Tom
• Austin Golden Hour (2008) (TV) as Rhett Clark
• Spellbound (2007) (TV) as Danny
• Aquaman (2006) (TV) as Arthur Curry
Justin's hero growing up was Ozzie Smith who played shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals. His favorite baseball teams are the Cubs and the Dodgers.
Justin played sports in high school including baseball, basketball, and soccer.
When he first arrived in LA, Justin had $324 in his pocket.
Justin is 6'3" (1.90 m) tall. He has blonde hair and brown eyes.
Justin Hartley owns a dog (half beagle-half terrier) named "The Gooch". He also owns a cat named "Gracie".
He replaced Will Toale in the CW pilot Mercy Reef, the network's Aquaman project that subsequently was not picked up as a full series.
Justin: I've never been really practical. I mean, back when I played baseball in high school, I just assumed I would play professionally. (chuckles softly) And it didn't happen obviously, not by a longshot.
Justin: (about the roles of Aquaman and the Green Arrow) Before I took the roles, I was more familiar with Aquaman, I think, than I was Green Arrow. I don't know why. Maybe it's just because I have a lot of friends who are really heavy into comic books and stuff, and I think maybe they were Aquaman people. Maybe I was just around it more. But I've been reading up on him, and I've been doing my mythology homework, so, I'll be ready to go.
Justin: (after being asked what it was like doing the Aquaman pilot) You know, it was great. We did some tank work, and then we did some ocean work as well. We were actually in the reef and in the ocean swimming around. It was great. It was a lot of hard work. It was really physically taxing, but nothing I couldn't handle, and really beautiful and tranquil. It's really interesting, looking at an aquarium as opposed to being in their environment. It's a little freaky, but it's fun. I swam with dolphins. That was so great, man. That was so, so fun. I would recommend that to anybody. It was a good time, to work with all those guys. They're all professionals, like all the divers underwater and stuff, so, it's good.
Justin: (about playing Aquaman) It is interesting playing a super hero who wasn't necessarily hiding his secret. At the same time, he was so human it was hard to believe he wasn't. It was hard to believe this guy wasn't your neighbor, let alone that he was from Atlantis. I tried to be subtle.
Justin: (after being asked how his wife rates his performance on "Smallville") She tells me, 'You're makin' that show, sweetheart. You're so good!' (laughs) Her critique of me is not really a critique. It's just kind of praise no matter what I do. It's just nice. We have a marriage. We don't really critique each other.
Justin: (about his Green Arrow costume on "Smallville") I never thought I'd say putting head-to-toe leather on would feel great, but I really liked it. It does get a little warm, though.
Justin: (about his role as the Green Arrow in "Smallville") I've had the absolute best time of my life. This is the best job I've ever had.
Justin: Work hard. Work hard. Work hard. It definitely does pay off.
Justin: I'm a fantastic swimmer, but I was not a diver. I had never gone scuba diving. I was basically a stroke swimmer.
Justin: My work on Aquaman is something that I'm really proud of. People got to see my work ethic. I think that translated into a role on Smallville.
Justin: I don't have a gardener because I enjoy pulling weeds. It's hard to explain but there is something fulfilling about pulling out a weed and knowing that you got all the roots.
Justin: I have to admit that my guilty pleasure is professional wrestling. I can't seem to get enough of it and as soon as my challenge is accepted I will be getting into the ring. Wish me luck.
Justin: (when asked what else makes him "super") I like to think I'm a good husband, a good father, and good in bed. Who cares what else you do well?
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