Justin Paul Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Princeton, New Jersey, USA
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in Princeton to Illinois natives Sherwin and Sherry Lynn, Justin grew up in a small town in central New Jersey. After discovering his love for the craft at age 19, he began taking various workshops and programs studying with some of the industry's most prominent teachers; Paramount film coach Bob McAndrew, Robert Easton and Margie Haber, to name a few. He went on to book small roles in ABC's "All My Children" and HBO's "Sex In The City", before auditioning and being selected to study with Tony award winning theater legend, Frank Langella. In four hour classes with an elite twelve students, it was here where Justin reached a deeper level in his work. Langella took a liking to Justin and they parted as friends, before Langella referred Justin to his agent. He then began to study with Emmy award winning director and Colombia University professor, Peter Miner. After working with Peter for a short time, He invited Justin to come to Colombia to work with various up and coming students in the directors program. Although Justin thoroughly enjoyed this, he withdrew after being cast on daytime television drama, One Life to Live, where he received praise for his work as troubled Navy SEAL vet, Wes Granger. He later went on to star in the film "Dry River Road", where he again played a down and out war vet, and the film got notoriety and fond review at the 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival. Involved in various other projects, Justin is up and back between New York and Los Angeles, where he continues to expand his work.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous

Trivia (6)

Justin spent time training at Colombia University with students and professors in the directors program, until he withdrew to work on One Life To Live.
Trained under stage legend, Frank Langella.
Studied dialect with famous coach, Robert Easton.
Auditioned for the role of "Tim Riggins" in "Friday Night Lights" before inevitably losing it to Taylor Kitsch.
Produced and Starred in the live action animated series "Operation Beelzebuddy", which won an award at the 2011 Honolulu International Film Festival.
Wrote a workplace comedy with younger brother, Jason N. Kahn.

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