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Type: Movie (Drama) Role: Alex Status: Complete Release Date: 2014 Photos | IMDB |Trailer
Justin Lee Bartha (born July 21, 1978 on Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is an American actor
After doing a performance in a local production of "Dream of a Summer Night' formed a theater group for children of 15 members, where he performed for children in hospitals and in primary schools. AfterAfter he graduated from West Bloomfield High School in 1996, he moved to New York and studied acting at New York University.
Began his film career behind the camera as a production assistant on the film 'Analyze This'. His acting debut came a year later in a short film called 'Tag' in 1999.
He wrote and directed a short film, 'Highs and Lows' with Darrell M. Smith as co-producer. Additionally, he wrote, produced, and starred in an MTV pilot called 'The Dustin and Justin Show'.
Some of his films: 'Gigli', 'Failure to Launch', 'National Treasure', 'National Treasure: Book of Secrets', 'The Rebound', 'The Hangover', 'New York I Love You', 'The Hangover 2', 'Hangover: Part 3' and tv shows 'Teachers' and 'The New Normal'.
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14 Abril 2012 | Categoy:Videos | Comments:
Justin Bartha and Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman discuss the issue of bullying in two new PSAs in conjunction with the documentary Bully, out March 30.
“I was bullied in high school. The bullying was so bad that I didn’t want to go back to school. What I did was tell my parents. My parents sought help from my teachers and that stopped the bullying,” the 33-year-old actor says in his video.
“Now it can be very scary to stand up to bullies,” Justin adds, “but when one person takes a stand, the odds are really good that others will too. So tell your teacher, or your coach, or your friends, or your family. It’s time to take a stand. Speak up. Stop bullying.” (source)