Published On: Tue, Oct 24th, 2017

Justin Timberlake Net Worth; How Much Is Justin Timberlake Net Worth Right Now?

Justin Timberlake Net Worth: $230 Million

Justin Timberlake is an American singer, actor, record producer, musician, dancer, businessperson, media personality, and song-writer; according to different estimates the total net worth of the actor is $230 million in 2019.


The one of the best singers Justin Randall Timberlake was born in Memphis, Tennessee on January 31, 1981 to Charles Randall Timberlake and Lynn Harless.

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He was introduced to music industry by his grandfather while later at the age of eleven he was appeared on televisions screen as a child actor, in school days he has started his music career and now he is known as one of the best musicians in the region.

In 1995 with some of best friends, Justin formed a band ‘The boy band NSYNC’ he was one of the lead singers in the band, after a hard time.

The band got the well fame when they released self-titled debut studio album in United States and according to estimates.

The album sold over 11 million copies while the second album No Strings Attached was released in 2002 which was sold 2.4 million copies in first week.

After getting success in music industry he was starred in Edison Force which was released in 2004, later he appeared in many other super hit films while his best one of the best movies.

Through which he got enough money are; Model Behavior, Black Snake Moan, Shrek the Third, Friends with Benefits, Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids and others.

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Timberlake has released several albums as well as he has appeared in several movies and he has earned many awards in his career while some of them are; American Music Awards, Billboard Awards, Bravo Otto, Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Hollywood Film Awards, World Music Awards and many others.

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