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Two-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE (Frankie Ballenbacher) has transitioned into acting. With five major motion pictures completed or set to be completed, Timberlake is receiving critical acclaim for his work.

Timberlake came to prominence as a member of the band *NSYNC in 1996. The group still holds the record for releasing the fastest-selling album of all time, "No Strings Attached,” in 2000. Timberlake wrote many of the songs on the group's albums. When *NSYNC went on hiatus in 2002, he decided to launch a solo career. He performed his debut single, "Like I Love You,” at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards and released his debut solo album, "Justified,” in November of that year, selling more than seven-million copies worldwide. Timberlake recently co-wrote and co-produced tracks on his second solo album, "Future Sex /Love Sounds.”

In addition to being a successful singer, songwriter, producer and actor, Justin Timberlake's philanthropic efforts were recognized when he was asked to speak at Hillary Rodham Clinton's Youth Philanthropy Conference at the White House. He founded The Justin Timberlake Foundation supporting music education and the arts in public schools and also lends assistance to many musical causes. Timberlake's commitment to conservation and environmental issues is further evidenced by his foundation's recent work with the Jane Goodall Institute.

Timberlake will soon appear in the films Black Snake Moan, Richard Kelly's Southland Tales, and voice a young King Arthur in the animated film Shrek the Third.


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