JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE (Richie Furst) is one of the world's most recognized and accomplished entertainers. Originally rising to fame as a member of the phenomenally successful Pop Group *NSYNC, Timberlake went on to launch a solo career as a singer, songwriter, producer and actor that has earned him six Grammy Awards, four Emmy Awards and accolades from around the world.
After selling nearly 17 million albums worldwide for his two multi-platinum certified solo albums, Timberlake embarked on a career in both film and television, turning in well-received performances in such acclaimed films as Alpha Dog, Black Snake Moan, Southland Tales, Shrek The Third and The Social Network while simultaneously delivering pop culture-defining appearances on Saturday Night Live.
For one of his first films, Timberlake received rave reviews for his role as FrankieBallenbacher in Universal's crime drama Alpha Dog, co-starring Emile Hirsh, Bruce Willis and Sharon Stone. The Los Angeles Times said the movie is "a showcase of Timberlake, who turns in Dog'smost nuanced performance." He was also applauded for his role alongside Christina Ricci and Samuel L. Jackson in Snake Moan. In the summer of 2007, he joined the all-star cast of DreamWorks' The Third in he provided the voice of Artie (the young King Arthur) and starred alongside Cameron Diaz, Mike Meyers, Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas. Soon after, Timberlake joined Dwayne Johnson, Seann William Scott, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Mandy Moore in Tales the director of the cult hit Darko. Justin appeared in the 2009 independent film, Open Road, with Academy Awardwinner Jeff Bridges, Mary Steenburgen, Harry Dean Stanton and Kate Mara.
Timberlake continued to strengthen his film portfolio in 2010 when he was praised for his portrayal of Napster founder Sean Parker, in David Fincher's Academy Award-nominated film, The Social Network. He was also the voice of Boo-Boo in Warner Bros.' animated hit, Yogi Bear. In 2011, Justin appeared in the successful comedies, Bad Teacher from Columbia Pictures starring Cameron Diaz, Jason Segal and Lucy Punch and Screen Gems' Friends With Benefits co-starring Mila Kunis. He also played the lead role of Will Salas in the Andrew Niccol-directed New Regency thriller In Time opposite Amanda Seyfried. In September 2012, Timberlake appeared in Trouble With The Curve alongside Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams. He also has a co-starring role in the Coen Brothers film, Inside Llewyn Davis with Carrie Mulligan and Oscar Isaac due later this year.
Timberlake's success as an actor has also extended into television where he hosted two unforgettable episodes of Saturday Night Live produced viral video sensations including the Emmy-winning "**k in the Box" -- a video that went on to be viewed over 100 million times on YouTube. Timberlake won a second Emmy Award in 2009 for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for hosting Night Live -- a first in the show's nearly 30 year history. He won the same award again in 2011 and also picked up an additional Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics. He has hosted 's Music Awards,'s's Choice Awardsand 'sAwards as well as co-hosted MTV's Movie Awards. He also served as executive producer on the MTV reality show called The Phone. In 2011, Timberlake lent his voice to an episode of FOX's The Cleveland Show. His HBO special, Justin Timberlake: FutureSex/LoveShow, also earned an Emmy nomination.
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