Justice Joslin (1987) was born in Tennessee (United States) and was an American football player for the Wofford Terriers and in the Canadian Football League before becoming an actor and model; An injury forced him to leave the sport but his life took a turn when a photographer saw him and convinced him to launch himself to try in the fashion world. Since that time, his career as a model has only grown.
Joslin has been photographed by Craig McDean, David Sims, Giampaolo Sgura, Mariano Vivanco and Peter Lindberg to highlight just a few, for publications ranging from Harper's Bazaar to GQ and brands such as Armani, Nautica, Carolina Herrera, Brunello Cucinelli, Gap, Tommy Bahama, among many others.
His facet as an actor includes films and short films such as Fish Bait: The Movie (2009), The Quarry (2011), The Actor (2013) and The Last Train (2016). He had a small role in the pilot of "Selfie" (2014) on ABC. In 2018, he appeared in Fate's Shadow and the Sarah Jessica Parker Here and Now movie, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival (2018).
He is also a talented musician who is part of the rock group The Skipper Room, and who knows how to play keyboards, guitar, bass, drums and also composes and records his own music.
Justice is also a partner in a Brooklyn art collective called Unruly Collective, located in Bushwick.