What Movie Awards did Justin Kirk win?
Justin Kirk awards
|Award Name||State||Movie / Series Name||Year|
|Satellite Award - Best Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical||Winner||Weeds||2008|
|Satellite Award - Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television||Nominee||Weeds||2007|
|Critics' Choice TV Award - Best Guest Actor/Actress in a Drama Series||Nominee||Manhattan||2016|
Justin Kirk roles
|Movie / Series||Role|
|Ghostbusters||Phil Hudson (uncredited)|
|The Tribes of Palos Verdes||Phil|
|Perry Mason||Hamilton Burger 3 episodes, 2020|
|Modern Family||Charlie Bingham 6 episodes, 2010-2015|
|Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist||Charlie 1 episode, 2020|
|Everwood||James Carmody 1 episode, 2006|
|The Blacklist||Nathaniel Wolfe 1 episode, 2013|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Eric Plummer 1 episode, 2001|
|Made in Hollywood||Self 1 episode, 2012|
|Weeds||Andy Botwin 99 episodes, 2005-2012|
|Wayward Pines||Peter McCall 2 episodes, 2015|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Patrick Bromley 1 episode, 2005|
|The Pretender||Horace Strickland 1 episode, 1998|
|Childrens Hospital||Michael 1 episode, 2013|
|You're the Worst||Rob 2 episodes, 2015|
|Bronzeville||Eli Samson 4 episodes, 2021|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||Self - Guest 1 episode, 2012|
Justin Kirk's Movie/Shows Salary
|Movie / Series||Salary|
|Animal Practice (2012)||$50,000 per episode (2012-2013)|
Justin Kirk's Quotes
- After many of years of getting cast in sweet, angelic roles, I'm finally getting to play closer to my real life as a horrible person.
- Even though I wanted to be John Malkovich or Sean Penn when I was a kid, mostly I was a music nerd.
- "Every day on this movie is something overwhelming. Luckily, I have Ben Shenkman , who plays Louis, and we're having identical experiences. When something crazy happens we just look at each other and laugh." (On his experiences with Angels in America (2003) ).
- You always have these moments when projects are over when you wonder if you'll ever work again. In the end, what it comes down to is that it's a fine line between becoming too enamored of your own success and maintaining the confidence to do what you do and do it well. That's the line every actor, if they're lucky, has to walk.
Justin Kirk: A Multi-Talented Actor With a Stable Net Worth
With a net worth of $3 million, Justin Kirk is one of the most skilled actors in America. He has been active in the entertainment industry for more than two decades, spanning from theaters to famous TV series and movies.
Early Life and Education
Kirk was born in Salem, Oregon, in 1969 and grew up in Union, Washington. As far back as his childhood, Justin Kirk showed an interest in performing arts. He studied classical theater at the famous Circle in the Square theater School in New York City for two years.
Kirk’s experience as an actor is immense and ranges from theater performances, TV series, films, and even music videos. He made his Broadway debut in “Any Given Day”, but his film and TV career started with his role in “Love! Valor! Compassion!” in 1997.
Kirk broke into the mainstream with his portrayal of Prior Walter on HBO’s “Angels in America.” Thanks to a very convincing performance, it allowed him to get nominated for an Emmy Award, a Supreme Achievement Guild Award and also won a Best Supporting Actor Award.
After several small roles that mainly consisted of supporting characters, Kirk landed a prominent role as Andy Botwin on Showtime’s extraordinary series Weeds. Starring alongside Mary Louise Parker, playing his wife, he appeared in almost 100 episodes and was celebrated by critics for his characterization of Botwin. His portrayal eventually led him to win a Satellite Award.
Outside the subscription television series domain, Justin played a minor role in Grace and Frankie, Life Happens with Krysten Ritter, and Justice League: War providing the voice of Green Lantern / Hal Jordan.
Kirk couldn’t stay too long away from television and later rejoined the cast of the TV show “Modern Family” as Charlie Bingham for a recurring lead role. Kirk did another outstanding performance, bringing his talent once again in the limelight.
With his successful career spanning over two decades, Justin Kirk deserves all the accolade he has received throughout his profession. Whether it’s earning nominations for Emmy, Golden Globe, and Supreme Achievement Guild Award for his acclaimed performances or winning Best Supporting Actor Award Sattelite Awards for his outstanding roles– he has accomplished a great deal.
Kirk’s narration voice in the educational documentary “Freedom of Speech” is noteworthy, which is yet another feather in his cap. His carriage of Podrick Payne in Joffrey Baratheon’s reign stops both high-lords and small-folk in their tracks alike.
While he embraces a humble lifestyle, Kirk doesn’t share much about his personal life with media outlets. Therefore, he is considered to be a very private person by many.
The accomplished actor prefers to keep himself away from media attention and social networking sites, except for some occasional public appearances. This is unusual in today’s era when actors have become more candid about their personal life on public platforms like Instagram, etc.
Considering all Justin Kirk’s accomplishments, skills and talents in the entertainment industry, there is no denying that his net worth will continue to grow in the years to come. Whether he turns up on our biggest screens or local TV channels, Justin has earned himself lots of genuine fans and recognition. Despite being a private person, he will always be well remembered for his performances on stage and films, and his achievements and contributions to the acting profession.
Interesting Facts about Justin Kirk
- He went to elementary school on a Native American reservation.
- He made his acting debut at seven in a local college play.
- For his role in "Love! Valor! Compassion!" he won an Obie Award.
- Was in a still photograph as Laura Alden's (Michelle Pfeiffer) deceased brother in Wolf (1994).
- Starring role in the series "Weeds" playing Andy, the zany but lovable brother in law to the star Mary Louise Parker, from 2005 to 2012. For best performance, check out the episode,"Last Tango In Paris".
- His father is of English and Danish descent and his mother is of Russian Jewish ancestry.