Justice Smith Net Worth & Biography - Celebrity Net Worth




Justice Smith is an American actor. He is best known for his roles as Franklin Webb in the 2018 science fiction film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Tim Goodman in Detective Pikachu and Theodore Finch in All the Bright Places. As of , Justice Smith has an estimated net worth of about $2M.

At a Glance

Full name: Justice Elio Smith

Other names: Justice Smith

Birthday: August 9, 1995


Net worth: $2M

Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States of America

Net Worth

In February 2018, Smith co-starred in Every Day as Justin, the boyfriend of lead character Rhiannon. A few months later, in June 2018, he had a major role in the science fiction blockbuster sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. As of , Justice Smith has an estimated net worth of about $2M.

Favorite Quotes from Justice Smith

“I’ll be in ‘The Get Down’ from the creator Baz Luhrmann, and it takes place in the ’70s with South Bronx kids growing up at the rise of hip-hop and really when the city was at its financial worst. It’s about teens struggling with violence, drugs and gangs and trying to find solace in music and all that good stuff.” – Justice Smith
“My guilty pleasure is competitive cooking reality shows. I don’t like cooking shows when it’s just about cooking. It has to be competitive – they’re fighting and yelling at each other. I am obsessed with those shows, and I have no idea why.” – Justice Smith
“In high school for prom, I asked my girlfriend – we were both into horror movies – by dressing up as a zombie. I had a bloody t-shirt and I spray-painted a giant question mark on my t-shirt and had people hold bloody sings saying, ‘Dying to go to prom with you.” – Justice Smith
“Growing up, because my parents were singers, I never felt the opportunity to just sing in the car to a song I liked without my mom being like, “Breath through your diaphragm. Where’s your tone?” That pushed me off singing. Both my parents did it. Especially because my parents were competitive singers.” – Justice Smith
“At a very young age I was writing stories and scripts. I was always artistic and I was always encouraged to be artistic because my parents are artists, and I loved making people laugh. I remember watching this thing on HBO Kids — kids shooting short films and then acting in them.” – Justice Smith

Early life

Smith was born in Anaheim, California. His father is African-American and his mother is of European descent. He is the fifth of nine siblings. Smith graduated from the Orange County School of the Arts in 2013 and has performed in shows around Orange County.


In 2014, Smith appeared in Nickelodeon's superhero comedy series The Thundermans, playing Angus in two episodes. He also appeared in the HBO's documentary series Masterclass and some VlogBrothers videos. In 2015, Smith had a supporting role as Marcus "Radar" Lincoln in Paper Towns.

The film was directed by Jake Schreier and released on July 24, 2015, by 20th Century Fox. In 2016, Smith broke out in the lead role of Ezekiel Figuero in Netflix's musical drama series The Get Down, during which Smith employed the technique known as method acting by taking up residence in a dilapidated Bronx apartment. The Get Down premiered in August 2016 and concluded in April 2017, being cancelled shortly thereafter.

In 2017, Smith was on Forbes 30 under 30 List. Smith also appeared in New York, opposite Lucas Hedges, in the Off-Broadway stage production of Yen by playwright Anna Jordan. The production ran at the Lucille Lortel Theater starting January 2017 and closed on March 4, 2017.

Smith starred in the 2019 blockbuster Pokémon Detective Pikachu, a live-action film based on the video game of the same name. He starred alongside Elle Fanning in All the Bright Places, directed by Brett Haley from a screenplay by Liz Hannah and Jennifer Niven, the latter of whom authored the novel upon which the film is based. Filming commenced in the fall of 2018.

Justice Smith participated in a live reading adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde and This is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan with Acting for a Cause, a live classic play and screenplay reading series, created, directed and produced by Brando Crawford during the 2020 pandemic to help raise funds for non-profit charities including Mount Sinai Medical Center.