Justin Timberlake wears many hats in the entertainment business. The “Cry Me a River” singer’s net worth is proof that hard work certainly pays off.
What Is Justin Timberlake’s Net Worth?
Justin has an estimated net worth of $250 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He skyrocketed to fame as a member of the boy band ‘NSync from 1997 to 2002. He racked up three multiplatinum albums with the group, and he’s continued that success in his solo career. Outside of his creative pursuits, however, he also endorses several products and even co-owns a couple of businesses.
How Else Does Justin Timberlake Make Money?
Over the years, the “What Goes Around … Comes Around” singer has been involved with restaurants like the now-closed Southern Hospitality in New York and Chi in Los Angeles. He also is a cofounder of the William Rast clothing line and collaborated with Levi’s on a collection for the company.
Despite his role as the president of Facebook in the 2010 flick The Social Network, he was an investor in MySpace after a redesign in 2012. He partnered with liquor company Sauza to create his own line of Tequila, Sauza 901, and has an ownership stake in the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour.
On top of that, he and his wife, Jessica Biel, own part of the Memphis Grizzlies NBA team. The pair got married in 2012 and share two children, sons Silas and Phineas.
Justin Timberlake’s TV Show and Movie Roles
Outside of his own projects, the musician has worked as a producer on albums like Rihanna‘s Good Girl Gone Bad, Madonna‘s Hard Candy, Little Big Town‘s Wanderlust and even Beyoncé‘s self-titled album, Beyoncé.
He also created and executive produced the 2019 game show Spin the Wheel hosted by Dax Shepard. Additionally, he and Jessica were two of the executive producers on a gold documentary called The Short Game.
In recent years, Justin acted in 2022’s Candy alongside his wife and has continued to voice the character Branch in the animated Trolls franchise since 2016. Both Silas and Phineas are fans of their dad’s work in Trolls, but Justin has taught his kids an important lesson about life in the spotlight.
“For guys like us, you know, the hope is that we just keep instilling in them that we got really fun jobs, but it’s not who we are, ” the dad of two said during a January 2021 episode of the “Armchair Expert” podcast. “Hopefully down the road, then that has more weight to it I guess.”
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