Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake

Highest Rated: 100% Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids (2016)

Lowest Rated: 7% Runner Runner (2013)

Birthday: Jan 31, 1981

Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Justin Timberlake defied expectations about former singers of '90s-era boy bands with a solo musical career that netted four consecutive No. 1 albums and numerous Grammy Awards, as well as a well-regarded acting career that included "The Social Network" (2011) and "Trolls"(2016). Born Justin Randall Timberlake in Memphis, Tennessee on January 31, 1981, he sang and performed as a child, and made his television debut as a contestant on "Star Search" (syndicated, 1983-1995, 2003-04) while only 11 years of age. Country and gospel was his initial focus, but in his teenaged years, he discovered the smooth soul of Al Green and Donny Hathaway, and the country-tinged pop/rock of the Eagles. In 1993, he was recruited as a cast member for "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" (Disney Channel, 1989-1993), a revamp of the '50s-era variety series that also served as a talent incubator for numerous teen-pop performers and actors; among its cast members were Timberlake's one-time girlfriend, Britney Spears, singer Christina Aguilera, and actors Ryan Gosling and Keri Russell. When the series ran its course, Timberlake teamed with another "Mickey Mouse Club" star, JC Chasez, to form a pop vocal group. Managed by Florida-based promoter Lou Pearlman - who also oversaw the Backstreet Boys and Spears and Aguilera's pop careers - NSYNC sold 11 million copies of its self-titled 1998 debut album, which minted them as one of the leading acts in the "boy band" phenomenon of the late '90s. Its follow-ups, No Strings Attached (2000) and Celebrity proved equally successful, but by the time of the latter release, the fizz had already gone out of the teen-pop sound. NSYNC was put on hiatus while its members pursued individual projects; for Timberlake, this meant songwriting with producers Pharrell Williams and TImbaland, which resulted in a Top 20 single, "Like I Love You" in 2002. His debut solo album, Justified, was released later that same year, and coasted to platinum sales status on the strength of such Top 5 singles as "Cry Me a River" - penned by Timberlake after his breakup with Spears - and "Rock Your Body." During this period, Timberlake was also a frequent guest on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC, 1975- ), where his natural ease and quick wit in front of cameras would earn him Emmy Awards for musical parodies in 2009 and 2011; this in turn led to acting roles in several independent films, including "Alpha Dog" (2007) and voice-over work for "Shrek the Third" (2007). The forward momentum of his solo career was briefly interrupted by a headline-grabbing moment at Super Bowl XXXVIII when Timberlake accidentally revealed singer Janet Jackson's breast during their performance on the halftime show. After issuing a public apology, Timberlake released his second solo effort, FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006), which debuted at the top of the Billboard albums chart, while its Grammy-winning lead single, "SexyBack," echoed its placement for seven consecutive weeks on the Hot 100. Two subsequent singles, "My Love" and "What Goes Around Comes Around," followed suit, while a collaboration with TImbaland and Nelly Furtado titled "Give It To Me" provided him with another No. 1 single. But Timberlake would not release another solo album for the next five years, preferring instead to focus on collaborations with other artists as songwriter, producer and/or co-vocalist; chief among these was the 2007 single "4 Minutes" with Madonna, the global Top 10 hit "Love Sex Magic" with Ciara in 2009, and writing for Rihanna's Rated R album that same year. He also expanded his film appearances, netting solid reviews as Napster founder Sean Parker in David Fincher's "The Social Network" (2010) and as Mila Kunis's romantic partner in the comedy "Friends with Benefits" (2011). His third solo album, The 20/20 Experience, finally saw the light of day in 2012; it, too, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard albums chart, and eventually became the year's best-selling album in the United States. Timberlake's success streak went unbroken in the years that followed: his fourth solo LP, The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2 (2013), debuted at the top album slot, and Timberlake netted three Grammys in 2013, including Best R&B Song for the single "Pusher Love Girl." He also collaborated on-screen with the Coen Brothers on the folk music drama "Inside Llewyn Davis" (2013) and Woody Allen in "Wonder Wheel" (2017), and shared top billing with Anna Kendrick as voice-over talent for the DreamWorks Animation feature "Trolls" (2016), and provided the film with its end title track, "Can't Stop the Feeling" which gave him his eighth No. 1 single. That same year, he announced his fifth solo album, Man of the Woods. Named for his son, Silas, from his 2012 marriage to actress Jessica Biel, the 2018 album's mix of country, rock and soul yielded fewer hit songs - the lead single, "Filthy," rose no higher than No. 9 - but the album itself was a chart-topping release and placed sixth on the list of 2018's best-selling albums. Timberlake was soon at work on voice and music for the "Trolls" sequel, "Trolls World Tour" (2020).

Highest rated movies

Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids
The Social Network
Inside Llewyn Davis
Friends With Benefits
Black Snake Moan
Alpha Dog
Trouble With the Curve




No Score Yet 64% Trolls: Holiday In Harmony Unknown (Voice) - 2021
72% 87% Palmer Eddie Palmer (Character) - 2021
71% 58% Trolls World Tour Branch (Voice) - 2020
31% 42% Wonder Wheel Mickey (Character) $1.2M 2017
8% 63% The Book of Love Original Music - 2016
75% 67% Trolls Branch (Voice) $153.6M 2016
100% 81% Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids Unknown (Character) - 2016
92% 74% Inside Llewyn Davis Jim (Character) $13.2M 2013
7% 33% Runner Runner Richie Furst (Character) $19.3M 2013
51% 66% Trouble With the Curve Johnny (Character) $35.8M 2012
37% 51% In Time Will Salas (Character) $37.6M 2011
68% 65% Friends With Benefits Dylan (Character) $55.8M 2011
45% 36% Bad Teacher Scott Delacorte (Character) $100.3M 2011
13% 34% Yogi Bear Boo Boo (Voice) $100.2M 2010
96% 87% The Social Network Sean Parker (Character) $96.9M 2010
29% 25% The Open Road Carlton Garrett (Character) - 2009
13% 33% The Love Guru Jacques Grande (Character) $32.2M 2008
41% 52% Shrek the Third Prince Artie (Voice) $320.7M 2007
66% 69% Black Snake Moan Ronnie (Character) $9.4M 2007
54% 67% Alpha Dog Frankie Ballenbacher (Character) $15.2M 2006
13% 36% Edison Pollack (Character) - 2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet Mickey Mouse Club - The Best Of Britney, Justin, And Christina Unknown (Character) - 2005
No Score Yet 65% Model Behavior Unknown (Character) - 2000


No Score Yet 0% The Ellen DeGeneres Show Music Performer,
2011 2013 2015-2016 2018 2020-2022
No Score Yet 10% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Music Performer,
2008-2009 2011 2013 2022
No Score Yet 44% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2014-2016 2018 2020-2021
No Score Yet 50% The Kelly Clarkson Show Guest 2020
No Score Yet 100% The Graham Norton Show Guest 2016-2017 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ellen's Greatest Night of Giveaways Guest 2019
No Score Yet 29% Spin the Wheel Executive Producer 2019
No Score Yet 45% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Guest 2017
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Unknown (Guest Star),
Music Performer,
2003 2006 2008-2013
No Score Yet 75% The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Music Performer 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet 106 & Park Unknown (Character),
Unknown (Guest Star)
No Score Yet 20% Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Music Performer,
2009-2011 2013
No Score Yet 87% Conan Guest 2011
No Score Yet 64% The Cleveland Show Paul/Booger (Guest Voice) 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Lopez Tonight Guest 2010
No Score Yet 100% The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2010
31% No Score Yet The Jay Leno Show Guest 2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Phone Executive Producer 2009
85% 76% The Simpsons Himself (Guest Voice) 2001
No Score Yet No Score Yet Touched by an Angel Unknown (Guest Star) 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Clueless Unknown (Guest Star) 1999