Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


Justin Chon

Justin Chon’s net worth is about $5 million.

Justin Chon

Who is Justin Chon?

Justin Chon’s name is familiar for a number of reasons. Justin Chon is well-known not only as Eric Yorkie in the Twilight film series, but also as a director, YouTube personality, and member of the K-pop parody group Boys Generally Asian, as well as for his critically acclaimed 2017 film Gook.

What is the net worth of Justin Chon?

Justin Chon’s net worth as of 2017 is estimated to be $5 million, which is based on his yearly earnings at the time, salary, and income generated from his acting career, films he has directed, and his clothing business.

Justin Chon
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Justin Chon: Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

He was born Justin Jitae Chon on May 29, 1981, in Garden Grove, California, and grew up in Irvine, California.

He followed in his father’s (Sang Chon) footsteps in pursuing a career in the film industry after being inspired by his father’s films as a child. Kyung, his mother, is a pianist and a housewife.

Chon earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern California.

Justin Chon: Professional Career

Chon began his acting career in 2005, appearing in shows such as Jack & Bobby and Taki & Luci.

However, he rose to prominence in 2006 when he appeared in the Disney Channel film Wendy Wu: homecoming warrior, where he played the role of Peter Wu, Wendy Wu’s brother, who also happened to be the main character in the film.

The film was such a smash hit that it drew more than 5.7 million viewers on the first night it was released.

In 2008, he starred as Eric Yorkie in a high school cast Twilight, which was also a huge success and boosted his career.

He reprised his role in the Twilight Saga sequels Twilight Saga: New Moon and Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

In 2013, he played Jeff Chang in the film 21 & Over as the lead.

In 2013, he also appeared in the independent film Innocent Blood.

In 2014, he starred as the lead in the crime drama film Revenge of the Green Dragons.

His other notable film credits include co-starring in the 2007 comedy horror film Hack and Crossing Over.

Aside from acting, he has directed, co-written, and produced other films, including the 2015 hit Man Up.

He also produced and starred in the 2017 film Gook, which won the Next Audience Award.

He has also directed a number of short digital films (most of which are comedies) that can be viewed on his YouTube channel.

He is also a businessman; he co-owns the Attic clothing store chain in California.

Justin Chon: Relationship Status

Justin Chon married his heartthrob Sasha Egorova in October 2014 after dating for a year.

In 2013, the couple met through a friend in Hong Kong and fell in love. Since then, their love has grown.

In December 2017, the couple welcomed their first child (a baby girl).

Chon announced the baby’s arrival on his Instagram page by posting a silhouette photo of his pregnant wife.

Egorova is a model of Russian descent who left home at the age of 14 to pursue and live her dreams.

She studied flute at Moscow’s Gnesin Music Academy. After graduating from the academy, she changed her career path from musician to model, and she has worked with several fashion houses, including Dolce & Gabbana and Elite.

Justin Chon: Height & Weight

It would not be an exaggeration to say that Justin Chon is attractive.

Chon, who is of Korean descent, is one of the tallest Asians, standing at 5ft 6in (approximately 1.67m or 167cm), which adds to his good looks.

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Quick Facts of Justin Chon

  • Justin is not only talented on screen, but he also plays musical instruments such as the piano, guitar, violin, and saxophone.
  • He enjoys skating and watching vampire movies. Interview with the Vampire is one of his favorite vampire films.
  • He was a member of his school’s marching band, and he played the saxophone due to his dexterity with musical instruments.
  • His father was not only a movie actor but a Korean film star during his time, which explains where the younger chon (Justin Chon) inherited acting traits.