|Full Name||Justin Willman|
|Other Name||Justin Kredible|
|Profession||Magician, TV Host, Youtuber,|
|Birth City||St. Louis|
|Birth Country||The U.S.A|
|Father Name||Robert Willman|
|Mother Name||Sonja Willman|
|No Of Children||1 Son (Jackson Willman)|
|Filmography||The Suite Life on Deck,Magic Meltdown,Cupcake Wars,Halloween Wars,Last Cake Standing,Scrabble Showdown,Win Lose or Draw,Magic For Humans|
|Education||Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, & Emerson College Boston (BA in Broadcast Journalism)|
|Date of Birth||July 11,1980|
|Married Date||September 6,2015|
Justin Willman isn't just a regular street magician because this colorful man is an actor, entertainer, comedian, and television personality besides being a magician.
He is known for hosting Win, Lose or Draw on Disney Channel and has hosted shows like Wars and King of Cones on the Food Network. Recently, he was seen delighting people and letting people closer to his personal life with a Netflix show: Magic For Humans.
Justin Willman is famous among kids and is known for his sweet persona, energetic expression, and excellent execution of his Magic tricks.
Justin Willman got famous after he did a Disney Channel show called Win, Lose or Draw.
Then, he appeared on the Food network mixing his tricks with food delicacies. Now, Justin Willman has started a streaming series called Magic for Humans, one of the trending shown on Netflix this holiday season, which has further increased his popularity.
His bio in a personal blog reads something like this:
Justin was born in St. Louis, lives in Los Angeles, and he does not own a rabbit.
Justin Willman was born on July 11, 1980, in St. Louis, Missouri, the U.S. to Mr. Robert Willman and Sonja Willman.
People find their passion in weird ways, and Justin also has an exciting story to share.
At the age of 12, Justin Willman started doing Magic as an exercise-hobby as per his orthopedic surgeon's suggestion to recover from a freak accident where he broke both of his hands.
His doctor had suggested that he practice card tricks as an alternative to physical therapy and get strength back in his hands.
Well, he got hooked into performing arts as he began performed Magic in front of his friends and family.
He then started performing at birthday parties by the stage name 'Justin Kredible' given by his mother.
Justin loves his mother very much; sadly, he revealed that his mother now has Alzheimer's, and Justin was seen with his family in one of the episodes of Magic For Humans.
Unlike many, Justin Willman didn't quit his studies though he wanted to be a magician.
So, after Justin graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, he went on to join Emerson College in Boston and graduated majoring in Broadcast Journalism. That's why he has the kind of stage presence, which makes his every trick interesting.
Justin is the producer and star of Magic for Humans; the hit Netflix original show.
Promo Of Magic For Humans
He isn't an unknown face to the Television viewers as he is a regular guest on The Tonight Show, Ellen's show, and Conan O'Brien.
Justin Willman On Conan O'Brian Show
Willman exhibited his Magic on YouTube on "Magic Meltdown," which became a Nerdist Channel web series and incorporated some of the tricks from his magic tours.
Justin performed tricks in Magic Meltdown focused on a selected subject such as technology, kids, and food.
His videos on YouTube has over 100 million, and he even has performed for the Obama family at the White House.
He also was a member of the famous magician group Band of Magicians along with Australian Magician James Galea, American Magician Justin Flom, and Iowa based magician Nate Staniforth.
His T.V. career started with a five years long show Cupcake Wars on Food Network from 2009 to 2013. He then hosted Halloween Wars and Last Cake Standing on Food Network.
Then he was seen in the Hub Network's variety show Scrabble Showdown.
2014 was one of the best years for Willman because he started hosting Win, Lose or Draw on Disney Channel, a revival of the teen version of the classic game show Burt Reynolds and Bert Convy.
He also made a short trade with Comedy Central in April 2015 before his marriage with his beloved wife.
Not so fast people, you will have to scroll down to know about his wife and son (<3)
Willman is the producer-actor for the Magic for Humans series released on August 17, 2018, on Netflix.
The L.A. Times calls him:
"A new comic breed that makes magic cool for grown-ups again."
As per Playboy, Justin is--
"The freshest and funniest magician working today."
Time Out Reviewed His Show Quoting:
"Has to be seen to be unbelieved."
Additionally, Justin also has made a cameo on the Disney sitcom The Suite Life on Deck as Armando, and he also has guest-starred on the CBS show Defenders.
Justin Willman is a busy magician, and his tour starts just three days into 2020 and is scheduled for 15 shows up until May of 2020 all over America. So, you can guess his earnings.
Justin Willman's net worth is reportedly around $5 million as of 2020. The magician earns big time and now lives in a Beverly Hills, CA 90212 house where he lives with his beautiful wife, Jillian Sipkins, and his son Jackson Willman.
Justin's famous Netflix show Magic For Human's second season is now available on Netflix, so those parents who cannot take their children to on of his shows can join the streaming service and catch the L. A based magician is doing tricks online.
Magician Justin Willman's personal life is also equally exciting. He is married to Jillian Sipkins for five years now and has a year old son from his beautiful relationship.
Justin and Jillian got married on September 6, 2015, and here's a short bio on Justin Willman's Wife, Jillian Sipkins.
The pair look as if they are a high-school pair, but they, as per their Drunk History parody video that they released before their wedding, says that they first met on Seth Rogen's first Hilarity for Charity event in 2011.
The pair then met in a series of events and started dating in 2013 to get married in 2015 finally.
Jillian Sipkins is a professional photographer, writer, and Designer by profession, and she now has creative control over Justin's photoshoots, dress, and persona like every wife does, but she happens to have a degree for it!
Jillian Sipkins was born in 1987 and is a Richmond high school Illinois graduate. She is slightly more educated than her spouse Justin as she did her bachelor's in Journalism from The American International University and also did her Post-graduate studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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She runs a personal blog called Hollywood Cyborg alongside a podcast Snacks and Hacks.
She first met her husband to be on a fundraiser, and then she and Justin met time again, but the pair finally started dating eachother after Justin Discovered her Instagram and made an Exclamation comment on one of her pictures! The couple then finally hit the bucket in 2013.
Professionally, Jillian Sipkins stared as a Café magazine photographer; then, she freelanced for Dining Out magazine. Currently, she is teaching photographers at the Picture Perfect School of Photography since 2011. Moreover, she now works as a creative copywriter for Fidel Films.
Additionally, she also has a thing for interior design, cinematography, and is a blogger with a sense of humor.
Besides being a journalist and photographer, she is a mother of a year old son Jackson who, as per Justin, is the size of a watermelon.
So, as of 2020, Jillian Sipkins lives a happy life with her magician husband, two dogs, and a magically wonderful baby boy in Los Angeles, California.
|Profession||Magician & TV Host|
|DOB/ Age||July 11, 1980,/ 39 years|
|Birth Place:||St. Louis|
|Height||5 ft 9 in/ 180 CM|
|Married to||Jillian Sipkins|
|Children||1 (Jackson Willman)|
|Measurements||Chest: 38 Inches - Waist: 34 Inches - Biceps: 12.5 Inches|