What is Justin Roiland Net Worth?

Justin Roiland Net Worth is US$ 5 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS$ 5 Million
BornFebruary 21, 1980 (43 Years)
GenderMale
Height5’10”
HoroscopePisces
Country of OriginManteca, California, The U.S.  
Source of WealthVoice Actor, Animator, Writer, Producer, Director
Marital StatusSingle
Famous ForRick and Morty

Biography

He is a famous American animator, voice actor, producer, writer, and director. His favorite movie was “Her” in 2013. He is well known for “Rick and Morty,” an adult animated science-fiction. He has done voice acting for the characters Morty and Rick. He is also the voice actor of Korvo in Hulu’s “Solar Opposites” in 2020. Justin has also done voice acting for Fat Lemongrab in the animated series “Adventure Time,” as Blendin Blandin in the comedy series “Gravity Falls,” and in “Fish Hooks” as Oscar. He was the founder of an animation studio called ‘Justin Roiland’s Solo Vanity Card Productions and also the studio of a video game named as ‘Squanch Games.’

Timeline

1998

He graduated from Manteca High School in 1998.

2010

From 2010 to 2016, Justin co-hosted the podcast ‘The Grandma’s Virginity’ with Rick and Morty.

2013

‘Rick and Morty, an animated show, debuted in 2013 by Harmon and Justin.

2016

On 25 August 2016, Justin launched a video game development studio called ‘Squanchtendo.’

2017

On 19 December 2017, A nightmare adventure comedy named ‘Accounting+,’ was collaborated with William’s studio and was released for Play station VR.

Early Life

Justin was born on 21 February 1980 to Mark Roiland. Justin’s parents are Rebecca and Mark. He was raised in Manteca, California. Justin did his schooling at Manteca High School and Sierra High School. In 2004, he relocated to LA. He attended Sierra High School. He graduated from Manteca High School in 1998. After completing high school, he attended Modesto Junior College in California. Roiland is hard of hearing.

Career  

In early 2004, Justin shifted to Houston, Texas. There he played in various movie shorts like ‘The Show: 2 Girls One Cup’, ‘House of Cosbys’ and also in the series ‘Yacht Rock’ as musician Christopher. He also got in with Channel101, a short film festival in LA that Rob Schrab and Dan Harmon found. He used to play frequently on the American TV Show ‘The Sarah Silverman as “Blonde Craig.” From 2010 to 2016, Justin co-hosted the podcast ‘The Grandma’s Virginity’ with Rick and Morty. ‘Rick and Morty’ is an animated show that debuted in 2013 by Harmon and Justin. The show got early popularity due to science fiction elements present in it. Justin has done voice work for Rick and also his grandson Morty.

After the completion of 1st season, this show was recognized as the most famous Adult Swim ever. Many commodities, which are themed on Rick and Morty, have been sold. With the show, they also run a Pokemon based video game app named “Pocket Mortys.” On 25 August 2016, Justin launched a video game development studio called ‘Squanchtendo.’ It was then renamed Squanch Games. On 19 December 2017, A nightmare adventure comedy named ‘Accounting+,’ was collaborated with William’s studio and was released for Play Station VR. In January 2021, he made his 1st NFT art collection named ‘The Best I Could Do. In July 2021, he also sold his painting, My People Friend.

Justin Roiland Net Worth Growth

Net Worth in 2020US$ 5 Million
Net Worth in 2019US$ 4.3 Million
Net Worth in 2018US$ 4 Million
Net Worth in 2017US$ 3.8 Million

Highlights

Here are some of the best highlights of Justin Roiland’s career:

  • Rick and Morty (2013)
  • Gravity Falls (2012-2016)
  • Community (2009-2015)
  • The Boy Presents: Diabolical (2022)
  • Invincible (2021)

Brand Endorsements

Justin is the founder of an animated studio named ‘Solo Vanity Card Productions. This studio was established in 2007. He was also the CEO of ‘The Squanch Games’ studio on 25 August 2016. 

Favorite Quotes from Justin Roiland

Favorite Quote 1 from Justin Roiland

“In 2006 or something, I was recording the voices for this short, ‘The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti.’ I was having fun doing these really crappy Doc Brown and Marty McFly impressions. During the middle of a line, a burp came out naturally. It was just so funny and gross.”

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Favorite Quote 2 from Justin Roiland

“Anybody in animation today would be lying if they said they weren’t somehow influenced by ‘The Simpsons’ to a certain degree. Except for the shows that go out of their way to look as far from ‘The Simpsons’ as possible.”

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Favorite Quote 3 from Justin Roiland

“My secret to comedy is don’t offend anybody. Don’t offend anybody ever. That’s my secret.”

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Favorite Quote 4 from Justin Roiland

“The first ‘Interdimensional Cable’ episode is amazing because it’s filled with such absolute drunken nonsense.”

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Favorite Quote 5 from Justin Roiland

“The goal for us to do with Squanchtendo is to approach all of our projects with a goal of adding interesting characters, personalities, and a story to interact with in-game. Every game we make will be built from the ground up for whatever hardware it will launch on.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

How old is Justin Roiland?

As of Feb 2023, Justin is 43 years old.

What shows has Justin Roiland made?

He has played roles in Rick and Morty (2022) and Animals (2016).

What did Justin Roiland do before Rick and Morty?

Justin worked in Animation, both as a voice actor and also as a creator.

What other voices does Justin Roiland do?

Justin is a voice actor known for voicing Rick, Morty, Earl, and Lemongrab.

Does Justin Roiland have siblings?

Justin has one sibling named Amy Roiland.

Summary

Justin Roiland is a famous American animator, voice actor, producer, writer, and director. He is well known for “Rick and Morty,” an adult animated science-fiction. Justin has also done voice acting for Fat Lemongrab in the animated series “Adventure Time”. ‘Rick and Morty’ is an animated show that debuted in 2013 by Harmon and Justin. Justin has done voice work for Rick and also his grandson Morty.

With the show, they also run a Pokemon-based video game app named ‘Pocket Mortys‘. In January 2021, he made his 1st NFT art collection named ‘The Best I Could Do’.