Multi talented actor, voice actor, animator, writer, producer, director and comedian Justin Roiland has finally talked about his personal life including his thoughts on dating and getting married.
Roiland, now at the age of 35, had, according to our sources, decided to take some time off his busy career to focus on his personal life. According to insiders, he is even considering dating and eventually getting married in the near future.
According to our sources he has started going out with a few women after a long break. Sources also say that the actor had a rough break up with his ex-girlfriend, whom he intended to marry.
Sources also add that the actor would now like to look for a girl who he can take home to mum and who would make a good wife. The actor, who is at the height of his career, does not want dating to affect his professional life. Hence, he has decided that he will resume dating seriously only after he finishes the projects at hand.
According to sources, he has dismissed all rumors of him being gay and has stated clearly that he is not gay. Sources also have implied that the actor is certainly not a homosexual as he has been going out with women all his life.
Mark Justin Roiland is mostly known as a voice actor. He is the co-creator and executive producer of Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty, in which he surprisingly voices both shows characters. He has been said to put in extra hours for the show to keep running.
He is also well known for the voice of Oscar on the Disney Channels animated TV series Fishhooks , as well as Earl of Lemongrab on Adventure Time. And last but not the least, he voices Blendin Baldin on Gravity Falls. This remarkable actor may not have the looks, but he has certainly got a voice that sounds and sells like chocolate.
Justin was born in Stockton, California on 21st February 1980. He grew up in an almond orchid in Manteca, California and attended Sierra High School and Manteca High School. He graduated in1988.
He then eventually moved to Los Angeles right after finishing High School. But it was not until 2004 that he landed a job in the industry. He got involved with Channel 101, an L.A Media collective started by Dan Harmon and Rob Schrab, where he made and acted in many short movies and clips. He also voiced animations, thus finally kick-starting his career.
He also appeared on the Sarah Silverman Show in Comedy Central as blonde Crag. He is a part time comedian. He now works as a voice actor.
He is currently estimated to have a net worth of approximately $2 million US Dollars.