Justin C. Schilling is an award winning actor, improviser, and VO artist based in New York City. For the last few years he has been mentored by Penny Templeton at her studio, honing the necessary skills for both screen acting and theater performances.
Justin has been seen on the screen in many prestigious film festivals across the world including Cannes, First Glance, MVAAFF, LAFA, Top Shorts, LA Indie Fest, and Garden State Film Festival to name a few and made his NETFLIX debut with the release of thrilling feature film: HOSTAGE HOUSE where he plays a supporting lead role. He can also be seen on Amazon Prime & Kweli.TV in the riveting dramatic short film, DISORDHER. His leading role in the neo-western short film LOCKBOX gave him his first award. TOP SHORTS: BEST ACTOR and since then Justin has went on to be nominated 3 more times, including Best Actor of the Year.
He has appeared as leading roles in off-broadway productions at renown theaters such as Theater for the New City and 13th Street Repertory Theatre. You can also catch him on stage in the East Village as a recurring improviser in the hit underground comedy show BATSU!
Justin strives to bring everything he can to every job he books. Always looking to stretch his artistic range, he takes pride in taking on a diversity of roles. He can always be seen transitioning seamlessly in film, TV, or theater between both dramatic and comedic parts.