Justin Mikita Biography
|Date of Birth:||1985 , September-10|
|Age:||33 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Justin Mikita|
|Profession||Actor and producer|
|Net Worth||$20 million|
|Married to||Jesse Tyler Ferguson (m. 2013)|
Justin Mikita is an American actor and producer. He is notable for his performances in Can’t Be Heaven and Culture Pop. He is the husband of the Modern Family star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who established the non-profit organization dedicated to legalizing marriage equality 'Tie The Knot.'
Early Life And Career Of Justin Mikita
Justin Mikita was born as Justin Nathaniel Mikita, on September 10, 1985, in Tarzana, California, USA. He was raised by his parents in his hometown Tarzana and has also completed his graduation from there.
Regarding his nationality, Mikita is an American, and as far as his ethnicity is concerned, Mikita is a White American. He began his acting career featuring in a 2000 American comedy-drama film 'Can’t be Heaven' alongside Michelle Trachtenberg.
Besides, Mikita also made his remarkable appearance in the television series Culture Pop, in the year 2013. Furthermore, he produced a video titled 8. He also worked for the American Foundation for Equal Rights.
Justin Mikita's Net Worth And Salary
The American actor and producer, Justin Mikita is living a lavish lifestyle. According to Celebrity Net Worth, his husband, Ferguson has an estimated net worth of $20 million and earns $190K per episode as a salary.
Justin Mikita's Personal Life
Justin Mikita is married to his long-time boyfriend, Jesse Tyler Ferguson since 2013. His husband, Ferguson, is also an American actor who is better known for featuring the character of Mitchell Pritchett on the ABC sitcom, Modern Family and for which he has even garnered five nominations.
The gay couple got engaged in Mexico in the spring of 2013, after dating for a couple of years. They got married on July 20, 2013, in New York City and Ferguson later explained why they select Gotham for their wedding ceremony, saying,
“We wanted to get married in New York, because that’s where it’s legal, so we want to support the state that’s in support of us.”
In September 2012, along with his husband, Mikita founded ‘Tie The Knot,' a non-profit charity whose mission is to raise funds to support marriage equality for same-sex couples throughout the United States and beyond.
The couple is happily living with each other for more than four years without any divorce rumors.