Justine Bateman Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height & Weight

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What’s Justine Bateman's net worth? How wealthy is she? Below are all stats like net worth, salary, profession, and more!

Justine Bateman Wealth Info
Net Worth$5 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthFebruary 19, 1966 (age 56 years)
GenderFemale
Height5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
ProfessionActor, Screenwriter, Student, Television producer, Writer
NationalityUnited States of America

Net Worth of Justine Bateman

Justine Bateman Net Worth: Justine Bateman is an American actress, writer and producer who has a net worth of $5 million. Justine Bateman was born February 19, 1966 in Rye, New York. The sister of actor Jason Bateman, she is best known for her regular role as Mallory Keaton on the sitcom Family Ties (1982–1989). Until recently, Bateman ran a production and consulting company, SECTION 5. Her fame and success hid a painful secret, however. In 1996, she revealed that during her time on the set of Family Ties she was dealing with anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating. In 1988, Bateman got a starring role in the motion picture Satisfaction, a summer romance film that—despite featuring Liam Neeson and Julia Roberts—was poorly received. Despite her setback on the big screen, Bateman continued to appear on television, including recurring roles on Men Behaving Badly and Out of Order. In 2000, the actress took a break from Hollywood and founded her own clothing company. In 2008, she wrote an episode of the sitcom Wizards of Waverly Place. In the fall of 2012, Bateman started studying computer science at UCLA. She is currently a junior with a major in Digital Media Management and Computer Science. Justine Bateman is married to Mark Fluent, a real-estate developer. They have a son, Duke, and a daughter, Olivia.

Justine Bateman Quotes

How is it that Justine Bateman has a net worth of $5 Million? These quotes by the actor may indicate the character traits that led to her financial situation:

When I was super famous, there was definitely a distinction between how one was treated if they were on TV and how one was treated if they were on film. I don't know that that distinction exists as much now.

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You can't really fault people who are experiencing fame. They're just making their way through, and everybody around them is reflecting this fame right back at them. It's strange.

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I've never liked spending a lot of time on beauty stuff. I have two eye pencils that I use, and that's it.

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I started putting together long-form projects, say, 22 minutes for a sitcom and 42 minutes or something like that for an hour-long show. I didn't feel like it was groundbreaking, nor would anyone think it was groundbreaking now, but at the time, people reacted like it was.

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I'm picky about skin care because I hate perfumes or anything that says 'It will take away all the lines on your face.' I don't want to do that. But I do use Kiehl's and this skin cream called Restorsea because it makes my skin look nice and feel soft.

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