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Justine started acting early and from 1982- 1989 played Mallory Keaton on the television sit-com “Family Ties”.  Simultaneously, she co-starred with Julia Roberts in the feature film “Satisfaction”, with Matthew Broderick in “The Night we Never Met'' and with David Duchovny and Sigourney Weaver in “The TV Set”.  She then went on to star in the American version of the TV Comedy “Men Behaving Badly” and in 2003, in Showtime’s “Out of Order''.  She had other recurring roles and explored doing theater in New York.

Justine wrote her feature film directorial debut “Violet”, starring Justin Theroux and Olivia Munn, which premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival.  Before that, she also wrote and directed the short film “5 Minutes” that was a selection in the Toronto Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festivals of 2018 and adapted the teenage book series “The Clique” for a Warner Bros. internet series.

As a producer, Justine helped produce the Speechless campaign in support of the Writers’ Guild strike in 2007 and an internet talk show with fashion maven Kelly Cutrone “wake up and get real”.  She also produced the films she wrote and directed.

As an author, Justine’s first book “FAME” became a bestseller and was a non-fiction work about society’s need for its presence, was published in 2018.  Her second and recent work “FACE” was released in April of this year and a documentary is going to follow.   “FACE “examines the aggressive ways that society reacts to the aging of women's faces.  Justine also holds a UCLA degree in Computer Science and Digital Media Management.

Mother of two, Justine lives in Los Angeles.

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