Justin Tinucci was born on January 14, 1999, in Denver, Colorado. He relocated to the Los Angeles area in June of 2009 to pursue his dream to become an actor. He lives with his parents and sister in the Los Angeles area.
Justin completed various projects for commercials, film, and television in 2009 and early 2010. Then, in July of 2010, he booked and began filming the role of Ryan Beisinger on "Big Love."
In addition to acting, Justin enjoys doing many different things, one of the unique things he does is indoor skydiving. Justin is considered a professional indoor skydiver. Indoor skydiving is like outdoor skydiving, but you "fly" in a wind tunnel rather than jumping out of an airplane. Justin and his sister Kayla are well known in the sport of skydiving and indoor skydiving - they have been widely recognized as the world's youngest professional indoor skydiving team and the first kids who ever competed against adults at a professional level in the sport.
Justin's first experiences with being on camera were appearances on shows such as the "Ellen Degeneres Show" and "Good Morning America" for indoor skydiving interviews after competing in world events and breaking several indoor freefall Guinness World Records. He still trains with his sister at iFly Hollywood as often as he can.
For Justin 2011 ended with a bang- he shot a feature film in Georgia called "The Goats", written and directed by DJ Caruso (I AM Number Four) and then in November he landed a role as a regular cast member on a live action pilot with Cartoon Network. He also appeared on the series Disney XD's Skyrunners Testimonials (2009), "Icarly," "Incredible Crew," "Trophy Wife," "The Music Project and "Lady Dynamite" (2016).
His feature credits include "The Muppets" (2011), "Standing Up" (2013) and Devil's Whisper (2017). Justin has also appeared in numerous short films
Justin also enjoys skateboarding, playing soccer, going to the beach, playing acoustic and electric guitar and volunteering for an organization called Help The Children. Help the Children is a nonprofit humanitarian relief organization dedicated to helping alleviate the suffering of children and their families throughout the United States and around the world. Justin can be found helping out at his local branch on weekends.