Justin Willman is a television personality, magician, comedian, and producer who is married to his wife, Jillian Sipkins.
The renowned entertainer who has a lovely partner and son is going to appear as a guest judge on the new upcoming show Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend.
The reality competition show is set to be released on 14 June 2022 where there are many talented personas providing a glimpse of their talent in a short trailer.
Who Is Justin Willman Wife Jillian Sipkins? Meet Their Son Jackson
Justin Willman’s wife, Jillian Sipkins, is an actress known for her work in Jeremy Bass: The Greatest Fire, The United Colors of Amani, and Galantis: Peanut Butter Jelly (2015).
Like Justin, Jillian is also a magician who performed a levitation trick at their wedding ceremony in Malibu, California. The show wowed everyone at the party, leaving them in awe.
They dated for quite some time before getting married in 2015, and after just three years, they invited their son Jackon Willman on 12 December 2018.
Although she is living with type 1 diabetes, she never misses the chance to support her husband and her son.
Like in the new show Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, she can be seen cheering for her husband while wearing an insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor.
Justin Willman Family Background
Justin Willman was born in a wonderful family to parents Robert Willman and Sonja Willman in St. Louis, Missouri.
His mother, Sonja, was an interior designer, and his father, Robert, worked in a company. They raised him in catholic belief.
As he started performing magic tricks for friends and family, his mother gave him the stage name “Justin Kredible.” Now he uses his birth name Justin Willman in his professional work.
An orthopedic surgeon was the one who advised him to learn card tricks. The doctor suggested this option as he broke both of his arms when he was 12 to get the agility back in his hands.
Justin Willman Net Worth & Career Earnings
Justin Willman has a net worth of $3 million, as per Digital Global Times. He has earned a massive amount of money from his career as a producer, creator, tv personality & magician.
He has hosted different shows like Halloween Wars, Cupcake Wars, and King of Cones and created shows like Magic for Humans.
His first ever comedy or magic special was Sleight of Mouth.