Justice Joslin, born December 30, 1987, in Johnson City, Tennessee, USA, is an American football player turned model, musician and actor.

The former athlete played wide receiver and defensive back for the Terriers at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. He was a wide receiver in the German Football League (GFL) for the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, who won the German Bowl in 2011. Justice played for the NFL Combine in 2012 and had been considering a move to an Arena League Spokane team when he changed career direction and followed his brother Jeffrey Scott Joslin II to Los Angeles, seeking new opportunities.


While surfing, a photographer noticed him and suggested he create a modeling portfolio. In 2012-2013 his modeling career began in earnest, working non-stop visiting 13+ countries. 2014 & 2015 saw more of the same culminating in three major fragrance ads (Nautica Life, Joop Homme and CH Prive Men) and a commercial for Bvlgari watches.

2016 began with a new fragrance ad campaign for Joop Homme Sport, Frye Boots and Simons in Montreal. He visited Cuba, Santorini and Sardinia in his travels and finished the year with Robb Report and his fourth holiday campaign for Simons.

2017 has Justice as the new face of Bvlgari fragrance Aqua Atlantique.

He also had campaigns for Giorgio Armani, Carolina Herrera for CH Men, Gorsuch Ltd., Falconeri, Tommy Bahama, Lucky Brand, Harmont & Blaine and Simons.

Justice also worked on an editorial with famed celebrity photographer Tony Duran (who gained success photographing Jennifer Lopez).

In between modeling gigs, Justice has dabbled in acting, appearing in “The Quarry” and “Fish Bait: The Movie.” He also had a bit part on the ABC series pilot, “Selfie”. He has a small part in the film, “The Last Train” and Justice has a role in the upcoming Sarah Jessica Parker film, “Best Day of My Life” and a bit part in the short “Fate’s Shadow”. He is also being featured in the documentary “Pull” in 2018.


Justice played keyboards with his older brother singer/songwriter Jefrey Scott Joslin II in his band The Waybacks alongside his cousin Jarrod Spurrier on drums and Mico Olmos on bass.


After working with his brother Jeffrey on The Family 3, The Family 4 and Monchu; Justice joined The Things to play bass with guitarist/vocalist Lukas Neufeld and Justice’s cousin Jarrod on drums.


Justice has also recorded The Things debut record in his home studio, The Skipper Room as well as played drums on Jeffrey Scott Joslin II’s EP Vibey Christmas.



WEIGHT 180 lbs
SHOES 11.5-12
HAIR brown
EYES blue


Outdoor activities: sports, surfing, sailing, hiking, camping, mountain biking.

Exercise: running on the beach, push-ups, sit-ups, free weights.

Interests: reading, listening to good music, spending time with family and friends, exploring outdoors in faraway lands, listening to the trees when he goes on his daily walks. Road trips in his VW Westfalia.

Instruments played: piano, guitar, bass, drums, bongos/conga, harmonica, mouth organ. He sings, too.

NYC: Ford Models
Paris: New Madison
Milan: d’management group
London: Select Model Management
Hamburg: Kult Model Agency


Campaigns: Asics, Bonobos, Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor, Peek&Cloppenburg, Gorsuch, Jan Vanderstorm, Falconeri, Cesare Paccioti, Nautica, Hickey Freeman, Timberland, Simons, David Yurman, Joop Homme, Carolina Herrera CH Prive, Next, Lucky Brand, H&M, Bvlgari Diagono, Armani, Massimo Dutti, Vince, Gap, Brooks Brothers, Ollygan, Zenga Sport, Gas Jeans, Hugo Boss, Herren Globus (Swiss Department store), Lindex, Bottega Venetta, Joop Homme Sport, Frye Boots, Manor (Swiss Department Store), Palacio de Hierro (Mexican Department Store), Tiffany & Co., Schwarzkopf Haircare (2014), Sportscraft, Bvlgari Aqua Atlantique


Editorial: GQ Russia, GQ China, Lui, Vanity Fair, Man of the World cover issue 3, photos in issue 4, issue 8, Esquire (foreign), Towel Series by Mario Testino, Personal Project (nudes) by Mariano Vivanco, Tetu Magazine Flower Man (French), GQ Style Italia, CR Fashion Book, Schon! Magazine, GQ Australia, Robb Report, #portraitsnudesflowers book by Mariano Vivanco