Justin Carroll plays the role of David Hastings, a mysterious man who arrived in Harmony looking for Grace.
Carroll, who is half-Irish and half-English, was raised in Greece, London and Rome. His mother is the former British television actress Angelina Halley and his father is the renowned travel author, Michael Carroll. His most recent television role was Nigel Gibney on Showtime's Beggars and Choosers. His other credits include the films "To Protect and Serve", "Shame" and the short-film, which he wrote and produced, "Which Way to Oz?" Justin is also a stand-up comic, who plays regularly at comedy clubs in Los Angeles.
Carroll is single and lives in Los Angeles with his dogs. He enjoys kickboxing and writing. Justin was born on September 25.
2001 to 2004
Beggers and Choosers
1999 to 2001
For the Wives of Others
26 August 2000
Lexington Communications Officer
In The Beginning
4 January 1998
5 May 1997
Women: Stories of Passion
Sophie Shpooricky's 'Night of Love'
17 February 1996
Red Shoe Diaries
Temple of Flesh
The Garden of Evil
Shame, Shame, Shame
Playboy's Wet & Wild: The Locker Room
Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
Psycho Cop Returns
DATE OF BIRTH: September 25
PLACE OF BIRTH: Skopelos Island, Greece
MARITAL STATUS: Single. "I'm not married, not even close. But I'd like to be. I love kids."
Nationality: Half-Irish and half-English
Parents: His mother is the former British television actress Angelina Halley and his father is the renowned travel author, Michael Carroll.
Siblings: A brother named Max, and two sisters, Zante and Kimberly. Miscellaneous
Second job: Stand-up comedian
Hobbies: Traveling, swimming, gardening, kick boxing and writing.
He Drives: A 1976 Cadillac Eldorado convertible. "It gets four miles per gallon in town, and three on the freeway."
Self-Analysis: "Not to sound creepy, but I'm a touchy-feely guy."
Best Qualities: Funny and loyal
Worst Quality: Impatient
Guilty Pleasure: Tiramisu
Kitchen Specialties: Pasta sauces and Greek salad
Pets: Jessica, a Rhodesian Ridgeback/Straffordshire Bull Terrier mix
Last Book Read: "It was about the sinking of the whaleship Essex."
Fun fact: Wrote his first play when he was eleven.
Fun fact #2: Has used three other stage names: Jean Paul Gaumont, Edmund Halley and Hal Hutton.