Justin Roiland kids: Does Justin Roiland have children?

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Justin Roiland is an American animator, voice actor, writer, and producer famously known for co-creating the popular animated television series, Rick and Morty. Roiland also provides the voice for both of the titular characters in the show, Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith. He was born and raised in Stockton, California to Jewish parents. Does Justin Roiland have children? Let’s find out.

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Who Is Justin Roiland?

Roiland was born on February 21, 1980, in Stockton, California to Jewish parents. Justin attended Sierra High School but was transferred to Manteca High School. He also attended Modesto Junior College in Modesto, California after High School.

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Justin first started his career in the entertainment industry working as a writer and animator for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim programming block. In 2012, he and fellow writer and producer, Dan Harmon, created the animated series, Rick and Morty. The show went on to gain a cult and has since become one of the most popular and critically acclaimed animated series on television.

Apart from this, Roiland has also provided voice work for other animated series such as Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls, and Adventure Time. He also created the virtual reality video game, Trover Saves the Universe.

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The following are some of the films and television shows he has worked for.

  • Rick and Morty (co-creator, writer, animator, voice actor)
  • Trover Saves the Universe (creator, voice actor)
  • Fish Hooks (voice actor)
  • Gravity Falls (voice actor)
  • Adventure Time (voice actor)
  • Sausage Party (producer, voice actor)
  • House of Cosbys (producer)
  • The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti (producer)

Does Justin Roiland have children?

Roiland is currently unmarried and has no child. There is no record of him having a child anywhere.

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