Charles Justo Net Worth

Charles Justo was born on June 21, 1859, is Actor, Writer. Charles Justo is a Dominican-American Model & Actor. He was born in Providence R.I. to both Dominican parents. His family relocated to Plant City, FL where he spent the majority of his childhood and attended Plant City High. He was heavily involved in sports and weight lifting at an early age. He had hopes of becoming a Fitness Model in college and eventually owning his own gym one day. Charles is the middle child of 2 siblings. His older brother is also passionate about Health and Fitnees and is currently a gym owner of an elite training facility (Body Shapers) in Tampa, FL .He headed to Miami after college in 2004 with only $50 in his pocket , a car full of gas, and a dream. "Those we're some tough times in my life" he said, "but in the end it made me stronger." He was discovered on the Runways of Fashion week / Mercedes Benz Swim week. Walking for designers like Argyle by Russell Simmons, Ed Hardy, Diesel, and Perry Ellis. Campaigns soon followed after that for big brand companies like Jaguar and Sean John.His first screen appearance came when he auditioned for the Spanish televised show "Sabado Gigante". He said he only wanted to be on there so that his grandma and family back in DR could have a way to see him since it was hard for them to come to the states. That night he got more then what he could have ever imagined. That night he walked away as the new Mr. Macho Man, a cash prize, and a cruise trip for 2.He followed pursuit when Director Bille Woodruff (Honey, Drumline, Addicted,) booked him as one of the leads in the Music Video "I'm Single Again" by Miami's very own Trina. The next following years he found himself on the sets of big budget commercials like Rooms to Go, Budlight, and Daisy Sour Cream. He was the male lead in the music video for female Dominican bachata singer, and Pit Bull's "Mr. 305" label artist Santayé in "Eras Tu".He made his first film debut in the Award winning Indie film "Out of My Hand" and has racked up a few Guest-Starring roles since then like "The Inspectors" on Cbs, Sleepy Hollow, and most recently Abc's hit television show, Modern Family. He currently plays the lead role of Victor on Tyler Perry's new hit show "Too Close to Home" on TLCOn working with GQ magazine: "It was an absolute pleasure to work with a fashion icon like Michael Kors."
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Writer
Birth Day June 21, 1859
Birth Place American
Age 160 YEARS OLD
Died On September 21, 1946(1946-09-21) (aged 87)\nJamestown, New York
Place of Burial Lake View Cemetery Jamestown, New York
Allegiance United States
Service/branch United States Army
Years of service 1880–1922
Rank Major General
Unit 81st Division
Battles/wars World War I
Awards Distinguished Service Medal Legion of Honor (France) Croix de guerre (France) Order of Leopold II (Belgium)

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He was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, the Order of Leopold (Belgium), the Croix de Guerre with palm, and was an officer of the Legion of Honor.

Biography/Timeline

1859

He was born in Tamaqua, Pennsylvania on June 21, 1859. He graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1880 and in the same year was commissioned a second lieutenant in the 1st Artillery Regiment.

1885

In 1885, Bailey married Mary M. Dodge. They were the parents of two daughters, Omira and Merry. Omira Bailey was the wife of Army Colonel Alexander Wheeler Chilton, and Merry was the wife of Army Colonel Charles Lewis Gandy.

1888

Bailey specialized in coastal artillery, and his earliest assignments included postings to: Fort Adams, Rhode Island; Fort Canby, Washington; the Presidio of San Francisco; Alcatraz Citadel, California; and Fort Mason. He was a student at the Fort Monroe, Virginia Artillery School in 1888, after which he was promoted to first lieutenant.

1890

In the 1890s, Bailey's assignments included: the staff of the 1st Artillery at Fort Hamilton, New York; the staff of the Artillery District of New Orleans at Jackson Barracks; and professor of Military Science at the University of Vermont. In 1898 he received the honorary degree of master of arts from UVM.

1902

After the war, Bailey serve at Sandy Hook Proving Ground until 1902. From 1902 to 1904 he was stationed at Fort Totten, New York and assigned to disburse funds on programs for acquiring and employing mines for defense U.S. harbors, as well as serving on a board that conducted experiments with using torpedoes for coastal defense. In 1905 he was promoted to major and assigned as commander of the Artillery District of New Orleans at Jackson Barracks. He subsequently served on the General Staff at the War Department and as Secretary of the Army War College. From 1908 to 1911, he was senior assistant to the Chief of Coast Artillery. He was promoted to colonel in 1911 and brigadier general in 1913.

1911

From 1911 to 1913, Bailey commanded the 1st Provisional Coast Artillery Regiment at Fort Crockett, Texas. In 1913 he was assigned to command the coast defenses of Puget Sound, Washington, after which he returned to Fort Totten as commander of the North Atlantic Coast Artillery District. From 1914 to 1917 he commanded the coastal defenses of Manila and Subic Bays in the Philippines.

1917

On August 5, 1917, Bailey was promoted to major general in the National Army and assigned to command the Philippine Department. In 1918 he was assigned as commander of the 81st Division, which he commanded in France from 1918 to 1919.

1919

In 1919, Bailey was selected to command the Middle Atlantic Coast Artillery District at Fort Totten, and returned to his permanent rank of brigadier general. He then commanded the 7th Division at Fort Meade, Maryland. He was again promoted to major general, and commanded the Third Corps area at Fort Howard, Maryland until retiring in 1922.

1923

Bailey's first wife died in 1923. In 1924, he married Elizabeth Hegeman Bailey.

1946

He suffered a hip fracture in a fall in July 1945 and never fully recovered. He died on September 21, 1946 at his home in Jamestown, New York. Bailey was buried at Lake View Cemetery in Jamestown.

2013

During the Spanish–American War, Bailey served at Fort San Jacinto, Texas as commander of Battery G, 1st Artillery Regiment, and then at Fort Preble, Maine, where he commanded a battery of the 7th Artillery Regiment. He was promoted to captain in 1899.