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Geer was born and grew up in "small town-friendly" Forest City, North Carolina. As a young boy, he began playing the piano, performing since the age of 5. At East Rutherford High School, his attentions turned to theatre and filming, which helped his decision to attend the University of North Carolina at Wilmington to study theatre. Geer began acting in plays including: Robin Hood (by Don Nigro), The Servant of Two Masters (by Tom Stoppard), and was in The Other Side improv comedy troupe. He also performed voice overs in several films including Remember My Love, Lum The Forever, and The Final Chapter.
Justin moved to Atlanta, Georgia where he was selected as the lead in the 2005 horror film Motor Home Massacre. Justin began working with the Lillie B. Ross Society on a 30-minute television comedy entitled Driftwood, which uses interpolated rotoscoping, as used in A Scanner Darkly. In 2006, he appeared in Song for Robbie Miller, which won Best Short at the 2006 Southern Fried Flicks film festival. His most current projects include the CW's "The Vampire Diaries" and the Hallmark movie "The Lost Valentine" to be released in 2011 February.
In 2010, Justin released a diverse CD I Made This Album with my Computer displaying his music prowess. The cd compiles nine songs including the hits Kuntree Klubbin', I Made This Song with My Computer, and Scientology.
Justin, who plays the piano and sings, began scoring films when he moved to Atlanta, Georgia.
- 2010 The Lost Valentine
- 2010 The Vampire Diaries - Episode 205 Kill or Be Killed
- 2010 Three of a Kind
- 2010 Sales Day
- 2009 Grilling Bobby Hicks
- 2008 Understanding the Blues
- 2007 Badland
- 2007 Buring Daniel
- 2007 Art of Suicide
- 2006 AT3: Air to the Throne
- 2006 Song for Robbie Miller
- 2005 Motor Home Massacre
- 2005 Strike the Tent