Born in Edina, Minnesota April 29, 1986. Raised in a family of magicians (his father and uncle were practicing magicians), he started doing magic at an early age with his siblings. Justin has two brothers and a sister. Justin was homeschooled.
In 2005 Justin skipped college and instead took his show to The Branson Mall Music Theatre in Branson, Missouri where he was the youngest headliner on the strip. He built above the Majestic Steak House, The Imaginary Theatre and Magic Parlor, which opened July 1, 2006 In 2011, wanting to make more magic videos online, he began working on new tricks.
Justin’s Magic Block Party, filmed in Eden Prairie summer of 2012, caught the eye of Ellen Degeneres and she put him on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He then became a regular guest on her show. Flom was named Best Up and Coming Entertainer of the Year by Las Vegas Weekly.
In 2014, James Galea formed the Band of Magicians with Justin Flom, Justin Willman, and Nate Staniforth.
In 2014, Syfy Television network filmed a new show, Wizard Wars, starring Justin Flom along with Penn and Teller and several other magicians competing to create magic out of ordinary objects on the spot. Justin is also an associate producer of Wizard Wars and the show is based on an idea of Rick Lax's from Justin's YouTube channel. Justin is lead Wizard on the series. Over a million people watched the Wizard Wars series premiere. The episode highlighted Canadian illusionists Chris Funk and Ekaterina, who ended up losing the "Wizard War" to Justin.
Justin played a part in a WWE storyline on Smackdown showing magic to the superstars backstage and smashing an egg on the face of The Miz, further adding to the rift between him and Mizdow (also known as Damien Sandow). Justin was on promoting the new season of Wizard Wars which followed that January 29, 2015 episode of Smackdown.
In 2015, Justin opened for country music group Florida Georgia Line on their arena tour.
Most of Flom's time is spent making YouTube and Snapchat videos while performing live magic around the United States. His wife, Jocelynn Flom, films all the videos while Justin personally edits the footage. Justin has over 100,000 YouTube subscribers and BuzzFeed placed him in the top 10 Snapchatters to follow.
Justin married Jocelynn Sharp in 2009. The couple then moved to Las Vegas to partner with top magic creators. He is rarely without a hot coffee and his favorite restaurants in the country (Lions Tap and Original Pancake House) are in his hometown of Eden Prairie. Justin and Jocelynn have recently announced their pregnancy after 7 years of marriage.