Justin Kanew from "The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business" is one of the contestants in Season 18 of the CBS reality competition series. Justin from "The Amazing Race" is teamed up with Zev Glassenberg with whom he is friends. They previously competed in Season 15 when they were eliminated in the fourth week and placed ninth overall.

Justin is VP of Production and Development for National Lampoon and is from Los Angeles, California. He prides himself on his patience and his ability to problem solve. He admits the biggest difference between he and his partner is that Zev is not great in large groups of people—one of the characteristics of Asperger's Syndrome, which Zev has—while Justin is very easy-going and can assimilate himself into any group.

Justin and Zev

Zev and Justin's friendship started six years ago when they were working as camp counselors and the two have been very close ever since. They do not let Zev's Asperger's Syndrome affect their relationship. They share friends and interests, and the friendship is as mutually beneficial as any could be.

Outside of the occasional trip to Vegas (where Justin took Zev to lose his virginity), neither has traveled extensively, particularly with one another. Their relationship is spontaneous and unedited and resembles one of brothers more than friends.




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Age: ∼37 years old
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA


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