Dan J. Johnson is an actor. He is best known for the films Safer at Home (2021), Big Fork (2020), P-Valley (2020), and Chicago Fire (2012). Dan J. Johnson has appeared in several TV series such as Ghost Whisperer, Underemployed, Chicago Fire, Switched at Birth, My Life Worked Out, Criminal Minds, American Housewife #SOsingle, Easy, and P-Valley. Movies like Factory of Lies (short film), Farah Goes Bang, Plasma (short film), Salem Rogers (TV film), Crazy Baby (short film), “Escape Room” and “Cool (short film)” “,” Lay to Rest (short film)”, “Big Fork” and “Safer at Home”.
|Real name||Dan J Johnson|
|Profession||Safer at Home (2021),
Big Fork (2020),
Chicago Fire (2012)
Facts About Dan J Johnson
Danielle Johnson, also known as Dan J. Johnson, is a rising Hollywood star. He made his screen debut in the 1992 drama thriller Dead Boyz Can’t Fly. But he rose to fame after appearing in 2012 in the MTV comedy-drama TV series Underemployed as Paul. Johnson is very ambitious and hard-working, preferring to keep his personal life on the low side.
Dan J. was born. Johnson under the name Daniel Johnson in the USA. He made his big screen debut in 1992 in Cecil Howard’s dramatic thriller Dead Boyz Can’t as a kid.
He then took a 20-year hiatus and returned in 2012 in the popular MTV comedy-drama TV series Underemployed starring Diego Bonita, Jared Kusnitz, Inbar Lavie, and Michelle Ang. The series revolves around five new graduates who make friends in college.
Dan J. Johnson is single and maybe single now. Unlike other celebrities, Johnson prefers a low-key personal life, which may be the reason why he doesn’t talk about his private life to the media. He is in the rising stage of his career which is why he is focusing on building his career more than anything else.
Johnson began his acting career in 2012 and has appeared in a number of films and television series. He earned between $35,000 and $65,000 per episode of his appearance on the television series. Considering his career growth, his net worth is at least six figures. In 2012, he appeared in the critically acclaimed Factory of Lies and IMDb rated the film with 9 out of 10 stars.