BRAD Johnson Wiki
BRAD Johnson Biography
Who was BRAD Johnson ?
BRAD Johnson has died at the age of 62 as the well-known actor passed away following complications from Covid.
The star was best known for his role in Melrose Place, as well as his work on the big screen, including with legendary director Steven Spielberg.
Brad Johnson passed away at the age of 62.
He was known for his work on the big and small screen, including a role in a Steven Spielberg film.
Brad’s representative, Linda McAlister, shared with The Hollywood Reporter that he passed away due to Covid in Fort Worth, Texas.
“He was a true Renaissance man. He was not only interested in all that life had to offer, but he was also gifted,” says an obituary written by his family.
“Although he was kidnapped too soon, he lived life to the fullest.”
He concluded: “…he was larger than life. Brad was loved by many and loved by people, a genuine friend, a trusted colleague and a dedicated husband and father, he will never be forgotten, and the legacy of he will continue.”
He had an impressive resume that saw him star alongside famous faces, most notably with Holly Hunter and Richard Dreyfuss in the 1989 fantasy drama Always, directed by the minds behind such classics as Jaws and E.T. The alien.
The film is a remake of A Guy Named Joe from 1943.
However, Brad was in many other roles, as in 1991 he was in Flight of the Intruder for director John Milius.
Two years later, he played the title character in the 1993 miniseries Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times, and in 1995 he reprized the role in Lone Justice 2 and then Lone Justice: Showdown at Plum Creek in 1996.
Before making his mark on television and film, Brad joined a professional rodeo circuit in 1984, where he was noticed by a casting director and was looking for cowboys for a beer commercial.
This led to Brad’s work as the Marlboro Man for the cigarette brand in various commercials and advertisements.
He also appeared in numerous Calvin Klein advertisements.
The star is survived by his wife of 35 years, Laurie, as well as his children, Shane, Bellamy, Rachel, Eliana, Eden, Rebekah, Annabeth and William.