Richest CelebritiesActors
Net Worth:
$600 Thousand
Date of Birth:
Oct 6, 1970 (53 years old)
Place of Birth:
5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)
Songwriter, Singer, Gymnast, Musician, Actor
United States of America
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What is Amy Jo Johnson's Net Worth?

Amy Jo Johnson is an American actress, singer/songwriter, and gymnast who has a net worth of $600 thousand. Amy Jo Johnson was originally focused on a career as an Olympic gymnast. However, she was forced to retire after a severe injury. She then shifted her focus to acting and went on to attend the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After relocating to Los Angeles to focus on her acting career full-time, she was almost immediately cast as Kimberly Ann Hart, the Pink Power Ranger on "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers". The role made her an international star overnight. From there, she went on to play guest-starring and co-starring roles in such projects as, "Susie Q", "Saved by the Bell: The New Class", "Killing Mr. Griffin", "Without Limits", "Perfect Body", "Felicity", "Spin City", "Wildfire", and "Flashpoint".  Her film acting credits include "Interstate 60," "Islander," "Tiger Eyes," and "The Space Between," the lattermost of which she also wrote and directed. Johnson also directed the 2019 black comedy film "Tammy's Always Dying." She has also performed on multiple soundtrack albums, and released three albums and an EP.

Early Life and Education

Amy Jo Johnson was born on October 6, 1970 in Hyannis, Massachusetts to clothing store manager Christine and car salesman Greig. She has a brother and a sister. Johnson grew up in Dennis, Massachusetts, and went to Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School. She participated in gymnastics as a youth. At the age of 18, Johnson moved to New York City to become an actress. There, she attended the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Less than a month after moving to Los Angeles in the early 90s, Johnson landed her breakthrough role: Kimberly Hart, the Pink Ranger, on the superhero television series "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers." She played the character for the show's first three seasons from 1993 to 1995, and then reprised the role in "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie" and "Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie." However, despite the series launching her to fame, Johnson struggled with earning meager pay and no royalties. Moreover, she experienced multiple incidents of physical danger due to the non-union status of the franchise's productions, including times when she was almost set on fire and electrocuted. After leaving "Power Rangers" in 1995, Johnson was replaced as the Pink Ranger by Australian actress Catherine Sutherland.

Amy Jo Johnson

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Further Television Career

Johnson followed her time on "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" with a prolific career on television. In the latter half of the 90s, she starred in the made-for-TV movies "Susie Q," "Killing Mr. Griffin," and "Perfect Body," and began playing the main role of Julie Emrick on the drama series "Felicity." Johnson played that role for the first three seasons of the show, and later returned in the fourth and final season as a guest star. In the early 00s, she made guest appearances on "ER" and "Spin City" and starred in the Western television film "Hard Ground." Johnson had her next main role on a series in 2004, playing Stacy Reynolds in the fourth and final season of the Lifetime police procedural "The Division."

From 2005 to 2007, Johnson played the recurring role of Tina Sharp on the ABC Family series "Wildfire." During that period of time, she starred in the television film "Magma: Volcanic Disaster" and appeared in some episodes of the series "What About Brian." Next, in 2008, Johnson began starring as Constable Jules Callaghan on the Canadian crime drama series "Flashpoint." The show ran for five seasons through 2012. Among her other notable credits, Johnson played the recurring part of Hayley Price in the fifth and final season of the action series "Covert Affairs" in 2014. Later, in 2022, she stepped behind the camera to direct an episode of "Superman & Lois."

Film Career

After appearing in the first two "Power Rangers" movies, Johnson had a small role in the 1998 biographical sports drama "Without Limits." She had a bigger part the next year in the horror thriller "Cold Hearts." In 2002, Johnson appeared in the road film "Interstate 60." She next had a starring role in the 2006 drama "Islander," and the year after that voiced a character in the animated fantasy film "Veritas, Prince of Truth." Johnson went on to star alongside Willa Holland and Tatanka Means in the 2012 film "Tiger Eyes," based on the YA novel by Judy Blume.

Johnson branched out into screenwriting and directing in 2013 with her short film "Bent." She wrote and directed another short film in 2014 entitled "Lines." Both received acclaim. In 2017, Johnson wrote and directed her first feature film, "The Space Between," in which she also starred. Following that, she directed the black comedy "Tammy's Always Dying," starring Felicity Huffman and Anastasia Phillips. The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019.

Music Career

As a singer-songwriter, Johnson released her first studio album, "The Trans-American Treatment," in 2001. Her other albums include "Imperfect" and "Never Broken." Johnson's music has also been featured on television and film, including in episodes of her shows "Felicity," "The Division," and "Flashpoint" and in her films "Bent," "Lines," and "The Space Between."

Personal Life

In 2009, Johnson married Olivier Giner, with whom she had a daughter in 2008. The couple eventually divorced in 2017. A dual citizen of Canada and the United States since 2015, Johnson lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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