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Anne-Marie Johnson
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A Los Angeles native and UCLA graduate, Anne-Marie continues to have a very busy career on television and in major motion pictures. She is an experienced member of 2 labor unions, holding elected and appointed positions. Anne-Marie is also involved in local/ community politics.

Ms. Johnson starred in several successful television series, including, In The Heat of the Night, What’s Happening Now, In Living Color, Melrose Place etc... For five seasons she portrayed Congresswoman “Bobbie Latham” on CBS’s hit military drama JAG, followed with appearing as “Sharon Upton Farley” on the hit WB comedy Girlfriends. Ms. Johnson starred as “Donna Cabonna” on The Disney Channels hit television series,
That’s So Raven and had a recurring role on Tyler Perry’s TBS hit sitcom, House Of Payne. Anne-Marie recently guest starred on TNT’s Leverage and USA’s Fairly Legal.

She can currently be seen in the independent feature film, About Fifty. She has just completed work on two television comedy pilots, G.A.L’S and The Triple J Project. (for complete resume, go to www.IMDB.com)
Ms. Johnson’s feature credits include Hollywood Shuffle, Strictly Business, Imo Git U Sucka, Robotjox, True Identity, Down in the Delta, Pursuit of Happiness, Legacy Of A Hit Man, L.A. Riots Spectacular.

Anne-Marie is entering her 15th year as a Screen Actors Guild National Board Officer. For four years she served as Senior Advisor to the President and was elected as SAG’s National 1st Vice President for four terms, making her the first African American to hold that position in the Guild’s 80 year history.

Anne-Marie also holds a governing seat on the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council.

Blog Entries by Anne-Marie Johnson

When A Right Becomes Threatened

(3) Comments | Posted October 15, 2012 | 10:43 AM

As a woman of color, of a certain age, the threat of losing one's right to cast a vote is not some far off, distant memory in some far off foreign land. My life began at the time of the Civil Rights Voting Act. I grew up listening to the...

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