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A.J. Johnson
Born September 3, 1963 (1963-09-03) (age 46)
Orange Newark, New Jersey USA
Occupation Actress, Dancer
Years active 1988–2004

Adrienne-Joi Johnson (born September 3, 1963), sometimes credited as A.J. Johnson, is an American actress and dancer. She has made many guest appearances on sitcoms, TV dramas and music videos; she also has numerous supporting roles in many movies. She has been acting since 1988. Johnson has a wide range of roles, from a teenager in House Party, to the mother of a twenty-something in Baby Boy.



She has appeared in A Different World, In the Heat of the Night, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Amen, the short-lived Sirens, Chicago Hope, The Jamie Foxx Show, and Touched By An Angel. She has also appeared in TV movies such as A Mother's Courage: the Mary Thomas Story (1989), Clippers (1991), Murder Without Motive: The Edmund Perry Story (1992), Love, Lies & Lullabies (1993), and The Beast (1996).

Johnson has appeared in theatrical releases and independent films such as School Daze (1988), House Party (1990), Double Trouble (1992), Sister Act (1992), The Inkwell (1994), High Freakquency (1998), Two Shades of Blue (2000), Tara (2001), Baby Boy (2001), and Skin Deep (2003).

Personal Life

In addition to being an actress and dancer, Johnson is also a wellness coach to celebrities and was the host of the VH1 reality fitness competition From Flab to Fab and has made numerous fitness/healthy living television and magazine appearances. Johnson has been the spokesperson for American Cancer Society, weight loss products and has made appearances for Proctor & Gamble, GSK Pharmeceuticals and Wal Mart.


Johnson was an honors graduate of Spelman College, the all-female college in Atlanta,Georgia affiliated with the all-male Morehouse College. She was a former Miss Morehouse, a fitness trainer and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., initiated at Spelman College.


Television Work

Awards and Nominations

 *2002,Theatrical- Best Supporting actress in a Motion Picture: Baby Boy (Nominated)
  *1991,Best Supporting Female in the comedy-drama film: House Party (Nominated)
  • Awards and nominations
  *1990, Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture: A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story (Winner)

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