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Anne-Marie Johnson

Anne-Marie Johnson, 2006
Born July 18, 1960 (1960-07-18) (age 49)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, Impressionist
Years active 1976–present
Spouse(s) Martin Grey (1996–present)

Anne-Marie Johnson (born July 18, 1960) is an American actress and impressionist who has starred in film and on television. She is perhaps best known for her role as high school educator Althea Tibbs on the NBC/CBS television drama In the Heat of the Night. Anne-Marie is the current First Vice-President of the Screen Actor's Guild. She ran for president of the actor's union in 2009 on the Membership First ticket, but lost to eventual winner Ken Howard.[1]

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Biography

Johnson was born in Los Angeles, California. Her first role was as Aileen Lewis in on the 1984 NBC comedy series Double Trouble. After the 1985 syndicated series What's Happening Now!! (as Raj's wife Nadine Hudson Thomas), she became well-known for portraying Althea Tibbs on the NBC/CBS television series In the Heat of the Night from 1988-1993.

While appearing on "In the Heat of the Night," she recorded the song "Little Drummer Boy" for the 1991 cast Christmas CD "Christmas Time's A Comin'." Providing vocals behind her were country gospel legends The Marksmen Quartet and Nashville drummer Monty Hall. The song was produced by co-stars Randall Franks and Alan Autry.

Career

She joined the cast of the Fox Network sketch comedy series In Living Color in its last season (1993-1994); afterwards she portrayed Alycia Barnett in one season of the Fox series Melrose Place (1995-1996). She had a recurring role on the CBS television series JAG as Representative Bobbi Latham.

She has made guest appearances on other television series, from Solo One, Diff'rent Strokes, Hill Street Blues, Babylon 5, Living Single, That's So Raven, Girlfriends, Rock Me Baby and "I'm in the Band". Most recent parts include playing fashion designer Donna Cabonna on That's So Raven and TV reporter Janet King on "I'm in the Band".

She appeared on the game show Card Sharks, where her name was listed as "Anne Johnson". She later appeared on the game show Child's Play under her full name. Johnson was elected First National Vice President of the Screen Actors Guild in 2005.

Johnson has been married to Martin Grey since 1996.

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Filmography

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