Anne-Marie Johnson Biography
Birthday: July 18, 1960 (Cancer)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Anne-Marie Johnson is an American actor and impressionist who is mostly known for her TV roles. The Los Angeles native has portrayed a variety of characters in different genres. Anne began her career with sitcoms and later worked in action, legal, crime, and police procedural series. Of all her TV credits, the one that stands out is 'In the Heat of The Night.' Apart from being an incredible actor, Anne is also a dedicated ‘Screen Actors Guild' (SAG) associate member. Through her 25-year-long association with the union, she has contributed a lot for the rights of African–American performers. As a member of ‘SAG’s 'Affirmative Action/Diversity Task Force,' she is known for her endeavors to bring in diversity in Hollywood. Anne was honored as the first national vice president of the union and was the first African–American actor to receive the 'SAG-AFTRA Ralph Morgan Award.' A former national chair of the 'Ethnic Employment Opportunity Committee,' Anne is known for her co-creating the 'African American Television Report,' detailing the condition of African–Americans in the media. Anne is also involved in various volunteer works and speaks against drugs and alcohol in many funded inner-city schools in Los Angeles. She also works toward raising funds for related awareness campaigns.