Johanna Braddy Biography

Johanna Braddy is an American actress known for her role in the movie ‘The Grudge 3’. Check out this biography to know about her birthday, childhood, family life, achievements, and fun facts about her.

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Birthday: August 30, 1987

Nationality: American

Famous: Actresses American Women

Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Virgo

Also Known As: Johanna Elizabeth Braddy

Born in: Atlanta, Georgia

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Females


Spouse/Ex-: Freddie Stroma (m. 2016), Josh Blaylock (m. 2012–2014)

father: Steven, Steven "Steve" Braddy

mother: Jo Beth

siblings: Cole Braddy

City: Atlanta, Georgia

U.S. State: Georgia

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education: McIntosh High School

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Johanna Braddy is an American actress who is known for her lead roles in the horror movie ‘The Grudge 3’ as well as in the hit web drama series ‘Video Game High School’. She is also known for starring in the drama series ‘Unreal’ and ‘Quantico’. The daughter of an engineer and a preschool music teacher, Braddy grew up alongside her younger brother. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, she initially wished to pursue a career in opera. Enrolled in dance classes at the young age of three, Braddy made her theatrical debut in a production of ‘Annie’ when she was eight. Following her graduation, she worked with the performing arts company ‘The Atlanta Workshop Players’ and eventually landed roles in films and the small screen. In 2012, she married her ‘Video Game High School’ co-star Josh Blaylock. After divorcing him, she married actor Freddie Stroma in 2016. In her free time, she likes to exercise and travel.

  • Johanna Braddy made her television debut in 2004 with an appearance in the TV movie ‘Pop Rocks’. From 2005 to 2007, she voiced the character of Princess Yue in Nickelodeon’s animated series ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’. During this time, she also had a recurring role in ‘The Riches’ and featured in the films ‘Broken Bridges’ and ‘Home of the Giants’.
  • In 2008, the actress starred as Margot in the drama film ‘Whore’. From 2009 to 2010, she featured in the crime drama series ‘Southland’. During this time, she also appeared alongside Melora Walters, Sofia Vassilieva, William Mapother and Jackson Rathbone in the dramatic horror-thriller flick ‘Hurt’ and had guest roles in ‘Detroit 1-8-7’ and ‘CSI: Miami’. Following guest appearances in the TV programs ‘Leverage’, ‘Friends with Benefits’ and ‘Criminal Minds’, Braddy did the horror films ‘The Levenger Tapes’ and ‘Paranormal Activity 3’, both of which were released in 2011. A year later, she was cast in the main role of Jenny Matrix in the RocketJump Studios' action comedy web series ‘Video Game High School’.
  • Also in 2012, Braddy played Missy Solomon in the horror movie ‘The Collection’, a sequel to the 2009 flick, ‘The Collector.’ This was followed by her recurring role in the sports drama series ‘Hit the Floor’. In 2015, she joined the cast of the thriller series ‘Quantico’ as Shelby Wyatt, a role she played until 2018. The actress starred as Anna Martin in ‘Unreal’ (2015), a series about a young reality TV producer pushed by her unprincipled boss to do anything it takes to create interesting show content.
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Family & Personal Life
  • Johanna Braddy was born on August 30, 1987, in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA, to Jo Beth, a preschool music teacher, and Steven Braddy, an engineer. She has one younger brother named Cole. She studied at McIntosh High School and graduated in 2005.
  • From 2012 to 2015, the actress was married to actor Josh Blaylock. Following her separation from him, she started dating actor Freddie Stroma. The couple got engaged in May 2016 and married on December 30, 2016.

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