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Bart Johnson and his wife Robyn Lively in 2011
|Born||Barton Robert Johnson
December 13, 1970
Hollywood, California, U.S.
|Years active||1993 – present|
|Spouse(s)||Robyn Lively (m. 1999)|
Barton Robert "Bart" Johnson (born December 13, 1970), is an American actor, best known for his role as Coach Jack Bolton in the High School Musical film series.
Johnson was born in Hollywood, California, the eldest of three sons, The "Johnson Brothers", actors Adam Johnson and Brad Johnson. He has 4 sisters as well. His mother is the television hairstylist Charlene Johnson and he spent much of his early childhood on television sets. He is married to actress Robyn Lively, sister of Gossip Girl star Blake Lively. They have three children: Kate, Baylen and son Wyatt Blake. Johnson is also the brother-in-law of actors Eric Lively, Jason Lively, and Lori Lively. in 1999 he received a pilot's license, Johnson is Owner of the Johnson Mill Bed & Breakfast in Midway Utah, Just outside of Park City. A 12 room luxury B&B with a lake, 35 foot waterfall, acres of gardens and Blue Ribbon Fly Fishing. He is a surfing enthusiast and loves playing a variety of sports.
Bart is currently recurring on the TV series "The Client List" for Lifetime as well as "Gortimer Gibbons, Life On Normal Street" for Amazon, along side his wife Robyn Lively who stars on the show. He is also currently starring to 2 Hallmark films this year: "The Christmas Spirit" and "Perfect on Paper".
In the High School Musical films, Johnson plays the coach of the East High basketball team, who is also the father of its star player Troy Bolton (played by Zac Efron).
Johnson helmed "THE RUN" as write/director, an adventure comed short film shot on location in Baja Mexico. The trailer can be seen at: www.good-brothers.com
Bart also filmed a documentary with his two brothers, hitchhiking from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The show is called "6 Bucks and a Bottle of Water", produced by Robert Moore.
Johnson owns a high-end bed and breakfast, the Johnson Mill, in Midway, Utah, 7 miles from Deer Valley resort in Park City. This was named by Redbook Magazine one of the four most romantic in the country.
There are rumors that Bart has plans to convert his Bed and Breakfast into a high end substance abuse rehabilitation center.
|1993||Crossroads||Frosty||Television series (Episode "The Last Roundup")|
|1994||Saved by the Bell: The New Class||Clint||Television series (Episode "Back at the Ranch")|
|1995||Diagnosis: Murder||Officer Black||Television series (Episode "A Blast from the Past")|
|My Family||Young Officer|
|Thunder Alley||Buzzard Boy||Television series (Episode "Buzz Off, Buzzard Boy")|
|Sunset Beach||Man||Television series|
|Clueless||Shnerv Mchnick||Television series (Episode "I'm in with the Out Crowd")|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||Wyatt McLain||Television series (Episode "The Fighting McLains")|
|JAG||Lt. Johnson||Television series (Episode "Impact")|
|1998||Babylon 5||Ranger||Television series (Episode "The Paragon of Animals")|
|1998–1999||Hyperion Bay||Nelson Tucker||Television series (Main Character)|
|2003||Tremors||Jared Mack||Television series (Episode "Water Hazard")|
|2004||CSI: Miami||Matt Bolton||Television series (Episode "Blood Moon")|
|JAG||Army Specialist Ray Scanlon||Television series (Episode "Camp Delta")|
|Strong Medicine||Jake Matousak||Television series (Episode "Foreign Bodies")|
|2006||High School Musical||Coach Jack Bolton||Television movie|
|Eve||Anthony||Television series (Episode "Diva Day Care")|
|Taking Five||Mark Thompson|
|Daddy Day Camp||Phil Jacobs|
|High School Musical 2||Coach Jack Bolton||Television movie|
|Las Vegas||Barry Bertowski||Television series (Episode "Head Games")|
|High School Musical 3: Senior Year||Coach Jack Bolton|
|2009||The Harsh Life of Veronica Lambert||Terry|
|Evil Angel||Jeff Morgan|
|The Cell 2||Skylar|
|Locker 13||Eugene MacClemore||Completed|
|The Yankles||Sledge Dixon||Post-production|
|2010||Monster Mutt||Jeff Taylor||Completed|
|The Run||In Development|
6 Bucks and a Bottle of Water – Post-production