Ryan Johnson (actor)
Ryan Johnson (born 1979) is an Australian actor who has appeared in numerous television series and films.
Johnson is a native of Brisbane. He attended Somerset College in Gold Coast, Queensland, and graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 1999. His most recent film role was in the 'womantic comedy' Jucy (2010). In October 2011 it was announced he had joined the cast of US drama Fairly Legal for its second season.
- Brock, as Tim 'Plastic' Pemberton
- Head Start
- Dossa and Joe
- The Secret Life of Us
- All Saints
- Out of the Blue, as Ian "Stavva" Jones
- Sea Patrol, as "Darryl"
- Home and Away, as Paulie Rosetta
- Slide, as Rob
- Dance Academy
- Fairly Legal as Ben Grogan
- Mr & Mrs Murder as Michael Gorman
- Love Child as Phillip Paige
- House Husbands as Will
- The Wannabes (2003)
- Thunderstruck (2003)
- Ghost Rider (2007)
- All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane (2007) as Tyson
- Monkey Puzzle (2008)
- Jucy (2010) as Alex
- The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney, 2000.
- Men, by Brendan Cowell, Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh, 2004.[dead link]
- Ninja, by Tamara Asmar, the Old Fitzroy Theatre, Sydney (as a director), 2005.
- Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train, Belvoir St Downstairs, Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney, 2007.
- The Lonesome West, Belvoir St Downstairs, Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney, 2009.
Johnson is married to writer Tamara Asmar.
- Lisa Yallamas (6 March 2008). "Brissie bloke Ryan Johnson works his tail off". The Courier-Mail.
- Nellie Andreeva (28 October 2011). "Ryan Johnson Joins USA Drama 'Fairly Legal' As New Regular". Deadline Hollywood.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20121002230844/http://members.optusnet.com.au/~frankmckone/2000-08-17leenane.htm. Archived from the original on 2 October 2012. Missing or empty
- http://www.thestage.co.uk/news/newsstory.php/3538/men. Missing or empty
- Brendan Doyle (19 January 2005). "Two small boys, one big dream". Green Left Weekly.
- Bryce Hallett (20 September 2007). "Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train". Sydney Morning Herald.
- Jason Blake (24 August 2009). "The Lonesome West". Sydney Morning Herald.
- Luaine Lee (15 March 2012). "Ryan Johnson is the new sidekick on 'Fairly Legal'".