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As a child she competed as a gymnast, learning skills that would later be of great use to her in her breakthrough role as Kimberly Hart the Pink Ranger on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers She gave up competing when she was 17, and concentrated more on her acting interests, appearing in various community theatre projects. After her stint there she went back to the theatre as well as doing several television movies. Amy's own talents as a musician came into play in her role as Julie Emrick on Felicity After several more years of acting in Los Angeles Amy then moved her life to Toronto, Ontario and has become a Canadian citizen. Close Menu. Logo Imdb. Top titles.
Amy Jo Johnson
Amy Jo Johnson born October 6, is an American-Canadian actress, filmmaker, singer, songwriter, and director. Johnson has directed short films including Bent and Lines , along with two feature-length films, The Space Between and Tammy's Always Dying She has two siblings, a brother and a sister. Johnson moved to New York City at 18 to pursue an acting career. She later moved to Los Angeles to audition for her first part. Johnson's breakthrough role came less than a month after she moved to Los Angeles , when she was selected to portray Kimberly Hart , the Pink Ranger, in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers , the first installment of the Power Rangers franchise. In an appearance on I Love the '90s , Johnson jokingly stated that having been the Pink Power Ranger was something she would "never live down. She, alongside former co-star Jason David Frank , made a cameo appearance in the film Power Rangers , though not as Power Rangers.
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