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Paul America (I) (1945–1982)

Paul Johnson, a strapping blonde young man from New Jersey, was reportedly discovered in mid-1965 by theatrical producer Lester Persky at the discotheque Ondine and brought to the attention of Andy Warhol at Warhol's "Factory" (work-living space). According to Warhol, "Paul was unbelievably good-looking - like a comic-strip drawing of Mr. America, ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 37) in Florida, USA

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Known For

Ciao Manhattan
(1972)
Superartist
Superartist Actor
(1967)
My Hustler
My Hustler Paul - the younger hustler
(1965)

Filmography

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 1972 Ciao Manhattan
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 1965 My Hustler
Paul - the younger hustler (uncredited)
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 1967 Superartist (Documentary short)
 1965 Screen Test: Paul America (Short)
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Personal Details

Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Andy [Warhol] was very secluded... Sometimes I would go up to him and suggest something that we could do, and he would listen very nicely and ask Gerard to give me his reply... He wouldn't talk with me directly. He looked down on me, I guess. Took me for a fool, which I guess is what a lot of people do. See more »

Trivia:

Died after being hit by a car while returning from a dental appointment on October 19, 1982 in Florida. See more »

Star Sign:

Virgo

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