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Jason Scott Johnson


Jason Scott Johnson is an actor and writer, known for Magma: Earth's Molten Core (2005), Reptilicant (2006) and Shrapnel. See full bio »
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Known For

Magma: Earth's Molten Core
(2005)
Reptilicant
(2006)
Shrapnel
Shrapnel Flash
Setup to Fail
Setup to Fail Detective Alexander
(2016)

Filmography

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 2016 Setup to Fail (Short)
Detective Alexander
 2016 Unassailable Evidence (Short)
Jason
 2006 Reptilicant
Spry (as Jason Johnson)
 2005 Magma: Earth's Molten Core (Video)
Ryan Kristoff
 2004 Passions (TV Series)
Assasin
- Episode #1.1259 (2004) ... Assasin
- Episode #1.1258 (2004) ... Assasin
- Episode #1.1253 (2004) ... Assasin
- Episode #1.1247 (2004) ... Assasin
 2002-2003 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Police Officer / FBI Agent
- Episode #1.9708 (2003) ... Police Officer
- Episode #1.9707 (2003) ... Police Officer
- Episode #1.9706 (2003) ... Police Officer
- Episode #1.9443 (2002) ... FBI Agent
 2002 Covert Action (TV Series)
CIA Operator
- Operation Sea Scuttle (2002) ... CIA Operator
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Jason Scott Johnson was a model for D.C. Comics, playing Death Stroke in the August 2010 edition "The Brightest Day" in the Titans comic book. The artist was Michael Mayhew. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Jason Johnson

Height:

6' (1.83 m)

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