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Robert A. Johnson (II)

Robert A. Johnson is an actor and producer, known for According to Jim (2001), A Light Beneath Their Feet (2015) and Play the Game (2009). See full bio »

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According to Jim
According to Jim Doctor #2
Play the Game
Play the Game Referee
24 Resident #1


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Hide Hide Show Show Actor (18 credits)
 2017 The Archer
 2014 Someone Marry Barry
Mr. Anderson (uncredited)
 2011 From the Head
Customer C
 2011 L.A. Noire (Video Game)
Ambulance Officer Remy (voice)
 2011 Losing Control
 2009 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
- The Lost Girls (2009) ... Conventioneer
 2009 24 (TV Series)
Resident #1
- Day 7: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. (2009) ... Resident #1 (as Robert Johnson)
 2009 Play the Game
 2008 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Confederate Soldier
- Cloudy with a Chance of Gettysburg (2008) ... Confederate Soldier
 2008 The Mentalist (TV Series)
- Red Hair and Silver Tape (2008) ... Deputy
 2008 Eli Stone (TV Series)
Jury Foreperson
- Praying for Time (2008) ... Jury Foreperson
 2007/I 5 (Short)
 2007 Dance to the Offbeat (Short)
Sir George
 2007 According to Jim (TV Series)
Doctor #2
- Deliverance (2007) ... Doctor #2
 2006 Secret Agent (Short)
Groom (as Robert Johnson)
 2006 Transgressions (Short)
Carl Phillips (as Robert Johnson)
 2005 Barely Buzzed (Short)
Mike Flynn (as Robert Johnson)
 2003 Dance by Design
Drag Show MC (as Robert Johnson)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)
 2015 A Light Beneath Their Feet (producer)
 2011 Losing Control (producer)

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