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Johnny Flynn (VII)

Johnny Flynn was born as John David Flynn. He is an actor and producer, known for Shelfie (2016), Monster Smash (2013) and No Escape (2013). See full bio »

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Shelfie Producer
Monster Smash
Monster Smash Producer
No Escape
No Escape Producer


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 2017 Lemon Eyes (Short)
 2016 Elder Island
Robert Looks
 2015 #Enough
 2015 A Lab Rat Tale (Short)
the Undertaker
 2014 Beyond the Koi Pond (Short)
Joseph Smith
 2013 Candyman: A Bittertreat Symphony (Short)
John Flush
 2013 I, Zombie (Short)
Zombie Killer (voice)
 2011 13th Sign
 2011 Real Steel
ESPN Commentator (uncredited)
 2011 Answer This!
Frat Guy (uncredited)
 2011 Salvation Boulevard
Church Member (uncredited)
 2011 Cedar Rapids
Bartender (uncredited)
 2010 Don't Drink and Teach (Short)
Slater Cunningham
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Johnny D. Flynn


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