|Born||in England, UK|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Southampton, England, Neil Johnson emigrated to Australia at the age of five. At the age of 20, Neil became the youngest (paid) director in Australia. Though primarily a director, Johnson's lengthy career includes stints as producer and writer. Beginning his career as a camera assistant, Neil was obsessed with Science Fiction, and would spend his spare time making short films. His first 40 music videos were made for free before he started earning a living.
To date, Johnson has made over 500 music videos for bands like Manowar, U2 and Rhapsody of Fire. He has directed 15 feature films. His first film, Demons In My Head (1997) is reputed to be the world's first widescreen-anamorphic digital feature film. In 2012 A book was written about his early career that helped sparked the digital film-making explosion called "Diary of the Apocalypse". Since 1999 he has resided in the United States.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Roger Mills