What Is Eric Johnson Worth?
Eric Johnson's Net Worth is $75 million
Johnson played the more youthful variant of Brad Pitt’s character in Legends of the Fall. In Canada, Johnson was the lead in an honor winning film titled Scorn. He got his breakout the following year in 2001 as football athlete and Clark Kent equal Whitney Fordman in Smallville.
Johnson assumed the lead part in another Flash Gordon TV arrangement that appeared on Sci Fi in August 2007. The show was wiped out after one season, in April 2008.
On November 27, 2010, he featured as Jake Finley in the Hallmark film, Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Supernatural occurrence. He depicts Luke Callahan on the Canadian police show Rookie Blue and prisoner Cal Sweeney, a bank burglar, on the Fox arrangement Alcatraz.
In 2012, Johnson was given a role as the voice performing artist and physical performer of Sam Fisher in Splinter Cell: Blacklist, supplanting Michael Ironside, who voiced the character in past portions.
In 2013, Johnson was thrown in Cinemax’s unique therapeutic dramatization The Knick as a supremacist, yet gifted, a youthful surgeon who is Clive Owen’s protege; the arrangement was coordinated by Steven Soderbergh.
In 2017, Johnson played Jack Hyde in the dramatization continuation Fifty Shades Darker and will repeat the part in Fifty Shades Freed.
Eric Johnson Biography
Eric Johann Johnson conceived August 7, 1979, Edmonton, Alberta. He is a Canadian on-screen character known for playing Flash Gordon on the eponymous 2007-2008 TV arrangement, Whitney Fordman on the in like manner sci-fi TV arrangement Smallville, and for depicting Detective Luke Callaghan on the police show Rookie Blue.
Johnson started his vocation acting at age nine when his folks enlisted him in Stage Polaris, a performance center organization in Edmonton.
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