| Johnny Strong|
Actor · johnnystrong.com
| Actor, Musician, Singer-Songwriter, Martial Artist|
Vocals, guitar, bass, drums, piano
1997-present (music career)
Alternative rock, Hard rock, Alternative metal
The Fast and the Furious, Sinners and Saints, Black Hawk Down, Get Carter
Chad Lindberg, Matt Schulze, Rick Yune, Alexandra Holden, Rob Cohen
Johnny Strong Wikipedia
Johnny Strong (born 1974) is an American actor, musician, stuntman and martial artist. He is best known for his roles in Black Hawk Down (as Medal of Honor recipient Randy Shughart) and The Fast and the Furious as Leon. Aside from acting, Strong is also the Lead vocalist and founder of the band Operator.
Strong was born in Los Angeles County, California. At 7 began studying martial arts, taking Judo in the San Fernando Valley. He went on to learn Kickboxing, Jeet Kune Do, Boxing, and eventually earned a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Chris Lisciandro. At 12, he began to play guitar and taught himself to play drums, bass, and piano.
He was signed to two major labels RCA and Atlantic Records. He has released six albums: Bombthreat: Before She Blows with his former band Fly, Lick My Neck Good Sleep, Can You Hear Me Now?, Soulcrusher, The War of Art, Close to Extinction and Warhorse.
Strong has had various roles in television, and landed a role in the Steven Seagal film The Glimmer Man. He then worked on Sylvester Stallone's Get Carter, The Fast and The Furious, and Black Hawk Down (film). Strong stars in Sinners & Saints, a New Orleans-based police thriller featuring Sean Patrick Flanery and Tom Berenger released in 2012.
2016 marked his return to the screen, starring in Daylight's End, an apocalyptic zombie thriller movie, with Lance Henriksen.