Lynn Holly Johnson


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Lynn Holly Johnson

How Old Is Lynn Holly Johnson? Lynn Holly Johnson Birthday

Lynn Holly Johnson was born on December 13, 1958 and is 63 years old now.

Birthday: December 13, 1958
How Old - Age: 63

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Lynn Holly Johnson does not have the coronavirus. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Lynn Holly Johnson having the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Is Lynn Holly Johnson's father, Alan Johnson, dead or alive?

Lynn Holly Johnson's father, Alan Johnson, is still alive and kicking.

Is Lynn Holly Johnson's mother, Margaret Johnson, dead or alive?

Lynn Holly Johnson's mother, Margaret Johnson, died on December 11, 1985 as she was 76 years old.

Lynn Holly Johnson's sister :

  • Kimberle Johnson

Lynn Holly Johnson's brother :

  • Lynn Holly Johnson's brother, Greg Johnson, is still alive and kicking.

Lynn Holly Johnson - Biography

Lynn-Holly Johnson was born on December 13, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She is an actress and director, known for For Your Eyes Only (1981), The Watcher in the Woods (1980) and Ice Castles (1978). She has been married to Kelly James Givens since November 12, 1994. They have two children.
Johnson won the silver medal at the novice level of the 1974 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. She gave up competitive skating in 1977 to turn professional and join the Ice Capades, and subsequently began an acting career, making her film debut in Ice Castles, in which she portrayed Alexis "Lexie" Winston, a figure skater who is blinded by a blood clot in her brain. The film, a romantic drama co-starring Robby Benson, was a minor success in December 1978, grossing $18 million in the US. Johnson, who was described as "an appealing young woman who actually happens to be a good skater who can act" by film critic Roger Ebert, was nominated for a Golden Globe as "New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Female" for her performance in the film.

In 1996, Johnson quit acting to concentrate on her family; her last acting role at that time was a made-for-television film, Fugitive X: Innocent Target. In 2007, she returned to acting in a community theater production of It's a Wonderful Life.
In January 2010, she suffered a stroke brought on by a patent foramen ovale, a heart condition, and subsequently underwent heart surgery.