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Amy Jo Johnson

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Amy Jo Johnson, actress,
Amy Jo Johnson pictured as Julianna 'Jules' Callaghan, her character on Flashpoint.
B: October 6, 1970 in Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Amy Jo Johnson is best known for her roles in front of the camera. She played Julie Emrick on 50 episodes of the critically acclaimed series, Felicity; appeared as Kimberly Hart/The Pink Ranger in 138 episodes of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, as well as all of the Power Rangers various film titles; and played Julianna ‘Jules’ Callaghan in 75 episodes of the shot-in-Toronto series Flashpoint. She began directing short films in 2013 and her second feature, Tammy’s Always Dying is scheduled for release in 2019. We list her credits as an actor first.


Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Ninja Quest (VR-1995)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Live (VR-1996)
Susie Q (TV-1996)
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997)
Killing Mr. Griffin (TV-1997)
Perfect Body (TV-1997)
Without Limits (1998)
Sweetwater (TV-1999)
Cold Hearts (1999)

Pursuit of Happiness (2001)
Liars Club (2001)
Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road (2002)
Infested (2002)
Hard Ground (TV-2003)
Adjusting Arbie (2005, short)
Magma: Volcanic Disaster (TV-2006)
Islander (2006)
Fatal Trust (TV-2006)
Veritas, Prince of Truth (2007)

Summer Song (2011)
Tiger Eyes (2012)
Bent (2013, short)
Coming Home for Christmas (TV-2013)
Lines (2014, short)
The Blunder (2014, short)
Power Rangers (2017)
The Space Between (2017)
Space & Time (2017)
Between Waves (2018)


TV Series – Cast:
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1999)
Felicity (1998-2002)

The Division (2004)
Flashpoint (2008-2012)
Covert Affairs (2014)
The Has Been (2019, mini-series)


TV Series – Guest appearances:
The Eddie Files (1995)
Campus Cops (1996)
Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1996)

Night Visions (2001)
ER (2001)
Spin City (2002)
Wildfire (2005, 2006, 2007) What About Brian (2006)

Cracked (2013)


Credits as a Director:
Bent (2013, short)
Lines (2014, short)
The Blunder (2014, short)

Shooting Blanks (2014, short)
The Space Between (2017)
Tammy’s Always Dying (2019)


TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
The Has Been (2019, mini-series)