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Trish Johnson grew up in the Watts section of Los Angeles in very humble surroundings. Although Trish began studying acting and performing on stage at a very young age, her mom stressed the importance of education. Trish began her acting career with a co-starring role in the "ABC Afterschool Special: The Brad Silverman Story," which was nominated for an Emmy Award and won a Humanitas Award. Trish had the honor of working with Shelley Berman and Marion Ross. Trish has trained in Oxford, England with the British American Drama Academy/Yale School of Drama. In Los Angeles, Trish has performed in many equity waiver plays, including the lead role in the NAACP nominated play "Passing" (about a black woman passing for white in 1920's Harlem Renaissance) and being directed by film director Bruce Malmuth in his original play "Thanksgiving Cries" (playing female lead girlfriend opposite Malmuth's real life son) at the Odyssey Theatre in West Los Angeles. Trish was directed by film director Spike Lee in a national Nike commercial featuring NBA basketball player Tim Hardaway. Trish has been selected for the final callback for major supporting roles in many feature films including "The Mighty Quinn" (Denzel Washington), "Harlem Nights" (reading with Eddie Murphy), and "The Devil's Advocate" (reading for director Taylor Hackford). Trish has also lived in New York where she auditioned for film, TV, and theater, and studied acting with Wynn Handman. While in New York, she played the role of Hippolyta in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Sanford Meisner Theatre. Trish is the author of an original screenplay which is a romantic, suspenseful story of justice and revenge set in New Orleans. Trish is a graduate of UCLA and UCLA School of Law.