Johnson took his first steps in show business while working as an extra
stunt man with his father Eddie Johnson. Being in the background as a
stunt man, thrilled A.J. However, there were better things awaiting
this quick-witted young man. One evening during the fall of 1989, A.J.
had the good fortune to use his wit on a geat comedian he really
respected Robin Harris, who told him he should get on the stage and try
out comedy. Once A.J. got his nerves up to perform, he has kept his
audiences laughing ever since. this young talented kid out of Compton
has caught the eye of the industry people. Dr. Dre immediately utilized
A.J. in his smash hit video "Dre Day" as Sleazy E. A.J. started his
road to fame by appearing on "Showtime at the Apollo," BET's Comic
View," and "HBS's Def Jam". He has been featured in box office hits "I
Got The Player's Club," "How To Be A Player," "BAPS," "Friday," "House
Party 1 & 2," "Menace To Society," "O," "Lethal Weapon," and
"Panthers". His television credits include, "The Jamie Foxx Show,"
"Martin," "South Central" and numerous national running commercials.
A.J. is described as boyish and is considered by his peers as one of
the top comedians in the business of comedy. He appeals to young and
old. Genuinely, FUNNY!! He possesses the natural ability to make you
laugh at and with him. A.J. is a performer who must be seen to believe.
A.J. currently signed to Knockout Entertainment and Sports Management.