BRIAN ERIC JOHNSON

  WELL DONE IS BETTER THAN WELL SAID.

   Brian was born and raised in Sacramento CA. While completing an AA degree in Theatre Arts, he performed on stage across the city. After continuing his studies of film and drama at San Diego State, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.

   Brian has worked as an actor, writer, producer, and director on both stage and film. LA stage productions include Games, Pieces, and the critically acclaimed That's My Desire. Brian was acknowledged citywide as "Best Lead Actor" by reviewplays.com for his work in The Dolly.

   As Brian switched his focus to film, he continued to work from his own screenplays. Early projects include the 16mm short Daydream Believer and the feature Rites of Spring. The 35mm feature, Ranchero, co-starring Danny Trejo, is currently in release by Indican Pictures.

    Mobster, which Brian wrote, produced, and directed garnered a "Best of Festival" award at Indie Fest U.S.A. Mobster has also been released by Indican Pictures.

   On the acting front, Brian portrayed the legendary "shot-caller" of the Mexican Mafia, Joe Morgan, in Mundo. And coming early 2018, Brian can be seen as "Soldier Boy" in The Opiate Diaries.

   Brian currently has several fillmmaking projects in development.