Paul Johansson

Total Box Office:
 $75.6M
Highest Rated:
69% Soapdish (1991)
Lowest Rated:
0% Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)
Birthday:
Jan 26
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
At 6'2", with a handsomeness best-termed "rugged," the towering and burly Paul Johansson originally developed his ability in sports -- unsurprising, given his physical stature and the fact that he was the child of hockey demigod Ching Johnson, a key player on the 1954 Stanley Cup champion Detroit…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Stonados
  • Actor
-- 2013
11% Atlas Shrugged: Part I
  • Director
  • Galt
$4.6M 2011
Novel Romance
  • Jake Buckley
-- 2007
Toxic
  • Actor
-- 2007
Window Theory
  • Stu
-- 2004
The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie
  • Director
-- 2003
Dark Side
  • Actor
-- 2002
Edge of Madness
  • James Mullen
-- 2002
23% John Q
  • Tuck Lampley
$71.0M 2001
Berserker: Hell's Warrior
  • Actor
-- 2001
Hooded Angels
  • Actor
-- 2000
0% Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies
  • Actor
-- 1999
66% She's So Lovely
  • Actor
-- 1997
Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave
  • Det. Bert Kling
-- 1997
Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Ice
  • Det. Bert King
-- 1996
Midnight Witness
  • Actor
-- 1993
When the Party's Over
  • Henry
-- 1993
Martial Law II: Undercover (Karate Cop)
  • Spencer Hamilton
-- 1991
69% Soapdish
  • Bolt Brennan
-- 1991
Swimsuit
  • Actor
-- 1989


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
2000-2014
  • Edward Trigg
2013
One Tree Hill
2003-2012
  • Dan Scott
  • Director
  • Actor
2003 - 2012
Criminal Minds
2005-2014
  • Clark Preston
2012

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Quotes from Paul Johansson's Characters

    1. John Galt: Power-lust is a weed that grows only in the vacant lots of an abandoned mind.
    From Atlas Shrugged: Part I. Submitted by Rob M (2 years ago)
    1. John Galt: The goal of the "liberals" as it emerges from the record of the past decades was to smuggle this country into welfare statism by means of single, concrete, specific measures, enlarging the power of the government a step at a time, never permitting these steps to be summed up into principles, never permitting their direction to be identified or the basic issue to be named.
    From Atlas Shrugged: Part I. Submitted by Froi V (3 years ago)
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