Chuck Johnson is an action film actor and stunt trainer based out of Tokyo, Japan. He is the first African American to make an international name for himself in Far East Asia’s action film industry and also the first American to be trained extensively in the art of Katana Tate (Japanese theatrical swordplay) in Japan. Chuck has had a multitude of TV and film roles in Japan, including the upcoming G.I. Joe, Godzilla: Final Wars, Death Trap and Geki Rangers. His latest venture is a short film that is being considered for a full-feature film project at a Hollywood studio. Chuck holds ranks in both Taekwondo and Capoeira and has experience in several other martial arts forms. He is a former Michigan State Jr. Olympic Champion, a KTAA National Champion and a State Games of America Gold Medalist.
Radio Shows featuring Chuck Johnson
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