Comedian and actor A.J. Johnson has died. Johnson was best known for Friday, Menace II Society and The Players Club. Anthony "A.J." Johnson, who played Ezal, a homeless man with drug addiction, in Friday and E.Z.E. in House Party, died on Friday. His death was confirmed by a spokesperson. He was 55. No cause of death has been disclosed.
Today, TMZ reported the death of actor Anthony “AJ” Johnson, who was best known for his roles in Friday and House Party in the 1990s, after he was found unconscious in a store at the age of 55. Due to his roles in a number of cult classic films and TV shows throughout the decades since, he was a figure of some stature in the world of hip-hop — as evidenced by the abundance of tributes from rappers like Bow Wow, Ice Cube, and Vince Staples.
Michael Colyar needs very little introduction, thanks to his stellar reputation as an actor, comedian and philanthropist. Michael‘s reach extends far and wide in the entertainment industry as he overcame addiction, discovered his knack for comedy, won Star Search, and ventured out on his own. On December 16th, he stars...
EXCLUSIVE: Stand-up comedian Mo Amer is the latest to join Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam posse for New Line/DC. Details of his role are being kept secret, but he joins an ever-growing cast that includes Johnson in the title role, Pierce Brosnan as Dr. Fate, Aldis Hodge as Hawkman, Noah Centineo as Atom Smasher and Quintessa Swindell as Cyclone, with Marwan Kenzari, James Cusati-Moyer and Bodhi Sabongui rounding out the cast.
Two New York City comedy icons — and several of their famous friends — are holding a show to raise money for charities benefitting victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and their families. Jon Stewart and Pete Davidson will host "NYC Still Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration"...