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Actor & comedian Anthony Johnson death – 90s classics like House Party star is dead, cause of death, age and Biography revealed here



Popular American comedian and actor Anthony Johnson has been reported dead at the age of 56.

The news of his passing was shared on Social media on Monday through Kamala Harris Family.

“R.I.P. to comedy/acting LEGEND, Anthony Johnson. It’s being reported he passed at the age of 56.

Some of his most notable roles were in 90s classics like House Party, I Got The Hook-Up, BAPS and Friday.”

Obviously, nothing has been disclosed about the cause of his death as  at the time of filing this report.

Anthony was born in Compton, California, on May 5, 1965, and died on September 20, 2021.

He started his acting career in his early twenties. In 1990 he landed a starring role as E.Z.E. in House Party, after which he started doing stand-up in bars in Los Angeles.

Johnson made a lot of appearances in several movies and comedic films notable among them were in Lethal Weapon 3 as a drug dealer and in Menace II Society. His biggest role was in the 1995 comedy Friday, as Ezal, a crackhead and thief.

He has also appeared in Panther, The Players Club, B*A*P*S, I Got The Hook-Up, Def Jam’s How to Be a Player and Repos, and in rap videos: in Dr. Dre’s “Dre Day” (1992),

He played Sleazy-E, a parody of Eazy-E, and he appeared again as Sleazy-E in the video for Eazy-E’s “Real Muthaphuckkin G’s” (1993), this time being assaulted.

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