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Hollie Johnson was born on 28 June, 1974 in Liverpool, United Kingdom, is a British artist. Discover Hollie Johnson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 47 years old?

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Occupation actress,costume_department
Age 48 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 28 June 1974
Birthday 28 June
Birthplace Liverpool, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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He is a member of famous Actress with the age 48 years old group.

Hollie Johnson Height, Weight & Measurements

At 48 years old, Hollie Johnson height
is 5′ 3″ (1.6 m) .

Physical Status
Height 5′ 3″ (1.6 m)
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Who Is Hollie Johnson’s Wife?

His wife is Dana Singleton (26 September 2009 – 10 January 2014) ( separated) ( 2 children)

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Wife Dana Singleton (26 September 2009 – 10 January 2014) ( separated) ( 2 children)
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Hollie Johnson Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Hollie Johnson worth at the age of 48 years old? Hollie Johnson’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated
Hollie Johnson’s net worth
, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2023 Under Review
Net Worth in 2022 Pending
Salary in 2022 Under Review
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Source of Income Actress

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In 2018, Johnson appeared as himself in the Series 10 finale of the UK television series Benidorm, in what turned out to be the last episode of the show


In late 2015, Johnson co-wrote a song with Gary Barlow for the film Eddie the Eagle. The song “Ascension” was released in March 2016 as the focus track for the album Fly (songs inspired by the film Eddie The Eagle) and appears on the end credits for the film.


In May 2014, Johnson announced his first UK solo tour, named “Dancing with No Fear”. The seven-date tour was preceded by a new solo album, released on 15 September. The album, titled Europa, was preceded by a lead single, “Follow Your Heart”.


In August 2009, Johnson presented an hour-long show “In the Beginning” on BBC Radio 2 about the Beatles, whilst he also appeared in the new video for Frankie Goes to Hollywood's “Relax” as the DJ. Since then, he has performed The Power of Love twice in Germany, also performing the song at the opening of Life Ball 2011 in Vienna. In an interview at the Q Awards, Johnson announced plans for an album of new material. In 2010, Johnson performed “Americanos” on German TV, and “Relax” on French TV. During February 2011, Johnson joined Jools Holland and his band for a version of the Animals' “The House of the Rising Sun” song, a track that Johnson covered on his Soulstream album. In August 2011, he performed a full set live at the Rewind Festival, using a mix of Frankie Goes to Hollywood songs together with some of his solo hits “Americanos”, “Heaven's Here” and “Love Train”.


In 2007, Hollie moved to the Gold Coast in QLD, and was hired on to help wardrobe for The Dark Lurking (2008) until an extra role was offered. Since then, she was married, had two boys, and took a break from acting to focus on family.


Locally made films and TV commercials made between 2005-2007, by both expatriates and Chinese producers, found her in main and supporting roles. Chinese TV commercials, TV shows, and infomercials all were produced and shown on television but no copy was provided her for her own show reel.


“She moved to Shanghai, China in 2004 and found opportunities to work as an expatriate. The first professional experience was as an extra for the Ishmael/Merchant film “The White Countess” playing two different characters (lead secretary and bar civilian in the dancing scene). Inspired and encouraged to pursue acting by Ms. Vanessa Redgrave, she attended workshops in the Stanislavski method held by trained actor Paul Cascante, then began stage acting with a new venture, East/West Shanghai Theater.


Johnson's relationship with ZTT owners Trevor Horn and Jill Sinclair broke down irretrievably due to the court case: “They, [Horn and Sinclair] have never really forgiven me for winning my freedom in the law courts”, the singer said in 2001, adding that the worst part of being in FGTH was “the contract we signed with ZTT.”


In April 1998, he performed “The Power of Love” live at the Easter Gay Happening in Krefeld, Germany at Club Königsburg.


In March 1994, Johnson's critically acclaimed autobiography A Bone in My Flute was published, in which he discusses his struggle with, and acceptance of, his homosexuality. The same year, he recorded a new single, “Legendary Children (All of Them Queer)”, whose lyrics referred to famous LGBT people throughout history. During 1994, he performed live at London's Gay Pride show, where he performed “Relax”, “Legendary Children” and “The Power of Love”. The same month Johnson featured on and co-wrote the single “Love and Hate” by Ryuichi Sakamoto for his album Sweet Revenge.


In 1991, Johnson was diagnosed with HIV and wrote an autobiography, A Bone In My Flute; he did not expect to live much longer. Johnson remained creative working as a painter and printmaker and writing songs until 1994 when he returned to performing music occasionally. One of Johnson's paintings appears as the cover to the Kirsty MacColl single “Angel”.


After the 1990 remix album Hollelujah, Johnson released his second solo album in 1991. Dreams That Money Can't Buy was a commercial failure and did not chart in the UK, while the singles “Where Has Love Gone?” and “Across the Universe” performed very poorly on UK singles chart. In November 1991, Johnson learned that he was HIV positive. This triggered a temporary withdrawal from the music business and public life in general, with one of his last TV performances around the time being at the Diamond Record Awards, Antwerp, where he performed “Americanos” and “Where Has Love Gone?”. His HIV status was made public during an interview with The Times in April 1993.


ZTT unsuccessfully appealed against the judge's decision, the Appeal Court concluding on 26 July 1989 that the original recording and publishing contracts were “not a fair bargain”. The result represented a landmark legal outcome, contemporary press reports stating that the result “set a legal precedent which rocked the music business”, adding that ZTT had by this time released most of its artists from their original contracts.


Johnson left Frankie Goes to Hollywood in 1987 because of disagreements regarding their musical direction. He became the subject of an injunction from the group's record company, ZTT Records, and its sister publishing company, Perfect Songs, which cited a breach of his prior recording and publishing contracts, thus barring him from pursuing a solo career with any other new label. He embarked on a two-year legal battle with ZTT, the case being settled in Johnson's favour on 10 February 1988, the judge ruling that the original contracts had constituted an unreasonable restraint of trade, remarking that “Mr. Johnson could be 70 years old and still be bound to this contract”.


After the band's reputation grew large enough to attract record company interest, they were eventually signed to a new record company, ZTT. Johnson became exposed to the general public via the phenomenal success of their debut single Relax, which was a huge, and controversial, hit in 1984. After such success during 1984, when the band spent nearly four months at the top of the singles chart, Johnson was firmly established as a household name. By autumn 1986, his star had faded considerably. Frankie Goes to Hollywood had not released any material since early 1985 and were absent from that year's Live Aid event.


Kuhle, Johnson's personal manager, became a successful art dealer and collected paintings by Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell. In 1982, Johnson joined Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and he later found fame as the lead singer and lyricist of the band. In 1987, tension grew between Johnson and the rest of his group. He also had an argument with his record company and won a case in court against them on restraint of trade. He left Frankie Goes to Hollywood and the other members of the band were eventually let go by the label after the court case ZTT and Perfect Songs v Holly Johnson.


Hollie Johnson has performed on stage, television, and on film. Beginning in Detroit, from 1978-2004, with a dance background of 14 years in ballet and jazz; then at nineteen she started modeling for Midwest Photography Studios. Growing more confident, she pursued a start in acting with Black Swan Productions in made-to-order films. Combining interests in alternative lifestyles and performance she was seen acting on stage for a local event by Noir Leather, “Hellbound.


During his second year at the Liverpool Collegiate, Johnson and his friend were teased and nicknamed “Jolly Johnson” and “Honey Heath”. The two shared an interest in Marc Bolan and David Bowie. While he attended Liverpool Collegiate, Johnson was actively involved in that city's punk rock/new wave scene of the late 1970s. Johnson played bass with the local band Big in Japan and also released two solo singles on the Eric's label. Both “Yankee Rose” and “Hobo Joe” failed to chart, however. Johnson met his partner, Wolfgang Kuhle, in the early 1980s.


William “Holly” Johnson (born 9 February 1960) is an English artist, musician, and writer, best known as the lead vocalist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood, who achieved huge commercial success in the mid-1980s. Prior to that, in the late 1970s he was a bassist for the band Big in Japan. In 1989, Johnson's debut solo album, Blast, reached number one in the UK albums chart. Two singles from the album – “Love Train” and “Americanos” – reached the top 5 of the UK Singles Chart. In the 1990s, he also embarked on writing, painting, and printmaking careers.