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Taborah Johnson est une Actrice Canadienne née le 21 mars 1953 à Toronto (Canada)

Taborah Johnson

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Nom de naissance Taborah Johnson
Nationalité Canada
Naissance 21 mars 1953 (68 ans) à Toronto (Canada)

Taborah Johnson (born March 21, 1953), also known as Tabby Johnson, is a Canadian singer and actress. She is the sister of actor Clark Johnson and rock and jazz singer Molly Johnson.

She began her career in the Toronto production of Hair as a teenager. She was subsequently a backing vocalist for Rick James from 1979 to 1982, including on James' most famous single, "Super Freak". She subsequently returned to Toronto, where she sang as a jazz performer and as a backing vocalist for her sister Molly's band Infidels, and acted in occasional film and television roles, including appearances on Cagney and Lacey, Airwaves, E.N.G. and Clark's Homicide: Life on the Street, and regular roles in the children's series Polka Dot Door, The Big Comfy Couch and Noddy, as well as the film A Holiday Romance. She appeared as the FLOTUS Chief of Staff, assistant to the First Lady, in her brother Clark's feature film The Sentinel, and the 1984 HBO TV movie The Guardian with Lou Gossett and Martin Sheen.

She has also been working as creating voices in animation such as Star Wars: Ewoks, Star Wars: Droids, Babar The Care Bears, Rupert, Beverly Hills Teens, Babar, Little Shop, Dinosaucers, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Cars Toons, Madballs, My Pet Monster, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, Ned's Newt, The Neverending Story, Flash Gordon, ALF: The Animated Series, Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend, Bad Dog, Little Rosey, Blazing Dragons, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Committed, George Shrinks, The Animal Shelf, Franklin, Quads!, Marvin The Tap-Dancing Horse, Little Bear and Sam and Max: Freelance Police.

In February 2005, Johnson joined Toronto jazz station CJRT as the part-time host of a weekly, two hour, gospel music show. She left CJRT barely two months later. In the summer of 2005, she appeared on Toronto news/talk station CFRB, filling in for Mark Elliot on his late night talk radio shift. In September, the station named her to a permanent, part-time, shift on Saturdays from 4 to 6 p.m. EST. She is no longer employed by the station.

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Filmographie de Taborah Johnson (2 films)

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Martin à la Rescousse, 5minutes
Réalisé par John Lasseter
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Action, Animation
Thèmes Transport, Automobile, Road movie, Films pour enfants
Acteurs Larry the Cable Guy, Keith Ferguson, Lindsey Collins, Elissa Knight, Taborah Johnson, Jim Cummings
Rôle Rescue Squad Ambulance (voice)
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En passant devant Red, le camion de pompier de Radiator Springs, Martin se remémore l’époque où il était soi-disant camion de pompier. Flash McQueen écoute son histoire d’un air dubitatif.
A Song for the Season
Réalisé par Bobby Roth
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes Noël
Acteurs Naomi Judd, Andy Griffith, Gerald McRaney, Jayne Eastwood, Alison Pill, Taborah Johnson
Rôle Anne Hutchinson
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During the holiday season, Bethlehem School goes under review by a stern school administrator Cal Peterson (Gerald McRaney), sent to eliminate programs to save money and the school itself. Following long review, Cal decides to eliminate the music program led by music teacher Lily Waite (Naomi Judd). Cal is unaware that his teenage niece Fern (Alison Pill), whom he has been taking care of, has been changed by the music program. At the final concert, before Lily must leave her job, the music program is saved by generous donations, and Cal sees Fern perform. There are many sub-plots, including the hijinks of Jake Peterson (Andy Griffith). With a musical back ground, this film is unique in itself, it reaches out to the viewer not only through acting but through the joy of Christmas music, showing tradition in a new light, and showing that you are only as old as you feel.