She was a contestant on the early 80s game show Child's Play.
Joined the cast of In Living Color after Crystal Walker and joined the cast of That's So Raven after Crystal Walker (Tanya Baxter) left the cast.
She joined the cast of the Fox Network sketch comedy series In Living Color in its last season.
Anne-Marie is a member of the TV/Theatrical Negotiating Committee.
Was a National Chair on the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) in 2001.
Anne-Marie was a member of the Screen Actors Guild for nineteen years and was part of the membership committee for six years before she became vice president.
Most famous for her role in the tv series, In the Heat of the Night as Althea Tibbs from 1988 to 1993.
She attended John Marshall High School in Los Angeles.
Anne-Marie's first role as an actress was in the series, Solo One, where she guest starred as Bonnie Pickett.
Played Cherry in the 1988 film, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka.
Played Sydney Todd in the 1991 film, The Five Heartbeats.
Played Karen Todd in the 1997 TV movie, Asteroid.
Played Donna in the 1989 TV movie, Dream Date.
Played Diedre in the 1991 film, Stritly Business.
Played Kristi in the 1991 film, True Identity.
Played Lydia in the 1987 film, Hollywood Shuffle.
Played Monica Sinclair in the 1998 film, Down in the Delta.
Played Devin Quinn in the 2001 film, Pursuit of Happiness.
Anne-Marie married her husband, Martin Gray, in 1996.
Anne-Marie is one inch away from being six feet tall (5'11").
Became the first person with the position of Vice President of the Screen Actors Guild in 2005.
Anne-Marie earned a degree in theatre from UCLA.
Anne-Marie Johnson is currently co-starring on Dinsey's hit show That's So Raven. She plays Raven's, boss, Donna Cabonna.