Bart together with his wife Robyn, have three children named Baylen, Jate, and Wyatt Blake.
Bart works approximately 10 hours a day.
Bart says that a lot of kids stop and stare at him whenever they see him, and then scream "Oh my God, it's the coach!"
Bart says that Kenny Ortega is one of the best directors he has known.
Bart owns a bed and breakfast named "The Johnson Mill" in Midway, Utah.
Bart had the opportunity to compete against the U.S. Olympic team while living in Utah.
Bart excels at freestyle snow skiing.
Bart is the brother of Adam and Brad Johnson.
Bart moved with his family from Los Angeles, California to Park City, Utah, when he was 12.
Bart enjoys flying airplanes, surfing, mountain biking, football, soccer, basketball, and kickboxing.
Bart studied pre-med at the University of Utah, graduating with a 'bachelors of science' degree.
Bart knew that he wanted to be an actor, after performing in his high school production of West Side Story.
Bart is the brother-in-law of Jason, Lori, Eric, and Blake Lively.
Bart is the son-in-law of Ernie and Elaine Lively.
Bart will be starring in three more movies, namely Taking Five, Daddy Day Camp, and Happy Valley
Bart was in the movie, My Family.
Bart Johnson is right-handed.
Bart played Garth on Simon Says.
Bart's height is 6'4".
Bart's wife name is Robyn Lively.
As of 2006, Bart lives in Hollywood, California.
Bart got his pilot's license in 1999.
Bart is an avid surfer.
Bart competed against the U.S. ski team while living in Park City, Utah.
Bart plays on a soccer team in Los Angeles.
Bart: (About his bed and breakfast in Utah) And I spend a lot of time up there and when we were shooting it just happened to be it's like two weeks every summer you get really bad weather and we nailed it. We nailed it for a couple times it seems like. It was pretty hot and those guys were playing basketball luckily it was indoors but man, those guys were working hard too because there was dance rehearsals all morning and then they took a break to ice their knees and a medic would come in there and put ice packs on their knees and around their elbows and shoulders. And then they'd take it all off and do basketball all afternoon and then they'd take a break and then do dance and man they just got beat up and I got to practice blowing my whistle and walking up and down the court yelling at them so, I got the easy part.
Bart: (On studying basketball roles) Well, watch games, I'm really good yelling at kids. No, I actually work with the Boy Scouts and that actually helped a lot because we have a basketball team and we play a lot and sort of working with the Boy Scouts you do a lot of playing and a lot of building relationships with young teen players. So that helped.
Bart: I do a lot of soccer and skiing and snowboarding, winter sports and ya know not a whole lot of basketball. I'm kinda hooked now, I've got a hoop at my house and I play a lot.