Johnny Lewis is an American actor best know for his role in the 2004 movie Raise Your Voice that starred Hilary Duff. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and is the middle child to Divona and Michael Lewis.
When he was a teenager he made a
Johnny originally auditioned for the role of Seth on "The O.C."
Johnny has worked with Adam Brody in two shows, Now What and The OC.
Johnny is in the Mary-Kate and Ashley movie "Winning London" as a contestant and stars in the film "Palo Alto" with fellow "The O.C." star Autumn Reeser.
Johnny is a Scientologist.
Johnny's birthday is unknown but is in 1983.
Johnny has blue eyes and blonde hair.
Johnny is writing his first novel.
Johnny likes to skydive.
Johnny likes playing the guitar.
Johnny likes the band Death Cab for Cutie.
Johnny holds a dual Canadian citizenship.
Johnny was born and raised in Los Angeles, California.
Johnny: (about his roles) It's close to home. There's something about it which is really like, I didn't like, it's sort of like reveal your insecurities, your awkwardness, you know. We were like, nope no make-up. Acne is going to come through. You're dorky. You're never cool guy
Johnny: (about his character in "Palo Alto") He's like the epitome of me at fifteen, honestly. He's just so awkward, uncomfortable in his own skin… It's liberating, because you're not trying to do anything. You really don't have to worry about looking cool. You don't have to worry about posing or lighting or making a weird face when you laugh.
Johnny: I've never been part of the inception of a show that I've truly felt attached to. I'm sure if I did, then I'd be terrified… I'm comfortably analytical about it.
Johnny: (on working with Tom Arnold) He's great. I had no idea how it would come out. He did something totally different every time. We did six takes, each one was opposite. He would just riff for ten minutes. You have no idea where he's going, but it's really entertaining. He's a really unique guy.
Johnny: Our first job together was six years ago on a TV show no one saw. It was bad, but it was really fun. I think the way he [Adam Brody] put it was that I was the 'Oh God, Adam would never say that line. Let's give it to Johnny' character.