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Ashley Johnson

United States

Age: 37
Known for
as Patterson

in Blindspot
as Tulip Olsen

in Infinity Train
as Terra

in Teen Titans
as Gwen Tennyson

in Ben 10: Alien Force
TV Series Starring Ashley Johnson
Infinity Train

Tulip must learn to set her personal interests aside to make her way through a mysterious train.


Blindspot
NBC,

2015

| Drama, Action, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

The show centers on an FBI agent who is drawn into a complex conspiracy when a naked amnesiac is found in Times Square covered in fresh tattoos... including his name on her back.


Critical Role
YouTube,

2015

| Fantasy
Rating: 4.6/5

Voice actor Matthew Mercer leads a group of fellow voice actors on epic Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. These familiar voices bring the audience into the full experience of D&D, allowing imaginations to soar as the characters embark on adventures. This is Critical Role!


Spooked
Hulu,

2014

| Comedy, Horror/Supernatural
Rating: 1/5

Comedy series about a ragtag group of ghost hunters. Paranormal events occur everyday but for those who can't afford the best investigators, well... there's always the Paranormal Investigation Team (P.I.T). Comprised of enthusiastic leader Connor, occult specialist Morgan, tech aficionado Lindsey, fanboy Elliot and their secret weapon Piper who can actually talk to ghosts, watch as they scour the country for any signs of the paranormal, and learn that even in the scariest of situations, you can't be afraid to laugh...


Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
Cartoon Network,

2010

| Comedy, Drama, Family, Teens
Rating: 3.7/5

16-year-old Ben Tennyson is an internationally-known super hero to kids, and distrusted by adults. Armed with a mysterious new Omnitrix, Ben is ready for action in a whole set of new places.


Ben 10: Alien Force

Ben 10: Alien Force is the spin-off sequel to the hit Cartoon Network series, Ben 10. The series takes place five years later after the original.


Teen Titans

Five heroes under one roof. Their names: Robin, Starfire, Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy They live in a large tower in the shape of a T that they call Titan Tower. No secret identities. No school. Just superheroes being superheroes. They must go up against their arch nemesis, Slade, and his evil minions. What he really plans to do is unknown but one thing's for sure... he's an evil madman.


Recess
ABC,

1997

| Comedy, Adventure, Children Cartoons, Animation
Rating: 3.3/5

Comic tales following a group children as they form their own society and have brushes with authority during recess in an American elementary school.


Jumanji
UPN,

1996

| Action, Adventure, Children, Animation
Rating: 1/5

Based on the hit 1995 Robin Williams film, Jumanji told the story of a board game gone horribly, horribly wrong. The cartoon series twisted the film's premise around, but most of the characters remained the same. As in the film, young Peter and Judy Shepherd came to live with their Aunt Nora. Exploring the house, they found in the attic a dusty old board game called Jumanji. Kids will be kids, and soon enough Peter and Judy had the game out and ready for play, little knowing that the game had a life of its own. When they rolled the dice, a rhymed message appeared on the board, and Peter and Judy were sucked inside a strange jungle world. Lost and alone in this frightening new land, Peter and Judy ran across long-haired jungle man Alan Parrish (the Robin Williams character in the film), who had been sucked in by Jumanji many years earlier. The three joined forces, looking for a way out.


All-American Girl
ABC,

1994

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

This sitcom made mild history as the first network program to deal with a multi-generational Asian family (the Korean Kim family) coping with the shifts in attitude between the traditional grandmother, the transitional parents, and the more-or-less all-American grandchildren. Its failure stemmed from its uncertain focus on what it means to be Korean in contemporary California society, including the somewhat objectionable casting of Chinese and Japanese actors as Koreans, and from the treatment of standup comic Cho as a rather stereotypical Valley girl on the prowl for boys, in complete contradiction of her popular image as a tough-talking, upfront lesbian. In the latter episodes there was an attempt to shift the show into a show-biz formula, with Cho's character becoming manager of an inept rock band, but to no avail. There was, however, one superb performance: Amy Hill as the proud-to-be-assimilated, straight-talking Korean grandmother.


Growing Pains (US)
ABC,

1985

| Comedy, Family
Rating: 1/5

Growing Pains was a successful ABC sitcom about the Seaver family making their way through life. Jason and Maggie Seaver, two loving parents, raise their three children: Mike Seaver, the troublesome teenager, Carol Seaver, the brainy middle child, and Ben Seaver, the cute youngest son. Jason, a psychiatrist, works out of his house and takes care of the children so that his wife, Maggie, can pursue her career in journalism. As the years go by, many changes occur. Mike graduates high school and begins class at Alf Landon Community College, at which time he proceeds to move out, but only to live above the garage. Maggie gets pregnant and gives birth to another daughter, Chrissy and switches roles with Jason as she decides to stay home with the kids while he moves his practice to an actual office. The Seavers also take in a troubled young homeless boy by the name of Luke in the final season.