Johanna Braddy is an American television and film actress. She is known for her roles in series including "Video Game High School" and "UnReal," as well as films like "Easy A" and "Paranormal Activity 3."
Born on August 30, 1987 in Atlanta, Georgia, Johanna Elizabeth Braddy grew up the daughter of a preschool music teacher mother and engineer father. She also has a brother named Cole. The two of them attended McIntosh High School in Peachtree City, Georgia where Johanna graduated from in 2005. During her time in Georgia, she spent countless hours on her singing, as she was classically trained and had aspirations to be an opera singer if all went according to plan. However, since that's seldom the case, she wound up in the acting game instead after recurring roles on both "The Riches" and "Avatar: The Last Airbender" forced her to move to Los Angeles.
Leaving her music behind proved to be a bit of an adjustment, but one that Johanna learned to love and embrace. She was even quoted once as saying "If you don't love acting more than anything else, don't do it. It's not a normal life. It will take you away from your family, friends and life in general." With that in mind, you start to get a picture of what her life soon became after her big move. By 2009, she was playing the recurring role of Jordan Reed on the ABC Family series "Greek," and the same year starring in her first major movie role as Lisa in "The Grudge 3."
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With her career only continuing to rise, Johanna has seen much success with roles in movies such as "Paranormal Activity 3" and "The Collection" and TV shows like "Hit the Floor" and "UnReal." However, she has also begun appealing to the Internet crowd with a role on the YouTube series "Video Game High School." Not only did this bump her geek cred up a few points, but it also lead her to her husband actor Josh Blaylock. The two were married in 2012.