Who is Tiana Gia Johnson?

American celebrity child Tiana Gia Johnson was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 17 April 2018, making Aries her zodiac sign. She’s only known for being a daughter of famous American actor and former professional wrestler Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

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Life and parents

Tiana is being raised in Los Angeles alongside her younger sister Jasmine, born on 17 December 2015, by their father Dwayne and non-celebrity American Lauren Hashian, who’s perhaps only known for being a daughter of the late American drummer John Thomas ‘Sib’ Hashian of the rock ‘n’ roll band Boston.

Tiana’s parents began dating in 2007, and married in a private ceremony on 18 August 2019 in Hawaii; they spend a lot of time with their daughters at their farm in Virginia, while they also own a house in Southwest Ranches, Florida.

Dwayne and his wife are keeping their girls away from the media’s attention, but have still featured them in some of their Instagram pictures and videos; Tiana also has a half-sister Simone (born on 14 August 2001) from her father’s first marriage with American businesswoman and film producer Dany Garcia Rienzi.

Height, eyes and parents’ net worth

Tiana’s age is five. She has brown eyes and hair, is 3ft 8ins (1.12m) tall and weighs around 40lbs (18kgs).

Tiana’s father Dwayne’s net worth has been estimated at over $800 million, as of June 2023.

Who is her father Dwayne?

Dwayne Douglas ‘The Rock’ Johnson was born in Hayward, California USA, on 2 May 1972, making Taurus his zodiac sign. He’s today probably known best for his acting career; Dwayne has over 100 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for starring as Black Adam in the 2022 action adventure fantasy movie “Black Adam”, which also starred Aldis Hodge and Pierce Brosnan, and was directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. It follows superhero Adam who’s been awoken after having been entrapped for 5,000 years, and the movie won one of its nine award nominations.

Dwayne was raised in Hayward by his father Wayde Douglas Bowles aka Rocky Johnson who was a professional wrestler and who passed away aged 76 in 2020, and mother Ata Johnson (nee Maivia) who’s today 74 years old. The family briefly lived in Auckland, New Zealand while Dwayne was growing up, and he played rugby while attending Richmond Road Primary School there. He studied at Montclair Elementary School upon moving to Charlotte, North Carolina with his parents, while they eventually moved to Hamden, Connecticut where he then studied at Shepherd Glen Elementary School. Dwayne then attended a couple of high schools, matriculating from Freedom High School in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania in 1990.

Dwayne was a rather problematic teenager and was arrested multiple times before turning 17, mostly for check fraud, theft and fighting. He managed to ‘escape’ a life of crime by playing football at school, running track and wrestling. Dwayne enrolled at the University of Miami on a football scholarship in 1991, graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1995, then spent two months playing for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League, before being let go.

Dwayne’s been wrestling since 1996; he retired in 2004, but eventually changed his mind and has been signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) since 2011. He’s widely believed to be one of the greatest wrestlers of all time; Dwayne’s been WWE Triple Crown Champion six times, was the 2000 Royal Rumble winner and has won five Tag Team Championships; he’s a two-time Intercontinental Champion, and has been WWE World Champion 10 times.

Dwayne’s acting career

Even though a famous professional wrestler, Dwayne’s today perhaps known better for his acting career. One of his first notable performances was starring as Mathayus in the popular 2002 action adventure fantasy movie “The Scorpion King”, which also starred Steven Brand and Michael Clarke Duncan, and was directed by Chuck Russell. It follows a desert warrior who’s trying to avenge his people by killing the leader of an army which destroyed his homeland, and the film won two of its six award nominations. Some of Dwayne’s following notable performances were in the 2003 action adventure comedy movie “The Rundown”, the 2004 crime action film “Walking Tall” and the 2005 musical crime comedy movie “Be Cool”.

He starred as Sean Porter in the hit 2006 biographical crime movie “Gridiron Gang”, which also starred Xzibit and L. Scott Caldwell, and was directed by Phil Joanou; it follows a group of teenagers at a juvenile camp who’ve begun playing football together. The remainder of the decade saw Dwayne appear in the 2007 family sports comedy film “The Game Plan”, the 2008 action adventure comedy movie “Get Smart”, and the 2010 family fantasy comedy film “Tooth Fairy”, all lead roles.

He joined the cast of the critically acclaimed film series “Fast and Furious” in 2011, portraying Hobbs in the action crime thriller “Fast Five”, which starred Paul Walker and Vin Diesel, and was directed by Justin Lin. It follows Dominic Toretto and his crew as they’re planning a heist, and the film won nine of its 30 award nominations. Some of Dwayne’s following film roles were in the 2013 action adventure science fiction “G. I. Joe: Retaliation”, the 2013 crime action thriller “Empire State” and later in 2013 the  action crime adventure “Fast & Furious 6”.

He starred as Bob Stone in the 2016 action crime comedy movie “Central Intelligence”, which also starred Kevin Hart and Danielle Nicolet, and which Rawson Marshall Thurber directed. It follows an accountant who’s reconnected with his awkward high school friend, and has been lured into the world of espionage; the film won two of its 10 award nominations.

Some of Dwayne’s most recent movie roles have been in the 2021 action thriller comedy “Red Notice”, the 2022 animated action adventure “DC League of Super-Pets” (voice role) and the 2023 action crime adventure “Fast X”.

He’s won 19 of his 93 award nominations; some of these wins include a 2012 CinemaCon Award for Action Star of the Year, a 2017 Behind the Voice Actors Award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a Feature Film, for “Moana” (shared with colleagues) and a 2018 Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Comedy, for his performance in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”.

Dwayne was honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 13 December 2017.

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