Who is Jasmine Johnson?

American celebrity child Jasmine Johnson was born in the USA on 16 December 2015, thus making Sagittarius her zodiac sign. She’s only known for her father Dwayne Douglas ‘The Rock’ Johnson, who’s a famous American actor and professional wrestler; Dwayne has more than 100 acting credits to his name, and has won 19 of his 93 award nominations. Even though Dwayne became popular for being a wrestler, he’s today known better for his acting career.

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Parents, sister and education

Jasmine’s parents Dwayne and Lauren Hashian began dating in 2007; her mother’s perhaps only known for being a daughter of the late American musician John Thomas ‘Sib’ Hashian, who was the drummer of the rock ‘n’ roll band Boston. Lauren gave birth to her and Dwayne’s second daughter Tiana on 17 April 2018, and they only married a year later, on 18 August 2019.

Jasmine’s being raised in Los Angeles, California by her parents who still manage to find time for her and her sister despite their busy work schedules; Jasmine also occasionally stays at her parents’ farm in Virginia.

She’s currently attending a local elementary school in Los Angeles, and it’s believed that she’s already shown interest in acting, although this is yet to be confirmed by her parents.

Appearance, age and parents’ net worth

Jasmine’s age is seven. She has brown eyes and hair, is 3ft 11ins (1.2m) tall and weighs around 50lbs (22kgs).

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

Who is her famous father?

Dwayne was born in Hayward, California USA on 2 May 1972 to his Canadian father Rocky Johnson and American mother Ata Johnson (nee Maivia); his father was a professional wrestler, thus Dwayne’s interest in the sport. Dwayne’s today probably known best for starring as Spencer in the critically acclaimed 2017 action adventure comedy movie “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”, which also starred Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart, and was directed by Jake Kasdan. It follows four teenagers who’ve ended up being stuck inside a video game, and cannot leave until they complete it; the film won five of its 20 award nominations.

Dwayne and his family often moved around the US while he was growing up, and he spent most time living in Charlotte in North Carolina and Hamden in Connecticut. They eventually settled in the Leigh Valley, and Dwayne matriculated from Freedom High School in 1990; he was a problematic teenager and was arrested on multiple occasions, mostly for theft and fighting, while it was playing football at school that helped him leave the life of crime behind him. Dwayne was offered a football scholarship by the University of Miami, and he played for their Miami Hurricanes team during all his four years there; he graduated with a Bachelor of General Studies degree in 1995, and then spent a couple of months playing in the Canadian Football League, prior to deciding to quit the sport.

Dwayne joined World Wrestling Federation in 1996, and became the Intercontinental Champion on 13 February 1997, after having defeated the former champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley; he lost the title to Owen Hart on 28 April 1997.

He’s since won numerous championships: he won the Royal Rumble in 2000, has been a Tag Team Champion five times and a World Champion 10 times. Dwayne chose to leave professional wrestling behind him in 2003, wanting to focus on his acting career, however, he signed a new contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2011, and has been wrestling ever since.

Acting career

Dwayne’s starred in numerous critically acclaimed movies, with one of the most popular amongst these having been the 2016 animated adventure comedy “Moana”, in which he voiced Maui. Set in Ancient Polynesia, the movie follows Moana and Demigod Maui as they’re trying to solve a problem which Maui had caused – it won 22 of its 112 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, and Best Animated Feature Film of the Year.

Dwayne’s spent his acting career focused on shooting movies, and there are only three TV series worth mentioning that he’s starred in: the 2016 short drama “Seven Bucks Digital Studios”, the sports comedy “Ballers” which aired from 2015 through 2019, and the biographical comedy “Young Rock”, which has been airing since 2021.

Dwayne’s film debut was playing The Scorpion King in the 2001 action adventure fantasy “The Mummy Returns”, while he was then cast to star in several award-winning movies, such as the 2001 action crime comedy “Longshot”, the 2002 action fantasy adventure “The Scorpion King” and the 2004 crime action “Walking Tall”. The year 2005 saw him play Elliot Wilhelm in the musical crime comedy “Be Cool”, which starred Uma Thurman and John Travolta, and follows Chili Palmer who’s become dissatisfied with the film industry, and has decided to try the music industry; the film won one of its 14 award nominations. Some of Dwayne’s most notable performances in the remainder of the 2000s were perhaps in the 2006 biographical crime drama “Gridiron Gang”, the 2007 family sports comedy “The Game Plan” and the 2009 action family adventure “Race to Witch Mountain”.

He portrayed the lead character Driver in the 2010 crime action “Faster”, which also starred Billy Bob Thornton and Maggie Grace, and was directed by George Tillman Jr. It follows a veteran police officer as he’s tracking down a former convict who’s begun killing people, and the film was nominated for five awards. Dwayne joined the cast of the film franchise “Fast and Furious” in 2011, portraying Hobbs in the movie “Fast Five”, and he’s since appeared in all five of the franchise’s new movies.

He starred as Mitch Buchannon in the 2017 action crime comedy “Baywatch”, which also starred Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario, and was directed by Seth Gordon. It follows lifeguard Mitch Buchannon who’s dissatisfied with his new recruit, and the film won four of its 15 award nominations.

Some of Dwayne’s most recent film roles have been in the 2021 comedy “Red Notice”, and in 2022 the animated action “DC League of Super-Pets” (voice role) and the fantasy action “Black Adam”.

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