Who is Jasmine Johnson?

Jasmine Johnson was born on 16 December 2015 under the sign of Sagittarius, in Miami, Florida USA. She is a four-year-old girl, probably only recognized as the daughter of renowned actor, producer, and former professional wrestler Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, and his wife Lauren Hashian, a singer-songwriter and daughter of drummer Sib Hashian.

How rich is she, as of now? Jasmine Johnson Net Worth

Jasmine Johnson’s career is yet to come – she hasn’t become a child actress – and she still enjoys the net worth of her famous parents. Her father, Dwayne Johnson, has an impressive net worth estimated at close to $300 million, acquired through his successful involvement not only in the sports industry, but also in the film industry.

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Famous Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity

Jasmine Johnson is growing up in her birth town of Miami, Florida. She holds American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnic group. She has a younger sister named Tiana Gia Johnson, who was born on 17 April 2018. She also has an older step-sister – Simone Garcia Johnson – from her father’s previous marriage to film producer Dany Garcia.

Popularity as a Celebrity Kid

Jasmine gained international fame when she was only four days old, since her father Dwayne shared the short video of hers on his official Instagram account, and it went viral. Her parents continued to share videos and photos of Jasmine along with other members of their family.

She is four years old and enjoys her childhood time with her parents and sisters. Her parents, Dwayne and Lauren, met each other back in 2006, when he was filming “The Game Plan” in Boston, Massachusetts. In no time, they started dating, and eventually exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 18 August 2019.

Who Is Her Father? Dwayne Johnson Short Wiki/Bio

Dwayne Douglas Johnson, bet,ter known as ‘The Rock’, was born on 2 May 1972 under the sign of Taurus in Hayward, California USA, where he was raised by his father, Rocky Johnson, a former professional wrestler, and mother, Ata Johnson. He attended several schools, since his family frequently moved, eventually matriculating from Freedom High School, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Dwayne Johnson

From American Football to Wrestling

While in high school, Dwayne joined wrestling, track and field, and gridiron football teams. He distinguished himself as an American Football player, and so earned a full scholarship to study at the University of Miami. He played in the college team, and was a member of their national championship team in 1991. Dwayne graduated with a Bachelor of General Studies in Physiology and Criminology in 1995, but suffered a back injury during the same year, and due to that he wasn’t selected in the NFL Draft. So Dwayne then signed a three-year contract with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League, but in the following year he decided to quit his football career and move his focus to wrestling.

Professional Wrestling Career

Dwayne is considered as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. In 1996 he signed a contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), which is now known as WWE, and competed until 2004 when he left to become an actor. He won eight times the WWE Championship, five times WWF Tag Team Championship, and two times WCW Championship and WWF Intercontinental Championship. The Rock was the Sixth Triple Crown Champion, and the winner of Royal Rumble in 2000. He appeared in the most popular episodes of the WWE’s shows, “WWE SmackDown” and “WWE Raw”. Dwayne officially retired in August 2019.

Film Industry

Dwayne Johnson is also considered as one of the most successful and highest paid box-office film stars of all time, since his film titles have grossed over $10.5 billion worldwide. During his stint of about two decades in the film industry, he has garnered over 50 acting credits.

Career Beginnings

Dwayne made his television debut in the role of his father in the episode “That Wrestling Show” of the Fox sitcom “That ‘70s Show” in 1999, while he made his film debut as The Scorpion King in Stephen Sommers’ fantasy horror film “The Mummy Returns” in 2001. He then featured as Mathayus in the prequel to “The Mummy” franchise, entitled “The Scorpion King” (2002), followed by his portrayals of Back in the 2003 action comedy “The Rundown” and Chris Vaughn in the 2004 action crime “Walking Tall”.

He then starred as Elliot Wilhelm in the 2005 comedy-drama “Be Cool”, alongside John Travolta and Uma Thurman, after which he played Sean Porter in the 2006 sports drama “Gridiron Gang”. By the end of the decade, he had also landed such roles as Joe Kingman in the comedy “The Game Plan” (2007), Jack Bruno in the sci-fi thriller “Race To Witch Mountain” (2009), and Derek in the family fantasy “Tooth Fairy” (2010), among others.

Box Office Film Star

In 2011, Dwayne featured as Luke Hobbs in the heist action film “Fast Five”, which is the fifth installment of “The Fast Saga” franchise – thanks to his appearance, the franchise became one of the top-grossing in history.

He later reprised the role in the sequels, “Fast & Furious 6”, “Furious 7”, and “The Fate Of The Furious”, and in the spin-off entitled “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw”, which was released in 2019. Dwayne’s another franchise role came with “Jumanji”, since he starred in “Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle” and “Jumanji: The Next Level”.

Continued Success

In addition, in 2012 Dwayne established his own production company, called Seven Buck Productions. He also featured as John Matthews in the action “Snitch”, which he also produced, and played Roadblock in the sci-fi action “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”, both in 2013.

Afterwards, he starred in the title role of the 2014 action-adventure film “Hercules”, followed by his portrayal of Raymond Gaines in another box office hit, the 2015 disaster film “San Andreas”, directed by Brad Peyton. He was cast as Spencer Strasmore in the HBO comedy-drama series “Ballers” from 2015 to 2019, and meantime in 2017 he featured as Mitch Buchannon in Seth Gordon’s comedy “Baywatch”, which he also produced. Moreover, Dwayne produced and starred in the sci-fi monster film “Rampage” and the action film “Skyscraper”, both in 2018. It is announced that he will appear in such upcoming titles as “Jungle Cruise”, “Black Adam”, and “Doc Savage”, among others.

Other Projects

Dwayne also published his autobiographical book “The Rock Says” in 2000, which topped The New York Times Best Seller list. Moreover, he produced and hosted the TNT reality competitive show “The Hero” in 2013, after which he hosted the TNT reality series “Wake Up Call” in 2014.

Most recently, he created and hosted the sports competition series “The Titan Games”, aired on NBC in 2019. Dwayne has also announced that he will create the bodybuilding show, entitled “Athleticon”, with his ex-wife Dany Garcia, set to be released in October 2020.

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