Johanna Watts

About Johanna Watts

Who is it?: Actress, Writer, Producer

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Johanna Watts was born, is Actress, Writer, Producer. Johanna was raised by hippies in rural Florida, far from the bright lights of Hollywood. But from elementary school she insisted on acting, singing, and dancing lessons, and made her first theatrical appearance at the age of seven.In her teens, Johanna was plucked from the stage in Gainesville, Florida, and cast in the PBS film Catherine's Story. Soon she was modeling and acting in New York and Los Angeles.Johanna's first Hollywood break came from her second professional audition, when she was cast as the younger version of Oscar-nominated actress Samantha Eggar in Cold Case. She has gone on to appear in CSI:Miami, Star Trek Enterprise, and a series of independent films.She continues to act on stage as well, where she is drawn to strong, heroic women who think outside the box. She has played an unusual number of women in disguise, as well as typically male roles in Shakespeare productions.Johanna's passion for performance is equaled by her desire to make a difference in the world. Her battle with a rare form of cancer in her early teens left her with a lasting interest in helping children. Today she spends much of her time working with the non-profit organization Inside Out Community Arts.
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💰Johanna Watts Net worth: $1.4 Million

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She was the daughter of the dancing Teacher Jean Baptiste Wattier and Anna Cornelia de Bourghelles. She married the Architect and Sculptor Bartholomeus Wilhelmus Henricus Ziesenis (1762-1820) in 1801, but continued to act, even after their son was born. She had debuted already as a child on the stage of Rotterdam with her siblings. In 1780, she was active in Amsterdam. She debuted there as Margaretha in the tragedy by william Havre Korn (1753? -1826) Aleid van Poelgeest. She became known as a great tragedienne, and in 1784 she became the premier Actress of Amsterdam. She also toured. Wattier was the student of Marten Corver and is remembered as an Example of the new natural way of acting, which became fashionable during her time at the stage. She was described as a natural talent, expressive and with s beautiful voice. In 1800, she was the highest paid actor in the Netherlands. In 1806, Louis Bonaparte invited her to perform in Paris. In 1808 her yearly salary was f 4000, making her the best paid Actress of her times. When Napoleon himself visited Amsterdam in 1811, she performed for him, which impressed him so much he gave her a pension of F 2000. She retired from the stage for health reasons in 1815. She accompanied her husband to the Hague, where he was Architect for renovations for the Noordeinde Palace.