Cherie Johnson Biography
Cherie Johnson is a well-known name in the American entertainment industry, having worked as an actor, writer, and film producer. She is best recognized for her appearances on Punky Brewster (in which she portrayed Punky’s best friend Cherie) and the long-running ABC/CBS comedy Family Matters, in which she played Laura Winslow’s best friend Maxine Johnson for eight seasons. Both of these roles brought her widespread fame (1990–98).
In 2009, she penned, performed in, and produced the indie film I Do… I Did!, in which she played the role of Vivian. Cherie has created eight films up to this point. Her first book, Around the World Twice, was published in 2010, marking the beginning of her career as a writer. 2011 saw the publication of her second book, Two Different Walks of Life: A Celebrity and an Average Housewife, which she had written. Peaches and Cream, which is her third novel, is now available. August 2013 saw the publication of her book titled Stupid Guys Diary.
Cherie Johnson Age
Cherie was born on November 21, 1975, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. She is 48 years old.
Cherie Johnson Husband
Cherie has kept her personal life away from the public and social media. There is no record of her past and present relationships. She has a daughter but she hasn’t disclosed her name and picture till now. She hasn’t revealed the name of her daughter’s father as well. She spends her free time working with many children’s charities. It is not sure whether she is married or single.
Cherie Johnson Family Matters
Johnson began her role as Maxine “Max” Johnson, the best friend of Laura Winslow (played by Kellie Shanygne Williams), in the 1990 television sitcom Family Matters. She continued to make recurrent appearances in the role until the series was canceled in 1998. As one of the executive producers of Family Matters, while Johnson was working on the show, Duclos was once again her employer. This time, though, Johnson was employed by Duclos.
Cherie Johnson Wendy Williams
Cherie’s relentless trolling of Wendy on Instagram indicates that Wendy must have caused Cherie a great deal of pain. After a few days had passed since the talk show host’s husband was rumored to have gotten his mistress pregnant, Cherie was of the opinion that Wendy should benefit from any and all advise that she could acquire regarding the situation.
In a post that had the appearance of an honesty hour, Cherie wrote, “This is my last ain’t-sh*t, talkin’ sh*t post of 2018.” I just wanted to say hello and let you know that I heard that your husband is going to be a stepfather for the second time. I heard that he fathered a child with his mistress. Now, it seems like Kevin got that super-sperm. Why is it that you never seem to become pregnant? Oh, you’re absolutely right. William, how are you doing today? Karma is a cruel mistress. In 2019, you need to give other people their space. Find Jesus. Be a better person overall.
Wendy has a reputation for being witty and incisive, but my goodness, Cherie is a surgeon with her words.
And just when you thought the video was enough, Cherie took to the comments to truly let us know how she felt about Wendy. This came after fans were curious as to the origin of Cherie’s hostility for Wendy. She even went so far as to remark, “she probably blocked me by now she’s known for 20 years that I don’t f*ck with her!”
Cherie Johnson Net Worth
Cherie has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars.
Cherie Johnson Books
The first novel written by Cherie was titled “Around the World Twice,” and it was published on August 10, 2010. In addition, on April 14, 2011, she and one of the co-writers of I Do…I Did! published a poetry book together under the title Two Different Walks of Life. Peaches & Cream, her second novel, was published in August 2014, and Stupid Guys Diary, a collection of her journal entries, was published the previous year. The year 2018 marked the release of her album titled “Little Cherie Dresses Herself.” Writing has emerged as Cherie’s second professional path of choice.
She was formerly the Executive Director for Dimez magazine, and she was a contributing writer for Temptation magazine and Glam Couture magazine, where she did a monthly article titled “Cherie Picking.” Cherie accepted a position at Fever magazine in 2016 and will be writing the “Pulse” article. She is also the Assistant Editor of Fever Magazine.
Cherie Johnson From Punky Brewster
Her uncle, David W. Duclon, a prominent screenwriter and TV producer who, in the 1970s, was recognized for his work on Happy Days, is credited for giving Cherie her start in the entertainment industry. David W. Duclon was previously known for his work on Happy Days. Cherie’s desire to be an actress was supported by Duclon, who also helped organize an audition for her.
In 1984, after Duclon had served as the executive producer of NBC’s Silver Spoons for two seasons, he successfully sold a new pilot to the network about an orphaned young girl who is taken in by a grumpy older man. The pilot was about a relationship between the two characters. NBC’s programming president Brandon Tartikoff gave his blessing to the idea, and he was the one who came up with the moniker Punky Brewster for both the character and the series (after a girl he had known in his youth).
NBC chose Cherie to play Punky’s (Soleil Moon Frye) best friend, Cherie, a character that was based on Cherie and given her name. Punky was modeled after Cherie, and Cherie was given her name.
Punky Brewster was an instant hit with the younger demographic, and Cherie maintained her role as the fictional Cherie throughout the entirety of the series run (1984–86 on NBC, and 1987–88 in first-run syndication).
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