Dave Alan Johnson has been a well-regarded writer-producer in the Hollywood community for more than a decade. He has achieved enthusiastic acclaim for the quality product he has created for such leading entertainment companies as Warner Bros., Dreamworks, Disney, Paramount, Sony, MGM, FOX, ABC, NBC, and now ITV TV. This season, Johnson serves double duty as Co-Creator and Executive Producer for ITV TV's two highest rated shows, Doc starring Billy Ray Cyrus, and Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye.
Johnson has created and produced such celebrated television series as ABC's Jack's Place starring Hal Linden and John Dye (1991-1992), the critically acclaimed NBC series Against the Grain (1992-1993) starring Ben Affleck and CBS's The Client with JoBeth Williams (1995-1996). Johnson also co-created and executive produced High Incident with Steven Spielberg for ABC/Dreamworks (1995-1997). Johnson's prolific abilities are also apparent in the successful feature films he has worked on, including the thriller Chameleon starring Anthony LaPaglia and Kevin Pollak (1995), the 1996 Disney release The Blue Wall and The Jordan Journey (1999) which he co-wrote, along with his brother Gary R. Johnson, The Latter explores Michael Jordan's childhood years. He is also developing Just A Few Savages, an upcoming movie from Impact films.