Amy Jo Johnson was born on 6 October 1970, in Dennis, Massachusetts USA, and is an actress probably best known for being a part of projects such as “Flashpoint”, “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” and “The Division”. She was part of the original cast of “Power Rangers”, and has also made guest appearances on other shows. All of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Amy Jo Johnson? As of mid-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $300,000, mostly earned through her career as an actress now spanning more than 20 years. Aside from that, she’s also had a successful career as a singer and is known to write songs as well. As she continues her career it is expected that her wealth will increase.
Amy Jo Johnson Net Worth $300,000
Johnson attended Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School, and was originally a gymnast before fully pursuing acting. She moved to New York City at the age of 18 and would attend the American Musical and Acting Academy as well as the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. She moved to Los Angeles to audition for “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers”, and was cast in the role of Pink Power Ranger Kimberly Ann Hart. One of the reasons she was chosen was because of her gymnastics background, and the show would gain a significant amount of success. She left the show in 1995, and would then appear in “Susie Q” and “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” which were produced by Disney. Two years later she became a part of “Killing Mr. Griffin” which was based on a novel, and “Perfect Body”. She then reprised her role of Kimberly Hart in the film “Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie”. In 1998, she was cast in the series “Felicity” and became part of the show for three years, making several appearances during the fourth and final season.
In the 2000s, she continued appearing in various shows such as “ER” and “Spin City”. She then appeared in the fourth season of “The Division”, and would go on and make a string of television movies, including “Fatal Trust” and “Magma: Volcanic Disaster”. She then tried her hand at independent films, with “Islander” and “Veritas, Prince of Truth”. In 2008, she became a cast member of “Flashpoint” and was subsequently nominated for a Gemini Award thanks to her performances. One of her latest series is “Covert Affairs” in which she has a recurring role.
Aside from her acting career, Amy is known to have a music career, and has already released three albums, entitled “The Trans-American Treatment”, “Imperfect”, and “Never Broken”. Her singing skills are often displayed in her shows and she’s performed a few songs in “Flashpoint”.
Over the course of her career, Amy has won several awards mostly for her independent work, in events such as the Long Island Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, and the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival.
For her personal life, it is known that she has been married to Olivier Giner since 2000, and they have a daughter. The family currently resides in Toronto.
Her maternal grandfather was a Portuguese immigrant, from the Azores. Her other ancestry is English, and a smaller amount of French-Canadian.
Became a Canadian Citizen in June 2015. Now has dual citizenship.
Bears such as strong resemblance to fellow actress Jennifer Garner, fans often confuse the two, and whenever this happens, Johnson takes it in stride and sometimes signs autographs as Garner if asked for one.
Gave birth at age 38, to her 1st child, a daughter named Francesca Christine Giner, on December 1, 2008 at 9:09 p.m., weighing 7 lbs., 1 oz. Her middle name honors Amy's late mother. Child's father is her fiancé (now husband) Olivier Giner.
Married Olivier Giner, her longtime boyfriend and father of her 8-month-old daughter named Francesca. [August 2009]
Decided to leave Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) midway through the third season because she was ready to move on and find other acting opportunities.
In 2007-present she lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
She cites the main reason for her departure from Felicity (1998) in 2000 was that she needed to grieve for her mother. Her mother had died two years previously and she felt that being on such a prominent show hadn't given her the time or space to do so.
Wrote story 'Memories of My Mother' in the book 'Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul on Tough Stuff'.
Chipped the bone in one of her elbows in Gymnastics.
Now in a band named "Amy Jo Johnson" which released a CD in 2001.
Attended Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School, So. Yarmouth, Massachusetts.
Hobbies: Lead Singer/Guitarist for band Valhalla.
August 19, 1998, her mother, Christine, died of uterine cancer, with which she had struggled for ten months. In January 1998, she won the role of Julie Emrick on Felicity (1998) but considered turning it down to be with her mother, during her last days.
My fondest memory of Power Rangers was just being a kid and hanging out with the cast and crew. We had such a great time on and off set. We were like a family. Lots of very fun parties and laughs.
[on the question if she likes behind the scenes work in oppose to acting] Yes, I do. I feel more comfortable behind the camera for some reason. I think it's where I was meant to be. The 20 years I spent in front of the camera has been the best training ground on so many levels for me. I do still enjoy acting, but my heart is in writing and directing.
[Being asked if she would make a cameo in any of the upcoming Power Rangers films] I did hear about this and would absolutely do a cameo in these films if I were asked. What fun would that be!
[on asking if she kept any props from her time on the Power Rangers show] I wish I did!! Would come in handy right now with our Indiegogo campaign for my first feature film The Space Between. Ah well...
[on her transition from kids shows to drama shows] I think I just grew up. At a certain point I'm just not a kid anymore. But boy did I ride that out! I was 28 years old when I played Julie Emrick on Felicity. Love that!!
My mom taught me to go after my dreams. I have this faith in myself that I must have gotten from her. I believe I can do anything. If I decide I want to be a doctor tomorrow, I'm going to be a doctor. Amy Jo Johnson, discussing memories of her mother; Teen People, December 1999