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Jeffrey Johns was a singer and dancer from Season 4 of America's Got Talent. He was eliminated in the audition round.

Background[]

Jeffrey Johns, a librarian, is 5 feet and 3 inches tall. Jeffrey A Johns started singing and dancing ever since he was old enough to walk and talk. He was performing in his church choir before he even knew how to read. At a young age, he performed in local theatre and the oldest running Minstrel Show in the world. When he wasn't on stage, Jeffrey was a competitive swimmer and a Boy Scout. After high school Jeffrey went off to college and continued studying theatre, but decided he also wanted to focus on children's entertainment. He graduated from Manhattanville College with a degree in Elementary Education and Performance.

Following college, Jeffrey moved to California where he performed at Disneyland, with regional theater companies, on national/international tours, sweeping movie theatre floors, and living off peanut butter and jelly while enjoying the life of an actor. Eventually, he headed to Las Vegas performing with the cast of Naked Boys Singing and Tony 'n Tina's Wedding at the Planet Hollywood. With his return to California, Jeffrey continued to perform in theatre, but he also started working in film and television. He appeared on a variety of television series, web-series, and feature films. He wrote a children's book entitled, "Have You Ever Tried To Stop The Rain?" and the feature film, Waiting In The Wings: The Musical. 1

Audition[]

Jeffrey Johns' audition in Episode 403 consisted of singing "Bigger Isn't Better" from the musical Barnum and dancing. Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff both buzzed the act. Piers, Sharon Osbourne, and David all voted "No", eliminating Jeffrey from the competition.

Audition All Stars[]

Jeffrey Johns performed as one of the eleven Audition All Stars in the Season 4 America's Got Talent finale. His role in Episode 426 consisted of singing and dancing to McFadden & Whitehead's "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" with the others.

After the Show[]

Jeffrey Johns auditioned again for Season 7 with the Vaudeville Vixens. The act was not televised, but they again failed to make it past the auditions.

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