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The coronavirus pandemic across the United States has left talent unemployed and in need of your support.
1) Submit your performance details, including your offered price
2) Once Cherie Johnson confirms, pay online to secure your reservation
3) Special Guest will personally connect you with Cherie Johnson
4) We'll hold your payment in escrow, to be disbursed after the gig
5) Enjoy your performance!
Cherie Johnson (born November 21, 1975 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA), is an American actress, author, columnist, executive producer, producer, and writer. She is of African American and Puerto Rican descent. Johnson first rose to fame, at age six, when she appeared on Punky Brewster (1984) as the fictional character, “Cherie”, and the show aired from 1984-1988 in first-run syndication on NBC (National Broadcasting Corporation). “Punky Brewster” later expanded into a cartoon series titled Punky Brewster (1985), which she contributed her voice for “Little Cherie” and it aired from 1985-1987 on NBC. One of her most recognized acting roles is on Family Matters (1989), where she co-starred as the character, “Maxine”, and the show aired from 1989-1997 on ABC (American Broadcasting Corporation) and on CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) from 1997-1998. With 215 episodes, “Family Matters” is the third longest-running U.S. sitcom with a predominantly African-American cast. She has consistently acted, appeared, co-produced, produced, and sang on projects including Crush – 2013, One Blood – 2012, Fanaddict – 2011, Lights Out – 2010 and 2011, Nobody Smiling – 2010, Spirit of Comedy Volume 2 – 2010, Raven – 2009, I Do… I Did! – 2009, The Intruders – 2009, Dead Tone – 2007, Killer Weekend – 2007, Child Star Confidential
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