How Much Money Does Susan Johnson (Producer) Make? Latest Income Salary



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Susan Johnson is an American film producer and director, known for directing the 2016 comedy film Carrie Pilby and the 2018 feature To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
Johnson began her career as an assistant for the William Morris Agency. In 1992, along with music journalist Kevin Murphy, she founded the music video production company Vendetta Films, which produced the music video for EMF's cover "Search and Destroy", from the Unexplained EP.

The following year, she produced the music videos for four Gloria Estefan songs, including "Mi Tierra", "Con Los AƱos Que Me Quedan", from the album Mi Tierra. She directed Sara Evans videos “Three Chords and the Truth” , “The Cryin’ Game” and “I Don’t Want To See The Light”. In 1998 she directed The Warren Brothers' music video "Guilty", and the following year, she directed their music video "Better Man". In 1999, Johnson directed the music video for Mindy McCready's "All I Want Is Everything", from the album I'm Not So Tough.

Johnson began her film producing career with the coming-of-age film Mean Creek (2004), for which she won the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award and the Humanitas Prize. In 2005, she produced the drama Nearing Grace, starring Jordana Brewster, Gregory Smith, David Morse, and Ashley Johnson, from a script by Jacob Estes which was adapted from the Scott Sommer novel. The following year, Johnson produced the drama film Eye of the Dolphin (2006), starring Jane Lynch, Carly Schroeder, George Harris, Katharine Ross, and Adrian Dunbar.

In 2007, Johnson formed Braveart Films with actor Gregory Smith, and produced the comedy Wieners, starring Kenan Thompson and Darrell Hammond, Zachary Levi, Jenny McCarthy, Andy Milonakis, and Joel Moore. Johnson also produced the Eye of the Dolphin sequel, Beneath the Blue (2010), which starred Paul Wesley.

She made her directorial debut with the film adaptation of Caren Lissner's novel Carrie Pilby, starring Bel Powley, Nathan Lane, and Gabriel Byrne. The film premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, chosen as one of 34 "Special Presentation Films." It was released by The Orchard in March of the following year, then began showing on Netflix in September, 2017. Johnson directed the 2018 film adaptation of Jenny Han's novel To All the Boys I've Loved Before, starring Lana Condor, John Corbett, and Janel Parrish. The film was released by Netflix.
Net Worth:

Susan Johnson (Producer) Net Worth: $100 Million

Susan Johnson (Producer)'s Income / Salary:

Per Year: $20 Million

Per Month: $2 Million

Per Week: $500,000

Per Day:Per Hour: Per Minute:Per Second:
$70,000$3,000$50$1.00

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