Alana Johnson is an actor-writer-waitress - because, let's be honest - from NYC. She holds a B.A. in Economics and Journalism & Media Studies (that's one) from Rutgers University, although she has no idea where it actually is.
She's been acting to look for it since graduation.
She's studied at Stella Adler's Acting Studio, The Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater, and Studio 4 where she was cast to workshop a James Franco-original musical and as a lead in a horror film produced by Franco's camp.
On-screen credits include ID's Street Justice:The Bronx, the comedic pilot Young Grasshopper, the feature film Matters of the Heart (M.O.T.H), and several award-winning short films and web series. Stage credits include Letters From The Ghetto, a new, original musical, and One Summer Evening directed by David Van Asselt of the Rattlestick Theater.
She, too, is the co-creator of an award-winning comedic web series called Two Grown, which all decent human beings will subscribe to at YouTube.com/twogrown. She thanks you in advance.