Johnny Docs (born August 13, 1996 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American actor, rapper, director and photographer and is one of the Board of Directors of Cyberstars Entertainment. He is a member of the We Are Culture Creators collective, as well as the founder of Generation iLL and Speak Ur Mind Entertainment.

As an actor, he made his debut in Cyberstars, and would later on appear in the Graffiti series as Jerome Briggs.


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Johnny was born August 13, 1996 in Detroit, Michigan.

He began rapping at a young age, taking on the moniker Johnny Doc$ from his middle name Giovanni, though he would drop the "$" from his name around 2019. He would go on to establish the rap collective Generation iLL: The Army, alongside future Cyberstars co-star Demonte Thompson, and Speak Ur Mind Entertainment, in 2013 and 2014, respectively.

Johnny began acting professionally in 2014, joining the Creative Arts Spirit of Excellence (CASOE) Group and subsequently meeting Cortez Andre. In 2015, he would be the last member of the initial Cyberstars cast to join, making his official debut in Blind Date (Episode 1, Part 1), though he appeared in The Interview and Codename: Kids Next Door - Next Generation, and was briefly heard in DK for President.

In 2016, Johnny joined We Are Culture Creators, a Hip Hop media arts collective and record label, as a director, event organizer, and camera man.

In 2017, he starred in Johnny Karate, a short film by June Bae.


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