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Lynn-Holly Johnson, born in Chicago IL, has gone from ice skating to Hollywood stardom to health spokesperson.
As an ice skater Johnson won the silver in the 1974 US Figure Skating Competition. After retiring from competitive skating she joined the Ice Capades.
Her film career began in 1978 opposite Robby Benson in Ice Castles. Films to follow include The Watcher In The Woods (1980) and For Your Eyes Only (1981). After appearing in 15 other feature films she retired from Hollywood to focus on her family. She has been married to Kelly James Givens since November 12, 1994. They have two children.
She refused to do a nude scene in Ice Castles (1978). The producers kept trying to write a nude scene in the movie for her, but she walked off the set and halted production for a day rather than appear nude. Ms. Johnson admitted in a recent interview in People magazine that it tickles her that after all these years, people come up to her and tell her how great a family movie this is and she thinks, "you have no idea!"
In 2010, Lynn-Holly Johnson suffered a stroke on a flight to Newport Beach, CA. Today she is proud to consider herself a stroke survivor. She is a spokesperson for the National Heart Association.