Hassan Johnson

Hassan Johnson
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hassan Johnson is an American actor from Staten Island, NY, born November 19, 1976. His most noted performance was appearing on the HBO program The Wire as Wee-Bey Brice. His first acting role was in the 1995 Spike Lee film Clockers. He also had a significant role in the motion picture In Too Deep, which was based on a true story. He also had a recurring role on ER as Darnell Thibeaux. Johnson has a small role in Brooklyn's Finest. He has also appeared in Mýa's music video for "Fallen", Killarmy's music video "Fair, Love & War, The Roots music video for "Break You Off", GZA's music video for "Knock Knock", Obie Trice's music video for "Snitch", Jay-Z's music video for "Anything", 50 Cent's music video "Just a Lil Bit" and alongside DMX and Nas in the movie Belly. Johnson also played a small role in Entourage as rapper Saigon's manager. He has recently modeled for Shady LTD Clothing.
Name Hassan Johnson
Also Known As Hassan Iniko Johnson
Birthday
Gender Male
IMDB Hassan Johnson profile on IMDB
Place of Birth
As: Latique
1999-08-25
In Too Deep...
As: KP
2007-10-27
I Tried...
As: Beamer
2009-01-16
Brooklyn's Finest...
As: Mark
1998-11-04
Belly...
As: Silence
2000-11-13
Amour Infinity: A Br...
As: Clinton
2010-06-10
Gun...
As: Paul
2014-07-18
An American in Holly...
As: Murray
2015-06-30
Staten Island Summer...
As: Iniko
1999-09-04
Black and White...
As: Skills
1995-09-15
Clockers...
As: Bobby Brown
2017-10-08
Bobbi Kristina...
As: Craig
2014-12-12
Top Five...
As: Accomplice
2002-10-25
Paid in Full...
As: Joe
2018-11-30
Blood Brother...
As: Unknown
1999-09-20
Law & Order: Special...
As: Unknown
2002-06-02
The Wire...
As: Agent Pete Maguire
2013-09-23
The Blacklist...
As: Himself
2004-11-23
My Coolest Years...