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DWAYNE JOHNSON (Agent 23) most recently starred as a bachelor NFL quarterback who discovers he has a young daughter in the Disney family comedy hit "The Game Plan,” which grossed more than $92 million in the United States and nearly $150 million worldwide.

He has demonstrated his wide range in a number of recent features, including the gritty, critically acclaimed drama "Gridiron Gang,” directed by Phil Janou and based on a true story about a correctional facility counselor who forms a football team of inmates, and "Southland Tales,” directed by Richard Kelly and co-starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Mandy Moore and Seann William Scott, which was selected for competition at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

Johnson previously appeared alongside John Travolta, Uma Thurman and Vince Vaughn in "Be Cool,” for director F. Gary Gray; starred in the 2004 remake of "Walking Tall,” as a sheriff who returns from the Army to find his hometown corrupted; and starred in "The Rundown,” the acclaimed action comedy, directed by Peter Berg and co-starring Seann William Scott, Rosario Dawson and Christopher Walken, a role which solidified his action hero status.

He has numerous projects in development, among them the action adventure "Race to Witch Mountain,” directed by Andy Fickman, which advances the plot of the 1975 favorite "Escape to Witch Mountain.” The film is set to open nationwide March 13, 2009. Born in San Francisco and raised in Hawaii, Johnson excelled as a high school All- American and star defensive lineman for the University of Miami Hurricanes, helping lead his team over huge hurdles to become National Champions. After a stint in the Canadian Football league, he considered a different career after suffering a shoulder injury.

Upon graduating from the University of Miami, Johnson followed in the footsteps of both his WWE Hall of Fame father, Rocky Johnson, and grandfather, Samoan High Chief Peter Maivia, by joining the competitive sports entertainment world of the WWE. Within the seven-year period 1996-2003, his intense passion led to an extraordinarily successful career, simultaneously breaking box office attendance records across the U.S. and setting pay-perview buy rate records. Johnson's character creation of "The Rock” became one of the most charismatic and dynamic characters the industry has ever seen.

A desire to branch out subsequently led him to appear on "Saturday Night Live” in March 2000, surprising many with his comedic talent and helping earn the show's highest rating of that year.

Johnson was subsequently cast by Stephen Sommers in "The Mummy Returns,” his feature film debut, which grossed more than $400 million worldwide. His character was so well-received that it led to a film based on him, "The Scorpion King,” which in 2002 broke box office records with the biggest April opening of all time.

Johnson's autobiography, The Rock Says, became #1 on The New York Times Bestseller List shortly after its publication in January 2000.

He is a devoted father to six-year-old daughter Simone Alexandra and devoted partner to Dany Garcia Johnson.

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