THE LAST STAND
JOHNNY KNOXVILLE (Lewis Dinkum), who rapidly gained fame as a co-creator and star of the controversial MTV reality series "Jackass," is one of Hollywood's most sought-after talents.
Johnny starred in and produced the box-office hits, JACKASS: THE MOVIE, JACKASS NUMBER TWO and JACKASS 3D. On October 15, 2010 JACKASS 3D was #1 at the box office earning $50 million dollars during its opening weekend setting a record for biggest October debut. JACKASS 3D was the third-straight #1 opening for Paramount's franchise. He has also been seen in THE RINGER for the Farrelly Brothers opposite Katherine Heigl, and starred as Luke Duke in Warner Bros hit THE DUKES OF HAZZARD with Seann William Scott. Before that he was seen in LORDS OF DOGTOWN directed by Catherine Hardwicke and co-starring Heath Ledger and Emile Hirsch. Prior to LORDS OF DOGTOWN, Knoxville starred in a wide variety of films including the John Waters ensemble comedy, A DIRTY SHAME with Tracey Ullman, Chris Isaak and Selma Blair. He was also seen in MGM's box-office hit WALKING TALL, starring opposite Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, as well as Barry Sonnenfeld's sequel MEN IN BLACK II.
Johnny and his Dickhouse Production partners, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze have produced shows for MTV including NITRO CIRCUS, ROB AND BIG and THE DUDESONS. He also produced the critically acclaimed documentaries THE WILD AND WONDERFUL WHITES OF WEST VIRGINIA and BIRTH OF BIG AIR about famed BMX biker Matt Hoffman.
In addition to THE LAST STAND with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Knoxville will also co-star in SMALL APARTMENTS starring alongside Billy Crystal and James Caan directed by Jonas Akerlund . In fall of 2012, he stared in the comedy FUN SIZE opposite Victoria Justice and Chelsea Handler and was seen in NATURE CALLS.
Currently, Knoxville and his cousin Roger Alan Wade host a Sirius Radio Show on Outlaw Channel 60 called THE BIG ASS HAPPY FAMILY JUBILEE. Knoxville's show airs Saturdays at 8pm ET.
Born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Johnny became interested in acting at an early age. At the age of 18, he moved to California to pursue his acting career and supported himself through appearing in commercials, and occasionally writing for magazines such as BLUNT, BIKINI and BIG BROTHER. In 1997, Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze pitched their idea for JACKASS to MTV and thus began his acting career.
Knoxville currently lives in Los Angeles.
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