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JOHNNY LEWIS

BIOGRAPHY
 
Johnny Lewis

An American actor. Also credited as Johnny K. Lewis.

Lewis began making television appearances while in his late teens with guest starring roles in Boston Public (2000), The Guardian (2001) and American Dreams (2002), among others.

His debut feature film performance premiered in 2004, in New Line Cinema's Raise Your Voice, and he followed that up with Miramax Film's Underclassman in 2005.

Lewis acted in the short-lived FOX television sitcom series Quintuplets as Pearce Chase and appeared in the 2004 movie Raise Your Voice alongside Hilary Duff.

He also guest starred in four episodes of the Nickelodeon television series Drake & Josh as Scottie, one of Drake's bandmates. Lewis played Dennis "Chili" Childress, one of Marissa Cooper's new friends from Newport Union High, on the TV show The O.C.

Lewis is best known for his role as prospect biker Kip "Half-Sack" Epps in the first two seasons of the FX original series Sons of Anarchy.

In Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, Lewis is seen having a star-shaped tattoo on both of his shoulders.

Johnny Lewis was found dead September 26, 2012 in a bizarre scene where LAPD discovered the actor and an 81-year old woman dead.

According to law enforcement sources, 28-year-old Lewis' body was found in the driveway Wednesday morning of a Los Feliz home.

The elderly woman who owned the property was found dead inside. The woman's death is being investigated as a homicide, in which Lewis may be a suspect.

According to multiple reports, neighbors heard the 81-year-old woman screaming, then saw a group of men fighting before Lewis climbed onto the roof and either fell or jumped.
 
 
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