|Maggie, Inc.||617-536-2639||TV & TH VO||Boston|
|Waterfront - Trash Talk, Episode 4||Principal - Nurse||CBS - DIR: Chris Misiano|
|Slave Catchers, Slave Resistors||Principal - Cecelia||Northern Lights Productions / The History Channel|
|Art Speak - Art Walk||Principal - Host / Interviewer||Community Network Television|
|Burundi (Africa) National TV||Principal - Music Video Host||Burundi Government|
|Fairpoint "Our Word"||Principal - Conference Room Woman||Hill, Holiday|
|John's Auto Sales||Principal - Spokesperson||Comcast Spotlight|
|Foxwoods Resort and Casino - Wild Side||Hotel Guest and Casino Patron||Kaplan Thaler Group LTD|
|The Well||Principal - Betty||Northern Lights / New York Historical Society Museum|
|The Women||Stand-In & Photo Double (Jada Pinkett Smith)||DIR: Diane English|
|STAGE READING - Rhode Island Int. Film Festival||Lead Female - Emily, Tamika||Brain Brawl by Kat Candler|
|STAGE READING - Rhode Island Int. Film Festival||Lead Female - Neesha (opposite Danny Trejo)||Two Dollar Window by Rich Herstek|
|"WHO..."||Supporting - Seba||Webisode: www.AjakweTV.com|
|"Carbon Monoxide ~ The Silent Killer"||Principal - Sara||Industrial|
|"Ann Taylor"||Principal - Client||Industrial|
|"National Geographic"||Principal - Presenter||Industrial|
|"Beyond This Mortal Toil"||Principal - Betty||Industrial|
|"Time Warner ~ It's About Choices"||Supporting Player - Sylvia||Industrial|
|Seba's OFFICIAL website||http://www.SebaJohnson.com|
Seba Johnson feels right at home in front of the camera. With years of experience of on-camera work, Seba's interest in Television and Film begin at the Winter Olympic Games in Calgary, Canada when she became the Youngest Alpine Ski Racer in Olympic History, at the age of FOURTEEN.
Seba continued to be the youngest skier in International Competition while racing in two World Alpine Ski Championships and Women's World Cup Downhill races. During her Olympic career Seba was the subject of articles and interviews for ABC, NBC, CNN, CBS, Good Morning America, ESPN, BET, New York Times, USA Today, JET Magazine, cover of Illustre Magazine, and other international media.
Upon retiring from Olympic ski racing, after competing in her second Winter Olympic Games in Albertville, France, Seba had the honor to Host a show on Burundi, Africa's Government Television -- during one of her many Mercy Missions in Burundi.
Her love of being in front of the camera lead Seba to her present years as an Actress for Film and Television.
Seba is a graduate of Howard University and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Though Seba was born on USA territory, her mother (a native of New Hampshire) is of English and Slovenian decent and her father belongs to the Tutsi Tribe of Burundi, Africa. Her English ancestors were the first settlers of the seacoast area that joins New Hampshire with Maine.
From an early age she has traveled the world several times and fell in love with the countries of her fathers native land of Africa and her mothers roots in Europe.
She was raised a vegan since-birth and was once disqualified from a World Cup ski race because she refused to wear a ski suit that had a patch of leather sewn into it. Seba's ethical and moral refusal to wear leather made more press attention than the winner of the ski race!
Now and again, to this day, Seba is recognized by celebrities and fans who followed her ski racing career when she made history as the "Youngest Alpine Ski Racer in Olympic History" -- a title she holds to this day (along with "The First and Only Black Female Ski Racer in Olympic History.")
Seba got the acting bug while filming commercials in Austria for her ski sponsors. Since then she has worked on films, TV, commercials, and industrials. She is currently looking for a publisher for her book of memoirs... offers are welcomed!