Bryce Johnson was born in Reno, Nevada and spent his schooling days in Denver. He caught the acting bug after seeing his older brother Brendon perform in his high school musical, South Pacific. After a brief move to Iowa with his mom and younger brother Brett, he packed his car and headed to Hollywood to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Once in Hollywood, his big break came in 1999 when he was cast in Ryan Murphy's freshman creation Popular as sensitive jock Josh Ford. The show endeared itself to fans and critics alike. After only two short years it amassed a cult following and won multiple awards, including 'Choice Breakout Show' at the Teen Choice Awards.
Bryce went on to guest star in a number of television's top shows, including Dawson's Creek, Gilmore Girls, and seasoned dramas like Nip/Tuck, Without A Trace, Shark, The Mentalist, C.S.I., N.C.I.S., and many, many more.
Drawn to challenging roles and unconventional stories, Bryce starred in the Sundance hits Harry and Max, written and directed by Sundance veteran Chris Munch, and Sleeping Dogs Lie by Sundance newcomer Bobcat Goldthwait. Bryce went on to star in two more of Goldthwait's films, Gob Bless America and Willow Creek.
Other memorable roles include Officer Billy Pierce in MTV's Death Valley and Detective Darren Wilden in ABC Family's smash hit Pretty Little Liars.
Bryce can be seen in the upcoming films Home Sweet Hell starring Patrick Wilson, and Blumhouse Productions' Visions starring Isla Fisher.