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Selected list of Bryan Johnson film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


2012
Comic Book Men (2012) (TV Show)
Himself

2001
Steve-Dave Pulasti

2000
Vulgar (2000)
Syd Gilbert

2000
Clerks (2000) (TV Show)
Steve-Dave Pulasti

1999
Dogma (1999)
Protestor #1

1995
Mallrats (1995)
Steve Dave

Director Credits


2000
Vulgar (2000)
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Editor Credits


2000
Vulgar (2000)
-

Other Crew Credits


1997
Chasing Amy (1997)
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1995
Mallrats (1995)
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Producer Credits


2000
Vulgar (2000)
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Thanks Credits


2000
-

1999
Dogma (1999)
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1994
Clerks. (1994)
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Self


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Bryan Lee Johnson (born on December 7, 1967) is a writer, actor, podcaster, screenwriter and comic book writer associated with Kevin Smith and the View Askewniverse. He is best known by his local fame in New Jersey and appearances in filmmaker Smith's New Jersey films as comic book fan Steve-Dave Pulasti. He was also the basis for the Clerks character Randal Graves. Through his friendship with Smith, he was often involved in his productions until Smith moved to Los Angeles. He worked briefly at the Los Angeles branch of Smith's comic book store, Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash. He became co-host of the Tell 'Em Steve-Dave! podcast with friend Walt Flanagan and Brian Quinn. He also stars in the AMC reality series Comic Book Men.

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Film director, screenwriter, actor, comics writer, podcaster, reality television personality
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1995 - present

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