Johnny Sanchez is a Brooklyn born actor who graduated from Performing Arts High School (aka La Guardia H.S.) in New York City. After his graduation, Johnny moved to Los Angeles, California where he appeared in several films and TV productions, thus allowing him to expand his body of work and garner more experience.
After several years in Los Angeles, Johnny returned to New York to train intensively with acclaimed acting teacher William Esper. At the same time, he reconnected with his NYC peers and joined the acclaimed LAByrinth Theater Company. Johnny appeared on stage in several of LAByrinth's productions including Paul Calderon's 'Divine Horsemen', David Zaya's '10-13', Stephen-Adly Guirgis's 'Race, Religion and Politics' and Erin Cressida Wilson's 'Trail of Her Inner Thigh' directed by John Gould-Rubin. Johnny was a member of LAByrinth Theater Company for twelve years and still considers LAByrinth a family.
In 2002 Johnny took his first step into producing and developing films. Hi