Always and Left Behind series actor Brad Johnson Dies at 62

People may be gone from our sight but they never gone from our heart so people will always remember him as an great actor.

Brad Johnson, an actor who was well known for his roles in Melrose Place and in Steven Spielberg’s film Always, has passed away at the age of 62.

Brad Johnson died because of Covid-19 complications and a spokeswoman from talent agency Johnson Linda McAlister confirmed the news.

Brad Johnson is father of eight children six daughters and two sons and was married only once to Laurie Johnson.

“Although he was taken too early, he lived life to the fullest and taught his children to do the same,” his family said in a statement.

“Brad was a true renaissance man," his family wrote in Brad Johnson obituary.

“He was not only interested in all life had to offer, but was gifted in it as well,” the family said.

In 1989, he caught the attention of director Spielberg and starred in his romantic fantasy drama Always alongside Holly Hunter and Richard Dreyfuss.

Before that he did commercial and advertisement work for clients like Calvin Klein and the cigarette brand, Marlboro, according to his obituary.