G. Randyl Johnson was born and raised in Moosup, CT. He began acting at the age of 20. After being seen in “The Woman’s Guild” and “Let There Be Light” (Starring as the young Thomas Edison) at the Eugene O’Neill Theater center, G. Randyl was offered a scholarship to attend the prestigious National Theater Institute. Upon completion of the program, he headed to New York where he was featured in and starred in such projects as "LIP" on Oprah’s Oxygen network, "Naked by the River:, and other Indie features and pilots. G. Randyl wrote the feature film "Inclusions" in which he starred and directed. "Inclusions" won best feature at the Northampton Film Festival. In addition, "Inclusions" raised over $30,000 for Make-a-Wish Foundation at the premiere. Since then he has been concentrating on writing screen plays and pilots. He directed and starred in his own pilot "Last Chance" in early in 2018. Shooting that pilot is where he met his co-star A.J. Ryder and they formed Pax Aurora, LLC. and Big Stick Comics. G. Randyl Johnson is now living in Los Angeles and working on "Last Chance" (Comedy TV Show), "Samurai Cowboy" (Sci-Fi Fantasy feature film and comic book), "The Countdown" (TV pilot), "Pool" (Dark Comedy feature film), "Doors Of Darwinski" (SCI-FI feature film), and "Prom Kings" (Comedy feature film).