With that voice, Ben Patrick Johnson is instantly recognizable anywhere he's heard. He's been the voice for Entertainment Tonight, the man behind those CBS ads promoting their nightly line ups, a fixture narrating movie trailers, and numerous other voice over appearances that have catapulted him into mainstream celebrity status with ease. His sexy good looks just complete the package. Ben has it all.
And I do mean all. He's a tireless human rights activist. As the founder of The Ben Patrick Johnson Foundation, his work benefits LGBT issues, education, and interfaith tolerance. Ben believes passionately in the issues that face the world today and his vision of America is one where the term "with liberty and justice for all" includes everyone.
Ben is also a bestselling author. With such popular titles as In and Out In Hollywood, Third and Heaven, One Size Fits All, and most recently a historical novel called If The Rains Don't Cleanse, Ben keeps readers turning pages with glee. Fans everywhere eagerly await his next book. With such hits to his credit so far, one can understand why without difficulty.
Ben is also a friend. I've interviewed him twice and we've been internet pals for more than three years. He is a genuine person who gives his all to anything he's into. His is an example that inspires all.