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  Johnny Knoxville Photos - Johnny Knoxville News - Johnny Knoxville Information
More Pictures Philip John Clapp (better known as Johnny Knoxville), the 30 year old 6'1" host of MTV' Jackass, was born on March 11, 1971 and raised in Knoxville, Tennesse.
Johnny played Jeffey Dahmer in The Ringer, a movie about a guy who pretends to be mentally challenged to fix the special Olympics.
Join sadomasochistic superheroes Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, and the rest of the Jackass crew as they terrorize your TV screens and everyone that gets in their way (especially themselves)...
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  Johnny Knoxville
Johnny Knoxville became both a beloved goofball and a lightning rod for controversy as soon as his signature TV show, Jackass, premiered on MTV in 2000.
Knoxville was born Philip John Clapp in Knoxville, TN, on March 11, 1971, son of a used car salesman.
Knoxville would later joke that surviving this period convinced him he was invincible, making possible his future vocation as a performer who would injure himself for laughs.
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  Johnny Knoxville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Johnny Knoxville (born Philip John "P.J." Clapp on March 11, 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee) is an American comic actor, best known as the co-creator and principal star of the MTV series Jackass.
Knoxville is the cousin of Roger Alan Wade.
Knoxville also participated in the Gumball 3000 for the Jackass TV series along with fellow Jackass stars Steve-O, Chris Pontius, as well as the Jackass director Jeff Tremaine.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Johnny Knoxville
Johnny Knoxville (born Philip John Clapp on March 11, 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee) is an American comic actor, best known as the co-creator and principal star of the MTV series Jackass.
Knoxville's Ray is a character so close to his celebrity persona as to verge on parody; it even looks as though he supplied his own wardrobe, for Christ's sake.
Johnny Knoxville's continuing to behave as he did when he was a ringmaster for a crew of barely socialized man-children is unseemly.
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 Johnny Knoxville: Rude, crude, and misconstrued - The Boston Globe
Johnny Knoxville: Rude, crude, and misconstrued - The Boston Globe
Knoxville, seen most recently in "Walking Tall" opposite the Rock, is impossibly proud of his part in the movie, as well as of the movie, made by someone who shares his taste for the outlandish.
Knoxville says the only two people who should never see "A Dirty Shame" are his mother and his 8 1/2-year-old daughter, who, Knoxville said, "knows daddy and his friends were in the TV for a while doing silly things."
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 Johnny Knoxville
Johnny Knoxville was born Philip John Clapp on 11 March 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Johnny Knoxville also played Luke Duke, with Jessica Simpson playing Daisy Duke, in a film based on the television series The Dukes of Hazzard.
Johnny Knoxville is married to Melanie and they have a daughter, Madison, whose name is, reportedly, tattooed on Johnny's chest.
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 Johnny Knoxville Biography
Philip John Clapp (better known as Johnny Knoxville), the 6'1" host of MTV' Jackass, was born on March 11, 1971 and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Johnny quickly became a cult hit and soon there was a bidding war between MTV and Comedy Central to land him a TV show.
That's when Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze pitched the idea of Jackass to MTV...it would combine part of the Big Brother Crew with the East Coast CKY crew (skateboarding pranksters Bam Margera, Brandon DiCamillo, and Ryan Dunn) and would allow the three producers creative control.
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 Johnny Knoxville , Celebrity profile, bio, biography
Johnny Knoxville, who rapidly gained fame as the creator and star of the controversial MTV reality series Jackass, has exploded into the movie arena and quickly become one of Hollywood's most sought-after talents.
Knoxville will next be seen in the highly anticipated ensemble comedy A Dirty Shame and he is currently shooting The Ringer for the Farrelly Brothers.
Knoxville was last seen in the box-office smash feature film version of his highly successful Jackass series.
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 MENinMOVIES.com: Johnny Knoxville Filmography
The show, which featured Knoxville and his friends executing a variety of stupid pranks and dangerous stunts, made an instant star of its hip, easygoing, developmentally arrested host, who was quickly signed on for a variety of film projects.
Knoxville would later joke that surviving this period convinced him he was invincible, making possible his future vocation as a performer who would injure himself for laughs.
As if one Knoxville wasn't enought to keep fans in stitches, the death-defying funnyman turned up as a two-headed alien in Men in Black II before taking his small screen antics to the silver screen, unrestrained by the restrictions of television, in Jackass: The Movie (both 2002).
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 Johnny Knoxville @ Filmbug
Directed by Catherine Hardwicke and co-starring Heath Ledger and Emile Hirsch, it tells the story of a group of young skateboarders raised in the mean streets of Dogtown in Venice, California.
Prior to Lords of Dogtown, Knoxville starred in a wide variety of films including the John Waters ensemble comedy A Dirty Shame with Tracey Ullman, Chris Isaak and Selma Blair.
In the Fall, Knoxville will be seen in Daltry Calhoun, produced by Quentin Tarantino and The Ringer for the Farrelly Brothers.
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 The Johnny Knoxville Picture Pages
American actor Johnny Knoxville captured the public's attention when he hosted and took part in outrageously dangerous stunts on the MTV comedy show Jackass (2000-2001).
Since his early years, Johnny, who suffered from asthma and nearly died from having the flu, pneumonia and bronchitis all at same time, was an athletic daredevil with a weird sense of humor.
Johnny, who has his wife's name tattooed on his chest over his heart, married clothing designer Melanie in 1997 and became a father to their daughter Madison.
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During a recent interview with Johnny Knoxville, the Dukes of Hazzard star suggests drinking a round of tequila shots "stuntman"-style,...
AP - During a recent interview with Johnny Knoxville, the "Dukes of Hazzard" star suggests drinking a round of tequila shots "stuntman"-style, which entails snorting the salt and squirting the lime juice in your eye.
When the producers announced their remake of Dukes of Hazzard with Johnny Knoxville and Seann William Scott, they invited John Schneider (Bo Duke in the hit 70s TV series) to get involved.
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 On-Set Interview: Johnny Knoxville for "The Dukes of Hazzard"
First up we were waiting for Johnny Knoxville to show up, the funny thing about Johnny is that not to long ago before JACKASS he use to do what we are doing now, going to junkets, going to set visits.
Johnny Knoxville: No, no, I was just, yeah, I stopped at the liquor store and they had "Big Black Butt" and you can't afford not to buy it.
Johnny Knoxville: Well, it was, because I got there and it was like 'come shoot with me.' I'm like 'alright'.
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 Johnny Knoxville
Philip John Clapp (better known as Johnny Knoxville), the 31 year old 6'1" host of MTV' Jackass, was born on March 11, 1971 and raised in Knoxville, Tennesse.
But when they got there, Johnny ended up gambling away all their money and they were forced to marry in a smaller church.
Early in his marriage, Johnny supported his family by appearing in commercials (for Taco Bell, Coors Light, and Mountain Dew) and worked on novel (which he never finished) in his free time.
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 Johnny Knoxville - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Johnny Knoxville (born Phillip John Clapp on March 11, 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee) is an American comic actor, best known as the co-creator and principal star of the MTV series Jackass.
He starred with Seann William Scott in the Jay Chandrasekhar adaptation of The Dukes of Hazzard, and with The Rock in Walking Tall.
Next up for Knoxville is Daltry Calhoun, written and directed by Katrina Holden Bronson and produced by Quentin Tarantino.
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 Johnny Knoxville Official Site
Johnny Knoxville will be appearing on David Letterman this Friday night September 15th, Conan O'Brien Tuesday September 19th, Jimmy Kimmel Live Friday September 22nd.
The cast includes Johnny Knoxville as Luke Duke, Seann William Scott as Bo, Burt Reynolds as Boss Hogg, Willie Nelson as Uncle Jessie, and Jessica Simpson as Daisy.
Johnny has been hired by Paramount to produce and star in a film about two rival hot dog vendors.
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 Johnny Knoxville: Biography
But when they got there, Johnny ended up gambling away all their money and they were forced to marry in a smaller church.
Johnny and Melanie are still married and in 1996 they had a daughter, Madison, whose name is tattooed on left side of Johnny's chest.
Johnny quickly became a cult hit and soon there was a bidding war between MTV and Comedy Central to land him a TV show.
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 AskMen.com - Johnny Knoxville
Johnny is so eager to keep America entertained that he has voluntarily put leeches in his mouth, entered a rental car in a demolition derby and made himself into a human bowling ball.
In 1997, Johnny pitched a story idea to Big Brother Magazine in which he planned to document the effects of being pepper sprayed, tasered, and shot with a stun gun and a.38.
i love johnny knoxville he is so funny especillay in the movies jackass, the dukes of hazzards and men in fl 2.
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 Rotten Tomatoes: Johnny Knoxville Celebrity Profile
As avid fans of pain-derived comedy may recall, when Jackass Number Two was released last year, head Jackass Johnny Knoxville mentioned the possibility of more footage eventually being released to the public -- and now, as Slashfilm reports, it may be on its way.
Johnny Knoxville says that -- while there is nothing definitive in the works per se -- he plans to shoot some footage that may grow into a second sequel.
Johnny Knoxville on Mac & Slater Tuesday 9/19 at 2 pm Central Everyone’s favorite jackass Johnny Knoxville will be on the air with talk show duo Mac & Slater Tuesday, Septemb...
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 Johnny Knoxville: he shot himself in the chest, set himself on fire and had run-ins with the police, now everyone's ...
Johnny Knoxville: he shot himself in the chest, set himself on fire and had run-ins with the police, now everyone's favorite jackass takes a shot at the big screen - Interview Interview - Find Articles
Johnny Knoxville: he shot himself in the chest, set himself on fire and had run-ins with the police, now everyone's favorite jackass takes a shot at the big screen - Interview
JOHNNY KNOXVILLE: I was watching the news one night, and it showed a guy getting pepper-sprayed.
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 Film: Big Trouble and Jackass, The Movie
Other actors (even the director) from the film "Big Trouble" are available, but the consensus among the press is that Johnny is the man we're all here to see.
Johnny eventually arrives with a smile and a "just woke up look" unshaven face.
No, I was just writing for magazines under Johnny Knoxville and I thought it was a ridiculous enough name.
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 Johnny Knoxville Movies   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Johnny Knoxville And Steve O must be mad to even think about doing this.
From Jackass season 1, Johnny Knoxville pretends to be blind and goes for a drive.
Johnny Knoxville attempts to ride his big red rocket into space.
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The 34-year-old is unerringly polite, addressing a waiter as ``sir'' and his interviewer as ``ma'am'' in a low, slow voice with a slight twang that emerges now and again.
Then again, Knoxville doesn't seem to regret much, except maybe having created a fan base that sometimes menaces him in bars with lighted cigarettes.
Knoxville is excellent in his first serious lead – his constant hangdog expression and unswerving loyalty to his friend’s wishes make him an endearing character you really root for.
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 Johnny Knoxville | The A.V. Club
If Johnny Knoxville died tomorrow, the world would probably remember him this way: splayed out on the ground, in a slight daze, slowly rousing himself from a fall or collision that was probably more painful than it looked.
In Jackass Number Two, Knoxville is seen recovering from his 3,000th or so bad idea, which involved riding an old-timey bicycle—the kind with the giant front wheel and tiny back one—off a ramp.
Johnny Knoxville: He was trying to convince me that we should do another one, and I said, "How do we top it?" And he goes, "We don't have top it; we just have to be funny." It seemed to take all the pressure off.
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 Johnny Knoxville & Steve-O's Palace of Jackass
Johnny was married to clothing designer, Melanie, and they had one daughter, Madison.
Johnny almost died when he was eight when he came down with the flu, pneumonia and bronchitis all at once.
Johnny used to write for a skateboarding magazine and wrote a story about safety equipment.
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