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Johnson's first appeared in film with My Family in 1995. He then had guest roles on the following TV shows: Diagnosis Murder (1995), Walker, Texas Ranger (1997), Sunset Beach (1997), Jag (1997, 2004), and Babylon 5 (1998). From 1998 to 1999, he appeared on The WB's television show Hyperion Bay as local bully Nelson Tucker.
He is well-known for his role as the High School Musical series' Coach Jack Bolton, father of star player Troy Bolton (Zac Efron). He was invited to audition by director Kenny Ortega, who became a family friend after Johnson's mother's work as a hair stylist on the set of Newsies. Ortega persuaded executives to accept Johnson for the role after he auditioned with little background knowledge on his role.
Johnson had a recurring role on the TV series The Client List for Lifetime as Beau Berkhalter as well as on Gortimer Gibbon's Life On Normal Street for Amazon, alongside his wife Robyn Lively and their three children. He starred in a Hallmark movie, The Christmas Spirit, alongside Nicollette Sheridan. Johnson also appeared in the 2013 vampire comedy Vamp U. He portrayed Senator Gordon H. Smith in The Saratov Approach, a film based on the 1998 kidnapping of LDS missionaries in Saratov, Russia. He has worked on multiple projects with his brothers, including a short film about the brothers' adventures in Mexico entitled "The Run," as well as "Waffle Street," an independent movie filmed in Lehi, Utah. He appeared alongside wife Robyn Lively and actress Katee Sackhoff in the independent film Lockdown (later renamed A Deadly Obsession) in 2011. In 2018, he played Papa March in a modern-day adaptation of Little Women. In 2020, he appeared as Siena Agudong's character's father on Hawaii Five-0.
Johnson is the owner of the Johnson Mill Bed & Breakfast in Midway, Utah, near Park City, Utah. According to a 2008 website article WorkHomeYou.com, Redbook determined it to be one of the four most romantic in the country. In 2012, it was awarded the AAA Four Diamond Award. Johnson converted the bed and breakfast into a treatment center for those recovering from drug addictions.