Brad Johnson, Actor in Steven Spielberg’s ‘Always,’ Dies at 62
Brad Johnson, the onetime rodeo cowboy and “Marlboro Man” who starred
opposite Holly Hunter and Richard Dreyfuss in the Steven Spielberg romantic drama
, has died.
Johnson died Feb. 18 of complications from COVID-19 in Fort Worth,
Texas, his rep, Linda McAlister, told
The Hollywood Reporter
was recently alerted about his death.
For director John Milius, Johnson portrayed a bombardier in
Flight of the
(1991) as well as Henry Nash, one of the men under
the command of Teddy Roosevelt, in the 1997 TNT
, starring Tom Berenger.