Johnson, the former rodeo and “Marlboro Man,” died February 18 in Fort Worth, Texas, from complications from COVID-19, his representative, Linda McAllister, told the trade magazine. His death was not announced until this week.
“Although he took it very early, he lived life to the fullest and taught his children to do the same,” his family said in a statement sent to The Hollywood Reporter. “Brad greatly enjoyed improving and enhancing the land, in a way that preserves and respects its natural beauty. He always felt at home in the great outdoors, and his passion for the land was evident. As much as he loved cowboys, hunting and the land, Brad loved nothing more than his family.”
according to His IMBD pageJohnson had a long career in television that began in the mid-1980s that also included parts in several films. The list of his acting works included the series “Need Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times”, “Soldier of Fortune” and “House of Justice”.
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