Tim Johnson Jr. from the first season of The Four will be making a return to the small screen! He will appear in season two of Hulu’s original comedy series, Future Man. Tim booked a recurring role as Jimmy, a former child star who will be the first boy on Mars.
To jog your memory, here he is in his dynamic first performance on The Four:
Tim went on to become a semi-finalist on the inaugural season of The Four.
You might also remember, acting is nothing new for Tim Johnson Jr. Growing up, Tim got his big break when he was cast as Young Simba in the musical Lion King. And more recently, he played Jermaine Swallow in the comedy series Hit the Road on Audience Network. He also had minor roles in the movies Fist Fight and Pacific Rim: Uprising.
But this role in Future Man is huge for him! Hulu produces the show, which stars Josh Hutcherson. Josh plays a janitor by day and world-ranked gamer by night. After mysterious visitors from the future specifically choose him to save the world, Josh’s character is tasked with preventing the extinction of humans. No small task!
Here’s a trailer for the show’s first season:
And that’s not all! Tim has even more acting gigs lined up. Currently in production, he has a guest role on CBS’s new series FBI and will be on the big screen in The House Next Door, which hits theaters in October.