Who is Romy Hero Johnson?

British celebrity child Romy Hero Johnson was born under the zodiac sign Capricorn on 18 January 2012, in London, England. She’s only known for being a daughter of Aaron Taylor Johnson, a British actor who’s appeared in 51 movies and TV series, and has won various awards for his acting skills.

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Education and early life

Romy was raised in London alongside her sister, by their father Aaron and mother Samantha Louise ‘Sam’ Taylor-Johnson, who’s a British film director and artist. Aaron was 18 when he began dating Sam in 2009, who was 42 at that time, and they married on 21 June 2012; Romy also has two half-sisters from her mother’s former marriage.

Romy and her sister are being kept away from media as their parents want them to be able to lead normal lives, however, some believe that Romy’s already begun following in their footsteps and has begun appearing in plays performed at her elementary school, but this remains unconfirmed.

Romy’s set to enroll at local high school in 2026.

Age, height and net worth

Romy’s age is 11. She’s 4ft 7ins (1.4m) tall, weighs around 85lbs (38kgs) and has brown hair and eyes.

Romy doesn’t have her own fortune yet, but her father Aaron’s net worth’s been estimated at over $16 million as of December 2023, and her mother Sam’s at over $20 million.

Who is her father Aaron?

British actor Aaron Perry Johnson was born under the zodiac sign Gemini on 13 June 1990 in High Wycombe, England. He’s perhaps known best for starring as Dave Lizewski in the 2010 action crime comedy movie “Kick-Ass”, which also starred Nicolas Cage and Chloe Grace Moretz, and was written and directed by Matthew Vaughn. It follows a high school student who’s a huge comic book fan, and has now determined to become a superhero; the film won 19 of its 81 award nominations.

Aaron was raised alongside his sister Gemma in High Wycombe, by their father Robert Johnson who’s a civil engineer and mother Sarah who’s a homemaker; Gemma’s also an actress and had a role in the 2002 family movie “Tom & Thomas”. Aaron studied at Holmer Green Senior School prior to progressing to Jackie Palmer Stage School, studied singing, dancing and acting there and from which he matriculated in 2008.

Aaron was only six when he appeared in his first theatre play, and 11 when he made his debut TV series appearance, playing Young Lorimer Black in the 2001 drama “Armadillo”, while his film debut was appearing alongside his sister in the 2002 “Tom & Thomas”. He began attracting attention in 2006, when cast to play Young Eisenheim in the critically acclaimed fantasy mystery movie “The Illusionist”, which starred Edward Norton and Jessica Biel, and was written and directed by Neil Burger. It follows a magician who’s fallen for a woman above his social standing, and the film won 11 of its 23 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Achievement in Cinematography.

Some of Aaron’s roles in the remainder of the 2000s were in the 2007 drama series “Nearly Famous”, the 2008 drama film “Dummy” and the 2010 horror thriller movie “Chatroom”.

He reprised his role as Dave Lizewski in the 2013 action crime comedy movie “Kick-Ass 2”, which also starred Chloe Grace Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and was written and directed by Jeff Wadlow. It follows other people who’ve been inspired by Kick-Ass and have become superheroes, and the film won one of its 10 award nominations.

In 2015, Aaron played Pietro Maximoff aka Quicksilver in the popular action science fiction adventure “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, which starred Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr, and was written and directed by Joss Whedon. It follows the Avengers as they’re fighting a villain which they’ve created, and the film won eight of its 60 award nominations.

Some of Aaron’s most recent roles have been in the 2021 episode “The Beginning” of the animated horror series “Calls”, the 2021 action adventure thriller movie “The King’s Man” and the 2022 action comedy thriller film “Bullet Train”.

Who is Romy’s mother Sam?

British screenwriter, producer and director Samantha Louise ‘Sam’ Taylor-Johnson was born under the zodiac sign Pisces on 4 March 1967 in Croydon, London, England. She’s perhaps still known best for directing the 2009 biographical historical movie “Nowhere Boy”, which starred her husband Aaron, Kristin Scott Thomas and Anne-Marie Duff, and was written by Matt Greenhalgh and Julia Baird. It follows the early life of John Lennon, and the film won six of its 27 award nominations.

Sam was raised in Croydon alongside her sister Ashley and half-brother Kristian, by their mother Geraldine who was an astrologist and yoga teacher, and father David who left the family after Sam turned nine. Sam studied at Beacon Community College (high school) from which she matriculated in 1985, and she continued her education at Goldsmiths, University of London, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1989.

She made her directing debut with the 1996 short film “Misfit”, while some of her following works were the 2001 music video “Elton John: I Want Love”, the 2003 short film “46664 – 1 Minute of Art to Aids” and the 2005 music video “Elton John: Turn the Lights Out When You Leave”. In 2006, Sam directed a segment of the popular drama film “Destricted”, which starred Zoran Brklja, Goran Brklja and Goce Balkovic, and is a compilation of short erotic films.

She went on to work on the 2011 music video “R. E. M: Uberlin”, the 2011 short action “James Bond Supports International Women’s Day” and the 2015 music video “The Weeknd: Earned It”, while the year 2015 also saw her direct the successful romantic thriller movie “Fifty Shades of Grey”, which starred Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan and Jennifer Ehle. It follows literature student Anastasia Steele who’s fallen for billionaire Christian Grey, and the film won nine of its 39 award nominations, including an Oscar win for Film Music.

Some of Sam’s most recent work has been on the 2020 music video “Rhye: Black Rain”, two episodes of the 2021 fantasy science fiction mini-series “Solos” and the 2023 episode “Duck. Quail. Goose. Crow.” of the crime mystery series “Hunters”.

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