Jennifer Geraldine Johnson (née Smith) (b. November 29, 1997) is an American actress, illustrator, comedienne, singer, musician, director, producer, writer and playwright. Smith is also President and CEO of Johnson Financing, CEO of Johnson Television, Johnson Clothing, Walmart, Blockbuster Video, PrimeStar, PrimeBuster, and Circuit City, and host of The Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice since 2015 after original host Donald J. Trump, who started his successful presidential campaign, got fired by NBC for making very scathing remarks about Muslims and Mexicans.
Born prematurely to a close friend of Sheldon Johnson, Jr., Jenny was always interested in calculating and financing. She also wrote and illustrated her own books, and directed her own home movies, including one based on Tim Johnson's 2004 play A History of a Titan in 2007. Smith also guest starred on an episode of The Price is Right in 2008, and is a frequent panelist on The Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour.
Smith is the daughter of film actor, writer and director William Jeffrey Smith (b. December 1, 1975) and actress Daphne Joan Fenton (b. June 29, 1976), the granddaughter of actor and game show host Donald Willem Baron (b. February 1, 1932) and has six sisters, Jeanne Wilma (b. August 1, 1994), Sarah Jo (b. January 12, 1996), Katrina Helga (b. April 1, 1998), Lori Jane (b. November 21, 1999), Wendy Anne (b. December 1, 2000), and Red Emily (b. October 20, 2005), and two brothers, James Clyde Howard (b. March 17, 1995), and Lynn Edward (b. April 29, 2007). Smith also owns the house used on the 1969-1974 sitcom The Brady Bunch, and the mansion used on the 1962-1971 sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies. Both houses are used for party rentals, and as museums.
Smith is gay, and has been in a relationship with Chloe Johnson since June 2015; Johnson announced their relationship on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on March 14, 2016. The couple also adopted three daughters, Mary Jo Allen (b. January 31, 2015) and twins Angie Christy and Marlene Suzanne Jones (b. May 21, 2013) on December 1, 2015, and had four test tube children: Timberly Danielle (b. November 1, 2016) and triplets, Randolph Matthew, Robert Lincoln, and Chloe Milly (b. May 29, 2018).
Smith and Johnson married on June 20, 2018 on the set of The Price is Right, with the wedding broadcast live on WBC. The broadcast, however, was hijacked (see the Chloe Johnson page for more).
Smith also co-hosts the acclaimed web series That Bites (named after Stinky Peterson's catchphrase from the show Hey Arnold!) with Johnson, Lori Jane Smith, Belle Armstrong and Madison R. Armstrong. The podcast began on January 3, 2011, and has several segments, including cooking (the main segment), chats, etc. Episodes are live on YouTube, and new episodes are released every Monday. In addition, she frequently insults President Donald J. Trump and endorses her father-in-law Sheldon Johnson, Jr. in his 2020 Presidential run.