Two weeks after losing out to Ken Howard for the Screen Actors Guild’s national presidency, Anne-Marie Johnson has been re-elected by acclimation as first vice president of the guild’s Hollywood division.
Johnson has served three prior terms in the post.
Monday’s divisional elections also placed Mike Hodge, who won the guild’s New York regional presidency late last month, in the dual role of second vice president.
“I look forward to serving alongside president Ken Howard, secretary-treasurer Amy Aquino and the newly elected and returning SAG board members,” Johnson said in a statement.
“For the union’s sake, I hope we find that we have more in common with regard to the future of the Screen Actors Guild than it may appear."