Johnny Danger tributes flow from Kiwi celebs

Publish Date
Thursday, 26 April 2018, 9:58AM

Stuntman and Kiwi social media star Johnny Danger has been killed in a motorcycle crash after taking part in an organised Anzac day ride yesterday and tributes are flowing from Kiwi celebrities.

It is understood Danger, whose real name is Johnny Bennett, died in the motorbike crash in Lucas Heights, in Albany, about 2.30pm.

Fans have been overwhelmed by the news of his death and many Kiwi celebrities have taken to social media to express their sorrow.

Former New Zealand PM’s son Max Key knew Danger well and says, “some absolutely shattering news today 😞! You taught me how important it is to not take yourself too seriously and to live life to the fullest! Was so epic causing mischief with you and I hope you swig hard up there. RIP my friend.”

Matilda Rice paid tribute:

As did Kiwi adventurer Logan Dodds and his girlfriend former bachelorette Dani Robinson.


TV and radio personality Jay Reeve had kind words to say.

Kiwi artist Kings says "The bro bought so many together through his content, he was business savvy but most of all, was always grateful and thankful to all his supporters! He built a legacy."

League star Shaun Johnson expressed his sadness on his clothing line's page, SJ Apparel.

Shortland Street actor Jayden Daniels posted a snap of them together.

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