John Hill appeared in American music, Hairspray, by musician Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Scott Wittman. He also appeared in The Boy from Oz, a Jukebox musical based on the life of singer, songwriter Peter Allen. Later John featured in the original Off-Broadway cast of Bare: A Pop Opera in which he played the leading role of Jason and opposite to Michael Arden and Jenna Leigh Green.
A demo of 11 tracks from this production was recorded. However, the remaining tracks were never recorded as the production stopped. He appeared in Bare's Back concert after the show closed.
In 2005, John appeared in But I'm A Cheerleader, a musical adaptation of the movie with the same name at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Melanie Jayne Lynskey and Katharine Towne starred in the movie. In June 2006, he wrote and performed Skinny Corpse, a solo show, at The Duplex in Manhattan. Ben Rimalower directed it.
In 2007, he produced an 8-part documentary for MTV called Show Choir. This program followed the real-life choir "images" of Morgantown High School in Morgantown, West Virginia, and followed the life of the choir's members.
John is also one of the producers of Dance on Sunset, a Nickelodeon reality show. As a producer, his other TV credits include Tori and Dean, All About Aubrey, Project Runway, Top Chef, and G4's Attack of the Show. He worked as the co-executive producer and writer for the short-lived show The Approval Matrix, which was based on a popular New York magazine.
In 2011, Hill worked as an executive producer of the popular LOGO hit spinoff The A-List: Dallas. He currently hosts The Feels on Radio Andy, which plays on Andy Cohen's Sirius XM Channel, and also works as a producer on Watch What Happens Live.
John is an American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. John has publicly stated that he is a gay. He has dated his boyfriend Cohen. Since he is gay, he has not dated any girlfriend. He has not yet married
The popular actor and producer John earns a tremendous amount of money through his professional career. He earns a big amount from his movies and television show. His movie But I'm A Cheerleader made a collection of $2.6 million, from which he must have received a big chunk. According to some source, his net worth is estimated more than $2 million. The legendary actor passed away on his 80.