Fiori made her operatic debut in Loren Maazel's 1984 at the Royal Opera House and her cinematic debut in Powder Room and recently appeared in Woody Harrelson's film Lost in London. Recent TV work includes the last season of Episodes on Showtime and BBC Two.
Johnnie Fiori's artistic talents cover stage, film, television and voice-overs and now she is returning to her number one passion, live vocal performance with her debut at Crazy Coqs featuring her own soulful acoustic original material and selected favourites. After leaving the United States, she launched her European singing career with an appearance on VH1 Europe's Take it to the Bridge followed by tours in the UK and Europe. Fiori made her West End debut in 125th Street followed by other West End musical appearances in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Hairspray, originating the London role of Motormouth Maybelle. She has appeared in a number of plays including The Sunshine Boys alongside Danny DeVito at the Savoy Theatre, Vernon God Little at the Young Vic and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom at The Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.