Johanna Elizabeth Braddy (born August 30, 1987) is an American film and television actress, best known for being the voice-actor of character Princess Yue in Avatar: The Last Airbender and Jordan in the ABC Family television series Greek.
Braddy was born Johanna Elizabeth Braddy in Atlanta, Georgia; the daughter of Jo Beth, a preschool music teacher and a vocalist, and Steve Braddy, an engineer. Braddy has one brother, Cole Braddy, who is eight years younger. Braddy attended the McIntosh High School in Peachtree City, Georgia and graduated in 2005, Braddy was also the captain of her high school dance team. She was an active member of McIntosh's drama program under director Stephen Buckner.
Braddy's film debut was in the film Pop Rocks playing Olivia Harden. Her first television debut was in Avatar: The Last Airbender playing the Princess Yue being a major/secondary character. Braddy is still working on two films: Whore, and American Primitive. Braddy is currently filming her role in Whore. Braddy has appeared in other roles such as Surf's Up, Broken Bridges, Home of the Giants, The Oaks, and many more film and television roles including her current role on Greek as new ZBZ pledge