Dakota Johnson on Growing Up in Hollywood: "I Keep My Therapist on Speed Dial"
The 'Fifty Shades of Grey' actress poses for THR's Hollywood Legacies issue alongside mom Melanie Griffith, dad Don Johnson and grandmother Tippi Hedren, a dynasty of actors whose performances defined zeitgeists.
Golden Globe-winning actress Tippi Hedren (The Birds) joined daughter Melanie Griffith (also a Golden Globe winner, for Working Girl), granddaughter Dakota Johnson, star of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, and Dakota's Golden Globe-winning father Don Johnson (Miami Vice) for The Hollywood Reporter's Hollywood Legacies issue.
Griffith and Don divorced in 1996 but remain good friends. When asked who her first celebrity crush was, Griffith giggled, looking to Don, saying, "He's sitting right here!"
Don told THR he would love to work with his daughter Dakota, saying, "She's a great actress. I would be honored."
Hedren praised her Griffith's performance in Working Girl, choosing it as her favorite of her performances. "You were brilliant," Hedren told her daughter.
Watch the entire video with the Hedren/Griffith/Johnsons below.