• Charissa Littlejohn is a model and social media personality with a net worth of over $500,000.
• She grew up in South Florida and attended Morningside Academy, excelling in basketball.
• She has worked as a model and served in the military, training as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT • Paramedic).
• She gained fame through her Instagram account, which showcases her military background and attractive looks.
• In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing sports, and extreme activities.

Known for movies

Short Info

FactOne of the founders of the International Tournées of Animation, and a co-founder of the International Animated Film Society.

Who is Charissa Littlejohn?

Charissa Littlejohn was born on 15 March 1988, in California, USA, and is a model as well as a social media personality, best known from, earning fame through the website Instagram, on which she posted her photo shoots, which often have her in military apparel or with guns.


The Wealth of Charissa Littlejohn

How rich is Charissa Littlejohn? As of early-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $500,000, earned through a successful career in modelling. Her online fame has earned her numerous opportunities, having also previously served in the military. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings

While Charissa was born in California, her family later moved to South Florida where she would grow up. There is very little known about her childhood and her family, except that she attended the private high school Morningside Academy, and during her time there excelled at sports, particularly basketball. She competed with the school’s basketball team, and was selected for the Florida All State team.

After matriculating from high school, she then pursued a career in modelling, a childhood dream. She began working for BMG Models, a global modelling talent management company having a presence in numerous areas of the US. She moved to Los Angeles and started modelling projects there, before relocating to Las Vegas to gain more modelling opportunities. She already possessed a good figure and height which made her suitable for modelling lingerie and swimwear, and she also took on fashion and fitness projects.

Charissa Littlejohn

Military Career

Littlejohn dedicated a lot of time to developing and maintaining her figure, and started doing photo shoots and video projects. She also became a brand ambassador for a few products and while living in Las Vegas, she became close to a group of US Air Force members. They encouraged her to try her hand at the military, leading her to join. She enrolled and trained in the military before being assigned to the Yokota Air Base ,Tokyo, Japan. During her time there, she was trained as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT – Paramedic) and worked in the emergency room during the early part of her career.

She was later selected to become a candidate for Protocol Specialist, and began working closely with the Base Commander. She was assigned to the position which led her to handle logistics for higher ranking officials, planning events, co-ordination, preparing for inaugural visits, handling delegates including government officials from the US. She worked with officials such as the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the Air Force, and many more. She served with the Air Force for the next five years, and then decided to move away from active duty, and returned to South Florida to pursue a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration.

Social Media Fame

After returning home, Charissa rededicated herself to her passion in fitness and modelling, developing her body while also helping others. She created an account on the website Instagram which would be responsible for her rise to fame. The website is a photo and video sharing service owned by Facebook which allows users to upload photos or videos. One of the reasons for its fame is because of how easy it is to access the website’s features. Users can edit their content with filters while also organizing them through location information or tags. Instagram is now one of the top social media services in the world with over 800 million registered users as of 2017.

She started posting photos showing off her body and one of the unique aspects about her profile is that she dedicates more photo shoots showing off her military background. Her attractive looks, figure, and her background in the military quickly earned her fame as she has garnened over 380,000 followers to her account. She also manages to maintain her figure despite starting a family, and her knowledge on firearms can clearly be seen through photos and videos. Her popularity has led her to become a fitness model for 1st Phorm, which is a company selling fitness and bodybuilding supplements. She’s also started her own business, creating the gun holster and apparel brand called LittleGat alongside her husband – she is also known online under the moniker Miss Gat.

Personal Life and Other Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Littlejohn is married to a man also known online as The Gat Man. They have a child, and also work on business endeavors together. Both of them are avid fans of guns, which is one of the reasons they initially became close.

During her free time, she likes to spend a lot of it with her family, friends, and her two dogs – she owns two schnauzers named Ollie and Toby. She also enjoys doing sports and outdoor activities, so she plays basketball, goes fishing, and rides motorcycles. She also enjoys extreme sports such as snowboarding, bungee jumping, sky diving, and shooting at the gun range. Aside from her Instagram account, she also has a strong online presence on Facebook which has over 59,000 followers. She has a Twitter account too, to which she posts on a regular basis, and often gives advice there.


1One of the founders of the International Tournées of Animation, and a co-founder of the International Animated Film Society.


Animation Department

Our Spirited Earth2001Short animator - as William Littlejohn
My Universe Inside Out1996Short animator - as William Littlejohn
It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown!1996TV Movie animator
Rainbows of Hawai'i1995Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Seers & Clowns1994Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Garfield and Friends1994TV Series animator - 3 episodes
Mrs. Doubtfire1993animator
Cloudland1993Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Tall Time Tales1992Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Frosty Returns1992TV Short animator
Upside Down1991Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Snoopy's Reunion1991TV Short animator
Amazonia1990Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Why, Charlie Brown, Why?1990TV Movie animator
This Is America, Charlie Brown1988-1989TV Mini-Series animator - 5 episodes
Cathy's Valentine1989TV Movie animator
Garfield: His 9 Lives1988TV Movie animator - segment "Stunt Kat"
Cathy's Last Resort1988TV Movie animator
It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown1988TV Movie graphic blandishment
Snoopy: The Musical1988TV Movie animator
Yes We Can1988Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Time of the Angels1987Short animator - as William Littlejohn
A Garfield Christmas Special1987TV Short animator - uncredited
Cathy1987TV Movie animator
Garfield Goes Hollywood1987TV Short animator
The Cosmic Eye1986animator - as William Littlejohn
Garfield in Paradise1986TV Short animator
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown1986TV Movie animator
Moebius Play1985Short animator / layout artist
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown1985TV Movie animator
Garfield in Disguise1985TV Short animator
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show1983-1985TV Series animator - 9 episodes
Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown1985TV Movie animator
The Romance of Betty Boop1985TV Short animator
Hello1984Short animator - as William Littlejohn
The Soldier's Tale1984animator
Garfield in the Rough1984TV Short animator
It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown1984TV Movie animator
Garfield on the Town1983TV Short animator
What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?1983TV Movie animator
Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?1983TV Movie animator
Here Comes Garfield1982TV Short animator
A Charlie Brown Celebration1982TV Movie animator
Enter Life1981Short animator - as William Littlejohn
The Big Bang and Other Creation Myths1981Short animator - as William Littlejohn
No Man's Valley1981TV Short animator
Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown1981TV Movie animator
Heavy Metal1981animator - segment "B-17"
It's Magic, Charlie Brown1981TV Movie animator
Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown1980TV Movie animator
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)1980animator
The Fantastic Funnies1980TV Movie documentary animator - uncredited
Sky Dance1980Short animator - as William Littlejohn
She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown1980TV Movie animator
You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown1979TV Movie animator
Step by Step1978Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Watership Down1978animator
Simple Gifts1977TV Movie animator - segment "Lost & Found", as William Littlejohn
Whither Weather1977Short animator - as William Littlejohn
A Doonesbury Special1977Short animator
It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown1977TV Movie animator
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown1977animator
People, People, People1976Short animator - as William Littlejohn
It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown1976TV Movie animator
Everybody Rides the Carousel1975animator - as William Littlejohn
WOW Women of the World1975Short animator - as William Littlejohn
You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown1975TV Movie animator
Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown1975TV Movie animator
The 2000 Year Old Man1975TV Movie animator
Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus1974TV Short animator
Voyage to Next1974Short animator
It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown!1974TV Movie animator
Play It Again, Charlie Brown1971TV Movie graphic blandishment
The Phantom Tollbooth1970animator
A Boy Named Charlie Brown1969animator
It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown1969TV Movie graphic blandishment
Zuckerkandl!1968Short animator - as William Littlejohn
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown1968TV Movie graphic blandishment
The Carol Burnett Show1967TV Series animator - 1 episode
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown1966TV Special short graphic blandishment
A Charlie Brown Christmas1965TV Short graphic blandishment
We Learn About the Telephone1965Short animator - uncredited
The Hat1964Short animator - as William Littlejohn
The Great Rights1963Short animator
The Hole1962Short animator - as William Littlejohn
Of Stars and Men1962Documentary animation director - as William Littlejohn
The Dudley Do-Right Show1961TV Series animator - 1 episode
Petroushka1956Short animator
Fine Feathered Friend1942Short animator
Puss n' Toots1942Short animator - uncredited
Dog Trouble1942Short animator - uncredited
The Night Before Christmas1941Short animator - uncredited
The Flying Bear1941Short animator - uncredited
A Rainy Day with the Bear Family1940Short animator - uncredited
Wanted: No Master1939Short animator - uncredited
Jitterbug Follies1939Short animator - uncredited
Seal Skinners1939Short animator - uncredited
Toonerville Picnic1936Short animator
Toonerville Trolley1936Short animator - uncredited
Parrotville Post-Office1935Short animator
Japanese Lanterns1935Short animator - uncredited
Parrotville Old Folks1935Short animator
Parrotville Fire Department1934Short animator


It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown1974TV Movie graphic blandishment
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving1973TV Special short graphic blandishment
There's No Time for Love, Charlie Brown1973TV Movie graphic blandishment
You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown1972TV Movie graphic blandishment
Snoopy Come Home1972graphic blandishment


Garfield: His 9 Lives1988TV Movie co-director - segment "Stunt Kat"

Art Department

Lights1984TV Short storyboard development - as William Littlejohn

Production Designer

Happily Ever After1985TV Movie


Walt: The Man Behind the Myth2001TV Movie documentary grateful acknowledgment


The One and Only June Foray2013DocumentaryHimself
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Secret Lives1995TV Series documentaryHimself - Interviewee

Archive Footage

The 83rd Annual Academy Awards2011TV SpecialHimself - Memorial Tribute


Won Awards

1996June Foray AwardAnnie Awards
1987AnnieAnnie AwardsDistinguished Contribution to the Art of Animation

Nominated Awards

1989Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)Garfield: His 9 Lives (1988)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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