Knife-throwing Valley native to appear on 'The Tonight Show'

YOUNGSTOWN — Amber Bohac recently answered a knock on the door of her Los Angeles apartment and saw Jay Leno standing there.

As a result, she’ll appear on Leno’s late-night talk show Friday night.

Bohac, a 19-year-old Boardman High School graduate, moved to LA in November to pursue a

career as an actress.

Shortly after moving in, she learned that Leno, the host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” occasionally visits her apartment building because of all the aspiring actors who live in it.

The visits are turned into segments on the show.

“I knew there was a chance [Leno] would come by, but I was still surprised,” said Bohac.

“The Tonight Show” airs at 11:30 p.m. on NBC and can be seen on 21 WFMJ-TV.

One reason Bohac might have been selected was because of what she told Leno.

Asked what she did for a living, Bohac excitedly replied, “I sing, dance, act and throw knives.

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