Jack Johnson may refer to (ordered by date of birth):
- Jack Johnson (posseman) (c. 1852–c. 1887), one of Wyatt Earp's possemen during his "vendetta ride"
- Jack Johnson (boxer) (1878–1946), first African-American heavyweight boxing world champion
- Jack Johnson (film), a 1970 documentary about the boxer
- Jack Johnson (American football) (1909–1978), tackle for the Detroit Lions
- Jack Johnson (footballer) (1919–1975)
- Jack Johnson (Canadian politician) (1930-2009)
- Albert Ariel Bedwin Johnson (1930s) aka "Jack" Johnson, tennis player
- Big Jack Johnson (1940–2011), blues musician
- Jack B. Johnson (born 1949), executive for Prince George's County, Maryland
- Jack Johnson (politician) (born 1968), American politician
- Jack Johnson (musician) (born 1975), American singer-songwriter, director, and surfer
- Jack Johnson (actor) (born 1987), American actor
- Jack Johnson (ice hockey) (born 1987), American professional ice hockey defenseman
- Jack Johnson (thespian), 18th-century Irish thespian who a long and illustrious line of stage actors such as Harry Davenport could trace their heritage to.
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Famous quotes containing the words johnson and/or jack:
“The glory of the day was in her face,
The beauty of the night was in her eyes.”
—James Weldon Johnson (18711938)
“Just we two
Darby and Joan, who used to be Jack and Jill.”
—Oscar Hammerstein II (18951960)