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Johnson - Notable Historical Events

William T. ShermanApr 18, 1865

Jefferson DavisMay 2, 1865

Andrew JohnsonJun 13, 1865

Alexander H. StephensOct 11, 1865

Walter JohnsonAug 2, 1907

Tommy BurnsDec 26, 1908

james j jeffriesJul 4, 1910

Ty CobbMay 19, 1912

Lyndon B. JohnsonAug 19, 1961

Hank GreenbergAug 23, 1972

Larry BirdMay 29, 1980

Nolan RyanApr 27, 1983

chris johnsonMar 11, 1984

Howard JohnsonAug 20, 1989

Jimmy JohnsonNov 23, 1989

Magic JohnsonApr 15, 1991

Barry BondsSep 19, 1992

Ellen Johnson-SirleafNov 23, 2005

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Johnson - Historical Events
Date Event
1651-07-24

Anthony Johnson, a free black, receives grant of 250 acres in Va

1652-05-10

John Johnson, a free black, is granted 550 acres in Northampton, Va

1654-11-21

Richard Johnson, a free black, granted 550 acres in Virginia

1755-04-15

Samuel Johnson's "A Dictionary of the English Language" published in London.

1763-05-16

Samuel Johnson 1st meets his future biographer James Boswell in London

1837-02-08

1st VP chosen by Senate, Richard Johnson (Van Buren admin)

1861-01-02

SC seizes inactive Ft Johnson in Charleston Harbor

1863-08-08

American Civil War: Tennessee's "military" Governor Andrew Johnson frees his personal slaves. Celebrated as a holiday by Tennessee African Americans (early 20th century)

1865-04-18

Confederate Gen Johnson surrendered to General William T. Sherman in North Carolina

1865-05-02

US President Johnson offers $100,000 reward for capture of Jefferson Davis

1865-06-13

President Andrew Johnson proclaims reconstruction of confederate states

1865-08-20

President Andrew Johnson proclaims an end to "insurrection" in Texas

1865-10-11

President Andrew Johnson paroles Confederate States VP Alexander H. Stephens

1866-03-27

President Johnson vetoes civil rights bill; it later becomes 14th amendment

1866-04-02

US President Johnson ends civil war in Ala, Ark, Fla, Ga, Miss, La, NC, SC, Tn & Va

1866-04-09

Civil Rights Bill passes over President Andrew Johnson's veto

1866-08-20

President Andrew Johnson formally declares US Civil War over

1867-01-08

African American men granted the right to vote in Washington, D.C. despite President Johnson's veto

1867-03-23

Congress passes 2nd Reconstruction Act over President Andrew Johnson's veto

1867-06-20

US President Andrew Johnson announces purchase of Alaska

1867-07-19

US Congress passed 3rd Reconstruction Act over President Andrew Johnson's veto

1867-08-12

US President A Johnson defies Congress suspending Secretary of War Edwin Stanton

1867-11-25

US Congress commission looks into "impeachment" of President Andrew Johnson

1868-02-24

House of Reps vote 126 to 47, to impeach President Andrew Johnson

1868-03-05

US Senate organizes to decide charges against President Andrew Johnson

1868-03-13

Senate begins US President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial

1868-05-16

By one vote, US Senate fails to impeach President Andrew Johnson

1868-05-26

President Andrew Johnson avoids impeachment by 1 vote

1868-06-25

US President Andrew Johnson passes a law that government workers would work 8 hr day

1868-12-25

Despite bitter opposition, President A Johnson grants unconditional pardon to all persons involved in Southern rebellion (Civil War)

1899-10-10

IR Johnson patents bicycle frame

1900-03-16

AL meets in Chicago, Ban Johnson announces that an AL team will be in

1900-10-31

AL pres Ban Johnson writes to NL pres Nick Young seeking peace

1902-07-08

John McGraw, accused by Ban Johnson of trying to wreck Baltimore & Washington clubs, negotiates his release from the Orioles

1906-03-15

Britons Rolls, Royce & Johnson form Rolls Royce Ltd

1907-08-02

Walter Johnson, 19, debuts with Washington & loses 3-2 to Detroit

1907-08-07

Walter Johnson wins 1st of his 416 wins, 7-2 over Cleveland

1908-10-01

Jack Chesbro's final Higlander victory, beats Walter Johnson 2-1

1908-12-26

Jack Johnson TKOs Tommy Burns in 14 for heavyweight boxing title, becomes 1st black heavyweight champion

1909-03-10

Jack Johnson fights Victor McLaglen to no decision in 6 for box title

1909-05-19

Jack Johnson fights Jack O'Brien to no decision in 6 for boxing title

1909-06-30

Jack Johnson fights Tony Ross to no decision in 6 for hw boxing title

1909-09-09

Jack Johnson fights Al Kaufman to no decision in 10 for boxing title

1909-10-16

Jack Johnson KOs Stanley Ketchel in 12 for heavyweight boxing title

1910-07-04

Jack Johnson KOs james j jeffries in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1911-04-15

Walter Johnson pitches a record tying 4 strike outs in an inning

1912-05-19

AL Pres Ban Johnson tells Tigers if they continue protest of Ty Cobb's suspension, they will be banned from baseball

1912-07-04

Jack Johnson TKOs Jim Flynn in 9 for heavyweight boxing title

1912-08-26

32nd US Men's Tennis: M E McLoughlin beats W F Johnson (3-6 2-6 6-2 6-4 6-2)

1912-08-26

Walter Johnson's 16-game winning streak ends

1913-04-10

Walter Johnson begins string of 56 consecutive scoreless innings

1913-05-14

Wash Senator Walter Johnson ends record scorless streak at 56 innings

1913-09-29

Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 36th game

1913-11-28

Heavyweight Jack Johnson KOs Andre Spaul in Paris

1913-12-09

Heavyweight Jack Johnson-Jim Johnson fight to no decision in Paris

1913-12-19

Jack Johnson fights Jim Johnson to a draw in 10 for heavyweight boxing title

1914-06-27

Jack Johnson beats Frank Moran in 20 for heavyweight boxing title

1914-12-04

Walter Johnson accepts money from Federal League Chicago Whales Clark Griffith threatens to take Johnson to court

1915-04-05

Jess Willard KOs Jack Johnson in 26 for heavyweight boxing title

1915-12-14

Jack Johnson is 1st black world heavyweight boxing champion

1917-05-07

Red Sox Babe Ruth beats Wash Senator Walter Johnson, 1-0

1918-05-15

Washington Senator Walter Johnson pitches 1-0, 18 inning game

1918-08-27

Dr Joseph L Johnson named minister to Liberia

1919-05-11

Yanks' Jack Quinn & Senators' Walter Johnson, 12 inning 0-0 tie

1919-12-10

NY, Boston, & Chicago, oppose AL resolution accusing Ban Johnson of overstepping his duties

1920-05-14

Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 300th game vs Detroit

1920-07-01

Wash Senator Walter Johnson no-hits Boston Red Sox, 1-0

1920-11-08

Baseball meeting to depose Ban Johnson is set for Nov 12th

1921-09-05

Walter Johnson sets strikeout mark at 2,287

1922-05-13

48th Kentucky Derby: Albert Johnson aboard Morvich wins in 2:04.6

1923-05-02

Senator Walter Johnson pitches his 100th shutout, beats Yanks 3-0

1923-07-22

Walter Johnson becomes 1st to strikeout 3,000 (en route to 3,508)

1923-10-19

Ban Johnson persuades AL owners to prohibit boxing in their parks

1924-08-25

Wash Senator Walter Johnson 2nd no-hitter beats Browns, 2-0 in 7 inn

1924-09-14

Walter Johnson elected AL MVP

1925-06-13

57th Belmont: Albert Johnson aboard American Flag wins in 2:16.8

1925-12-09

AL extends Ban Johnson's contract to 1935 & raise to $40,000

1926-04-13

At 41, Walter Johnson pitches his 7th opening day shutout

1926-05-15

52nd Kentucky Derby: Albert Johnson on Bubbling Over wins in 2:03.8

1926-06-12

58th Belmont: Albert Johnson aboard Crusader wins in 2:32.2

1926-06-20

Mordecai W Johnson becomes 1st black president of Howard University

1926-10-14

Walter Johnson retires, signs 2-year contract to manage Newark

1927-05-30

Walter Johnson records 113th & last shutout of his career

1927-10-17

Ban Johnson, in failing health, retires as AL president

1928-10-15

Walter Johnson signs a 3-year contract to manage the Senators

1930-05-05

Amy Johnson takes off - first woman to fly solo from England to Australia

1930-05-24

1st woman to fly from England to Australia solo, lands (Amy Johnson)

1930-12-19

James Weldon Johnson resigns as executive secretary of NAACP

1932-10-04

Clark Griffith announces Walter Johnson will be manager of Senators

1933-06-09

Walter Johnson takes over as Cleveland manager

1934-04-13

US Congress passes Johnson Debt Default Act

1936-01-29

1st players elected to Baseball Hall of Fame: Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson & Walter Johnson

1936-05-15

Amy Johnson arrives in Croydon England from S Afr in record 4d16h

1936-08-06

1st time in 20th century, 1st 2 batters in a game-Roy Johnson & Rabbit Warstler of Boston Bees-lead off with HRs

1937-08-29

Phila A's Bob Johnson is 2nd to get 6 RBIs in an inning (1st)

1940-11-05

Walter Johnson, won 416 games for Wash Senators, loses Maryland congressional race (R)

1942-08-23

Walter Johnson pitches to Babe Ruth in pregame attraction that draws 69,000 for NY-Wash game (raises $80,000 for Army-Navy relief

1942-11-01

John H Johnson publishes 1st issue of Negro Digest

1945-11-01

First issue of Ebony magazine published by John H Johnson

1946-11-01

Charles S Johnson becomes 1st black president of Fisk University

1948-04-01

H H H Johnson debut as a bowler for West Indies to win v England 10-96

1951-11-01

Jet magazine founded by John H Johnson

1953-03-20

Senator Edwin C Johnson offers a bill to give clubs the sole

1953-11-26

WJHL TV channel 11 in Johnson City, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-12-01

Yanks send Miller, Segrist, Leppert & 2 minors to Orioles for Blayzka, Kryhoski, Johnson, Fridley & Del Guercio (completing 18 player deal)

1956-06-21

Oriole Connie Johnson beats WS Jack Harshman (1-0) in dual 1 hitters

1958-05-07

US Air Force Major Howard Johnson sets world aircraft altitude record in a Lockhead F-104 Starfighter at 27,810 m

1959-05-10

Joyce Ziske wins LPGA Howard Johnson Golf Invitational

1959-05-28

Johnson & Bart's musical "Lock up your daughters" premieres in London

1961-08-19

US vice-president Lyndon B. Johnson visits West Berlin

1963-11-05

US VP Lyndon B. Johnson visits Netherlands

1963-11-22

Lyndon B. Johnson sworn in as the 36th US president after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy

1963-11-23

LBJ proclaims Nov 25 a day of national mourning (for JFK)

1963-11-29

LBJ sets up Warren Comm to investigate assassination of JFK

1964-01-08

President Lyndon B. Johnson declares "War on Poverty"

1964-02-29

LBJ reveals US secretly developed the A-11 jet fighter

1964-03-15

LBJ asks for a War on Poverty

1964-04-23

Houston Colt 45s Ken Johnson becomes 1st major league pitcher to lose a 9 inning no-hitter, Reds win 1-0

1964-05-22

LBJ presents "Great Society"

1964-07-02

US President Johnson signs Civil Rights Act & Voting Rights Act into law

1964-07-14

Oriole Bob Johnson's 6th straight hit as a pinch hitter

1964-08-20

US President Johnson signs Economic Opportunity Act, an anti-poverty measure totaling nearly $1 billion

1964-08-26

LBJ nominated at Democratic convention in Atlantic City, NJ

1964-09-03

Wilderness Act signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson

1964-11-03

LBJ (D) soundly defeats Barry Goldwater (R) for pres

1964-12-13

In El Paso, Tx, LBJ & Mexican Pres Gustavo Diaz Ordaz set off an explosion diverting Rio Grande, to reshape US-Mexico border

1965-01-04

LBJ's "Great Society" State of the Union Address

1965-03-15

LBJ asks congress to ensure everybody's right to vote

1965-06-28

1st US ground combat forces in Vietnam authorized by President Lyndon B. Johnson

1965-07-27

President Lyndon B. Johnson signs a bill requiring cigarette makers to print health warnings on all cigarette packages about the effects of smoking

1965-07-28

LBJ sends 50,000 more soldiers to Vietnam (total of 125,000)

1965-07-30

LBJ signs Medicare bill, which goes into effect in 1966

1965-08-06

US President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act prohibiting voting discrimination against minorities

1965-09-29

St L Cards Charlie Johnson passes for 6 touchdowns vs Cleve (49-13)

1966-01-12

LBJ says US should stay in S Vietnam until communist aggression ends

1966-01-13

1st black selected for pres cabinet (LBJ selects Robert C Weaver-HUD)

1966-07-04

LBJ signs Freedom of Information Act

1966-09-09

The National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act is signed into law by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson.

1966-09-15

U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, responding to a sniper attack at the University of Texas at Austin, writes a letter to the United States Congress urging the enactment of gun control legislation.

1966-10-15

LBJ signs a bill creating US Dept of Transportation

1966-10-25

6 youths sentenced in "Johnson murderer!" in Amsterdam

1966-11-08

President Lyndon B. Johnson signs anti-trust immunity to AFL-NFL merger

1967-06-23

LBJ & Alexei Kosygin hold 1st of 2 summit meetings in Glassboro, NJ

1967-07-27

LBJ sets up commission to study cause of urban violence

1967-11-07

LBJ signs a bill establishing Corporation for Public Broadcasting

1968-03-20

LBJ signs a bill removing gold backing from US paper money

1968-03-22

Lynda Johnson ordered off SF cable car for eating an ice cream cone

1968-03-31

LBJ announces he will not seek re-election

1968-04-11

President Lyndon B. Johnson signs 1968 Civil Rights Act

1968-08-31

Roy Face ties W Johnson's record of 802 pitching appearances with club

1968-10-31

President Johnson orders a halt to all bombing of North Vietnam

1969-11-02

NFL record of 12 passing touchdowns, New Orleans Billy Kilmer & St L Charlie Johnson pass for 6 touchdowns each

1970-04-04

Firestone World Tournament of Champions won by Don Johnson

1971-04-11

"Johnny Johnson" opens/closes at Edison Theater NYC for 1 performance

1971-06-26

Angels suspend Alex Johnson (after 5 benchings & 29 fines)

1971-07-11

Phillies Deron Johnson 3 HRs caps his 4 in a row

1972-08-23

Chicago's Dick Allen is 4th (Jimmie Foxx, Hank Greenberg, & Alex Johnson) to homer into Comiskey Park's center field bleachers

1972-10-02

Ron Johnson becomes 1st NY Giant to score 4 TDs (vs Phila)

1974-12-09

Johnson Grigsby freed after 66 years in jail in Indiana

1975-02-10

William "Judy" Johnson selected to baseball Hall of Fame

1977-06-30

Yankee DH Cliff Johnson hit 3 consecutive HRs in Toronto

1978-06-03

Phillies Dave Johnson is 1st to hit 2 pinch hit grand slams in a year

1979-03-24

10 rebounds & 10 assists, as the Spartans cruise to a 101-67 by Penn Mich State's Earvin "Magic" Johnson registers triple-double 29 pts

1979-04-19

Johnson brawl, Gossage sustains a sprained ligament in his left thumb

1980-05-29

Larry Bird beats out Magic Johnson for NBA rookie of year

1980-08-04

Seattle Mariners replace manager Darrell Johnson with Maury Wills

1980-09-21

LA Ram Johnnie Johnson scores a 99 yard interception

1983-04-27

Nolan Ryan becomes strikeout king (3,509), passing Walter Johnson

1983-05-20

Phillies Steve Carlton passes W Johnson with 2nd most strike outs

1983-05-22

Toronto Blue Jay Cliff Johnson hits record 18th pinch hit HR

1984-02-16

Bill Johnson becomes 1st American to win Olympic downhill skiing gold

1984-03-11

chris johnson wins LPGA Samaritan Turquoise Golf Classic

1984-03-18

chris johnson wins LPGA Tucson Conquistadores Golf Open

1984-08-04

Cliff Johnson sets a record with his 19th pinch hit HR

1984-08-05

Toronto's Cliff Johnson hits record 19th career pinch HR

1986-02-09

Marvin Johnson wins record 3rd time, light heavyweight boxing title

1986-02-17

Johnson & Johnson announces it no longer sell capsule drugs

1986-03-16

chris johnson wins LPGA GNA/Glendale Federal Golf Classic

1987-08-02

chris johnson wins Columbia Savings LPGA National Golf Pro-Am

1987-08-30

Ben Johnson of Canada runs 100 m in world record 9.83 sec

1988-01-29

Canadian Ben Johnson breaks own 50-yard dash world record at 5.15

1988-04-26

NY Met Davey Johnson becomes 2nd manager to record 400 victory in 1st 4 years (Al Lopez did it 1st)

1988-09-24

Canada's Ben Johnson runs drug-assisted 100 m in 9.79 sec

1988-09-26

Canada's Ben Johnson stripped of his 100-m gold failing drug test

1989-01-27

Kevin Johnson (Phoenix) begins NBA free throw streak of 57 games

1989-02-09

Kevin Johnson (Phoenix) ends NBA free throw streak of 57 games

1989-03-01

Ben Johnson's coach testifies Johnson began using steroids in 1981

1989-05-25

Mariners trade Mark Langston to Montreal for Randy Johnson

1989-06-12

Ben Johnson, Canadian Olympian, admits using steroids

1989-08-20

Howard Johnson joins Barry Bonds & Willie Mays to hit 30 HRs & steal 30 bases

1989-09-06

Amateur Athletic Fed strips Ben Johnson of all track records

1989-11-11

Sam's Town Bowling Invitational won by Tish Johnson

1989-11-23

"Bounty Bowl", the Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Dallas Cowboys 27-0 on Thanksgiving in an ill-tempered game that featured several scuffles and injuries, after which Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson accuses Eagles coach Buddy Ryan of placing bounties on players

1990-05-29

NY Mets fire manager Davey Johnson & hire Bud Harrelson

1990-06-02

Seattle's Randy Johnson, no-hits Tigers, 2-0

1990-06-17

chris johnson wins LPGA Atlantic City Golf Classic

1990-09-09

Liberia president Samuel K Doe is captured by Mr Johnson's forces

1990-11-11

Calif's Chuck Finley & Seattle's Randy Johnson combine to pitch a no-hitter in exhibition game between US & Japanese all-star teams

1991-01-11

Ben Johnson 1st race after being stripped of his 1988 Olympic Gold medal for steroid use, he finished 2nd

1991-04-07

chris johnson wins LPGA Ping/Welch's Golf Championship

1991-04-15

Magic Johnson sets NBA record for career assistswith 9,898

1991-06-26

Charlotte Hornets make Larry Johnson of UNLV, NBA's #1 draft pick

1991-11-07

Magic Johnson announces he has HIV virus & retires from LA Lakers

1992-02-11

Michael Johnson runs indoor world record 400m (44.97 sec)

1992-02-16

LA Lakers retire Magic Johnson's #32 uniform

1992-09-19

Barry Bonds joins Willie Mays, Howard Johnson & Ron Gant as having (2) 30-HR/30-steal seasons

1992-09-27

Seattle's Randy Johnson ties AL record for lefties with 18 strike outs

1992-09-29

Magic Johnson announces return to play basketball (he doesn't)

1992-10-20

Mr Johnson surrenders Monrovia, Liberia & is exiled to Nigeria

1992-11-21

Sam's Town Bowling Invitational won by Tish Johnson

1993-04-04

Trish Johnson wins Las Vegas LPGA at Canyon Gate Golf Tournament

1993-04-18

Trish Johnson wins LPGA Atlanta Women's Golf Championship

1993-09-26

Seattle's Randy Johnson joins 300-strikeout club

1994-03-29

Coach Jimmy Johnson quits Dallas Cowboys

1994-07-02

Richard Johnson takes 10-45 for Middlesex against Derbyshire

1994-11-19

Sam's Town Bowling Invitational won by Tish Johnson

1995-03-04

Michael Johnson runs world record 400m indoor (44.63 sec)

1995-05-21

chris johnson wins Star Bank LPGA Golf Classic

1996-01-10

Jimmy Johnson announced as new coach of Miami Dolphins

1996-03-07

Magic Johnson is 2nd NBA player to reach 10,000 career assists

1996-09-29

Trish Johnson wins LPGA Fieldcrest Cannon Golf Classic

1996-10-04

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Liz Johnson

1997-02-10

5th ESPY Awards: Michael Johnson, Amy Van Dyken Lobo win

1997-03-14

Olympic gold medalist Michael Johnson wins 67th James E Sullivan Award

1997-05-18

43rd McDonald's LPGA Championship won by chris johnson

1997-05-31

Donovan Bailey beats Michael Johnson in 150m race

1997-06-01

Donovan Bailey beats Michael Johnson in 150m race

1997-06-24

Seat Mariner Randy Johnson strikes out 19 Oakland A's but loses

1997-08-08

Mariners Randy Johnson strikes out 19 Chicago White Sox

1997-11-05

2 hours after Davey Johnson resigns he is named AL Manager of Year

1999-08-26

Michael Johnson breaks the 400 metres world record with a time of 43.18 seconds.

2002-09-09

Pitcher Randy Johnson reaches 300 strikeouts for the fifth consecutive season, extending his major league record

2005-11-23

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, elected president of Liberia, is the first woman to lead an African country.

2006-01-16

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is sworn in as Liberia's new president. She becomes Africa's first female elected head of state.

2007-04-08

71st Golf Masters Championship: Zach Johnson wins, shooting a 289

2007-04-20

Johnson Space Center Shooting: A man with a handgun barricades himself in NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas before killing a male hostage and himself.

2012-11-12

Into the Silence by Wade Davis wins the 2012 Samuel Johnson Prize

2013-02-24

Jimmie Johnson wins the 2013 Daytona 500

2013-11-17

Jimmie Johnson wins the NASCAR Sprint Cup for the sixth time

2014-01-06

Zach Johnson wins the 2014 PGA Tournament of Champions

2016-11-21

Jimmie Johnson Ties Record With Seventh Nascar Championship

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Johnson - Notable Birthdays

Andrew JohnsonDec 29, 1808

Walter JohnsonNov 6, 1887

Lyndon B. JohnsonAug 27, 1908

Robert JohnsonMay 8, 1911

Ellen Johnson-SirleafOct 29, 1938

Jimmy JohnsonJul 16, 1943

Rick JamesFeb 1, 1948

Whoopi GoldbergNov 13, 1955

Christa JohnsonApr 25, 1958

Howard JohnsonNov 29, 1960

The RockMay 2, 1972

Johnson - Birthdays
Date Event
1709-09-18

Samuel Johnson, Lichfield Staffordshire, England, lexicographer/writer (Boswell's Tour Guide)

1740-10-29

James Boswell, Scotland, Samuel Johnson's biographer

1775-02-12

Louise Catherine Johnson Adams, 1st lady (1825-1829)

1796-05-21

Reverdy Johnson, rep (Union), died in 1876

1806-06-08

Gideon Johnson Pillow, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1878

1808-12-29

Andrew Johnson, Raleigh NC, (Unionist), 17th pres (1865-69)

1812-09-18

Herschel Vespasian Johnson, American politician (d. 1880)

1812-11-18

Jesse Johnson Finley, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1904

1816-04-16

Edward "Old Allegheny" Johnson, Major General (Confederate Army)

1816-11-04

Stephen Johnson Field, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1899)

1817-10-07

Bushrod Rust Johnson, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1880

1827-02-27

Richard W Johnson, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1897

1829-02-21

Johnson Hagood, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1898

1829-09-29

Bradley Tyler Johnson, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1903

1833-01-02

Frederick A. Johnson, American politician (d. 1893)

1837-12-28

Benjamin Johnson Lang, composer

1844-07-08

Mary Johnson Lincoln, educator (Boston Cooking School)

1858-05-01

Anthony Johnson Showalter, composer

1858-06-23

William Ernst Johnson, Cambridge England, mathematician

1861-03-10

Pauline Johnson, Shadow River

1862-01-05

Johnson Hatfield,

1864-01-06

Ban Johnson, Norwalk Ct, baseball founder (American League)

1865-12-01

Orrin Johnson, The Three Musketeers

1866-09-02

Hiram Johnson, (Gov-Progressive-Cal)

1866-9-02

Hiram Johnson, Governor Johnson of California

1867-03-15

Lionel Pigot Johnson, England, poet/critic (Ireland & Other Poems)

1867-06-03

Emilie Johnson, The Last Edition

1869-02-28

Rida Johnson Young, Young Frankenstein

1871-06-17

James Weldon Johnson, lawyer (1st black admitted to Florida Bar)

1871-06-17

James Weldon Johnson, Rain Man

1872-05-31

Albert Johnson, A Day in Death Valley

1873-08-11

John Rosamond Johnson, Fla, co-composer (Lift Every Voice & Sing)

1873-08-11

Rosamond Johnson, Do the Right Thing

1874-01-25

Hewlett Johnson, [Red Dean of Canterbury], English bishop

1874-08-10

Bill Johnson, American musician (d. 1972)

1876-02-02

Arthur V. Johnson, The Sealed Room

1876-02-20

Selene Johnson, The Divine Sacrifice

1876-12-03

Charles L. Johnson, Reds

1877-09-10

Georgia B D Camp Johnson, US, poet/playwright (Autumn Love Cycle)

1877-11-09

Burges Johnson, Saved by Parcel Post

1878-03-20

J. Louis Johnson, Homecoming

1878-03-31

Jack Johnson,1st black heavyweight boxing champ (1908-1915)

1878-03-31

Jack Johnson, As the World Rolls On

1878-08-27

Owen Johnson, The Happy Years

1878-10-07

Grace Johnson, The Last Tide

1878-11-18

Katie Johnson, The Ladykillers

1881-04-18

Noble Johnson, King Kong

1881-06-17

Tommy Burns, World's Heavyweight Championship Between Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson

1881-11-08

George Duthie, Too Much Johnson

1882-9-26

Robert Johnson, Ebberöds bank

1883-01-13

Adrian Johnson, Found Alive

1883-9-23

Tefft Johnson, A Christmas Story

1884-10-09

Martin Elmer Johnson, explorer/photographer

1884-10-09

Martin E. Johnson, Baboona

1885-11-26

Julian Johnson, Wings

1886-05-26

Krag Johnson, Madame Mystery

1886-06-15

William S. Johnson, Don Q Son of Zorro

1887-06-02

Howard Johnson, American songwriter (d. 1941)

1887-06-02

Howard Johnson, Beginners

1887-11-06

Walter Johnson, Humboldt Kansas, Washington Senator pitcher (1907-27) (414-218)

1887-11-06

Walter Johnson, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1888-02-17

Hugh Johnson, Honeysuckle Rose

1888-03-12

Hall Johnson, composer

1888-03-12

Hall Johnson, Meet John Doe

1890-01-12

Mordecai W Johnson, educator

1890-03-19

Henry Johnson, Great Guy

1891-03-05

Harold Ogden "Chic" Johnson, Chicago Ill, comedian (Olsen & Johnson)

1891-03-05

Chic Johnson, Hellzapoppin'

1892-07-05

Aaron Johnson, The Love Light

1892-10-28

Dink Johnson, American musician (d. 1954)

1892-11-06

John Sigvard "Ole" Olsen, Wabash Ind, comedian (Olsen & Johnson)

1893-01-05

Constance Johnson, The Purple Scar

1894-02-01

James P. Johnson, American pianist and composer (Charleston, If I Could be With You One Hour Tonight)

1894-02-01

James P. Johnson, The Great Gatsby

1894-03-14

Osa Johnson, American explorer (d. 1953)

1896-05-21

Kathryn Johnson, South Pacific

1897-01-22

"Blind" Willie Johnson American blues/spiritual singer and guitarist

1897-02-02

Howard Johnson, American hotelier (d. 1972)

1897-12-05

Nunnally Johnson, American screenwriter and producer (d. 1977)

1900-04-07

Tebbs Lloyd Johnson, England, 50K walker (Olympic-bronze-1952)

1900-07-29

Eyvind Johnson, Sweden, novelist (Return to Ithaca-Nobel 1974)

1901-02-22

Bess Johnson, Search for Tomorrow

1901-03-18

William H. Johnson, African-American artist of the Harlem Renaissance (d. 1970)

1903-07-01

Amy Johnson, British pilot

1903-10-19

Tor Johnson, Swedish wrestler and actor (d. 1971)

1904-05-24

Patrick Johnson, physicist

1904-11-29

Kay Johnson, Mt Vernon NY, actress (Real Glory, Of Human Bondage)

1904-9-13

Leon Johnson, Whirlwind: Bombing Germany - September 1939-April 1944

1904-9-20

Leroy Johnson, Morning Glory

1905-04-05

Bill Raisch, one armed actor (Fred Johnson-Fugitive)

1905-07-04

Irving Johnson, American adventurer (d. 1991)

1905-11-26

Bob Johnson, American baseball player (d. 1982)

1906-03-18

Roy L Johnson, US admiral (WW II-Pacific Ocean)

1906-04-14

Hunter Johnson, composer

1906-07-08

Philip Johnson, Cleveland Ohio, Cortalyou architect

1906-07-08

Philip Johnson, My Architect

1906-10-20

Crockett Johnson, Alice of Wonderland in Paris

1907-01-16

Jason Johnson, The Cape Canaveral Monsters

1907-03-14

Thomas Johnson, Gulliver's Travels

1907-05-11

Johnnie Johnson, Lost in a Harem

1907-07-07

Helene Johnson, poet

1908-08-27

Lyndon B. Johnson, Stonewall Texas, (D) 36th US President (1963-1969), (d. 1973)

1908-08-27

Lyndon Johnson, The Presidential Tour

1908-09-16

James "Jimmy" Johnson, English Labor MP (1950-59, 64-83)

1908-10-17

U. Alexis Johnson, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1908-11-22

Robert Lee Johnson, Gentlemen Are Born

1908-12-18

Celia Johnson, England, actress (Happy Breed, Brief encounter)

1908-12-18

Celia Johnson, Brief Encounter

1909-11-04

Evelyn Johnson, Corbin Kentucky, female pilot (most flying hours - 57,685), (d. 2012)

1909-11-20

Norman Johnson, Skyhook

1910-01-06

James R. Johnson, The Longest Day

1910-01-23

Augusta Weissberger, Too Much Johnson

1910-01-24

Bobby Johnson, The Americanization of Jeannie

1910-02-01

Albert Johnson, The Scoundrel

1910-02-27

Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, American aircraft engineer (Lockheed Skunk Works; d. 1990)

1910-02-27

Clarence Johnson, SR-71 Blackbird: The Secret Vigil

1910-07-12

Edward Johnson, Captain America: The First Avenger

1910-12-14

Erskine Johnson, Trocadero

1910-12-14

Budd Johnson, Remember My Name

1911-01-29

Eric Johnson, Kungliga patrasket

1911-04-18

Francis Frederick Johnson, architect

1911-05-08

Robert Johnson, blues singer (King of Delta Blues Singer)

1911-05-08

Robert Johnson, The Wolf of Wall Street

1911-05-12

Olive Johnson, Playmates

1911-07-24

Ray Johnson, Little Girl Lost

1911-07-24

Raymond Edward Johnson, Mr. Bell

1911-12-07

Don Johnson, Episode #1.8

1911-9-08

Christine Johnson, H.M.S. Pinafore

1912-01-06

Frederick Manfred, Johnson County War

1912-05-29

Pamela Hansford Johnson, Corinth House

1912-08-13

Rita Johnson, Worcester Mass, actress (Honolulu, All Mine to Give)

1912-10-04

Dorothy Johnson, Vivacious Lady

1912-11-14

Kenneth Johnson, Fire Fighters

1912-11-24

Bernard Delfgaauw, Dutch philosopher (Johnson murderer!)

1912-12-22

Claudia A "Lady Bird" Taylor Johnson, 1st lady (1963-1969)

1912-12-22

Lady Bird Johnson, The Presidential Tour

1912-9-15

J. McMillan Johnson, Rear Window

1913-02-03

Dots Johnson, Paisan

1913-03-04

Willie Johnson (guitarist), American guitarist (d. 1995)

1913-06-10

Thor Johnson, Wisconsin Rapids Wisconsin, conductor (Cin Symph 1958)

1913-08-13

Rita Johnson, Here Comes Mr. Jordan

1913-08-21

Cornelius Johnson, Los Angeles California, high jumper (Olympic-gold-1936)

1913-08-28

Cornelius Johnson, Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty

1913-11-15

Gus Johnson, Ella

1914-03-28

Edward Anhalt, Jeremiah Johnson

1914-05-08

Evie Wynn Johnson, Tyrone Power: The Last Idol

1914-11-29

Janet Johnson, The Proud Valley

1914-9-10

Ken Johnson, The Torso Murder Mystery

1914-9-10

Ken 'Snakehips' Johnson, Oh, Daddy!

1915-01-10

Buddy Johnson, Ghost

1915-03-09

Johnnie Johnson, 'Johnnie' Johnson

1915-04-09

Daniel Johnson, Sr., Quebec politician (d. 1968)

1915-04-09

Daniel Johnson, La visite du général de Gaulle au Québec

1915-04-27

Dale Johnson, Suspended

1915-9-13

Reg Johnson, Operation Amsterdam

1915-9-25

Johnson Bayly, The Dominators: Episode 2

1916-03-01

Virginia Nicolson, Too Much Johnson

1916-03-22

William Johnson, Episode #9.20

1916-03-22

Bill Johnson, Keep Your Powder Dry

1916-04-04

Eunice Johnson, 18th Annual Trumpet Awards

1916-04-14

Howard Johnson, Voice in the Wind

1916-08-25

Van Johnson, Newport RI, actor (Brigadoon) always wore red socks

1916-08-25

Van Johnson, The Caine Mutiny

1916-12-28

Noel Johnson, British actor (Frenzy, Frightmare, Royal Flash)

1916-12-28

Noel Johnson, For Your Eyes Only

1916-9-13

Mae E. Johnson, Keep Punching

1917-03-07

Davis Roberts, Mobile Ala, actor (Mr Johnson-Boone)

1918-01-19

John H Johnson, US, publisher (Negro Digest, Ebony, Jet)

1918-01-19

John H. Johnson, Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony Magazine

1918-02-10

Tony Johnson, The Screaming Skull

1918-03-01

Cammilla Johnson, Sparrows

1918-04-04

Gerry Johnson, The Man Called Flintstone

1918-05-16

Harold V. Johnson, Four and Twenty Buddhas

1918-05-28

June Johnson, Anything for a Thrill

1918-06-13

Ben Johnson, Foraker Oklahoma, actor (Chisum, Battle Force, Dillinger), (d. 1996)

1918-06-13

Ben Johnson, The Last Picture Show

1918-08-30

Billy Johnson, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1918-08-30

Billy Johnson, Game 4

1918-11-26

Doris Johnson, Lights Out

1918-12-08

Ian Johnson, cricketer (Australian Test captbetween Hassett & Craig)

1919-03-18

Len Johnson, cricketer (Australian fast bowler played Test in 1948)

1919-04-23

Junior Johnson, Winning Winnie

1920-01-20

Greer Johnson, Some Blessed People

1920-04-12

H R Hewitt, CEO (Johnson Matthey)

1920-05-04

Bob Johnson, Niagara Fools

1920-09-04

Teddy Johnson, British singer

1920-09-09

Robert Wood Johnson III, American philanthropist (d. 1970)

1920-12-28

Seessel Anne Johnson, Sparrows

1920-9-04

Teddy Johnson, Episode #8.4

1921-07-10

John Singlaub, Vietnam: Johnson's Battleground

1921-11-15

Arnold Johnson, Menace II Society

1921-11-25

George 'Johnny' Johnson, Last of the Dambusters

1922-03-14

Arch Johnson, The Sting

1922-05-24

Leroy Johnson, The Magic Sword

1922-12-27

Connie Johnson, Shadow Ball

1922-9-19

Marilyn Johnson, A Hit with a Miss

1922-9-30

Lamont Johnson, Wallenberg: A Hero's Story

1923-01-11

Osie Johnson, The Sound of Jazz

1923-01-14

Ken Johnson, Game 4

1923-03-31

Carmencita Johnson, The Wind

1923-05-28

Kay Cousins Johnson, The Night of the Meek

1923-12-02

Janelle Johnson Dolenz, The Brute Man

1924-01-07

Karl Johnson, Night of the Ghouls

1924-01-22

J J Johnson, composer/jazz trombonist

1924-01-22

J.J. Johnson, Shaft

1924-03-15

Lockrem Johnson, composer

1924-04-16

Geoffrey Johnson Smith, actor (Norman Loves Rose, Drinking Games)

1924-04-16

Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Episode dated 17 May 1997

1924-06-16

Ernie Johnson, The Slugger's Wife

1924-07-08

Johnnie Johnson, American blues musician (d. 2005)

1924-07-08

Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll

1924-07-23

Brad Johnson, The Nice Ones Always Die First

1924-10-20

King Johnson, By Fires Unseen

1924-11-10

Russell Johnson, actor, (professor-Gilligan's Island)

1924-11-10

Russell Johnson, Santa Barbara

1925-02-11

Virginia E Johnson, doctor/sexologist (Masters & Johnson)

1925-02-11

Virginia Johnson, The Truth About Sex

1925-02-11

Virginia Johnson, You're Human Like the Rest of Them

1925-05-09

Albert Johnson, Play It As It Lays

1925-10-05

Besedka Johnson, Starlet

1925-12-01

Dick Johnson, Stocking Stuffers

1925-12-12

Cora Lee Johnson, social activist for rural poor

1926-02-01

Douglas Johnson, historian

1926-03-09

W. Cameron Johnson, Cross Road

1926-07-14

Bill Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1926-07-18

Bryan Johnson, singer/actor

1926-07-18

Bryan Johnson, The Eurovision Song Contest

1926-08-15

Georgiann Johnson, Decorah Iowa, actress (Marge-Mr Peepers)

1926-08-15

Georgann Johnson, All My Children

1926-08-20

Mary Lea Johnson, The Shining

1926-08-30

Cullen Johnson, The Power and the Glory

1926-11-28

Peter C. Johnson, That's Entertainment, Part II

1926-12-01

Allyn Ann McLerie, Jeremiah Johnson

1927-02-07

Laurie Johnson, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

1927-04-29

Betsy Ancker-Johnson, physicist/auto company exec

1927-07-06

Susan Johnson, Sister Act

1927-07-30

Richard Johnson, actor (Never So Few, Restless, Beyond the Door)

1927-07-30

Richard Johnson, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

1927-11-29

Richmond Johnson, Child's Play

1927-12-05

Edgar W. Johnson, Around the World in Eighty Days

1928-02-18

Tom Johnson, Canadian ice hockey player

1928-02-18

Tom Johnson, Jacques Plante

1928-03-08

Judy Johnson, Norfolk Va, singer (Your Show of Shows)

1928-03-08

Judy Johnson, Episode #5.13

1928-03-27

Jay Johnson, Born to Dance

1928-04-04

Maya Angelou, [Marguerite Johnson], St Louis, poet/actress (Nyo-Roots)

1928-07-28

Leroy Johnson, The House on Skull Mountain

1928-08-25

Darrell Johnson, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1928-08-25

Darrell Johnson, 1979 MLB All-Star Game

1928-11-02

Paul Johnson, British historian

1928-11-02

Paul Johnson, Sex, Lies and a Very British Scapegoat

1928-11-25

James "Jimmy" Johnson, US gospel/blues singer/guitarist

1929-01-20

Arte Johnson, Chicago Ill, comedian (Laugh-in, Don't Call Me Charlie)

1929-01-20

Arte Johnson, General Hospital

1929-01-20

Coslough Johnson, Evans Versus Davis

1929-07-10

George Clayton Johnson, Ocean's Eleven

1929-08-22

Harry McPherson, Tyler, Texas, presidential counsel (Lyndon Johnson) and lobbyist, (d. 2012)

1929-11-24

John Henry Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1930-03-19

Louis Johnson, The Wiz

1930-04-15

Sy Johnson, The Cotton Club

1930-06-02

Payne B. Johnson, The Blue Bird

1930-08-25

Page Johnson, WV, actress (Passages from Finnegan's Wake)

1930-08-25

Page Johnson, Nobody's Fool

1930-10-11

Sam Johnson, San Antonio, Texas, American politician (Rep-R-Texas)

1930-10-11

Sam Johnson, Return with Honor

1930-9-04

Ann Johnson, Decision Against Time

1931-03-04

Bob Johnson, American ice hockey coach (d. 1991)

1931-03-16

Betty Johnson, Guilford County NC, singer (Jack Paar Show, I Dreamed)

1931-06-28

Junior Johnson, American NASCAR driver

1931-06-28

Junior Johnson, Rumrunners, Moonshiners, & Bootleggers

1931-07-09

Haynes Johnson, RFK Must Die: The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy

1931-08-06

Chalmers Johnson, Why We Fight

1931-08-24

Tim Johnson, Young Blood

1931-12-05

Tommy Johnson, The Brothers Lionheart

1931-12-06

Thomas Johnson, The A-Word

1932-03-16

Betty Johnson, Episode #1.22

1932-05-21

Robert Sherlaw Johnson, composer

1933-02-05

B.S. Johnson, You're Human Like the Rest of Them

1933-02-09

Justice Johnson

1933-03-24

James Burr Johnson, The Execution of Private Slovik

1933-06-16

Kenneth Travis Johnson, Episode dated 27 April 1964

1933-06-16

Ken Johnson, Game 5

1933-10-02

Jeremy Johnson, Behind Locked Doors: The Triangle Fire

1933-9-14

Winnie Johnson, Ian Brady: Endgames of a Psychopath

1934-02-07

Earl King [Solomon Johnson], New Orleans, Louisiana, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Come On)

1934-04-28

Diane Johnson, The Shining

1934-07-20

Uwe Johnson, German writer

1934-07-20

Uwe Johnson, Episode #1.4

1934-08-07

Carlton Johnson, The Wiz

1934-08-18

Rafer Lewis Johnson, Hillsboro Tx, decathlete (Olympic-gold-1960)

1934-11-22

Paul Johnson, Channel 4 News

1934-9-22

Lou Johnson, Episode #19.6

1935-01-05

Nancy L Johnson, (Rep-R-CT, 1983- )

1935-01-05

Nancy Johnson, Women & Retirement

1935-01-07

Tommy Johnson, American tubist (d. 2006)

1935-01-07

Tommy Johnson, The Incredibles

1935-07-02

Curley Johnson, Super Bowl III

1935-08-12

Casey Johnson, Boom Town

1935-08-18

Rafer Johnson, Hillsboro Texas, decathlete (Olympics-gold-60)

1935-08-18

Rafer Johnson, Licence to Kill

1935-11-12

Terry Johnson, US R&B singer (Flamingos-I Know Better)

1935-11-16

Darlene Johnson, Aunt Evelyn

1935-9-27

Joyce Johnson, Jack Kerouac: On the Road to Desolation

1936-04-19

Ruby Johnson, US singer (I'll Run Your Hurt Away)

1936-07-20

Ken Johnson, Rocky V

1936-07-22

Donald F. Johnson, The Goonies

1936-10-14

Dorothy Johnson, Life Begins at 17

1936-12-12

Bengt Emil Johnson, composer

1936-12-12

Bernard Johnson, New Jack City

1936-9-30

Meg Johnson, Episode #1.6746

1937-02-25

Basia Johnson, maid (inherited Johnson & Johnson fortune)

1937-12-17

Edwin Johnson, Chalk

1938-03-31

Jimmy Johnson, San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks

1938-04-06

Chiquita Johnson, Jaguar

1938-05-17

Claude Johnson, Papa's Delicate Condition

1938-07-17

Deron Johnson, New York Yankees vs. California Angels

1938-10-15

Marvin E "Marv" Johnson, US gospel/R&B singer (Move 2 mountains)

1938-10-15

Marv Johnson, Teenage Millionaire

1938-10-29

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, President of Liberia

1938-10-29

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Small Small Thing

1938-11-22

Charley Johnson, Green Bay Packers vs. Denver Broncos

1939-01-04

Amos Johnson, Sonny Liston: The Mysterious Life and Death of a Champion

1939-05-24

Julie Ann Johnson, Crank

1939-06-14

Martin Johnson, Sweet Sixteen

1939-06-26

Charles "Chuck" Robb, (Sen-D-Va)/husband of Lynda Bird Johnson

1939-07-07

Bruce Johnson, Webster

1939-10-24

Keg Johnson, Hospital Mates

1939-11-18

Tom Johnson, composer

1940-01-30

David Johnson, composer

1940-02-08

Karlo Metikos, Going for the Gold: The Bill Johnson Story

1940-02-22

Johnson P Mlambo, South African leader (Pan-African Congress)

1940-07-30

Big Jack Johnson, Black Snake Moan

1940-08-18

Stanley Johnson, Episode #27.4

1940-11-05

Anthony Rolfe-Johnson, L'enfance du Christ

1940-9-18

Allen Johnson, Twist Around the Clock

1941-05-23

General George Norman Johnson, US singer (Down at the Beach Club)

1941-05-26

Jim Johnson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1941-08-07

Howard Johnson, Malcolm X

1941-10-01

Lamont Johnson, How Come Nobody's on Our Side?

1942-05-15

Lois Johnson, Country Boy

1942-08-10

Betsy Johnson, fashion designer (1971 Winnie Award)

1942-08-10

Betsey Johnson, Design a Collection

1942-10-26

Kenneth Johnson, V

1942-11-03

Gail Johnson, Days of Our Lives

1942-11-13

Walter Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1942-12-07

Alex Johnson, 1970 MLB All-Star Game

1943-01-30

Davy Johnson, baseball manager (NY Mets)

1943-01-30

Gustave Johnson, The Next Karate Kid

1943-01-30

Davey Johnson, 1986 MLB All-Star Game

1943-02-04

Jimmy Johnson, Muscle Shoals

1943-02-05

Sven Johnson, rocker (Tangerine Dream

1943-06-03

Leon Johnson, Capote

1943-07-16

Jimmy Johnson, Port Arthur Texas, NFL coach (Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins)

1943-07-16

Jimmy Johnson, The Waterboy

1943-10-07

Mike Johnson, 1967 NFL Championship Game

1943-10-23

Melodie Johnson, Coogan's Bluff

1944-02-08

Candy Johnson, Muscle Beach Party

1944-03-19

Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, LBJ's daughter

1944-03-19

Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, All the Presidents' Movies: The Movie

1944-06-17

Randy Johnson, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

1944-06-27

Marsha P. Johnson, Pay It No Mind: Marsha P. Johnson

1944-08-08

Michael Johnson, rocker

1944-08-24

Rocky Johnson, Canadian professional wrestler

1944-08-24

Rocky Johnson, Episode dated 16 June 1984

1944-10-19

Keith Adrian, [Johnson], Indies/Dutch actor (Intrepid Mr Twist)

1944-12-24

Daniel Johnson Jr., Breaking Point: Canada/Quebec - The 1995 Referendum

1944-9-18

Kim Johnson, Survivor: Africa - The Reunion

1945-01-18

Dennis Johnson, Keep the Faith, Baby

1945-04-13

Stacy Johnson, US singer (Sharpees-Tired of Being Alone)

1946-02-21

Monica Mcgowan Johnson, The Muse

1946-04-08

Robert L. Johnson, Hidden Blessings

1946-05-20

Judi Johnson, Episode #1.7

1946-05-29

Robin Johnson, Brooklyn, actress (Times Square)

1946-07-05

Pierre-Marc Johnson, Québécois lawyer, physician and politician

1946-07-05

Pierre-Marc Johnson, 15 Nov

1946-07-11

Cuthbert Johnson, Benedictine abbot.

1946-10-15

Essex Johnson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1946-10-26

Bobby Johnson, American Hot Wax

1946-12-28

Tim Johnson, American politician, senior senator from South Dakota

1946-9-15

Rhondda Johnson, The Official Story

1947-04-22

Beverly Johnson, The Endless Summer 2

1947-05-10

Steven Jae Johnson, A Million to Juan

1947-05-25

Jessi Colter, [Miriam Johnson], Phoenix, country singer (I'm Not Lisa)

1947-06-11

L.A. Johnson, Woodstock

1947-06-13

Henry Johnson, The Big One: The Truth About the San Andreas

1947-07-02

Luci Baines Johnson Nugent Turpin, daughter of Pres LBJ

1947-07-02

Luci Baines Johnson, Episode dated 17 November 2013

1947-07-22

Cliff Johnson, Greatest LCS Games

1947-10-05

Brian Johnson, Dunston, English rocker (AC/DC)

1947-10-05

Brian Johnson, The Avengers

1947-10-05

Brian Johnson, Totally Baked: A Pot-U-Mentary

1947-10-18

John Johnson, NBA (Seattle SuperSonic)

1947-12-28

David Cale Johnson, La veuve joyeuse

1948-02-01

Rick James (James Ambrose Johnson Jr), Buffalo New York, American funk musician

1948-03-01

Karl Johnson, The Illusionist

1948-06-22

Curtis Johnson, Super Bowl VII

1948-10-25

Ata Johnson, The Rock

1948-12-30

Jed Johnson, Heat

1949-01-23

Stephen L. Johnson, Mysteries of Egypt

1949-02-02

Paul D. Johnson, Titanic

1949-03-16

Onni Johnson, The Foster Son

1949-05-14

Sammy Johnson, Sid the Sexist

1949-07-11

Jay Johnson, Annabelle's Wish

1949-07-22

Tim Johnson, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1949-08-10

Gene Johnson, Sugar Grove Pa, singer (Diamond Rio-Meet in the Middle)

1949-10-06

Lonnie Johnson, 100 Greatest Toys

1949-11-14

Terry Lee Johnson, Alabama, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

1949-12-15

Don Johnson, Flatt Creek, Missouri, American actor (Miami Vice, Nash Bridges)

1949-12-15

Don Johnson, Django Unchained

1949-12-27

Lauri Johnson, City of Angels

1950-05-17

A A Johnson, MP

1950-05-17

Alan Johnson, Episode #41.6

1950-06-15

Wayne Hackett, Sensitive Johnson

1950-10-30

Levi Johnson, Los Angeles Rams vs. Detroit Lions

1950-11-16

David Wilson-Johnson, Merlin by Isaac Albéniz

1950-12-17

Laurence F. Johnson, American educator

1950-12-18

Martha Johnson, Toronto Canada, rocker (M+M)

1950-9-05

Leanna Johnson Heath, Bound for Glory

1951-01-23

Margaret Johnson Bailes, Bronx NY, 4X100 runner (Olympic-gold-1968)

1951-02-02

Alphonso Johnson, jazz bassist

1951-02-02

Kurt Johnson, Blood Drops

1951-07-04

Ralph Johnson, rock drummer (Earth Wind & Fire-Shining Star)

1951-07-04

Ralph Johnson, The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song

1951-08-14

Kyle Johnson, The Learning Tree

1951-10-22

Dennis Johnson, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins

1951-10-23

Sander Johnson, The Ice Pirates

1951-10-27

Tina Johnson, Search for Tomorrow

1951-12-16

Bill Johnson, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

1952-01-21

Billy Johnson, Deion Sanders

1952-01-27

"White Shoes" Johnson, American football player

1952-02-01

Rick James, [James Johnson], rock/soul/funk vocalist (Super Freak)

1952-02-17

Charlie Johnson, Super Bowl XV

1952-06-29

Joe Johnson, English snooker player

1952-07-12

Stephen R. Johnson, Peter Gabriel: Play

1952-07-29

Joe Johnson, When Snooker Ruled the World

1952-08-31

Gary Johnson, Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers

1952-10-05

Kurt Johnson, Sole Survivor

1952-10-13

Beverly Johnson, model/actress (Ashanti Land of No Mercy)

1952-10-13

Beverly Johnson, Michael Jackson: Liberian Girl

1953-01-01

Gary Johnson, Gary Johnson

1953-02-19

Keith Johnson, Major League II

1953-02-25

Geordie Johnson, The English Patient

1953-03-21

Shotgun Johnson [Robert], rock drummer (KC & the Sunshine Band-Give it Up)

1953-03-21

Taborah Johnson, Polka Dot Door

1953-03-26

Johnson, Kireedam

1953-05-17

George Johnson, Los Angeles California, rocker (Brothers Johnson)

1953-05-17

George Johnson, Don Cornelius: Visionary, Trailblazer & Cultural Icon

1953-05-17

George Johnson, The Woman in Red

1953-06-03

Suzanne Johnson, 420

1953-07-07

R.J. Lundgren, Danny Johnson Saves the World

1953-08-14

Cliff Johnson, American computer game author

1953-11-17

Jilly Johnson, England, vocalist (Blonde on Blonde)

1953-11-17

Jilly Johnson, Digging the Dancing Queens

1953-9-21

Sunny Johnson, Flashdance

1954-01-26

Catherine Johnson, Bullet Boy

1954-03-02

Pete Johnson, Super Bowl XVI

1954-03-31

Gregory F. Johnson, The Sixth Sense

1954-04-12

Marvin Johnson, US, middleweight boxer (Olympic-bronze-1972)

1954-05-28

Butch Johnson, Super Bowl XIII

1954-07-07

Sandy Johnson, Halloween

1954-07-30

Gregory C. Johnson, Hubble 3D

1954-08-16

Eija Johnson, D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear

1954-08-17

Eric Johnson, American guitarist

1954-10-16

Jon Johnson, Independence Day

1954-9-10

Clark Johnson, S.W.A.T.

1954-9-18

Dennis Johnson, Arnold 'Red' Auerbach

1955-02-01

E. Lamont Johnson, Death Wish II

1955-02-01

Lamont Johnson, Jerry Maguire

1955-03-25

Ken Johnson, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1955-04-13

Louis Johnson, Los Angeles California, rock bassist/vocalist (Brothers Johnson)

1955-04-13

Louis Johnson, Charlie Wilson's War

1955-06-10

Kenney Dale Johnson, Chris Isaak Greatest Hits

1955-06-19

Neil Johnson, Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target

1955-08-19

Cecil Johnson, Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1955-08-30

Richard "Butch" Johnson, Worcester Mass, archer (Olymp-gold-1992, 96)

1955-10-02

Ezra Johnson, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1955-10-07

Ralph Johnson, American computer scientist

1955-10-10

Dave Alan Johnson, Endings and Beginnings

1955-10-21

Frederick Johnson, All My Children

1955-11-10

Jay Mark Johnson, The Matrix

1955-11-13

Whoopi Goldberg [Caryn Johnson], New York, actress, comedian, and singer (Color Purple, Burglar)

1955-11-29

C. David Johnson, The Man Who Saved Christmas

1955-12-20

Terry Johnson, Not Only But Always

1955-9-09

Niki Johnson, Creation Fire: Part 2

1956-01-28

Michael Johnson, The 74th Annual Academy Awards

1956-02-08

Marques Johnson, White Men Can't Jump

1956-03-09

Peter Johnson, Sherlock Holmes Vs. Jack the Ripper

1956-06-08

Ron Johnson, Super Bowl XIV

1956-06-13

Randal Johnson, The Cage

1956-10-08

Johnnie Johnson, 1980 NFL Draft

1956-11-05

Ernie Johnson, The NBA on TNT

1956-11-15

K.J. Johnson, Good Luck Chuck

1956-9-01

Vinnie Johnson, Bad Boys

1957-06-23

John E. Johnson, This Train

1957-06-25

Joseph Alan Johnson, The Slumber Party Massacre

1957-06-29

Charles Johnson, Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

1957-08-01

Laura Johnson, Burbank California, actress (Falcon Crest)

1957-08-01

Laura Johnson, Red Eye

1957-08-13

Lynn Johnson, La vie des Botes

1957-08-20

Paul Johnson, 2014 Orange Bowl

1957-09-22

Mark Johnson, Madison WI, NHL forward (Olympic-gold-1980, Pitts, NJ)

1957-10-14

Catherine Johnson, Mamma Mia!

1957-12-19

Doug Johnson, rock keyboardist (Loverboy-Get Lucky)

1957-12-19

Doug Johnson, I Thought of You

1957-9-07

Lynbert 'Cheese' Johnson, Inside Moves

1957-9-22

Mark Johnson, Do You Believe in Miracles? The Story of the 1980 U.S. Hockey Team

1958-01-07

Kenny Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1958-03-13

Debi Nicolle Johnson, Torrance California, playmate (October, 1984)

1958-03-13

Debi Johnson, Playboy: 21 Playmates Centerfold Collection Volume II

1958-03-22

Linda Johnson Rice, The BET Honors 2011

1958-04-25

Christa Johnson, Arcata California, LPGA golfer (1990 Atlantic City Classic)

1958-05-26

Vicki V. Johnson, There Will Be Blood

1958-06-19

Dennis Johnson, 1980 NFL Draft

1958-06-20

Kelly Johnson [Bernadette], Edmonton, London, guitarist (Girlschool), (d. 2007)

1958-06-20

Kelly Johnson, Mr. Wrong

1958-08-10

Robert W. Johnson, Resurrection

1958-10-19

Laurie Johnson, Walk the Line

1958-11-04

Bayn Johnson, Three Blonde Mice

1958-12-13

Lynn-Holly Johnson, Chicago IL, actress (Ice Castles)

1958-12-13

Lynn-Holly Johnson, For Your Eyes Only

1958-9-21

Ron Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints

1959-01-12

Allyson C. Johnson, Monsoon Wedding

1959-01-20

Cookie Johnson, The Announcement

1959-02-03

Eddie Johnson, 1986 AFC Championship Game

1959-05-01

Eddie Johnson, NBA guard/forward (Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers)

1959-06-12

Jervis Johnson, Games Designer for Games Workshop, Nottingham

1959-08-14

Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Lansing Michigan, NBA Forward (LA Lakers/Olympic-gold-92)

1959-08-14

Magic Johnson, Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals

1959-10-24

Brad Johnson, Always

1959-11-23

Daniel J. Johnson, Gran Torino

1959-9-17

Bruce Johnson, Battlefield: Bad Company 2

1959-9-19

Josh Albee, Jeremiah Johnson

1960-02-07

Steve Johnson, Spider-Man 2

1960-02-08

Holly Johnson, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain

1960-02-09

Holly Johnson, Liverpool England, rock vocalist (Frankie Goes To Hollywood)

1960-02-09

Holly Johnson, The Proposal

1960-02-12

Chad Johnson, White Trash

1960-03-01

Alexander Johnson, Armageddon

1960-03-30

William D Johnson, US alpine skier

1960-05-29

Jesse Johnson, The Breakfast Club

1960-05-31

Norm Johnson, NFL place kicker (Seattle Seahawk, Pittsburgh Steelers)

1960-05-31

Norm Johnson, Super Bowl XXX

1960-07-18

Anne-Marie Johnson, Los Angeles California, actress (In the Heat of the Night)

1960-07-18

Anne-Marie Johnson, Robot Jox

1960-11-16

Trumaine Johnson, 1988 AFC Championship Game

1960-11-29

Howard Johnson, Clearwater Florida, American baseball player (New York mets)

1960-11-29

Howard Johnson, The Tim McCarver Show

1960-12-31

Ingrid Johnson, Green Garden

1961-01-21

Rick Johnson, Jerry Maguire

1961-02-20

Rodney Van Johnson, Port Charles

1961-03-10

Andray Johnson, Blade

1961-03-14

Penny Johnson Jerald, American actress

1961-03-14

Penny Johnson Jerald, Absolute Power

1961-03-18

Grant A. Johnson, Santa Barbara

1961-04-11

Ernest Johnson, Auto Recovery

1961-05-17

Corey Johnson, Ex Machina

1961-06-06

Wes Johnson, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

1961-08-15

Matt Johnson, rocker (The The-Infected Soul Mining)

1961-08-15

Matt Johnson, Judge Dredd

1961-08-25

Ryan K. Johnson, Naming the Unnameable

1961-11-01

Calvin Johnson, American musician (Beat Happening, The Halo Benders, Dub Narcotic Sound System)

1961-11-27

Lee Johnson, NFL punter/kicker (Cin Bengals)

1961-11-27

Lee Johnson, Super Bowl XXIII

1961-12-14

Bobby Johnson, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1961-12-22

Eri Johnson, O Beijo, a Foto e o Empréstimo

1961-12-30

Ben Johnson, Falmouth, Jamaica, Canadian 100m runner (Olympic-gold-1988-disqualified)

1961-12-30

Ben Johnson, Who's the Man: Masculinity, Mythos and the Media

1961-12-30

Ben Johnson, Episode #1.1

1961-12-31

Joanna Johnson, actress (Caroline-Bold & Beautiful)

1961-12-31

Joanna Johnson, Hope & Faith

1962-03-23

David C. Johnson, Drop Squad

1962-03-24

Vaughan Johnson, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-04-24

Mike Johnson, 1984 NFL Draft

1962-05-07

Patrick Read Johnson, DragonHeart

1962-06-01

Jesse Johnson, rocker (Time)

1962-08-09

Jim Johnson, New Hope, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

1962-10-11

Eric Johnson, Seaside OR, Nike golfer (1993 NIKE Louisiana Open-3rd)

1962-11-08

Ron Johnson, Australian baseball hitting coach (Olympics-1996)

1962-11-26

Mike Johnson, NFL inside linebacker (Detroit Lions)

1962-11-26

Mike Johnson, Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1962-12-21

Joe Johnson, Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards

1963-02-13

Celeste Beard Johnson, Millionaire Murder

1963-03-13

Vance Johnson, NFL wide receiver (Denver Broncos)

1963-03-13

Vance Johnson, Super Bowl XXIV

1963-04-05

Scott Johnson, Bodies, Rest & Motion

1963-04-07

Rolf Johnson, Pulp Fiction

1963-04-22

Justin Johnson, A Cry from the Grave

1963-07-06

Lance Johnson, 1996 MLB All-Star Game

1963-07-07

Lance Johnson, Cincinnati OH, outfielder (NY Mets)

1963-07-13

Kenny Johnson, Blade

1963-11-13

Walter Johnson, 1987 NFL Draft

1963-9-03

A.J. Johnson, Baby Boy

1963-9-10

Randy Johnson, Bart Has Two Mommies

1963-9-16

Richard Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Houston Oilers

1964-03-07

Ron Johnson, Karaoke King

1964-03-15

Alison Johnson, Tustin CA, WPVA volleyball player (US Open-4th-1993)

1964-05-29

Robin Johnson, Guiding Light

1964-06-19

Boris Johnson, British politician

1964-06-19

Boris Johnson, Boris Johnson

1964-06-29

Pepper Johnson, NFL linebacker (NY Giants, Cleveland Browns)

1964-07-09

Sheldon Johnson, The Village

1964-07-29

Pepper Johnson, Super Bowl XXV

1964-10-19

Kurt Johnson, Horrorween

1964-10-26

Chris Johnson, Hell's Fury: Wanted Dead or Alive

1964-10-30

Mark Steven Johnson, Ghost Rider

1964-11-10

Troy Johnson, Detroit Lions vs. New York Giants

1964-12-06

Will Johnson, CFL defensive end (Saskatchewan Roughriders)

1965-01-29

Tim Johnson, NFL defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)

1965-01-29

Tim Johnson, Super Bowl XXVI

1965-01-31

Adam Johnson, Portland Ore, beach volleyballer (Olympics-96)

1965-03-17

Timothy O. Johnson, Doc

1965-03-25

Avery Johnson, NBA guard (San Antonio Spurs)

1965-03-25

Avery Johnson, Avery Johnson/Matt 'Money' Smith

1965-04-27

Sola Adeyemi, Mister Johnson

1965-06-22

Lionel Johnson, Blade II

1965-07-22

Alondra Johnson, CFL linebacker (Calgary Stampeders)

1965-08-27

Julie Ann Johnson, One Life to Live

1965-11-25

Michael G. Johnson, Around the World in 80 Days

1965-9-09

Michelle Johnson, Death Becomes Her

1965-9-27

Yvette Johnson, Lost

1966-01-17

Trish Johnson, Bristol England, LPGA golfer (1993 Las Vegas)

1966-01-21

William E. Johnson III, The Kingdom

1966-02-10

Curley 'Boo' Johnson, Little Nicky

1966-02-16

Arthur Johnson, Arthur 'Flash' Johnson: Olympic Boxer

1966-03-03

Keith Johnson, Keep Creating

1966-03-04

Kevin Johnson, NBA guard (Phoenix Suns)

1966-03-04

Kevin Johnson, Small Market, Big Heart

1966-05-23

K. Lee Johnson, Under Siege

1966-07-14

D J Johnson, NFL cornerback (Atlanta Falcons)

1966-07-14

D.J. Johnson, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1966-08-26

Joe Johnson, TV's Greatest Cars

1966-09-30

Kerry G. Johnson, African American graphic designer and caricaturist

1966-10-06

Jimmie Johnson, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1966-10-06

Jimmie Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

1966-11-29

Tracy Johnson, Los Angeles Raiders vs. Seattle Seahawks

1966-12-08

Scott Shepherd, Johnson County War

1966-9-09

Jarrod Johnson, My Mom's Having a Baby

1967-03-04

Sam Taylor-Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey

1967-05-29

Wycliffe Gordon, Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson

1967-06-11

Rhonda C. Johnson, Vanishing Son

1967-07-25

Veronica C. Johnson, Devil in the Flesh

1967-09-13

Michael Johnson, Dallas Tx, 200m/400m runner (Olympic-2 gold-96)

1967-10-11

Thomas D.G. Johnson, The Chocolate War

1967-10-17

Mark Johnson, Worcester MA, infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1967-10-25

Anthony Johnson, NFL fullback (Chic Bears, Carolina Panthers)

1967-10-25

Anthony Johnson, 1990 NFL Draft

1967-12-07

Bryan Johnson, My Favorite Munster

1967-12-21

Ervin Johnson, NBA center (Seattle Supersonics, Milwaukee Bucks)

1967-12-22

Cheryl Johnson, Saints Row

1967-9-13

Michael Johnson, The Master of Disguise

1968-01-06

Steven Johnson, Cold

1968-01-08

Brian Johnson, Oakland California, catcher (San Diego Padres)

1968-01-27

Reggie Johnson, NFL tight end (Philadelphia Eagles)

1968-01-31

Howie Johnson, The Informant!

1968-02-12

Christopher Johnson McCandless, Into the Wild

1968-04-23

Jan Johnson Goldberger, Outlaw Cherokee Bill

1968-04-27

Lynda Johnson, Rumeurs

1968-05-08

John Johnson, NFL linebacker (NO Saints)

1968-05-13

Arne Johnson, The Future Starts Here

1968-06-15

Curt Johnson, Once and Again

1968-07-08

Freddie Johnson, Postcards from the Future

1968-07-28

Toni Ann Johnson, All My Children

1968-08-07

Todd Johnson, Elon Gold: Chosen & Taken

1968-08-21

Wendy Johnson, All in the Family

1968-09-13

Brad Johnson, NFL quarterback (Minnesota Vikings)

1968-11-24

Ken Johnson, Quincy Mass, 3x40 rifle (Olympics-1996)

1968-12-08

Bill Johnson, defensive tackle (St Louis Rams)

1968-12-09

Bill Johnson, NFL defensive linebacker (Pittsburgh Steelers)

1968-12-09

Bill Johnson, 1992 NFL Draft

1968-9-13

Brad Johnson, Super Bowl XXXVII

1969-01-02

Glen Johnson, Jamaican boxer

1969-01-03

Ghandia Johnson, Survivor: Thailand - The Reunion

1969-01-28

Jimi Johnson, The Avengers

1969-02-03

Marc Henry Johnson, The Awful Truth

1969-03-14

Larry Johnson, NBA forward (Charlotte Hornets, NY Knicks)

1969-03-14

Larry Johnson, Space Jam

1969-03-19

Frederick Keith Johnson, Ghost

1969-04-01

Kiersten Leigh Johnson, Security

1969-04-21

Jay Johnson, Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

1969-05-22

Chuck Johnson, 1992 NFL Draft

1969-06-30

Ben Patrick Johnson, Entertainment Tonight

1969-12-03

TJ Johnson, The Leaves of Eden

1969-12-11

Mark L. Johnson, How High

1969-12-16

Jerry Johnson, The Writer

1970-02-24

John Johnson, Gotham, IL

1970-03-09

Martin Johnson, Building Jerusalem

1970-03-20

Tande, Tande/Eri Johnson e Chico Anísio/Mart'nália

1970-03-22

Andreas Johnson, Swedish singer

1970-03-22

Andreas Johnson, Episode dated 4 February 2000

1970-03-28

James Johnson, NFL/WLAF running back (Tampa Bucs, Frankfurt Galaxy)

1970-04-17

Doug Johnson, V/H/S

1970-05-01

Thomas Roland Johnson, The Fifth Element

1970-05-07

Drew Johnson, The Road Home

1970-05-22

Clyde Johnson, cornerback (KC Chiefs)

1970-06-01

Raylee Johnson, NFL defensive end (San Diego Chargers)

1970-06-01

Raylee Johnson, 1993 NFL Draft

1970-06-07

Kevin Johnson, Episode dated 12 February 2007

1970-06-25

Roger R. Johnson, Welcome to Alaska

1970-06-25

Rodney G. Johnson, Welcome to Alaska

1970-08-27

Ann P. Johnson, The Pink House

1970-10-06

Amy Jo Johnson, American actress and singer

1970-10-06

Amy Jo Johnson, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie

1970-10-30

Kevin Johnson, NFL defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders)

1970-12-12

Madchen Amick, Reno NV, actress (Shelly Johnson-Twin Peaks)

1970-12-13

Bart Johnson, High School Musical

1970-12-16

Megan Johnson, Ultimate Film Fanatic

1970-12-18

Susan Johnson, Mean Creek

1970-12-24

Filmel Johnson, NFL defensive back (Buffalo Bills)

1970-9-14

Scott Johnson, How to Train Your Dragon

1970-9-14

Scott Johnson, Church Ball

1970-9-16

Knowl Johnson, Steel Magnolias

1971-01-15

LeShon Johnson, running back (Arizona Cardinals)

1971-02-14

Lonnie Johnson, NFL tight end (Buffalo Bills)

1971-02-14

Lonnie Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1971-02-14

Jason Johnson, The Parlor

1971-03-01

Allen Johnson, Wash DC, long jumper/110m hurdler (Olympics-gold-96)

1971-04-28

Taj Johnson, Saving Grace

1971-04-30

Ariyan A. Johnson, The General's Daughter

1971-04-30

Carolyn Dawn Johnson, The 30th Annual American Music Awards

1971-05-09

Zach Johnson, The Movie Hero

1971-05-12

Tommy Johnson, WLAF cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-07-20

Charles Johnson, Fort Pierce Fla, catcher (US Olympics 1992, Marlins)

1971-07-20

Charles Johnson, 1997 World Series

1971-08-13

Krishna Johnson, Billie Speare

1971-08-30

Tre Johnson, NFL guard (Washington Redskins)

1971-09-04

Tyrone Johnson, NFL wide receiver (Atlanta Falcons)

1971-10-16

David Johnson, cricketer (Karnataka fast bowler, India 1996-)

1971-11-22

Jay Johnson, You Aint Nothing in This Town Without a Shopping Cart

1971-11-29

Jesse V. Johnson, Thor

1971-12-20

Eric Curtis Johnson, Exit, Clowny!

1971-12-29

Andrew Johnson, Last Exit

1972-01-03

Charles Johnson, NFL wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers)

1972-01-03

Charles Johnson, 2001 AFC Championship Game

1972-01-07

Jared Brent Johnson, Dead Men Show No Smiles

1972-01-13

Meka Johnson, Chasin' Pink

1972-02-05

Tony Johnson, tight end (New Orleans Saints)

1972-03-04

Miriam Johnson, Creekside Home Timbers

1972-03-08

Craig Johnson, St Paul Mn, NHL left wing (LA Kings/Oly-1994)

1972-03-11

Kevin Johnson, Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding

1972-04-11

Ted Johnson, linebacker (New England Patriots)

1972-04-15

Melvin Johnson, NFL safety (Tampa Bay Bucs)

1972-04-15

Vickie Johnson, WNBA guard/forward (NY Liberty)

1972-05-02

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, American professional wrestler and actor

1972-05-02

Dwayne Johnson, Fast & Furious 6

1972-05-10

Akili Johnson, NFL defensive back (Atlanta Falcons)

1972-05-27

Charles C. Johnson, The Suffering

1972-06-05

Kristine Johnson, Episode dated 18 March 2009

1972-06-10

Pat Johnson, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins)

1972-06-28

Eric Johnson, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)

1972-07-10

Christopher Johnson, Final Destination 3

1972-07-11

Joe Johnson, NFL defensive end (NO Saints)

1972-07-11

Joe Johnson, 1994 NFL Draft

1972-07-22

Keyshawn Johnson, American football player

1972-07-22

Keyshawn Johnson, Episode dated 3 July 2009

1972-07-29

Dianna Davis-Johnson, Black Angels

1972-09-17

Darrius Johnson, NFL defensive back (Denver Broncos-Super Bowl 32)

1972-12-04

Ted Johnson, NFL inside linebacker (NE Patriots)

1972-12-04

Ted Johnson, Golf Company/A Blow to the Brain/The Birdmen

1973-01-25

Whit Johnson, Less than 1%/The Lucky One/Sure Shot?/On the Road/Patti Smith/No Foolin'

1973-02-09

Ian Johnson, Xtreme 4x4

1973-02-19

Douglas A. Johnson, Flight from Shadow

1973-03-03

Ryan Johnson, The Lucky Penny

1973-03-18

Rob Johnson, NFL quarterback (Jacksonville Jaguars)

1973-03-24

Anil Johnson, Drishyam

1973-03-31

J. Alan Johnson, Buy Sell Kill: A Flea Market Story

1973-04-11

Robert Johnson, Cornman: American Vegetable Hero

1973-04-30

Brandy Johnson, Bean

1973-05-12

Adam Johnson, Frozen

1973-05-24

Jill Johnson, Heartbreak Hotel

1973-05-29

Emma Johnson, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1973-07-04

Michael Johnson, English-born Jamaican footballer

1973-07-17

Mike Johnson, Real World

1973-08-01

Ben Johnson, cricketer (promising South Australian opening batsman)

1973-08-13

Troy Johnson, All-Stars Team Up with Pro Athletes

1973-08-25

Andre Johnson, 1996 NFL Draft

1973-10-27

Jason Johnson, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1973-10-30

Ellis Johnson, NFL defensive back (Indianapolis Colts)

1973-10-30

Ellis Johnson, 1995 NFL Draft

1973-11-08

Tara Johnson, Miss USA-Wisconsin (1997)

1973-12-09

Nicole Randall Johnson, Role Models

1973-12-17

Rian Johnson, Looper

1974-01-01

Roan Johnson, The First on the List

1974-01-09

Nicole Johnson, Diabulimia

1974-01-11

Echo Leta Johnson, Austin TX, playmate (Jan, 1993)

1974-01-11

Echo Johnson, Playboy Celebrity Centerfold: Jessica Hahn

1974-02-01

Nathan G. Johnson, Liver It Up

1974-02-05

Adrienne Johnson, WNBA guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1974-04-10

Sherry Johnson, Owatonna Minnesota, Miss America-Minnesota (1996)

1974-04-29

Peta Johnson, Dead Island Riptide

1974-05-02

Andy Johnson, Welsh footballer

1974-05-03

Ryan R. Johnson, Z for Zachariah

1974-06-22

Erik Johnson, Vulgar

1974-06-28

Hollie Johnson, The Dark Lurking

1974-06-30

Chris Johnson, Cast Away

1974-07-19

Dev Johnson, Faultline

1974-10-02

Anthony Johnson, NBA guard (Sacramento Kings)

1974-10-02

Anthony Johnson, Underground

1974-10-03

Mike Johnson, Canadian ice hockey player

1974-10-16

Karen Johnson, Homeless for the Holidays

1974-11-07

Kimberly R. Johnson, The Ringer

1974-11-14

George A. Johnson, Homeless for the Holidays

1974-9-06

Steven Johnson, Episode #4.6

1974-9-24

Craigus R. Johnson, Hollywood Shuffle

1974-9-29

Brian Johnson, Dumb Jocks

1975-01-09

Tanji Johnson, Episode #1.1

1975-01-13

James J. Johnson, Too Saved

1975-01-19

Chris Johnson, Over Coffee

1975-02-03

Stephen Roderick Johnson, Essential Poems for Christmas

1975-03-19

Tuck Johnson, Echoes

1975-03-23

Robert Johnson, Zero Hour

1975-04-04

Robert M. Johnson, Paper Clips

1975-04-08

Carriann Johnson, Three Master Suite Renovations in Sacramento

1975-04-28

Constanze Verena Johnson, Dilemma

1975-05-02

Mark Johnson, Dayton Ohio, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-05-18

Jack Johnson, American musician

1975-05-18

Jack Johnson, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

1975-08-09

Anisa Nyell Johnson, The Return of Brimsleys Walk

1975-08-11

Emily Johnson, Beowulf

1975-09-17

Jimmie Johnson, American race car driver

1975-11-21

Cherie Johnson, Pitts Pa, actress (Cherie-Punky Brewster)

1975-11-21

Cherie Johnson, I Do... I Did!

1975-12-18

Ryan James Johnson,

1975-9-17

Jimmie Johnson, Herbie Fully Loaded

1976-01-29

Catherine E. Johnson, The Quietest Sound

1976-02-15

Quanita Johnson, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

1976-02-21

Jared Johnson, Swindled

1976-02-23

Michael Wade Johnson, Killer Shorts 2

1976-02-24

Zach Johnson, professional golfer

1976-02-29

Shane Johnson, Saving Private Ryan

1976-03-17

Tisha Johnson, Empty

1976-04-25

Ryan Thomas Johnson, Carnosaur 2

1976-04-30

Eric Johnson, Super Bowl XXXVII

1976-06-07

Eric D. Johnson, Our Idiot Brother

1976-06-25

Bryan Johnson, World Series Open 2006

1976-07-15

Kevin Johnson, 1999 NFL Draft

1976-07-18

Brad Johnson, Live and Kicking

1976-07-29

Sabrina Johnson, Butt Banged Naughty Nurses

1976-08-21

Chane't Johnson, The Ring Two

1976-10-03

Nate Johnson, Seattle Wash, canoe (alt-Olympics-96)

1976-11-01

Wayne Johnson, Chasing Greatness

1976-11-16

Jamal Johnson, Trust

1976-11-18

Brad Eric Johnson, New Port South

1976-12-07

Brent Johnson, Canadian football player

1976-12-08

Reed Johnson, American baseball player

1976-12-08

Junius Johnson, The Brothers Bloom

1976-12-08

Reed Johnson, Episode dated 26 September 2008

1976-12-26

Kendra C. Johnson, Phat Girlz

1976-9-02

Syleena Johnson, Drumline

1976-9-03

Rebekah Johnson, As Good as It Gets

1976-9-14

Jamie Jay Johnson, Sounds Like Teen Spirit

1977-02-05

Justin Johnson, Zombie Girl: The Movie

1977-02-24

Jay Kenneth Johnson, The Young and the Restless

1977-02-28

Martin T. Askamp, Detention: The Siege at Johnson High

1977-03-09

Jason Johnson, The ButterCream Gang

1977-04-03

Willow Johnson, Ranma ½

1977-04-18

Bryce Johnson, Doctor Strange

1977-05-07

Patrick Johnson, American broadcaster

1977-05-16

Alex J. Johnson, Music Beat

1977-05-26

Je'Caryous Johnson, Friends and Lovers

1977-06-04

Sean W. Johnson, Forgetting Sarah Marshall

1977-07-21

Richard Johnson, Episode #37.33

1977-08-27

Omari Pili Johnson, Royal Palm Estate

1977-08-29

Chris J. Johnson, xXx: State of the Union

1977-10-27

Doug Johnson, Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans

1977-12-11

Jaimie C. Johnson, Pucked

1978-01-09

Chad Johnson, American football player

1978-01-09

Chad Johnson, American Reunion

1978-01-09

Stephanie June Johnson, Twilight

1978-01-11

Ryan Browning Johnson, Divergent

1978-01-20

Nathania Johnson, How to Be a Girl

1978-01-24

Benjamin Vaughn Johnson, Tweek City

1978-02-14

Becky Johnson, Uranium

1978-05-01

Andrew Johnson, Mad Max: Fury Road

1978-05-23

David Lisle Johnson, In My Pocket

1978-05-28

Jake Johnson, Jurassic World

1978-08-21

Jeremy Johnson, Sun Dogs

1978-09-19

Nick Johnson, baseball player

1978-10-05

Stephen Johnson, Where the Wild Things Are

1978-10-08

Daryl J. Johnson, Superhero Movie

1978-10-31

Becky Johnson, Fred Claus

1978-11-06

Jeffrey R. Johnson, Paradox

1978-11-18

Damien Johnson, Northern Irish footballer

1978-11-20

Carrie Johnson, Aces 'N' Eights

1978-12-08

Davey Johnson, The Great Bird Man

1978-9-06

Shaun Johnson, 2 Girls, 1 Tongue

1978-9-06

David Michael Johnson, When does Love begin?

1978-9-12

Geoff Johnson, Goutte d'Or

1978-9-13

Allison B. Johnson, Crank Yankers

1978-9-19

Nick Johnson, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1979-01-16

Dave Johnson, Boys vs. Girls

1979-02-10

Maurice Johnson, The Governor's Daughters

1979-02-11

Bethel Johnson, Super Bowl XXXIX

1979-02-14

Bjorn Johnson, Deep Water

1979-03-16

J. Brandon Johnson, Solstice

1979-03-19

Justin Johnson, The Shrieking

1979-03-20

Duke Johnson, Anomalisa

1979-03-22

Ben Johnson, Columbine

1979-03-25

Robin Johnson, Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault

1979-03-26

Rebecca Pauline Johnson, A Subtitled Ending

1979-04-03

Michael A. Johnson, Monster-in-Law

1979-04-09

Jeffery Johnson, The Last Days of Danny Pelvic & The Thrusters

1979-05-07

John Johnson, Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast

1979-06-04

Joshua Johnson, How to Be a Girl

1979-06-15

Lauren Johnson, The Hard Easy

1979-07-04

Tom Johnson, Outside

1979-08-01

Ben Johnson, Dreamer: The Movie

1979-08-07

Eric Johnson, American actor

1979-08-07

Eric Johnson, Legends of the Fall

1979-10-01

Rudi Johnson, American football player

1979-10-01

Rudi Johnson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1979-11-15

Justin Johnson, The Grievance Group

1979-11-19

Larry Johnson, American football player

1979-11-19

Larry Johnson, Episode dated 15 May 2007

1979-11-23

Christa Johnson, Expansion Time

1979-9-15

Eric Johnson, New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons

1979-9-24

Casey Johnson, Trust Fund Babies

1980-01-08

Neil Hodgson, Johnson Battery

1980-01-11

Jennifer L. Johnson, Critical Condition

1980-01-20

David B. Johnson, Zombie's Toothache

1980-01-29

Haylie Johnson, Fathers' Day

1980-02-22

Katie May Johnson, Happenstance

1980-03-06

Mark Dalton, Getting Levi's Johnson

1980-03-17

Patrick L. Johnson,

1980-04-13

Kyle Patrick Johnson, Thick Window

1980-05-05

DerMarr Johnson, American basketball player

1980-05-23

Ron Johnson, 1999 Wells Fargo Sun Bowl

1980-06-07

Jade Johnson, Grand Final 2009: Part One

1980-06-07

Jessica Leigh Johnson, Jessie & Jill

1980-06-26

Tori Johnson,

1980-07-15

Denell Johnson, Hustlin' Hands

1980-08-21

G. Mitchell Johnson, Gnashing

1980-10-03

Johnson Nguyen, Alternate Realities

1980-12-11

Dmitri M. Johnson, The Spiderwick Chronicles

1980-12-12

Peter Johnson, Population Control Inc.

1980-9-01

Sylvia Johnson, All Is Lost

1980-9-04

Jeremi Johnson, New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1981-01-21

Alec Johnson, Exquisite Corpse

1981-01-23

Johnson Huynh, Cheaters

1981-02-10

Andrew Johnson, English footballer

1981-03-01

Ryan Johnson, Miracle

1981-03-07

Bryant Johnson, San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals

1981-03-13

Landon Johnson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1981-04-07

Esther Elise Johnson, Z Nation

1981-04-08

Paul Johnson, The Conrail Boyz

1981-04-12

Rebecca Ann Johnson, Breaking Wind

1981-05-19

Darrah Johnson, Beg, Barter, Steal

1981-06-07

Tyler Johnson, baseball player

1981-06-29

Joe Johnson, American basketball player

1981-06-29

Joe Johnson, Kevin O'Connor/Ray Ratto/Al Horford

1981-07-11

Andre Johnson, American football player

1981-07-11

Andre Johnson, Episode dated 3 February 2010

1981-08-04

Christopher Johnson, Episode #2.2

1981-08-14

Jarret Johnson, San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders

1981-08-18

Kirsten Ida Johnson, The Final Destination

1981-08-23

Nicholas Johnson, Bonjour Paris

1981-10-28

Moe Johnson, Angela 2

1981-11-02

Mitchell Johnson, Commonwealth Bank Series: Australia vs Sri Lanka: Game 3

1981-11-15

Dave Johnson, Bedsitcom

1981-11-16

Carl Johnson, Episode #3.7

1981-11-29

Teyo Johnson, Hood of Horror

1981-12-07

Tank Johnson,

1981-12-12

Spencer Johnson, Atlanta Falcons vs. Minnesota Vikings

1982-02-03

Jeremiah Johnson, Day of the Wrecking Ball

1982-02-10

Lance Johnson, Rent

1982-02-20

Scott Johnson, Blind Spot

1982-03-16

Kristen Johnson, Miss USA 2005

1982-04-07

Michelle Johnson, Gangster Squad

1982-04-08

Chris Johnson, A Better Life: An Exploration of Joy & Meaning in a World Without God

1982-04-13

Preston Johnson, Di passaggio

1982-04-13

April Johnson,

1982-04-27

Katrina Johnson, American actress

1982-04-27

Katrina Johnson, Soul 4 Real

1982-05-28

Benjamin Johnson, CSNY/Déjà Vu

1982-06-17

Danyl Johnson, Episode #4.6

1982-06-20

Adam Kristopher Johnson, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

1982-07-16

Brett Johnson, Waldorf Stories

1982-08-27

Stephanie Johnson, All That I Need

1982-10-22

Daniel M. Johnson "The Untouchable DJ Drastic", American DJ, music industry professional, and radio presenter

1982-11-11

Ryan Neatha Johnson, The Frozen Ground

1982-11-22

Derrick Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1982-12-07

Jesse Johnson, Killing Lincoln

1982-12-07

Jesse Johnson, Hooray for the Madness

1982-12-19

Hisonni Johnson, Grayson: Earth One

1982-9-20

Derek Johnson, The Amazing Spider-Man 2

1983-01-17

Melody Johnson, The Virgin Suicides

1983-01-30

Chris Johnson, This Ain't Avatar XXX

1983-02-07

Gregory D. Johnson Jr.,

1983-02-23

Derek Wayne Johnson, Broken Blood

1983-04-13

Charlotte Johnson, Bringing Home Baby

1983-04-28

Roger Johnson, English footballer

1983-04-30

Aaron Johnson, 2004 Much Music Video Music Awards

1983-05-06

Adam Chinoy, Shooting Johnson Roebling

1983-05-08

Kirsten Johnson, Terra Incognita: The Perils and Promise of Stem Cell Research

1983-06-04

John Robert Johnson, Common

1983-06-06

Jeff Tetreault, Bad Johnson

1983-07-20

Steven Johnson, Tomorrowland

1983-08-09

Ashley Johnson, actress (Chrissy-Growing Pains)

1983-08-09

Ashley Johnson, The Avengers

1983-08-25

Gary Michael Johnson, Beyond the Mat

1983-10-08

C.R. Johnson, The Crash Reel

1983-10-11

Dallas Johnson, No Greater Love

1983-10-20

Johnson Lo, Albatross Inc.

1983-11-19

Kimmie Johnson, Knight and Day

1983-12-16

CJ Johnson, The Signal

1983-9-20

Andrew Johnson, The Internship

1984-01-31

Josh Johnson, Episode dated 4 May 2011

1984-02-17

Carl Johnson, Accident

1984-02-28

Michael Johnson, The Kings

1984-03-01

Daniel Johnson, Audition

1984-03-06

Anthony Johnson, UFC 104: Machida vs. Shogun

1984-03-17

Jacob K. Johnson, Feast II: Sloppy Seconds

1984-04-25

Jen Johnson, Lingerie Bowl

1984-05-02

Charlie Johnson, Super Bowl XLIV

1984-06-02

Ian Johnson, Striking Range

1984-06-22

Dustin Johnson, Episode dated 4 August 2014

1984-08-23

Glen Johnson, English footballer

1984-11-13

Cameron Johnson, Outdoor Craze

1984-11-16

Melody Johnson, Ta Da

1984-11-21

Jackie Michele Johnson, Inherent Vice

1984-12-08

Marco Johnson, Deadly Game of Death

1984-12-14

Louisa Braden Johnson, Martha Marcy May Marlene

1985-02-20

Lanaria Johnson, The Amazing Spider-Man 2

1985-04-08

Elizabeth Johnson, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves

1985-05-09

Scott Johnson, In a World...

1985-06-07

Jason Johnson-Spinos, Melody for Allyriane

1985-09-29

Calvin Johnson, American football player

1985-10-01

Sicily Johnson, How Stella Got Her Groove Back

1985-12-03

Liz Johnson, Alan Carr's Summertime Specstacular 2

1985-9-10

Matt Johnson, Episode #1.4

1985-9-29

Calvin Johnson, Andy Samberg/Carrie Underwood

1986-01-04

Ranel Johnson, Cry_Wolf

1986-02-06

Cachét Johnson, The Family That Preys

1986-02-19

Kali Baker-Johnson, Johnny's Leaving

1986-02-25

Kaiser Johnson, Manalive

1986-04-03

Katie Johnson, Bio.Rhythm

1986-06-10

Maliabeth Johnson, Weekend at Barney's

1986-07-03

Dominic Johnson, Ceiling Unlimited

1986-07-10

Charles Johnson, 2007 NFL Draft

1986-07-23

Baylor Johnson, The Night of the White Pants

1986-07-27

Kellin Johnson, Oz the Great and Powerful

1986-11-04

Alexz Johnson, Canadian singer and actress

1986-11-04

Alexz Johnson, Final Destination 3

1986-11-26

Samantha Johnson, Tweek City

1986-12-16

Breann Johnson, Red Wing

1986-9-18

Hunter Johnson, 2 Jennifer

1986-9-19

Tyler Paul Johnson, Don't Be Evil

1987-04-07

Jack Johnson, Lost in Space

1987-05-27

Dale Jordan Johnson, A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing

1987-06-21

Justin Johnson, Malt

1987-07-14

Adam Johnson, English footballer

1987-07-17

Chase Johnson, The Thrill of the Hunt

1987-07-18

Michael Johnson, Blue Chips

1987-07-29

Sabra Johnson, American dancer

1987-07-29

Sabra Johnson, High School Musical

1987-08-26

Bryant Johnson, Put Me in a Trance

1987-08-26

David Johnson, Super Bowl XLV

1987-11-13

Meredith Johnson, Natural Selection

1987-11-19

Aaron M. Johnson, The Mandalorian Legacy

1987-9-09

Donna Simone Johnson, Jessica's Mom (or the Science of Triangles)

1988-01-05

Jordan Johnson, Bring It On: All or Nothing

1988-02-06

Stafon Johnson, Episode dated 5 March 2010

1988-02-16

Quanteus Johnson, Line of Sight

1988-03-14

Josh Samman, Samman/Cerrone/Johnson/Weidman

1988-04-16

Katy Johnson Evans, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams

1988-05-08

Lauren Johnson, Plates

1988-05-13

Adams Johnson, The Secret She Carried

1988-06-16

Liam Johnson, Reboot

1988-07-29

Dashanae Johnson-Smith, Geppetto

1988-07-29

Shauntae Johnson-Smith, Geppetto

1988-08-01

Patrick Johnson Jr., Jump In!

1988-08-24

Maria Selena Johnson, Woggie

1988-08-30

Sara Solomon Johnson, Reflex Theory of a Shy Killer

1988-10-05

Alexis Johnson, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

1988-9-04

Christopher Reddick-Johnson, Arm in Arms

1988-9-25

Joshua A.C. Johnson, Million Dollar Arm

1989-02-01

Britanni Johnson, Borderlands

1989-02-24

Jon Johnson,

1989-06-29

Christina Johnson, Mort

1989-10-04

Dakota Johnson, Austin Texas, American actress and daughter of Melanie Griffith & Don Johnson

1989-10-04

Dakota Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey

1989-11-01

Jordan Johnson-Hinds, RoboCop

1989-11-11

Abigaile Johnson, My Private Tutor

1989-9-08

Ben Johnson, Delirium

1990-03-11

Andrew E. Johnson, Still Alice

1990-06-03

Cheyenne Johnson, Red Frame

1990-06-04

Celicia Johnson, Security

1990-06-13

Aaron Johnson, British actor

1990-06-13

Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kick-Ass

1990-10-03

Mike Johnson, Leroy and Stitch DVD Premiere

1990-12-30

Carolyn Nicole Johnson, Rebels with a Deadly Cause

1990-9-24

Logan Johnson, Molte Lampadine

1990-9-30

Malcolm F. Johnson, The Love Beyond Friendship

1991-04-19

Edward Johnson, Maxzilla

1991-06-06

Conor Johnson, Leva a Melhor Part 1

1991-08-02

Jordan Scott Johnson, A Hero Rises

1992-01-12

Michael Johnson, Orca Park

1992-01-19

Shawn Johnson, American Gymnastics Champion

1992-01-19

Shawn Johnson, Episode #15.164

1992-05-21

Lexi Johnson, Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure

1992-06-04

Earvin Johnson III, son of NBA foward Magic Johnson

1992-11-09

Trevor Johnson, Episode #1.1509

1992-11-09

Juliet Johnson, Episode #1.1509

1992-12-11

Inga Lara, Lake Johnson

1993-01-05

Mary Jane Johnson, All of Me

1993-01-09

Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Episode #44.15

1994-02-23

Sarah Kate Johnson, License to Wed

1994-08-11

Hunter Johnson, Love for Rent

1995-05-25

Gabby Soleil, Johnson Family Vacation

1996-04-15

Griffin Johnson, Teacher's Pet/Opossum Man

1996-08-05

Milan Johnson, The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards

1996-11-23

Lia Marie Johnson, Expelled

1997-02-28

Tiona Johnson, Liar

1997-03-26

Nicholas Johnson, How to Be a Girl

1997-05-20

Jake Johnson, Goal! The Dream Begins

1997-08-01

Noah Johnson, The Ladder

1997-12-12

Hailey Noelle Johnson, Friends with Money

1998-04-18

Kayla Johnson, How to Be a Girl

1998-10-22

Leah Monet Johnson, World Wide Deception

1999-08-13

Matthew Glen Johnson, Four Christmases

2000-08-05

Cassidy Johnson, Boyhood

2000-9-18

Lillianna Munro Johnson, The Last Sentinel

2001-02-27

Zachary Johnson, Goal! The Dream Begins

Johnson - Notable Weddings

John Quincy AdamsJun 26, 1797

Andrew JohnsonMay 17, 1827

Walter JohnsonJun 24, 1914

Arna BontempsAug 26, 1926

Lyndon B. JohnsonNov 17, 1934

Colin PowellAug 25, 1962

Jimmy JohnsonJul 12, 1963

Magic JohnsonSep 15, 1991

LL Cool JAug 7, 1995

Dwayne JohnsonMay 3, 1997

Johnson - Weddings
Date Event
1735-07-09

Author, poet, critic and lexicographer and writer of the first English dictionary Dr. Samuel Johnson (25) marries the widow Elizabeth "Tetty" Porter, 21 years his senior.

1797-06-26

US President John Quincy Adams (29) weds Louisa Johnson (22) at All Hallows Barking parish in London

1827-05-17

US President Andrew Johnson (18) weds Eliza McCardle (16) in Warrenton, Tennessee

1914-06-24

MLB greatest pitcher Walter Johnson (26) weds Hazel Lee Roberts in Northwest, Washington DC

1926-08-26

Poet Arna Bontemps (24) weds fellow Seventh-Day Adventist Alberta Johnson

1934-11-17

Lyndon B. Johnson marries Claudia Alta Taylor

1962-08-25

Retired general Colin Powell (25) weds audiologist Alma Johnson (24) at the First Congregational Church in Birmingham, Alabama

1963-07-12

NFL coach Jimmy Johnson (19) weds Linda Kay Cooper

1967-12-09

Lyndon B. Johnson's daughter Lynda marries in the White House

1985-03-09

Actors Laura Johnson (Falcon Crest) & Harry Hamlin (LA Law) wed

1989-06-26

Melanie Griffith & Don Johnson marry for 2nd time

1991-09-15

NBA star Magic Johnson marries Earletha "Cookie" Kelly

1995-08-07

Rapper LL Cool J (27) weds Simone Johnson

1997-05-03

Actor Dwayne Johnson (25) weds producer Dany Garcia (28)

1999-07-18

Miami Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson (56) weds longtime girlfriend Rhonda Rookmaaker (45) in the Florida Keys

2004-06-06

"Trick Pony" lead singer Heidi Newfield (33) weds NFL agent Bill Johnson in Destin, Florida

2004-06-20

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Eddie George (30) weds R&B group "SWV" member Tamara Johnson (33) at the Rockleigh Country Club in Rockleigh, New Jersey

2012-06-21

Actor Aaron Johnson (22) weds film director and artist Sam Taylor Wood (45) in Somerset

2012-07-04

NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson (34) weds "Basketball Wives" TV personality Evelyn Lozada in Saint Martin

2012-08-26

"The Campaign" actress Kate Lang Johnson (28) weds musician Justin Miner at La Venta Inn in Palos Verdes, California

Johnson - Notable Divorces

Jimmy JohnsonJan 17, 1990

Johnson - Divorces
Date Event
1990-01-17

NFL coach Jimmy Johnson (26) divorces Linda Kay Cooper after 26 years of marriage

2012-08-14

"Basketball Wives" TV personality Evelyn Lozada divorces NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson (34) due to irretrievably broken marriage only 41 days after getting married

Johnson - Notable Deaths

Andrew JohnsonJul 31, 1875

Robert JohnsonAug 16, 1938

Walter JohnsonDec 10, 1946

Lyndon B. JohnsonJan 22, 1973

Johnson - Deaths
Date Event
1774-07-11

Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, Irish-born New York pioneer

1784-12-13

Samuel Johnson, English writer and lexicographer (b. 1709)

1850-11-19

Richard Mentor Johnson, American politician (b. 1780)

1862-04-09

George W Johnson, US planter/Confederate (gov-Ky), dies at about 50

1862-12-18

Johnson Kelly Duncan, architect/Confederate brig-generaal, dies at 35 of malarial fever

1875-07-31

Andrew Johnson, 17th pres, dies in Tennessee at 66

1876-01-15

Eliza Johnson, U.S. First Lady (b. 1810)

1893-07-17

Frederick A. Johnson, American politician (b. 1833)

1908-05-31

C L "Boy" Johnson, cricketer (Test for South Africa 1895-96), dies

1909-04-03

Benjamin Johnson Lang, composer, dies at 71

1913-03-07

Emily Pauline Johnson, Native Canadian poet

1913-03-07

Pauline Johnson, Shadow River

1916-01-17

Arthur V. Johnson, The Sealed Room

1917-05-17

Charles Anthoni Johnson Brooke, ruler of Sarawak (b. 1829)

1922-04-19

Johnson Hatfield,

1924-09-15

Anthony Johnson Showalter, composer, dies at 66

1926-05-08

Rida Johnson Young, Young Frankenstein

1929-07-05

Henry Lincoln Johnson, Member of 369th regiment (aka Harlem Hell Fighters), first American to receive the Croix de guerre (b. 1897)

1931-01-14

William Ernst Johnson, British mathematician, dies

1931-02-28

Ban Johnson, created (baseball's AL), dies after a long illness

1931-03-22

Ban Johnson, founder of baseball's American League, dies at 67

1937-01-13

Martin E. Johnson, Baboona

1938-06-26

James Weldon Johnson, black leader (NAACP), dies in car crash at 67

1938-06-26

James Weldon Johnson, Rain Man

1938-08-13

Robert Johnson, The Wolf of Wall Street

1938-08-16

Robert Johnson, US Delta-blues singer/guitarist, poisoned at 27

1941-01-05

Amy Johnson, English aviator (b. 1903)

1941-01-05

Amy Johnson, Dual Control

1941-03-08

Ken 'Snakehips' Johnson, Oh, Daddy!

1941-03-08

Ken Johnson, The Torso Murder Mystery

1941-05-01

Howard Johnson, Beginners

1941-09-23

Emilie Johnson, The Last Edition

1943-11-24

Orrin Johnson, The Three Musketeers

1945-08-06

Hiram Johnson, American politician (b. 1866)

1945-08-06

Hiram Johnson, Governor Johnson of California

1945-09-18

"Blind" Willie Johnson American blues/spiritual singer and guitarist (b. 1897)

1945-09-18

Blind Willie Johnson, Public Enemies

1946-02-15

Cornelius Johnson, Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty

1946-06-10

Jack Johnson, 1st black heavyweight champion, dies in car accident

1946-06-10

Jack Johnson, As the World Rolls On

1946-06-28

Walter Johnson, Bright Eyes

1946-12-10

Walter Johnson, great pitcher (Washington Senators), dies of a brain tumour at 59

1946-12-10

Walter Johnson, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1947-02-13

Pauline Johnson, Blanchette

1948-01-07

Albert Johnson, A Day in Death Valley

1949-07-07

Bunk Johnson, American musician (b. 1879 or 1889)

1950-12-28

Charles L. Johnson, Reds

1951-09-12

Constance Johnson, The Purple Scar

1951-11-10

George Duthie, Too Much Johnson

1952-01-27

Owen Johnson, The Happy Years

1953-01-07

Osa Johnson, American explorer (b. 1894)

1953-01-07

Osa Johnson, Baboona

1954-04-29

J. Louis Johnson, Homecoming

1954-06-13

Jay Johnson, Born to Dance

1954-11-11

John Rosamund Johnson, composer, dies at 81

1954-11-11

Rosamond Johnson, Do the Right Thing

1954-11-29

Dink Johnson, American musician (b. 1892)

1955-05-10

Tommy Burns, World's Heavyweight Championship Between Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson

1955-11-17

James Price Johnson, composer, dies at 64

1955-11-17

James P. Johnson, The Great Gatsby

1956-01-13

Seessel Anne Johnson, Sparrows

1956-02-28

Grace Johnson, The Last Tide

1956-04-15

Eva Johnson, A Man's Duty

1956-10-15

Tefft Johnson, A Christmas Story

1956-12-08

William S. Johnson, Don Q Son of Zorro

1957-03-16

William Johnson, Episode #9.20

1957-03-16

Bill Johnson, Keep Your Powder Dry

1957-05-04

Katie Johnson, The Ladykillers

1957-08-11

Dolores Johnson, Served Hot

1958-09-13

Roy Johnson, Me and My Gal

1960-04-18

Emory Johnson, director (Phantom Express, Shield of Honor), dies at 66

1960-06-09

Henry Johnson, Great Guy

1961-10-26

Edward Johnson, Captain America: The First Avenger

1962-02-26

Chic Johnson, Hellzapoppin'

1962-02-28

Harold Ogden "Chic" Johnson, comedian (Olsen & Johnson), dies at 70

1962-04-17

Krag Johnson, Madame Mystery

1963-01-26

John Sigvard Olsen, comedian (Olsen & Johnson), dies at 70

1963-02-23

Burges Johnson, Saved by Parcel Post

1964-09-14

Adrian Johnson, Found Alive

1965-10-31

Rita Johnson, actress (All Mine to Give), dies at 53

1966-05-14

Georgia BD Camp Johnson, US poet/playwright, dies at 88

1966-10-22

Hewlett Johnson, Red Deacon of Canterbury, dies

1968-09-26

Daniel Johnson, Sr., French-Canadian politician (b. 1915)

1969-12-22

Donald Foster, actor (Herbert Johnson-Hazel), dies at 80

1970-04-30

Hall Johnson, composer, dies at 82

1972-06-20

Howard Johnson, US restaurant/hotel founder, dies at 75

1972-12-03

Bill Johnson, American musician (b. 1872)

1973-01-22

Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th US President (1963-69), dies at his Texas ranch at 64

1974-10-30

Greer Johnson, Some Blessed People

1975-11-17

Kay Johnson, actress (Real Glory, Of Human Bondage), dies at 70

1976-08-25

Eyvind Johnson, Swedish author (Nobel-1974), dies at 76

1976-09-10

Mordecai Johnson, 1st black president of Howard U, dies at 86

1977-03-05

Lockrem Johnson, composer, dies at 52

1977-03-25

Nunnally Johnson, The Grapes of Wrath

1977-04-20

Len Johnson, cricketer (one Test for Australia, 3-66 & 3-8), dies

1977-09-21

Junior Johnson, Winning Winnie

1977-11-24

Jason Johnson, The Cape Canaveral Monsters

1978-01-09

Noble Johnson, King Kong

1978-04-22

Will Geer, Jeremiah Johnson

1979-04-10

Johnny Johnson, Hurray for Rhythm

1979-12-03

Hugh Johnson, Honeysuckle Rose

1980-01-20

Kay Cousins Johnson, The Night of the Meek

1980-02-29

Robert Lee Johnson, Gentlemen Are Born

1981-04-04

Brad Johnson, actor (Annie Oakley), dies at 56

1981-04-04

Brad Johnson, The Nice Ones Always Die First

1982-04-25

Celia Johnson, actress (Brief Encounter, Happy Breed), dies at 73

1982-04-26

Celia Johnson, British actress (Jean Brodie), dies of stroke at 73

1982-04-26

Celia Johnson, Brief Encounter

1982-07-06

Bob Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1905)

1983-12-18

Janet Johnson, The Proud Valley

1984-01-28

Märta Allan-Johnson, Harry Munter

1984-02-14

E. Lamont Johnson, Death Wish II

1984-02-23

Uwe Johnson, Episode #1.4

1984-02-24

Uwe Johnson, writer, dies at 59

1984-06-14

Erskine Johnson, Trocadero

1984-06-19

Sunny Johnson, Flashdance

1984-06-20

Sunny Johnson, actress (Animal House), dies cerebral hemorrhage at 30

1984-07-31

Bill Raisch, one armed actor (Fred Johnson-Fugitive), dies at 79

1984-10-20

Budd Johnson, Remember My Name

1984-11-11

Dorothy M. Johnson, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

1985-04-05

Tyrell Johnson, cricketer (WI left-arm quickie, one Test 1939), dies

1986-02-12

Kurt Johnson, Sole Survivor

1986-08-22

Dots Johnson, Paisan

1986-12-22

Carlton Johnson, The Wiz

1987-03-25

Johnnie Johnson, Lost in a Harem

1987-06-13

Edgar W. Johnson, Around the World in Eighty Days

1987-06-24

Hophnie Hobah Hines Johnson, cricketer (3 Tests for WI), dies

1987-07-14

June Johnson, Anything for a Thrill

1990-01-24

Gerry Johnson, The Man Called Flintstone

1990-04-17

J. McMillan Johnson, Rear Window

1990-05-03

Mary Lea Johnson, The Shining

1990-12-21

Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, American aeronautical engineer (Lockheed Skunk Works; b. 1910)

1990-12-21

Clarence Johnson, SR-71 Blackbird: The Secret Vigil

1991-01-09

Eric Johnson, Kungliga patrasket

1991-05-19

Peter C. Johnson, That's Entertainment, Part II

1991-11-26

Bob Johnson, US hockey coach (Pittsburgh Penguins), dies at 60

1991-12-10

Karlo Metikos, Going for the Gold: The Bill Johnson Story

1992-04-23

Deron Johnson, 1965 NL run leader, dies of cancer at 53

1992-04-23

Deron Johnson, New York Yankees vs. California Angels

1992-07-06

Marsha P. Johnson, Pay It No Mind: Marsha P. Johnson

1992-08-18

Christopher Johnson McCandless, Into the Wild

1993-05-15

Karl Johnson, Night of the Ghouls

1993-05-16

Marv Johnson, US soul singer (You Got What it Takes), dies at 54

1993-05-16

Marv Johnson, Teenage Millionaire

1993-08-20

Bernard Delfgaauw, philosopher (Johnson murderer!), dies at 80

1993-12-31

Bob Johnson, Niagara Fools

1994-03-11

Reg Johnson, Operation Amsterdam

1994-04-03

Beverly Johnson, The Endless Summer 2

1994-09-07

Frederick Manfred, Johnson County War

1994-11-22

L V Johnson Singer, dies

1995-01-31

James Johnson, English MP (Labour, 1950..83), dies at 86

1995-07-06

Helene Johnson, poet, dies at 87

1995-09-28

Allen Johnson, Twist Around the Clock

1995-09-29

Francis Frederick Johnson, architect, dies at 84

1995-10-18

Bryan Johnson, singer/actor, dies at 69

1995-10-18

Bryan Johnson, The Eurovision Song Contest

1995-10-21

Harold V. Johnson, Four and Twenty Buddhas

1995-10-24

Leroy Johnson, The Magic Sword

1995-10-27

Stan Johnson, The Blue Dahlia

1995-12-02

Janelle Johnson Dolenz, The Brute Man

1996-04-08

Ben Johnson, cowboy actor (Tex, Dillinger), dies of heart attack at 77

1996-04-08

Ben Johnson, American actor (b. 1918)

1996-04-08

Ben Johnson, The Last Picture Show

1996-07-17

Jed Johnson, Heat

1996-10-29

Patrick Johnson, physicist, dies at 92

1997-01-22

Bernard Johnson, New Jack City

1997-03-14

Tim Johnson, Young Blood

1997-03-24

U. Alexis Johnson, Roots of a War: 1945-1953

1997-10-09

Arch Johnson, The Sting

1997-11-10

Leon Johnson, Whirlwind: Bombing Germany - September 1939-April 1944

1998-10-17

Albert Johnson, Play It As It Lays

1998-12-10

Veronica C. Johnson, Devil in the Flesh

1999-02-05

Gail Johnson, Days of Our Lives

1999-03-29

Mae E. Johnson, Keep Punching

1999-05-15

Rhondda Johnson, The Official Story

1999-06-30

Walter Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1999-08-04

Cammilla Johnson, Sparrows

1999-10-01

Noel Johnson, Withnail & I

2000-02-06

Gus Johnson, Ella

2000-04-06

Don Johnson, Episode #1.8

2000-04-10

Arnold Johnson, Menace II Society

2000-05-18

Augusta Weissberger, Too Much Johnson

2000-07-11

W. Cameron Johnson, Cross Road

2000-09-03

Edward Anhalt, Jeremiah Johnson

2000-09-26

Carmencita Johnson, The Wind

2000-11-05

James Burr Johnson, The Execution of Private Slovik

2001-01-30

Johnnie Johnson, British fighter pilot (b. 1915)

2001-01-30

Johnnie Johnson, 'Johnnie' Johnson

2001-02-04

J. J. Johnson, American jazz trombonist and composer (b. 1924)

2001-02-04

J.J. Johnson, Shaft

2001-03-19

Charles K. Johnson, President of the Flat Earth Society (b. 1924)

2001-08-15

Raymond Edward Johnson, Mr. Bell

2001-08-16

Ray Johnson, Little Girl Lost

2002-08-30

James R. Johnson, The Longest Day

2003-01-21

Eddie Johnson, 1986 AFC Championship Game

2003-02-24

Susan Johnson, Sister Act

2003-04-05

Chiquita Johnson, Jaguar

2003-08-12

Paul D. Johnson, Titanic

2003-10-09

Martin Johnson, Sweet Sixteen

2004-02-12

Ken Johnson, Rocky V

2004-04-06

Ken Johnson, Game 4

2004-05-03

Darrell Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1928)

2004-05-03

Darrell Johnson, 1979 MLB All-Star Game

2004-07-10

King Johnson, By Fires Unseen

2004-07-19

Evie Wynn Johnson, Tyrone Power: The Last Idol

2004-11-28

Connie Johnson, Shadow Ball

2005-01-25

Philip Johnson, American architect (b. 1906)

2005-01-25

Philip Johnson, My Architect

2005-03-05

Edwin Johnson, Chalk

2005-04-01

Dale Johnson, Suspended

2005-04-13

Johnnie Johnson, American blues musician (b. 1924)

2005-04-13

Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll

2005-05-25

Gregory Scott Johnson, American murderer (b. 1965)

2005-07-17

Tommy Johnson, The Brothers Lionheart

2005-08-08

John H. Johnson, African-American publisher (b. 1918)

2005-08-08

John H. Johnson, Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony Magazine

2005-09-27

Bruce Johnson, Webster

2006-06-20

Billy Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1918)

2006-06-20

Billy Johnson, Game 4

2006-10-16

Tommy Johnson, American tubist (b. 1935)

2006-10-16

Tommy Johnson, The Incredibles

2007-02-22

Dennis Johnson, American basketball player (b. 1954)

2007-02-22

Dennis Johnson, Arnold 'Red' Auerbach

2007-07-10

Norman Johnson, Skyhook

2007-07-11

Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady of the United States (b. 1912)

2007-07-11

Lady Bird Johnson, The Presidential Tour

2007-07-15

Kelly Johnson, English guitarist, dies at 49

2007-07-17

Kelly Johnson, Mr. Wrong

2007-11-14

Tom Johnson, Jacques Plante

2007-11-21

Tom Johnson, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1928)

2008-11-02

John E. Johnson, This Train

2008-12-12

Van Johnson, American actor (b. 1916)

2008-12-12

Van Johnson, The Caine Mutiny

2009-04-21

Tony Johnson, The Screaming Skull

2009-05-18

Claude Johnson, Papa's Delicate Condition

2009-06-02

Cullen Johnson, The Power and the Glory

2009-07-24

Darlene Johnson, Aunt Evelyn

2009-07-28

Jim Johnson, NFL Assistant Coach, Eagles Defensive Coordinator from 1999-2009 (b.1941)

2009-07-28

Jim Johnson, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

2009-09-01

Donald F. Johnson, The Goonies

2009-09-17

Randy Johnson, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

2010-01-03

Eunice Johnson, 18th Annual Trumpet Awards

2010-01-04

Casey Johnson, American heiress and socialite (b. 1979)

2010-01-04

Casey Johnson, Trust Fund Babies

2010-01-10

Dick Johnson, Stocking Stuffers

2010-01-21

L.A. Johnson, Woodstock

2010-02-24

C.R. Johnson, The Crash Reel

2010-02-25

Richmond Johnson, Child's Play

2010-04-07

Dorothy Johnson, Vivacious Lady

2010-06-09

Christine Johnson, H.M.S. Pinafore

2010-06-29

Paul Johnson, Channel 4 News

2010-07-21

Anthony Rolfe-Johnson, L'enfance du Christ

2010-08-04

Gary Johnson, Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers

2010-08-12

Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Episode dated 17 May 1997

2010-10-24

Lamont Johnson, American television director (b. 1922)

2010-10-24

Lamont Johnson, Wallenberg: A Hero's Story

2010-11-01

Monica Mcgowan Johnson, The Muse

2010-11-02

Doris Johnson, Lights Out

2010-11-20

Chalmers Johnson, American political scholar and author (b. 1931)

2010-11-20

Chalmers Johnson, Why We Fight

2010-12-02

Chane't Johnson, The Ring Two

2011-03-14

Big Jack Johnson, Black Snake Moan

2011-06-03

John Henry Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

2011-08-12

Ernie Johnson, The Slugger's Wife

2011-08-18

Johnson, Kireedam

2012-05-10

Evelyn Johnson, American pilot, dies at 102

2012-08-18

Winnie Johnson, Ian Brady: Endgames of a Psychopath

2012-10-20

Candy Johnson, Muscle Beach Party

2013-04-04

Besedka Johnson, Starlet

2013-05-24

Haynes Johnson, RFK Must Die: The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy

2013-07-24

Virginia Johnson, You're Human Like the Rest of Them

2013-07-24

Virginia Johnson, The Truth About Sex

2013-12-23

Dennis Johnson, Keep the Faith, Baby

2014-01-16

Russell Johnson, American television and film actor, best known for his role as "The Professor" on Gilligan's Island, dies of kidney failure at 89

2014-01-16

Russell Johnson, Santa Barbara

2014-07-07

Lois Johnson, Country Boy

2014-12-16

Tori Johnson,

2015-01-26

Stephen R. Johnson, Peter Gabriel: Play

2015-02-28

Alex Johnson, 1970 MLB All-Star Game

2015-05-21

Louis Johnson, Charlie Wilson's War

2015-06-05

Richard Johnson, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

2015-12-24

George Clayton Johnson Dies: 'Logan's Run' Co-Writer And Writer Of First 'Star Trek' Episode Was 86

2015-12-27

George Clayton Johnson, who co-wrote 'Logan's Run' and penned first 'Star Trek' episode, dies at 86

2016-07-13

Wallaby legend Peter Johnson dies, aged 78.

2016-12-12

Former CART racer Herm Johnson dies aged 63 after battle with illness

2017-05-27

Tree of Smoke author Denis Johnson dies aged 67

2018-06-15

Georgann Johnson, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman actress, is dead at 91


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