- Kelly Johnson (disambiguation)
Kelly Johnson is the name of:
*Kelly Johnson, the popular name for
Clarence Johnson, an aircraft engineer.
Kelly Johnson (baseball)(born 1982), baseball player for the Atlanta Braves
Kelly Johnson (guitarist), lead guitarist for Girlschool
Kelly Johnson (figure skater), silver medalist in ice dancing at the Canadian Figure Skating Championships from 1981 through 1984
Kelly Johnson (actor), actor in " Goodbye Pork Pie"
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