Johns (surname)


Johns (surname)

Johns is a surname, and may refer to

* Adela Rogers St. Johns, American writer

* Andrew Johns (triathlete), British triathlete
* Andrew Johns rugby league legend
* Andy Johns, British music engineer
* Bobby Johns, former American racecar driver
* Brian Johns, Canadian Olympic swimmer
* Charley Eugene Johns, former American politician
* Chris Johns, Australian rugby league player
* Daniel Johns, Australian musician
* Emmett Johns, Canadian humanitarian
* Ethan Johns, British music producer
* Fred Johns, Australian writer
* Gary Johns, Australian politician
* Geoff Johns, American comic book author
* Glyn Johns, British record producer
* Glynis Johns, British actress
* Harold E. Johns, Canadian physician
* Helen Johns, Canadian politician
* Holly Deane-Johns, Australian heroin trafficker
* Howard Johns, Australian television personality
* Jackie David Johns, American Christian scholar
* Jasper Johns, American artist
* Kensey Johns, Jr., American politician
* Kensey Johns (jurist), American judge
* Matthew Johns Australian Rugby League player and channel 9 host
* Michael Johns, American health care executive, former White House speechwriter
* Michael Johns (singer), Australian rock/soul singer and American Idol (season 7) contestant
* Milton Johns, British television actor
* Orrick Glenday Johns, American poet
* Richard Johns, British military officer
* Robert J. Johns, Canadian labor organizer
* Sammy Johns, American country musician
* Sarah Johns, American singer
* Stratford Johns, British stage, film and television actor
* Tracy Camilla Johns, American film actress
* Vere Johns, Jamaican radio personality and talent agent
* Vernon Johns, American minister, civil rights leader
* W. E. Johns, British writer
* Wilbur Johns, American basketball coach

ee also

* Jones

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