- Fred Jones (disambiguation)
Fred, Freddie, or Freddy Jones may refer to:
Fred Jones(born 1979), American basketball player; shooting guard for the New York Knicks
Freddie Jones(born 1927), British character actor
Frederick M. Jones(born 1893), American inventor of transport refrigeration
Freddie Jones (American football), American football player
Fred Jones (English footballer)(born 1900), English association football player
Fred Jones (Welsh footballer)(born 1938), Welsh association football player
Fred Jones (rugby league), Australian rugby league footballer
Freddy Jones Band
Fred Jones (Scooby-Doo), fictional character from the cartoon "Scooby-Doo"
Fred Jones (comics), fictional Marvel Comics character
*Freddy Jones, fictional character in the 2003 comedy film "
School of Rock"
*"Fred Jones, Part 2", a song by Ben Folds from his 2001 album "
Rockin' the Suburbs"
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