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  1. John King is an American journalist. He is the former anchor of State of the Union with John King, as well as John King, USA, which appeared weeknights at 7pm/ET on CNN before being cancelled. King is now CNN chief national correspondent based in Washington DC.
  2. John King is an English novelist who has written a number of books which, for the most part, deal in the more rebellious elements driving England’s culture. His stories carry strong social and political undercurrents, and his debut The Football Factory, published in 1997, was an instant word-of-mouth success. It has sold more than 250,000 copies in the UK to date.
  3. John King was an Irish soldier who achieved fame as an Australian explorer. He was the sole survivor of the four men from the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition who reached the Gulf of Carpentaria. The expedition was the first to cross Australia from south to north, finding a route across the continent from Melbourne in Victoria to the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland.
  4. John King, also known as "King Gizmo", is a music producer and one-half of the Los Angeles-based duo the Dust Brothers. As the Dust Brothers, King and Michael "E.Z. Mike" Simpson were noted for their dense sample-based music, notably on the Beastie Boys' 1989 album Paul's Boutique, and later in 1996 with Beck's Odelay.
  5. John King II is an American stock car racing driver.
  6. John King a.k.a. John 'Dusty' King: John 'Dusty' King born Miller McLeod Everson, July 11, 1909 – November 11, 1987 was a singer and film actor renowned for his Westerns particularly the Range Busters series.
  7. John King: John James King, born in Kingsport, Tennessee, was an American drummer who played with The Steve Miller Band, most notably on the 1973 album The Joker. He had also performed with Elton John and The Beach Boys.
    • also known as John James King
    • born on (69 years ago) in Kingsport
    • member of musical group Steve Miller Band (Drums)
    • died on (5 years ago)
  8. John King was an 18th-century pirate. He joined the crew of Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy while still a juvenile, and is the youngest known pirate on record.
    • born in (308 years ago)
    • died on (298 years ago) in Cape Cod of drowning
  9. John King a.k.a. John W. King: John William King was an American lawyer, jurist, and Democratic politician from Manchester, New Hampshire. He received his law degree from Columbia Law School in 1943. He practiced law in Manchester and served in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. After his three terms as Governor of New Hampshire, he served on the New Hampshire Supreme Court from 1979, and as its Chief Justice from 1981 until 1986.
  10. John King was an Irish sailor in the United States Navy and one of only 19 in history to receive the Medal of Honor twice.
  11. John King: John Allen King is an English former football player and manager. He is widely regarded as being the most successful manager in the history of Tranmere Rovers, and had a stand at Prenton Park named in his honour in 2002. In November 2014, a statue of King was unveiled outside the ground.
  12. John King was the Bishop of London in the Church of England from 1611 to 1621.
  13. John King: John Henry King was an English prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as the fourth Roman Catholic Bishop of Portsmouth from 1941 to 1965.
    • born in (136 years ago)
    • died in (51 years ago)
  14. John King: John Robert King was a ukulele player known for his interpretation of classical music.
    • born on (62 years ago)
    • education: Old Dominion University
    • died on (6 years ago) of myocardial infarction
    • written works: "John King - The Classical Ukulele", "Mel Bay Famous Solos & Duets for the Ukulele"
  15. John King is Democratic member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, serving since 2009. King is also a funeral director.
  16. John King was a United States Representative from New York.
    • born in (241 years ago) in Canaan
    • profession: Politician
    • died on (179 years ago) in New Lebanon
  17. John King is a film art director.
  18. John King: John Herbert King was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Leicestershire between 1895 and 1925. He also played one Test match for England, which was against Australia at Lord's in 1909. He did the double, of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets, in 1912 and 11 years later, when he was 52 years old, scored his second double century.
    • born on (144 years ago)
    • nationality: England
    • died on (69 years ago)
  19. John King was a pastoralist and politician in colonial Victoria, representative for Gipps' Land in the Victorian Legislative Council and later, for Gippsland in the Victorian Legislative Assembly.
    • born on (196 years ago)
    • nationality: Australia
    • profession: Politician, pastoralist
    • died on (121 years ago) in Armadale
  20. John King: John Philip King was an English cricketer with amateur status who was associated with Suffolk and made his first-class debut in 1830.
    • also known as John Philip King
    • born in (219 years ago) in Bungay
    • nationality: England
    • profession: Cricketer, athlete
    • died on (173 years ago) in Bury St Edmunds
  21. John King was a Police Constable at the Eureka Stockade rebellion, one of Australia's few armed uprisings and often characterised controversially as the "birth of democracy" in Australia.
    • born on (185 years ago)
    • died on (134 years ago) in Warrnambool
  22. John King was a Welsh footballer who played at both professional and international levels as a goalkeeper.
    • born on (82 years ago) in Ferndale
  23. John King was an English churchman, patron of the Church of Pertenhall in Bedfordshire.
    • born on (363 years ago)
    • profession: Writer
    • died on (283 years ago)
  24. John King was an important English clergyman. He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford on 4 July 1678, receiving his B.A. in 1682, his M.A. in 1685, and his B.D. and D.D. in 1704. He then became the rector of Shalden, Hampshire. From the mid-1690s, he was Preacher at the Charterhouse School, and, upon the death of Thomas Burnet in 1715, King was made Master of Charterhouse. A devout man who carried a copy of Thomas à Kempis's Imitation of Christ with him everywhere, King had a formative influence on John Wesley, who was a gownboy at the Charterhouse School 1714-1720. King was made Archdeacon of Colchester in 1722, and a Canon of Bristol in 1728.
  25. John King DD was a Canon of Windsor from 1625-1638 and a Canon of Westminster from 1613 - 1638.
    • nationality: England
    • profession: Priest
    • died on (378 years ago)
  26. John King: Tomas Tang is a film producer and production designer.
  27. John King: John Stewart King is a retired English athlete who competed in the men's long jump event during his career. He represented Great Britain at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, where he didn't reach the final. King was affiliated with Wolverhampton Wanderers & Bilston Athletic Club during his days.
    • born on (52 years ago)
    • nationality: England
  28. John King a.k.a. John N. King: John King is an author.
  29. John King was president of the Los Angeles, California, Common Council—the legislative arm of that city— effective June 1, 1868. He replaced Murray Morrison, who resigned.
  30. John King is an actor.
  31. John King is an author.
    • also known as John Robert King
    • born in (77 years ago)
    • written works: "Bruno Lipshitz and the Disciples of Dogma", "The modern numerology", "Kingdoms of the Celts"
  32. John King is a winner in British Academy Television Craft Award for Video Lighting.
    • nomination:
      • nominated to British Academy Television Craft Award for Video Lighting - "The Life and Loves of a She-Devil"
      • British Academy Television Craft Award for Video Lighting - "The Life and Loves of a She-Devil"
  33. John King: Dr John King is a freelance author and broadcaster who specializes in Middle East issues.
    • also known as Dr John King
    • written works: "Oil In The Middle East", "Kurds", "Iraq Then And Now", "Iran And the Islamic Revolution", "Israel and Palestine", "The Invasion of Kuwait", "Middle East Stalemate"
  34. John King is an actor.
  35. John King is an editor of New Zealand Sport Flying magazine.
    • profession: Journalist
    • written works: "The whole nine yards", "Aviation accidents & disasters", "New Zealand warbirds", "Wings over New Zealand", "Famous New Zealand aviators", "All their own wings", "Warbirds Around the World"
  36. John King is an author.
    • born in (276 years ago)
    • died in (205 years ago)
    • written works: "A catechism, on the evidences of the Christian religion", "Observations on the prophecies which relate to the rise and fall of Antichrist"
  37. John King is a film director.
  38. John King is an author.
    • also known as John S. King
    • born on (71 years ago)
    • written works: "Czech & Slovak republics", "Central Asia", "Lonely Planet Portugal", "Marseille"
  39. John King is an author.
    • born in (66 years ago)
    • written works: "Magical Reels", "Modern Latin American Fiction", "Sur", "The Cambridge Companion to Modern Latin American Culture", "Mauritius, Malthus and Professor Meade"
  40. John King is a co-owner of King Schools, Inc.
    • Marriage with Martha King
    • written works: "Flight instructor, instrument-airplane"
  41. John King was an Actor.
  42. John King is a film producer.
  43. John King is the son of Freeman King.
  44. John King is an architecture critic.
    • profession: Critic, journalist
    • some of the nominations and awards:
        • nominated to Pulitzer Prize for Criticism (For his forcefully-expressed and engaging essays illustrating the role that architecture and urban design plays in the life of his city.)
        • nominated to Pulitzer Prize for Criticism (For his perceptive, passionate criticism of architecture and urban design and their impact on life in his city.)
  45. John King is the brother of Adrienne King.
  46. John King was an author.
    • born in (412 years ago)
    • died in (328 years ago)
    • written works: "A Memoir Of The Life And Death Of Sir John King, Knight, Written By His Father In 1677"
  47. John King is the half-brother of Ned Kelly.
    • also known as Jack Kelly
    • born on (140 years ago)
  48. John King is a member of the musical group Dub Pistols.
    • member of musical group Dub Pistols (Guitar) since
  49. John King is the father of American Football player Nick King.
  50. John King is an organization leader.
    • born in (54 years ago)
    • profession: Businessperson
  51. John King is a camera operator.
    • profession: Camera operator
    • nomination: - nominated to Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control - Miniseries, Movie Or A Special - "The Muppet Show" (Rocky Mountain Holiday with John Denver and the Muppets), with Dave Levisohn & John B. Field
  52. John King is a screenwriter.
  53. John King is an author.
    • written works: "Exhibitions of pictures in Bristol, 1830s and 1840s"
  54. John King is the father of American football player Timarious Mitchell.

There are other people with in their name, like John King Davis, Edward John King, Martin John King and William John King.

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  1. John King is a fictional character in Marvel Comics.
  2. John King is a fictional character from the 1985 film Wills & Burke.
  3. John King is a fictional character from Bitter Springs.
  4. John King is a fictional film character.

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John King is an American country music singer.

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Google previewThe London Magazine (1899)

John King is a paper wizard.

Google previewPacific Islands Regional Integration and Governance (2005)

by Satish Chand

John King is an aviation consultant and Managing Director of Aviation and ...

Google previewJake Hanna (2012)

The Rhythm and Wit of a Swinging Jazz Drummer by Maria S. Judge

John King is an author, musician, speaker and teacher 91. Eiji Kitamura isatraditional jazz clarinetist from Tokyo who played and recordedwith Jake 92. Bruce Klauberisa drummer, GeneKrupa biographer and Hudson Music“Jazz Legends” ...

Google previewThe Papers of Ulysses S. Grant (2008)

October 1, 1880 - December 31, 1882 by John Y. Simon

John King is a lawyer , ...

Google previewShake Some Action - The Ultimate Guide To Power Pop (2007)

John King is an unsung hero in the saga of Big Star. A promo man for Ardent, King prevailed upon Chilton, Stephens and Hummel to reunite for a convention of rock writers that was to be held in Memphis. The group agreed, and proceeded to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Western Gunfighters (1991)

by Bill O'Neal

John King Fisher, killed with Ben Thompson in a San Antonio theater at the age of thirty. (Courtesy Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Library) Fisher, John King (b. 1854, Collin County, Texas; d. March 11, 1884, San Antonio , ...

Google previewThe Columbia World Dictionary of Islamism (2007)

by Olivier Roy, Antoine Sfeir

John King. KAPLAN, METIN Metin Kaplan, imprisoned in Turkey since 2005, is the leader of an Islamist organization based in Germany known in Turkish as Hilafet Devleti (caliphate state), which is also known as ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Remitted to John King of London for our account of exchange, John Ker's ...

Google previewA Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century (1908)

Containing Over Forty-six Thousand Articles (authors) with Forty Indexes of Subjects

King, John King, John G. King, Josiah King, Lord Peter King, Rich. King, Robt. King, Saml. King, Walter King, Wm. Kingdom, Roger Kinghorn, Jos. Kingsbury, Benj. Kingsbury, H. Kingsbury, Wm. Kingscote, Henry Kingsford, Wm. Kingsley, Chas ...

Google previewA Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors Living and Deceased from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century by S. Austin Allibone (1871)

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King, John King, John G. King. Josiah King. Lo'rd Peter King. Rich. King. Robt. King, Sam]. King, Waller King, Wm. Kingdom, Roger Kinghorn, Jos. Kingsbury, Benj. Kingsbury, H. Kingsbury, Wm. Kingscote, Henry Kingst'ord.

Google previewA Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors Living and Deceased (1876)

From the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century. Containing Over Forty-six Thousand Articles (authors), with Forty Indexes of Subjects by Samuel Austin Allibone

King, John King, John G. King, Josiah King, Lord Peter King, Rich. King, Robt. King, Saml. King, Walter King, Wm. Kingdom, Roger Kinghorn, Jos. Kingsbury, Benj. Kingsbury, H. Kingsbury, Win. Kingscote, Henry Kingsford, Wm. Kingsley, Chas ...

Google previewA Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors (1872)

Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century; Containing Over Forty-six Thousand Articles (authors), with Forty Indexes of Subject by Samuel Austin Allibone

King, John Keltridge, John King, John G. Lacey, Henry Kelty, Mary A. King, Josiah Lacey, Wm. Kern, Sauil. King, Lord Peter Lacy. Ill-Mil, 1.'. C. King, Rich. Lacy, Benj.

Google previewA Critical Dictionary of English Literature (1871)

And British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Containing Thirty Thousand Biographies and Literary Notices, with Forty Indexes of Subjects by Samuel Austin Allibone

King, John King, John G. King, Josiah King, Lord Peter King, Rich. King, Robt. King, Saml. King, Walter King, Wm. Kingdom, Roger Kinghorn, Jos. Kingsbury, Benj. Kingsbury, II. Kingsbury, Wra. Kingscote, Henry Kingfford, Wm. Kingeley, Chas.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Rhode Island Indians (2001)

Indians of Rhode Island and Easterns (Sic) Woodlands by Donald Ricky

To John King, one hundred dollars. To Louis King fifty-six dollars. (These schedules are not on file at Washington.) Within six months after payment by the United States, of the said consideration money the said Indians agree to remove from all ...

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