Most Famous Johns

Guess the famous John based on the clue
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Last updated: April 16, 2021
First submittedApril 16, 2021
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WWE Wrestler best known for saying "You can't see me"
John Cena
Served as the 35th President of the United States and was famously assasinated in Dallas, Texas
John F. Kennedy
American Actor who Starred in many Western Films in the Mid 1900's
John Wayne
American Actor best known for his role on "Full House"
John Stamos
Member of the Beatles
John Lennon
American R&B and Pop Singer best known for his hit "All of Me"
John Legend
Actor who played Danny Zuko in "Grease"
John Travolta
Actor who played Jim in "The Office"
John Krasinski
Pop Singer known for his hit "Waiting on the World to Change"
John Mayer
American Comedian
John Mulaney
2nd President of the United States
John Adams
Man behind Crash Course History
John Green
NBA Point Guard who played for the Washington Wizards and is now on the Houston Rockets
John Wall
Singer of "Country Roads"
John Denver
Former US Republican Senator and 2008 Republican Nominee who lost to Barack Obama
John Mccain
Known as Boonk Gang
John Gabbana
Entrepreneur who made Millions in the late 1800's into the early 1900's. Has a Center named after him in NYC.
John D. Rockefeller
Composer behind Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Home Alone, Superman, Jurassic Park, Jaws
John Williams
Actor and Voice Actor who played Fred Flintstone, Baloo in Jungle Book, John Chambers in Argo, and Babe Ruth in the Babe
John Goodman
Famous NFL Football coach and Color Commentator
John Madden
Singer of "Love me Again"
John Newman
Last Week Tonight with _____
John Oliver
American Actor in Talledega Nights, Walk Hard, and Guardians of the Galaxy
John C. Reilly
6th US President who formulated the Monroe Doctrine
John Quincy Adams
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