David Johnson may refer to: Contents 1 Artists and musicians, 2 Businessmen and attorneys, 3 Diplomats and politicians, 4 Journalists, screenwriters and writers, 5 Sportsmen, 6 Other fields, 7 Dave Johnson, 8 See also, Artists and musicians: C. David Johnson (born 1955), Canadian actor, David Johnson (American artist) (1827-1908), American painter, David Johnson (Scottish composer) (1942-2009), Scottish composer, David C. Johnson (born 1940), American composer, flutist, and performer of live-electronic music, David Earle Johnson (died 1998), American jazz percussionist, composer, and producer, David N. Johnson (1922-1987), American composer, organist, and professor., Businessmen and attorneys: David Johnson (company director), Australian-born CEO of Campbell Soup, David G. Johnson (born 1956), lawyer and producer, David R. Johnson, lawyer specializing in computer communications, Diplomats and politicians: David Johnson (Canadian politician) (born 1945), Canadian politician, David Johnson (governor) (1782-1855), American politician, governor of South Carolina, 1846-1848, David Johnson (Iowa politician), American politician, Iowa State Senator, David Johnson (Ohio politician), former member of the Ohio House of Representatives, David Moffat Johnson, former Canadian ambassador to Ireland, David T. Johnson, American diplomat, David W. Johnson (politician), former member of the Ohio Senate, Journalists, screenwriters and writers: David Johnson (anchorman) (born 1957), American news anchorman, David Leslie Johnson, American screenwriter of cinema and television, Sportsmen: David Johnson (athlete) (1902-1973), Canadian athlete (distance runner) in the 1924 Olympics, David Johnson (Australian rules footballer) (born 1981), Australian-rules footballer, David Johnson (cricketer) (born 1971), Indian cricketer for India and Karnataka state, David Johnson (cricketer, born 1944), former English cricketer, David Johnson (footballer born 1951), English footballer, David Johnson (footballer born 1970), English footballer, David Johnson (footballer, born 1976), Jamaican footballer, David Johnson (quarterback) (born 1986), American former college football quarterback, David Johnson (racehorse owner), owner of 2008 Grand National winner Comply or Die, David Johnson (swimmer) (born 1947), American freestyle swimmer at the 1968 Summer Olympics, David Johnson (tennis), Australian Paralympian in wheelchairtennis, David Johnson (tight end) (born 1987), American football tight end and fullback for the San Diego Chargers, Other fields: David Alan Johnson (born 1952), American philosopher, David Dewayne Johnson (1963-2000), American criminal, executed for murder in Arkansas, David E. Johnson (born 1946), American linguist, David Orme-Johnson (born 1941), former professor of psychology at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, David S. Johnson (born 1945), American computer scientist, David W. Johnson (scholar) (born 1940), American professor of educational psychology, David Johnson, real name of World Famous Bushman, American street performer in San Francisco, California, Dave Johnson: Dave Johnson or Davey Johnson may refer to: Dave Johnson (1970s pitcher) (born 1948), Major League Baseball pitcher, 1974-1978, Dave Johnson (1987-1993 pitcher) (born 1959), Major League Baseball pitcher, 1987-1993, Dave Johnson (announcer), American sportscaster known for his horse racing announcing, Dave Johnson (athlete) (born 1963), American decathlete, 1992 Summer Olympics bronze medalist, Dave Johnson (basketball) (born 1970), National Basketball Association player 1992-1994, Dave Johnson (record producer), American music producer sometimes known as "Stiff" Johnson, Dave Johnson (sportscaster), radio sportscaster and play-by-play voice of D.C. United (MLS) and Washington Wizards (NBA), Dave Johnson (swim coach) (born 1951), former head coach of Swimming Canada, Davey Johnson (born 1943), Major League Baseball player, 1965-1978, and manager, Dave Johnson, contestant on Survivor: The Amazon (2003)

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