Jack Parker

Jack Parker may refer to:

  • Jack Parker (ice hockey) (born 1945), ice hockey coach and former player
  • Jack Parker (speedway rider) (born 1907), British
  • Jack Parker (cricketer) (1913–1983), British
  • Jack Parker (decathlete) (1915–1964), American decathlete
  • Jack Parker (hurdler) (born 1927), British hurdler
  • Jack Parker (footballer) (born 1931), Australian
  • Jack Parker (David Crowder Band) (born c. 1970s), American musician in David Crowder Band
  • Jack Parker, a fictional character in the BBC series Parents of the Band

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