John Mann

John Mann may refer to:

  • John Mann (actor), British actor
  • John Mann (Australian politician) (1869–1939), Australian politician
  • John Pelham Mann (1919–2002), English cricketer and British Army officer
  • John Mann (cricketer, born 1983), former English cricketer
  • John Mann (comedian) (born 1961), British comedian, writer and columnist
  • John Mann (politician) (born 1960), UK Labour Party politician, MP for Bassetlaw
  • John Mann (musician) (born 1962), Canadian rock musician and actor
  • John Mann (water polo), American water polo player
  • Jackie Mann (1914–1995), British fighter pilot
  • Johnny Mann (born 1928), American composer and recipient of multiple Grammy Awards
  • Johnny Mann (baseball) (1898–1977), American baseball player

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