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John, Johnathon or the more informal Johnny is a first name common to many individuals. Alternative spellings include Jon and Jonathan. As a surname it is often styled in the possessive as with Johns.
For ease of use, this list has been highly sectionalised, then alphabetised by last name.
As only name Edit
Recurring characters Edit
- John (The Sensorites) (TV: The Sensorites)
- John (Remembrance of the Daleks) (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)
- John (The Left-Handed Hummingbird) (PROSE: The Left-Handed Hummingbird)
- John (Instruments of Darkness) (PROSE: Instruments of Darkness)
- John (Relative Dementias) (PROSE: Relative Dementias)
- John (The Krillitane Storm) (PROSE: The Krillitane Storm)
- Jonathan (Downtime), father of Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (HOMEVID: Downtime)
- Jonathan (Mona Lisa's Revenge), student of the Park Vale Comprehensive School (TV: Mona Lisa's Revenge)
- John (The Stone Rose) (PROSE: The Stone Rose)
As first name Edit
Recurring characters Edit
- John Benton, a UNIT officer[source needed]
- John Hart (Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang), otherwise known as Captain John Hart, a rogue Time Agent
- John Jones, a companion of the Eleventh Doctor
- John Smith, the most common alias of the Doctor[additional sources needed]
- John Andrews, TV: Carnival of Monsters
- John Wilkes Booth, PROSE: Blood and Hope
- John Brent, PROSE: Time and Relative
- John Brown, PROSE: Imperial Moon
- John Carlson, PROSE: The Pit
- John Copper, PROSE: The Roundheads
- King John of England, TV: The King's Demons, Invasion of the Dinosaurs
- John Falstaff, PROSE: The Ultimate Treasure
- John Finer, PROSE: Psi-ence Fiction
- John Frobisher, a British civil servant TV: Children of Earth
- John Fuchas, PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen
- John Hallam, AUDIO: Catch-1782
- John Harrison, PR of Serf Systems. (TV: The Man Who Never Was)
- John Hart (The Sea Devils), a Royal Navy Captain (TV: The Sea Devils)
- John Hopkinson, PROSE: The Banquo Legacy
- John Houseman, AUDIO: Invaders from Mars
- John Grainger, (PROSE: Incongruous Details, Dear John, Forgotten)
- John Jarrow, PROSE: Eater of Wasps
- John F. Kennedy, PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy
- John Lennon, PROSE: The Left-Handed Hummingbird
- John Lumic, TV: Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel
- John Matthews, AUDIO: The Roof of the World
- John Melrose, PROSE: Superior Beings
- John Paterson, PROSE: The Final Sanction
- John Philby, PROSE: Endgame
- John Polidori, AUDIO: Mary's Story
- John Proctor, PROSE: The Witch Hunters
- John Reith, PROSE: Players
- John Riddell, TV: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship
- John Roxton, PROSE: All-Consuming Fire
- John Scott, PROSE: Of the Mermaid and Jupiter
- John Smith, the lead singer of John Smith and the Common Men (TV: An Unearthly Child)
- John Stacey, TV: The Moonbase
- John Stevenson, TV: The Seeds of Doom
- John Sudbury, PROSE: The Scales of Injustice
- John L. Sullivan was a famous boxer who taught the Third Doctor the sport. (TV: Carnival of Monsters)
- John Thurloe, PROSE: The Roundheads
- John Trickett, PROSE: Last of the Gaderene
- John Viner, TV: The Tomb of the Cybermen
- John Wakefield, TV: The Ambassadors of Death
- John Watson, PROSE: All-Consuming Fire
- John Wilson, AUDIO: The Marian Conspiracy
- Johnny Chess, PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation, Byzantium!
- Johnny Davies, TV: Children of Earth
- Johnny Depp, an actor who played the part of Frederick Abberline. COMIC: Ripper's Curse
- Johnny Franzetta, a character in in a novel in TV: Love & Monsters
- Johnny Ringo, TV: The Gunfighters
- Space Major Jon Bowman was the commander of the Wayfarer, PROSE: Prisoner of the Daleks
- Jon Forrester, (PROSE: Shopping for Eternity, Heritage)
- Jon Moslei, (PROSE: The Janus Conjunction)
As last name Edit
As name of object, publication or other in-universe item Edit
- Jon and Katy is a BBC DVD feature on the pairing of the Third Doctor and Jo Grant. It was released on the DVD of The Curse of Peladon in the Peladon Tales box set.
Behind the scenes Edit
As a first name Edit
Recurring characters Edit
- John Barrowman, played Jack Harkness (see list)
- John Leeson, voiced K9 (Seasons 15-16, 18, The Sarah Jane Adventures, K9 TV series)
- John Levene, played Sergeant John Benton (TV: The Invasion, et al)
- Jon Pertwee, played the third incarnation of the Doctor
- John Simm, played the Master (TV: Utopia, The Sound of Drums, Last of the Time Lords, The End of Time)
- John Abbott, played Vince Hawkins in TV: Horror of Fang Rock
- John Baker, actor featured in TV: Colony in Space and TV: The Visitation
- John Adam Baker, actor featured in TV: Resurrection of the Daleks
- John Aston, voiced Louis #2 in AUDIO: Unregenerate!
- John Cleese, cameo in TV: City of Death
- John Dillon, played a Savage in the TV: The Savages.
- John Halstead, voiced the Monoids in the TV: The Ark
- John Hawkins, played Hardgraves in the BBV Productions video story Auton 2: Sentinel.
- John Hurt, played the War Doctor in a trio of stories in 2013
- John Lennon, member of the Beatles (TV: The Chase)
- Johnathon Morris, played Chela in TV: Snakedance
- John Normington, played Morgus in TV: The Caves of Androzani, Trevor Sigma in TV: The Happiness Patrol and Tom Flanagan in TV: Ghost Machine.
- John Ringham, played Tlotoxl in The Aztecs, Josiah Blake in The Smugglers and Robert Ashe in Colony in Space
- John Segal, played Lanisha in TV: Time and the Rani
- John Westbrook, voiced Megron in AUDIO: Exploration Earth.
- John Woodnutt, played George Hibbert in TV: Spearhead from Space; the Draconian Emperor in TV: Frontier in Space; the dual roles of Broton and the Duke of Forgill in TV: Terror of the Zygons; and Seron in TV: The Keeper of Traken.
- Johnny Dennis, played Murray in TV: Delta and the Bannermen
- Jon Croft, played Tom Girton in the Doctor Who story The Dæmons
- Jon Culshaw, did voice work in Death Comes to Time and The Kingmaker
- Jon Luxton, played the messenger in the Doctor Who serial The Myth Makers
- Jon Glover, portrayed Creodont and Dr. Verryman in AUDIO: Forty-Five and voiced both the Red and Yellow Robots in TV: The Empty Planet and Grant in AUDIO: Slipback
- Jon Rollason, played Harold Chorley in the Doctor Who story The Web of Fear
- Jon Weinberg voiced Wilton in Renaissance of the Daleks and Ben Kimmel in Buried Secrets, Snow Blind and Dreamland.
As a last name Edit
Recurring characters Edit
- David John, played Derek in TV: Survival. He later voiced Liam McShane in AUDIO: The Rapture.
- Leee John, played Mansell in TV: Enlightenment.
- Souska John, played a child in TV: Castrovalva. She is the niece of Caroline John.
- Alan Johns, played Ted Rogers in TV: The Tomb of the Cybermen.
- Andrew Johns, played Kravos in TV: Genesis of the Daleks
- Nigel Johns, played Young Silurian in TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians.
- Stratford Johns, who played Monarch in TV: Four to Doomsday
- John Burrowes, designer for the TV: The Green Death.
- John Munro, a make-up artist for Doctor Who.
- John Pinkerton, a scenic artist for Doctor Who.
- John Whalley was a scenic artist for Doctor Who.
- Jon Dowding, Series Production Designer for K9
- Jon Everett, colourist for Torchwood and Doctor Who
- Jon Grundon, Cyfle trainee during series 3, later props maker during series 4.
- Jon Howes, the standby art director of the Torchwood television show Small Worlds.
- Jon Moore, prosthetics technician for Doctor Who
- Jon Pusey, the Designer of the Doctor Who television story The Pirate Planet.
- Jon Williams, 1st assistant director of the Torchwood television story Countrycide
- John Henderson, directed TV: The Curse of Fatal Death.
- Jon Older, 1st assistant director for several Doctor Who stories.
- John Nathan-Turner, Doctor Who producer for seasons 18-26
- John Wiles, Doctor Who producer for a portion of season 3
Sound design, effects, music Edit
- John Lucarotti, writer of the screenplays for TV: Marco Polo, The Aztecs and The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve
- John Shiban, writer and co-executive producer of the Torchwood stories TV: Escape to LA and The Middle Men
- Johnny Byrne, writer of TV: The Keeper of Traken, Arc of Infinity, and Warriors of the Deep
Other media Edit
- John Carnell wrote Time and Tide (with Richard Alan) and Follow That TARDIS!.
- John Kelly, producer of Doctor Who Magazine
- John Morelli, Production staffer for Marvel Comics' Doctor Who comic series.
- Jonathan Morris, prolific writer of Doctor Who fiction.
- Jon Barrett, designer for Doctor Who DVD Files
- Jon de Burgh Miller, writer of PROSE: Dying in the Sun and PROSE: Twilight of the Gods