Jack Wells Davis (born September 11, 1930) is a former American athlete, silver medalist in the 1952 and 1956 Olympics over 110 meter high hurdles. Davis lost to Harrison Dillard in 1952 with the same time as the winner, and lost to Lee Calhoun in 1956, again with the same time as the winner. He set a new world record 13.4 in a heat at the AAU in 1956.
Jack Davis (born December 2, 1924) is an American cartoonist and illustrator. He was inducted into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2003. He also received the National Cartoonist Society Milton Caniff Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996.
Jackie Davis (John H. Davis) (April 5, 1914 - November 3, 1992), a native of Los Angeles, California, was an American child actor, notable for appearing in Hal Roach's Our Gang series. His sister Mildred Davis also acted; she appeared in Roach comedian Harold Lloyd's films as his leading lady.
Jack Davis (1917 - March 17, 2000), was a notable Australian 20th Century playwright and poet, also an Indigenous rights campaigner. He was born in Western Australia, from the small town of Yarloop, and lived in Fremantle towards the end of his life. He was of the Aboriginal Noongar people, and much of his work dealt with the Australian Aboriginal experience.
For the western New York politician see Jack Davis (industrialist).
John (Jack) Davis, PC , MLA , BA , B.A.Sc , MA , Ph.D , D.Sc (July 31 1916 – March 27 1991) was a Canadian politician from British Columbia who was elected both federally and provincially.
John R. "Jack" Davis (born 1933) is an industrialist and Democratic politician from western New York. He is also the founder of the Save Jobs Party.
Jack Davis is a member of the Radical Faeries, a Pagan group who often does Wicca rituals with anarchist overtones.