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Jack Johnson
Jack S3
NameJack Johnson
FamilyAndre Johnson (father)
Rainbow Johnson (mother)
Zoey Johnson (sister)
Andre Johnson, Jr. (brother)
Diane Johnson (twin sister)
Devonte Johnson (brother)
Earl Johnson (paternal grandfather)
Ruby Johnson (paternal grandmother)
Rhonda Johnson (paternal aunt)
Sharon Johnson (paternal aunt by marriage via Rhonda)
April Johnson (maternal grandmother)
Paul Johnson (maternal grandfather)
Johan Johnson (maternal uncle)
Santamonica Johnson (maternal aunt)
Almaviligerais Johnson (paternal great-aunt)
Cha-Cha Johnson (paternal cousin)
Dante Johnson (paternal cousin)
Carl Johnson (paternal cousin)
Diamond Johnson (paternal cousin)
Riley Johnson (maternal cousin)
Hunter Johnson (maternal cousin)
Age11
BornOctober 21, 2006
Height4'7"

Jack Johnson is one of the main characters of the ABC sitcom, Black-ish. Jack is portrayed by Miles Brown.

Character Info

Diane and Jack are the Johnson family's twins, 8 years old in the first episode and now currently 11. Young Jack is more of the sensitive type and seems to idolize his dad. He is quick to give his father a compliment, even if it does come out a little awkward.

Jack is correctly labeled as “innocent” in the series. He is sweet, kind, naive, and soft. However, he is easily manipulated by Zoey (quite rarely), Diane, and Junior though the latter is as easily manipulated as him. Jack serves as the comic relief in the family. Sometimes Jack acts silly, if not outright stupid. He comes up with ideas that are nearly impossible to carry out and lacks the typical intelligence for a boy his age. He is not very smart, in fact usually gets all D’s on tests and report cards. It takes him a lot of time to understand simple things, and calls his mistakes cute. However, quite rarely on occasion, Jack works up the nerve to stand up for himself before the people who put him down, namely Junior and Diane (but rarely the latter). But he prides himself on his dancing and basketball skills. His nickname, “Party Time”, a play on his great ability at dancing, gives him some self-confidence.