Donald Wayne "Don" Johnson (born December 15, 1949) is an American actor well known for his film and television appearances. Johnson became a household name as a result of his role in the popular 1980s TV cop series, Miami Vice. He was also popular in the 1990s, for playing another cop series, Nash Bridges.
Donald Stewart Johnson (born 1930) is a civil servant and sports executive widely known for his dedication to the sport of hockey. The Atlantic Canada Junior B Hockey Championship has been named the Don Johnson Cup in his honour.
Donald Spore Johnson (December 7, 1911 â€“ April 6, 2000) was a Major League Baseball second baseman for the Chicago Cubs from 1943 to 1948. A native of Chicago, Illinois, he attended Oregon State University before beginning his professional baseball career.
Donald Roy Johnson (born November 12, 1926 in Portland, Oregon) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. The 6'3", 200 lb. right-hander was signed by the New York Yankees before the 1944 season, and he played for the Yankees (1947, 1950), St. Louis Browns (1950-1951), Washington Senators (1951-1952), Chicago White Sox (1954), Baltimore Orioles (1955), and San Francisco Giants (1958).
Don Johnson is a former Minor League catcher who was drafted by the Milwaukee Braves 32nd overall in the 1965 amateur entry draft. Perhaps he is best known for being involved in the trade that sent Jim Britton to the Montreal Expos for Larry Jaster.