John Robinson (November 7, 1650 - April 11, 1723), English diplomat and prelate, a son of John Robinson (d. 1651), was born at Cleasby, near Darlington.
John Robinson (born November 11 1908 in Liverpool, England, UK; died March 6 1979 in London, England, UK) was a British actor. He appeared in a variety of roles in film and on television, in the latter appearing in some very early 1930s productions such as Val Gielgud's 1939 play Ending It on BBC Television. He is best known, however, for his role as Professor Bernard Quatermass in Quatermass II (1955), also for the BBC.
John Robinson (born October 25, 1985 in Portland, Oregon) is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of John McFarland in Gus Van Sant's Elephant and Stacy Peralta in the skateboarding film Lords of Dogtown.
John Alexander Robinson (born July 25, 1935) is an American football coach best-known for his two stints as head coach for the University of Southern California (USC) football team and for his tenure as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams, an NFL football team.
John Robinson (1575-1625) was the pastor of the "Pilgrim Fathers" before they left on the Mayflower. He became one of the early leaders of the English Separatists, minister of the Pilgrims, and is regarded (along with Robert Browne) as one of the founders of the Congregational Church.
John Robinson (born 1971) was a Welsh International footballer.
John Robinson (February 3, 1704 - May 11, 1766)- John Robinson at one point was one of the most powerful people in the Virginia Colony. Robinson had very close ties to Governor Fauquier, Peyton Randolph, and most of the House of Burgesses. While John Robinson was speaker of House the Virginia Resolves occurred.