J.J. Jackson  American Video Jockey

Current Status

J. J. Jackson passed away on 17th Mar 2004 aged 62.


J. J. Jackson is a 62 year old American Video Jockey. Born John J. Jackson, Jr. on 8th April, 1941 in The Bronx, New York, he is famous for Mtv in a career that spans 1960s–present. His zodiac sign is Aries.

J. J. Jackson is a member of the following lists: People from Arkansas County, Arkansas, Songwriters from Arkansas and Songwriters from New York.


Help us build our profile of J. J. Jackson! Login or register to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions.


Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi1983EwokMovie
Under the Rainbow1981Hotel Rainbow GuestMovie


Posted commentsView all comments (1)

RavenmaneOct 21, 2013

The Wiki Bio is not for the MTV VJ JJ Jackson.

Join the FamousFix discussion board >>

J.J. Jackson

J.J. Jackson


Six Degrees

Connect any celebrity with J.J. Jackson to see how closely they are linked... romantically!

Recent connections involving J.J. Jackson


    Jerome Louis Jackson, known as J.J. Jackson, is an American soul/R&B singer, songwriter, and arranger. His singing style is as a belter....

    First Name J. J.
    Last Name Jackson (VJ)
    Full Name at Birth John J. Jackson, Jr.
    Age 62 (age at death) years
    Birthday 8th April, 1941
    Birthplace The Bronx, New York
    Died 17th March, 2004
    Place of Death Los Angeles, California
    Cause of Death Heart Attack
    Build Average
    Hair Color Brown - Dark
    Zodiac Sign Aries
    Sexuality Straight
    Ethnicity Black
    Nationality American
    Occupation Text Singer, songwriter, arranger
    Occupation Video Jockey
    Claim to Fame Mtv
    Music Genre R&B, Percussion
    Year(s) Active 1960s–present, 1957–present
    Music Style Soul, Pop-Soul, Uptown Soul
    Music Mood Party/Celebratory, Amiable/Good-Natured, Rowdy, Confident, Rollicking, Gleeful, Exuberant, Happy, Rousing, Playful, Boisterous, Passionate, Freewheeling, Fun, Rambunctious
    Instrument Percussion, Vocals
    Associated Acts Jack McDuff, Jimmy Witherspoon, The Shangri-Las
    More about J.J. Jackson
    Less about J.J. Jackson