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John F. Kennedy
Biographical Information
Name John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Nickname Jack
Occupation President of the United States
Residence Washington, D.C.
Time Period 1960-1963
Status Alive (alternate timeline)
Assassinated (prime timeline)
Relationship Information
Spouse Jacqueline Kennedy
Family Robert F. Kennedy (brother)
Character Information
Portrayed by Chris Phipps
John F. Kennedy (archival footage/audio)
First Appearance The Rabbit Hole
Last Appearance The Day in Question
Image Gallery (3)

"Mr. Amberson. Jack Kennedy here. The Secret Service tells me that, uh, my wife and I, uh, owe you our lives...Thank you."

John F. Kennedy (born May 29, 1917) was the 35th President of the United States from January 20, 1961 until he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 by Lee Harvey Oswald. Jake Epping goes back in time to prevent Kennedy's assassination.

Character Biography

Alternate Timeline

Appearances

Historical Figure

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John F. Kennedy
Biographical Information
Name John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Nickname Jack
Occupation President of the United States
Residence Washington, D.C.
Status Deceased
Relationship Information
Spouse Jacqueline Kennedy
Children Arabella Kennedy (stillborn daughter)
Caroline Kennedy (daughter)
John F. Kennedy, Jr. (son)
Patrick Bouvier Kennedy (son, deceased)
Family Robert F. Kennedy (brother)
Character Information
Image Gallery (3)

While John Kennedy was famous for being a womanizer, he was dedicated to his wife Jacqueline Kennedy in every other way besides fidelity. After the death of his son Patrick, John and Jacqueline became closer in their relationship, holding hands in public (which they had never done before) and spending more time together, possibly causing Kennedy to remain faithful until his death. He also loved his children Caroline and John Jr. He only had two surviving children, unlike his brother Bobby who had eleven. (citation needed)

Notes

Chris Phipps was billed as "JFK" in the credits. ("The Rabbit Hole")

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