Peter Jackson (disambiguation)


Peter Jackson (disambiguation)

Peter Jackson may refer to:

; People
* Peter Jackson (b. 1961), a New Zealand-born filmmaker
* Peter Jackson (footballer born 1961) (born 1961 in Bradford), English footballer and football manager
* Peter Jackson (footballer born 1905) (born 1905 in Halifax), English footballer and football manager
* Peter Jackson (footballer born 1937) (born 1937 in Stoke-on-Trent), English footballer, and son of the Peter Jackson born in 1905
* Peter Jackson (rugby union), (1930–2004) a former English rugby union footballer
* Peter Jackson (rugby league), (1964-1997) an Australian rugby league footballer
* Peter Jackson (UK politician) (born 1928), British Labour Party Member of Parliament for High Peak 1966–1970
* Peter Jackson (boxer) (1861-1901), black heavyweight boxer also known as the "Black Prince"
* Peter Jackson (academic), an Australian writer and scholar of sexual politics and Buddhism in Thailand
* Peter Jackson (cricketer) (1911-1999), an English cricketer who played for Worcestershire
* Peter Jackson (historian), scholar and author on the history of the Crusades, particularly regarding the Mongols
* Peter Jackson (fashion designer) (1928 - 2008), Australian fashion designer
* Peter Wyse Jackson (b. 1955), Irish botanist
* Peter H. Jackson (born 1913), British silver medalist in rowing at the 1936 Summer Olympics
* Peter Jackson is the pseudonym used by Ernest Hemingway during his second stay in Toronto

; Other uses
* Peter Jackson, a brand of cigarettes owned by Imperial Tobacco
* Peter Jackson, a fictional character in the Stephen King novels, when King wrote under the pseudonym Richard Bachman
* Peter Jackson, a fictional character, the elderly Piedmont survivor, in the 1969 Michael Crichton novel "The Andromeda Strain"


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