Famous People Named Jesse
Take a look at famous people named Jesse, such as Jesse Owens, Jesse L. Jackson Jr., and Jesse Helms.
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profile name: Jesse Jackson profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Minister, Journalist
profile id: 9431142
profile name: Jesse Owens profile occupation: Track and Field Athlete
profile id: 9352646
profile name: Jesse James profile occupation: Murderer, Thief, Organized Crime Boss, Folk Hero
profile id: 9542225
profile name: Jesse Ventura profile occupation: Film Actor, Athlete, Governor
profile id: 11382
profile name: Jesse Jackson Jr. profile occupation: U.S. Representative, Journalist
profile id: 596854
profile name: Jesse James profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Reality Television Star
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