Jack Johnson "Don't let your dreams be dreams"

Jack Johnson the singer and athlete was born May 18 1975 in Honolulu Hawaii. When he graduated high school he attended the University of California in Santa Barbara, and can also play both guitar and ukulele. He has a very bubbly, caring, and loving personality. As he’s a person who loves family, helping others, and the world. The impact on others life is very positive he shows people how important it is to take care of our world, being physical, and to always follow your dreams.

Growing up he had many life accomplishments here are some:

  • Commercials
  • Tv shows
  • Movies
  • Billboards

He also made a sing along album for the show Curious George. One of his big accomplishments was being one of the youngest people to compete for the Pipeline Masters at age 17. Later on he even made his own charity to make a positive world they used the money for music education, art, and making the world a better place.

Jack Johnson didn't just have his achievements in life he also has his challenges. As he was one of the youngest surfers to compete for the Pipeline master at age 17 that ended a week later. After the week of competing he got into a major crash. He had to get roughly 150 stitches and a few teeth. He then quit surfing, and that inspired him to create his song “Drink the Water”.

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