John F. JFK Kennedy

John F. Kennedy (clone father)
Wally and Carl (foster dads)
First Appearance
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) is the anti-protagonist of Clone High. He is a clone of 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. He is voiced by Christopher Miller.


JFK is shown to be the most popular jock in school, He is shown to play for both the basketball team and the track and field team. He talks with mannerisms which mainly consist of pausing mid sentence and filling the gaps with the words "er" and "uh". He is shown to originally have a dislike and rivalry with Abe Lincoln especially over Cleopatra's affection. He is mainly portrayed as self obsessed and ignorant at times but is shown to be quite smart should the situation call for it. With most of his appearances he is shown to be quite popular with the ladies being shown as being swarmed by several at a time.


JFK is seen wearing red long sleeve polo shirt with a white stripe and tight khaki pants with brown loafers and socks. He has tall, full brown hair and has a tall and muscular physique. His eyes are slanted and are arc-shaped but open all the way whenever he is shocked, excited or enfuriated.

In the early development of the show in the early 2000s, his original appearance was more proportional and appeared as a direct caricature of Kennedy and he wore the same outfit in the TV series.


JFK is portrayed as a self-centered, egotistical, easily offended, arrogant, competitive, stubborn and short-tempered teenager who is obsessed with women, athletics and dirty jokes. He appears to be air-headed, vain and dimwitted. He also acts macho and stresses himself to be manly as possible. He also is a notorious ladies' man and shown to have a large sex drive. Despite his often antagonistic and foolish behavior he has a more sensitive and nice side which he tries to hide, he has cried out loud after losing Cleopatra and after his best friend Ponce died. In the series finale he told Joan that he really likes for herself in a more sincere and touching way. He is shown to be a narcissist as he has a large mirror above his bed and talks to his own reflection.


Abe LincolnEdit

JFK originally disliked Abe and made fun of him on a regular basis. His animosity toward Lincoln increases when Abe begins pursuing Cleopatra, the girl who JFK wants to have sex with. Typically Abe and JFK would constantly be competing against one another usually for Cleo, though Abe was the more reluctant. Though it is obvious JFK had nothing against Abe personally and only competed with him out of competitiveness. After Abe and Cleo become a couple, JFK clearly insn't happy but later accepts it when he goes back to his womanizing ways. When Abe helped JFK cope with the loss of Ponce, they become friends of sorts.


JFK's feelings for Cleo were questionable, he only wanted to sleep with her at first but they end up dating as it would look good for their image. He was never nice to Cleo when they dated and he would get annoyed by her selfishness and they would fight constantly. They would also cheat on one another. After they broke up Cleo went into Abe's arms which annoyed him. He appeared as regretful for breaking up with her and wanted her back. He somewhat gets over her as he goes back to womanizing but he still cares for her on a friendly level.

Joan of ArcEdit

JFK appears to have a crush on Joan of Arc but constantly propositions her because of his perverted nature. She will typically respond by hitting or kicking him. As a result he has a fear of her and flinchs whenever she gets mad. Joan for the most dislikes him because of his womanizing, chauvinism, arrogance and dimwittedness. She agreed to go to Winter Prom with him just to make Abe jealous which worked perfectly, until JFK told Joan that he likes her even when she was Goth and that she's one fine betty.They end up sleeping together. It really is unknown if he said that out of honesty or just did it to sleep with her.


JFK at first didn't like Gandhi and made fun of him constantly. Though Gandhi wanted to be friends with JFK in order to be popular by association. They are shown to engage in stupid activities together such as fighting over boob jokes, JFK becoming Gandhi's manager and JFK turning Gandhi into GFK. They appear to have become friends of sorts in the later episodes.

Ponce de LeónEdit

Poncey was JFK's best friend who was only seen in one episode, in that same episode they got into a fight which was started by JFK of course and Poncey told him he hated him, which hurt JFK's feelings. After JFK left, Ponce got killed in a freak accident caused by litter. JFK then went into a mental breakdown over the loss of his friend. He even saw Poncey's ghost which of course was a hallucination. After Poncey's death JFK appeared to have started to reform and try to become a nicer person though still has his moments of obnoxiousness.

Julius CaesarEdit

Caesar is one of JFK's close friends, the two are seen talking to each other and hanging out.

Catherine the GreatEdit

Catherine is one of girls who is involved with JFK, she is seen making out with him in Film Fest in the film room and attends the Winter Prom with him alongside Joan and the Brontes. He calls her Catherine the So-so which is an insult, as he says that she is mediocre at sex.

Original John Fitzgerald KennedyEdit

JFK can be compared to his clone-father John F. Kennedy in some ways, such as he is easily charismatic and popular. He is also very popular with the ladies and speaks with a thick Boston accent. He is also called "Jack" by his friends, which was the nickname of the real John F. Kennedy. JFK, like Cleo, thinks he is doing a good job living up to his clone-father. His plan to live up to John F. is by being a womanizer. Though JFK can be seen as dimwitted and petty, as compared to the high intellect and compassion of the real John F. The Real John F. had reddish brown hair but the clone of JFK has very tall dark brown hair. Also JFK appears to be healthy and robust which contrasts with the real John F. who suffered from a variety of sicknesses including Addison's disease.


  • JFK, Abe, and Gandhi, are the three main characters, whose clonefathers died of assassination.