Rafer Johnson born on 18 August 1935 in Hillsboro. He is a citizen of United States of America. He represents United States of America for sport. Rafer Johnson was educated at University of California, Los Angeles. He died on 2 December 2020 in Sherman Oaks from a cerebrovascular disease at age 85 years, 3 months.
He was an American athlete and actor.
He has one child Jenny Johnson Jordan. He has one sibling Jimmy Johnson.
Rafer Johnson has worked as an actor and athletics competitor. He has been a member of Peace Corps. He has has won California Hall of Fame, Theodore Roosevelt Award, Horatio Alger Award and Associated Press Athlete of the Year. He played for UCLA Bruins. His sports disciplines include: decathlon. Significant events include lighting the Olympic cauldron.
His height is 1.90m (6 ft, 2 in).
He is also known as Rafer Lewis Johnson.