James Dean (disambiguation)
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James Dean (1931–1955) was an American movie star.
James Dean or Jimmy Dean may also refer to:
- James Dean Bradfield (born 1969), Welsh singer-songwriter
- James Dean (songwriter) (1943–2006), American songwriter
- James Dean, an American artist and creator of Pete the Cat
- Jimmy Dean (1928–2010), American country music singer and businessman
- Jim Dean, chairman of Democracy for America
- Jimmie Dean, brother of American Western singer and actor Eddie Dean
- James Dean, first director of the NASA Art Program
- James "Jemmy" Dean, All-England Eleven and United All-England Eleven cricketer
- "James Dean" (song), a song by the Eagles
- "James Dean (I Wanna Know)", a song by Daniel Bedingfield
- "Jimmy Dean" (song), a song by Troll
- "Jimmy Dean Loved Marilyn", a song by German band Silicon Dream
- "James Dean", a 2012 song by Bosnian singer Selma Bajrami
- "If I'm James Dean, You're Audrey Hepburn", a 2010 song in Sleeping with Sirens' album With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear. An acoustic version of same song is found in the band's 2012 EP If You Were a Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack. On the EP, the said track is retitled as "James Dean & Audrey Hepburn".
- Jimmy Dean, unseen character in the play Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean and film, Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
- Jimmy Dean (brand), an American food company
- James Deane (disambiguation)
- Jamie Deen (born 1967), American chef
- James Deen (born 1986), American pornographic film actor
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