Johnson family

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Johnson family
Days of Our Lives family
Created bySheri Anderson, Thom Racina and Leah Laiman
Introduced byBetty Corday and Al Rabin
Duration1985–98, 2000—
First appearanceJune 13, 1985

The Johnsons are a family living in the town of Salem on the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives. The Johnsons began as a lower class family, in the last two decades the family has lifted itself up and become contributing members of Salem society. Although they were a major family in the late 1980s, for more than a decade the family was solely represented on the show by Jack Deveraux. Within the last year, however, many members of the family have returned while Jack, being the primary Johnson (at this point) has left. In 2011, however, things started to return to the status quo, as Jack returned to the series in September, while Steve, Kayla and Stephanie have all departed once again. As of 2012, Jack departed once again but returned to the soap in 2018, while the family is represented by Jack, Adrienne, Sonny, Kayla Brady Johnson , JJ, and Tripp Dalton


  • Only current spouses are listed or those who were married when they died
  • Characters currently appearing on Days appear in bold
  • Notable children who are stillborn and die before proper character development are italicized

First generation[edit]

  • Duke Johnson (born 1930s; died 1987)
    • Jo Johnson (born 1930s)
  • Earl Johnson (born 1930s)

Second generation[edit]

Third generation[edit]

Fourth generation[edit]

Family Tree[edit]


Lines Boxes
  • Dashed = Romance or Marriage
  • Solid = Children
Character is currently on the Show
Character not on the Show
Character is deceased or presumed dead

Duke Johnson
Jo Johnson
Kayla Brady
Steve Johnson
Ava Vitali
Jack Deveraux
(aka Billy Johnson)
Jennifer Horton
Adrienne Johnson
Justin Kiriakis
Stephanie Johnson
Joey Johnson
Tripp Dalton
Chad DiMera
Abigail Deveraux
JJ Deveraux
Joseph Kiriakis
Victor Kiriakis II
Sonny Kiriakis
Thomas DiMera