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John Jay Smith
Michael Jackson (1958—2009) was an American singer, dancer, choreographer, and businessman. He guest-starred on The Simpsons in the episode ‘Stark Raving Dad.’ He performed the speaking voice of Leon Kompowsky under the pseudonym John Jay Smith. Jackson was banned from singing in the episode, due to his contract with Sony.
An investigation into the singer's death revealed another 19 pseudonyms the King of Pop used to obtain prescription drugs from different doctors. An selection of the aliases used by Jackson are Omar Arnold, Paul Farance, Bryan Singleton, Blanca Nicholas and Roselyn Muhammad, Jimmy Nicholas, Faheem Muhammad, Frank Tyson, Fernand Diaz, Peter Madonie and Josephine Baker. He also took out prescriptions under his son's name, Prince, and using employees’ names, such as spokesman Michael Amir and personal chef Kai Chase.
See also Lady Gaga.
‘Michael Jackson Aliases Revealed’, The Guardian, retrieved 12 May 2014
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