|Born:||July 9, 1975|
|Time on SNL:|| October 19, 2002 (with The White Stripes)|
March 3, 2012
Jack White (born July 9, 1975), often credited as Jack White III, is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and occasional actor best known for being the lead vocalist of the rock duo The White Stripes until their split in February 2011. He appeared on Saturday Night Live as a musical guest twice, once with The White Stripes and once solo. The first time was on October 19, 2002 where he and then-wife Meg White (The White Stripes) performed "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground" and "We're Going to Be Friends" and the second time was on March 3, 2012 where he performed "Love Interruption" and "Sixteen Saltines."
He was also impersonated by Jimmy Fallon on the February 14, 2004 episode during the "The White Stripes" sketch and by Will Forte on the February 19, 2005 episode during the "After the Grammys" sketch.