Jonathan King (born Kenneth George King, 6 December 1944, London, England) is a British singer, songwriter, TV personality, impresario, writer, film maker, producer and convicted sex offender.
He first came to prominence as a Cambridge University undergraduate, when he wrote and sang "Everyone's Gone to the Moon" in 1965, going on to become an executive and media entrepreneur. He recorded many more songs, as well as becoming a writer and producer for various other musical artists. He has amassed sales as a performer in total of around 40 million.
In 2001, King was convicted of sexual offences against boys aged 14 and 15, for which he was sentenced to seven years in prison.