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* Music/ToriAmos song "Jackie's Strength" with references to Jackie's strained marriage to [=JFK=] and the tragedy in Dallas appears on her album ''From the Choirgirl Hotel.''

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* ''Series/QuantumLeap'': There is a brief glimpse of her towards the end of the Season Five episode "Lee Harvey Oswald," where Sam failed to stop Oswald from shooting John F. Kennedy. Al makes mention [[spoiler:of how in the original timeline Oswald had also killed Jackie: the point of Sam's leap was to save ''her''. [[BittersweetEnding The episode ends with a photo montage]] of Jackie leading the nation in mourning.]]


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis; her married name during this time "Jacqueline Onassis" is the reason why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". She was widowed again in 1975 and did not marry again.

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis; her married name during this time "Jacqueline Onassis" is the reason why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". She was widowed again for a second time in 1975 and did not marry again.


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis; her married name during this time "Jacqueline Onassis" is the reason why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". She was widowed in 1975 and did not marry again.

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis; her married name during this time "Jacqueline Onassis" is the reason why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". She was widowed again in 1975 and did not marry again.


* ''[[Film/AmericasPrinceTheJohnFKennedyJrStory America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story]]'' (MadeForTVMovie): She is portrayed by Creator/JacquelineBisset.

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* ''[[Film/AmericasPrinceTheJohnFKennedyJrStory America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story]]'' ''Film/AmericasPrinceTheJohnFKennedyJrStory'' (MadeForTVMovie): She is portrayed by Creator/JacquelineBisset.


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence the "Onassis" in her name and why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". She was widowed in 1975 and did not marry again.

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence the "Onassis" in Onassis; her married name and during this time "Jacqueline Onassis" is the reason why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". She was widowed in 1975 and did not marry again.


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence the "Onassis" in her name and why she was nicknamed "Jackie O".

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence the "Onassis" in her name and why she was nicknamed "Jackie O". \n She was widowed in 1975 and did not marry again.


* ''[[Film/GreyGardens2009 Grey Gardens (2009)]]'': She is portrayed by Creator/JeanneTripplehorn for a single scene, as the film centers more on Jackie's cousin Edith Bouvier Beale, one of the subjects (alongside her mother of the same name) subject of a 1975 documentary ''Film/GreyGardens''. Tripplehorn in fact said questions she had about Edith Bouvier Beale that she thought would be answered by being a part of the film remained unsolved.
* ''Film/KillingKennedy'': She is portrayed by Creator/GinniferGoodwin.

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* ''[[Film/GreyGardens2009 Grey Gardens (2009)]]'': She is portrayed by Creator/JeanneTripplehorn for a single scene, as the film centers more on Jackie's cousin Edith Bouvier Beale, one of the subjects (alongside her mother of the same name) subject of a the 1975 documentary ''Film/GreyGardens''. Tripplehorn in fact said questions she had about Edith Bouvier Beale that she thought would be answered by being a part of the film remained unsolved.
* ''Film/KillingKennedy'': She is portrayed by Creator/GinniferGoodwin.



* ''Film/KillingKennedy'' (MadeForTVMovie): She is portrayed by Creator/GinniferGoodwin.



* ''Series/{{The Crown|2016}}'': She is portrayed by Creator/JodiBalfour.

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* ''[[Film/AmericasPrinceTheJohnFKennedyJrStory America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story]]'' (MadeForTVMovie): She is portrayed by Creator/JacquelineBisset.
* ''Series/{{The Crown|2016}}'': She is portrayed played by Creator/JodiBalfour.


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence "Onassis" in her name.

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence the "Onassis" in her name.name and why she was nicknamed "Jackie O".


* ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'': She appears in the JFK assassination scene in the opening credits, played by Carrie Genzel.

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* ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'': She appears twice in the film's opening credits: when JFK publicly meets and congratulates Dr. Manhattan, and in the JFK assassination scene in the opening credits, played scene. Played by Carrie Genzel.

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* ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'': She appears in the JFK assassination scene in the opening credits, played by Carrie Genzel.


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas.

Jackie and her husband had two children who lived to adulthood, Caroline and John Jr., who died in 1999 in a plane crash.

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth, and being right next to her husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas.

Dallas. She remarried in 1968 with Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, hence "Onassis" in her name.

Jackie and her husband JFK had two children who lived to adulthood, Caroline and John Jr., who died in 1999 in a plane crash.


Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth and witnessing her husband's assassination in 1963.

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Her marriage to Jack was marked with tragedy of having a stillborn daughter named Arabella and a son, Patrick, who died from illness a few days after birth birth, and witnessing being right next to her husband's assassination husband when he was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in 1963.
Dallas.


* ''[[Film/GreyGardens2009 Grey Gardens (2009)]]'': She is portrayed by Creator/JeanneTripplehorn for a single scene, as the film centers more on Jackie's cousin Edith Bouvier Beale.[[note]]Famous for being the subject of a 1975 documentary (also named ''Film/GreyGardens'') that focused on the everyday lives of her and her mother (also named Edith), two reclusive, upper-class women who lived in poverty at the namesake Grey Gardens, a derelict mansion at East Hampton, New York. Tripplehorn in fact said questions she had about Edith Bouvier Beale that she thought would be answered by being a part of the film remained unsolved.[[/note]]

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* ''[[Film/GreyGardens2009 Grey Gardens (2009)]]'': She is portrayed by Creator/JeanneTripplehorn for a single scene, as the film centers more on Jackie's cousin Edith Bouvier Beale.[[note]]Famous for being Beale, one of the subjects (alongside her mother of the same name) subject of a 1975 documentary (also named ''Film/GreyGardens'') that focused on the everyday lives of her and her mother (also named Edith), two reclusive, upper-class women who lived in poverty at the namesake Grey Gardens, a derelict mansion at East Hampton, New York.''Film/GreyGardens''. Tripplehorn in fact said questions she had about Edith Bouvier Beale that she thought would be answered by being a part of the film remained unsolved.[[/note]]


* ''Film/GreyGardens'': She is portrayed by Creator/JeanneTripplehorn for a single scene, as the film centers more on Jackie's cousin Edith Bouvier Beale.[[note]]Famous for being the subject of a 1975 documentary (also named ''Grey Gardens'') that focused on the everyday lives of her and her mother (also named Edith), two reclusive, upper-class women who lived in poverty at the namesake Grey Gardens, a derelict mansion at East Hampton, New York. Tripplehorn in fact said questions she had about Edith Bouvier Beale that she thought would be answered by being a part of the film remained unsolved.[[/note]]

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* ''Film/GreyGardens'': ''[[Film/GreyGardens2009 Grey Gardens (2009)]]'': She is portrayed by Creator/JeanneTripplehorn for a single scene, as the film centers more on Jackie's cousin Edith Bouvier Beale.[[note]]Famous for being the subject of a 1975 documentary (also named ''Grey Gardens'') ''Film/GreyGardens'') that focused on the everyday lives of her and her mother (also named Edith), two reclusive, upper-class women who lived in poverty at the namesake Grey Gardens, a derelict mansion at East Hampton, New York. Tripplehorn in fact said questions she had about Edith Bouvier Beale that she thought would be answered by being a part of the film remained unsolved.[[/note]]

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