John 1:3 is a dual statement that follows the previous statements about Jesus. In the previous statements the Word (Jesus) is presented as being present at the moment of creation and also being declared that He is God. Verse three explains in two statements how Jesus was involved in the act of creation.
The first phrase is παντα δι αυτου εγενετο (all things were created or made by Him). The Greek word εγενετο carries the idea of things that are brought into being or things that are made. It is a simple statement that everything that was created was done so by the Word.
The second phrase is similar and is intended to counter those who might try to qualify the all things as something less than everything that was created -- καὶ χωρὶς αὐτοῦ ἐγένετο οὐδὲ ἕν ὃ γέγονεν (and without him was not any thing made that was made (KJV)).
Based on your list in your question I would include everything that was created, which includes the physical creation, as well as all living beings in the creation such as the angels, humans, animals, and plant life. I would not include your comment about "actions, and all spoken words that man has ever perpetrated." To be precise in that definition that makes God the creator of evil which did not happen as actions and words spoken by man are sinful. Did God create beings who were capable of evil, like humans and the devil, yes but that does not make God the creator of evil. Dealing with the existence of evil falls under the theological idea known as theodicy.