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List of bisexual people including famous people who identify as bisexual and deceased people who have been identified as bisexual.

See also: A-F, G-M, N-S

T

Musician Corin Tucker
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Kobe Tai born 1972 American Pornographic actress, adult model, and erotic dancer [1]
Cecilia Tan born 1967 American Erotic writer and activist [2]
Mika Tan born 1977 American Pornographic actress, fetish model, dancer, dominatrix, and legal prostitute [3]
Laurette Taylor 1884–1946 American Actress [4]
Paul Taylor born 1930 American Choreographer [5][6]
Robert Taylor 1911–1969 American Actor [7]
Sara Teasdale 1884–1933 American Poet [8]
Paul Thek 1933–1988 American Artist [9]
Dame Sybil Thorndike 1882–1976 English Actress [10]
Dorothy Thompson 1893–1961 American Journalist. Wife of Sinclair Lewis, lover of Christa Winsloe [11]
P. L. Travers 1899–1996 Australian Writer, actress, journalist. Creator of Mary Poppins. [12][13]
Ronald Tree 1897–1976 British American-born journalist, investor, Conservative MP [14][15]
Chögyam Trungpa 1939–1987 Tibetan Buddhist meditation master, artist, Trungpa tülku [16]
Marina Tsvetaeva 1892–1941 Russian Poet [17]
Corin Tucker born 1972 American Lead singer and guitarist for the band Sleater-Kinney [18]

U

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Katie Underwood born 1975 Australian Musician and actress formerly with Bardot [19]

V

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Angelina Valentine born 1986 American Pornographic actress [20]
Conrad Veidt 1893-1943 German Actor [21][22]
Patricia Velásquez born 1971 Venezuelan Actress and model [23]
Gore Vidal 1925–2012 American Writer [24]
Thea Vidale born 1956 American Stand-up comedian, actress and former professional wrestling valet [25][26]
Taylor Vixen born 1983 American Pornographic actress and adult model [27]

W

Musician Patrick Wolf
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Siegfried Wagner 1869–1930 German Composer. Son of Wagner, grandson of Liszt [28]
Alice Walker born 1944 American Author [29]
Rebecca Walker born 1969 American Author [30]
Yona Wallach 1944–1985 Israeli Poet [31]
Wallada bint al-Mustakfi 994-1091 Andalusian Poet [32]
Clara Ward 1924–1973 American Gospel Music Legend [33]
Sylvia Townsend Warner 1893–1978 English Writer [34]
Amile Waters born 1986 Cuban/American Former pornographic and indie film actress. Now a painter, radio personality, and sports journalist. [35]
Ethel Waters 1896–1977 American Singer [36]
Evelyn Waugh 1903–1966 English Writer [37]
Jann Wenner born 1946 American Journalist [38]
Rosemary West born 1953 English Serial killer [39]
John Brooks Wheelwright 1897–1940 American Poet [40]
Mike White born 1970 American Writer and actor [41]
Stanford White 1853–1906 American Architect [42]
Archduke Wilhelm of Austria 1895–1948 Austrian Archduke, soldier, and poet. [43]
Rachel Williams born 1967 American Model and TV presenter (The Girlie Show) [44]
Rozz Williams 1963–1998 American Musician, original songwriter for Christian Death [45]
Malcolm Williamson 1931–2003 Australian Composer, Master of the Queen's Music [46]
Patrick Wolf born 1983 English Musician [47]
Christopher Wood 1901–1930 English Painter [48]
Evan Rachel Wood born 1987 American Actress, singer [49]
Virginia Woolf 1882–1941 English Writer [50]
Kate Worley 1958–2004 American Comic book writer [51]
Susan Wright born 1963 American Writer [52][53]
Aileen Wuornos 1956–2002 American Serial killer [54]

Y

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Mary Anne Yates 1728–1787 English Actress [55]
Nikolai Yezhov 1895–1940 Russian Senior figure in the NKVD during the period of the Great Purge. [56]
Marguerite Yourcenar 1903–1987 French Writer [57]

Z

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Babe Zaharias 1911–1956 American Athlete [58]
Kim Zolciak born 1968 American Singer and cast member of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. [59]

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