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This is a partial list of confirmed famous people who were or are gay, lesbian or bisexual. Famous people who are simply rumored to be gay, lesbian or bisexual, are not listed.

The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time; for example the word "gay" wasn't used to describe sexual orientation until the mid 20th century. A number of different classification schemes have been used to describe sexual orientation since the mid-19th century, and scholars have often defined the term "sexual orientation" in divergent ways. Indeed, several studies have found that much of the research about sexual orientation has failed to define the term at all, making it difficult to reconcile the results of different studies.[1][2][3] However, most definitions include a psychological component (such as the direction of an individual's erotic desire) and/or a behavioural component (which focuses on the sex of the individual's sexual partner/s). Some prefer to simply follow an individual's self-definition or identity. See homosexuality and bisexuality for criteria that have traditionally denoted lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people.

The high prevalence of people from the West on this list may be due to societal attitudes towards homosexuality. The Pew Research Center's 2003 Global Attitudes Survey found that "[p]eople in Africa and the Middle East strongly object to societal acceptance of homosexuality. But there is far greater tolerance for homosexuality in major Latin American countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia and Brazil. Opinion in Europe is split between West and East. Majorities in every Western European nation surveyed say homosexuality should be accepted by society, while most Russians, Poles and Ukrainians disagree. Americans are divided – a thin majority (51 percent) believes homosexuality should be accepted, while 42 percent disagree."[4]

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Rachel Maddow in Seattle
Pop musician Johnny Mathis
Tennis player Amélie Mauresmo
Actor and gay rights campaigner Sir Ian McKellen
Classical composer Gian Carlo Menotti
Comedian Rick Mercer
Rock musician Freddie Mercury
Circus entertainer Jennifer Miller
Pop singer Ricky Martin
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Maas, CherylCheryl Maas b. 1984 Dutch Snowboarder L[7]
MacDonald, Ann-MarieAnn-Marie MacDonald b. 1958 Canadian Playwright, novelist, journalist L[8]
Macfarlane, LukeLuke Macfarlane b. 1980 Canadian Actor G[9]
MacGrath, RyanRyan MacGrath Canadian Musician, painter G[10]
Machado, EduardoEduardo Machado b. 1953 Cuban Playwright G[11]
MacInnes, ColinColin MacInnes 1914–1976 English Writer G[12]
MacIsaac, AshleyAshley MacIsaac b. 1975 Canadian Fiddler G[13]
MacIvor, DanielDaniel MacIvor b. 1962 Canadian Actor, playwright, director G[14]
MacKenna, KennethKenneth MacKenna 1899–1962 American Actor, director B[15]
Mackenroth, JackJack Mackenroth b. 1969 American Fashion designer G[16]
Mackintosh, CameronCameron Mackintosh b. 1946 British Theatrical producer G[17]
Maddow, RachelRachel Maddow b. 1973 American Radio/Television host L[18]
Magill, RonaldRonald Magill 1920–2007 English Actor G[19]
Mah, LeslieLeslie Mah b. ?[5] American Punk rock musician L[20]
Maher, SeanSean Maher b. 1975 American Actor G[21]
Malle, AnnaAnna Malle 1967-2006 American Porn star B[22]
Makepeace, Mary LouMary Lou Makepeace b. ?[5] American Politician L[23]
Makos, ChristopherChristopher Makos b. 1948 American Photographer, artist G[24]
Malherbe, SuzanneSuzanne Malherbe 1892–1972 French Illustrator, designer L[25]
Malia, LizLiz Malia b. 1949 American Politician L[26]
Malin, GeneGene Malin 1908–1933 American Actor, drag performer G[27]
Maltais, AgnèsAgnès Maltais b. 1956 Canadian Politician L[28]
Mancini, DonDon Mancini b. 1963 American Film director, screenwriter, producer G[29]
Mandelson, PeterPeter Mandelson b. 1953 English Politician G[30]
Maney, MabelMabel Maney b. 1958 American Writer L[31]
Manji, IrshadIrshad Manji b. 1968 Canadian Feminist Muslim author L[32]
Mann, ErikaErika Mann 1905–1969 German Writer, actor, war correspondent L[33]
Mann, KlausKlaus Mann 1906–1949 German Writer G[34]
Manouse, ErnieErnie Manouse b. 1969 American TV Anchor, Producer G[35]
Mantilla, EvelynEvelyn Mantilla b. 1963 American Politician B[36]
Manuel, JayJay Manuel b. 1972 Canadian Make-up artist, fashion photographer G[37]
Mapa, AlecAlec Mapa b. 1965 American Actor G[38]
Mapplethorpe, RobertRobert Mapplethorpe 1946–1989 American Photographer, artist G[39]
Margason, RogerRoger Margason b. ?[5] American Mystery writer G[40]
Margolyes, MiriamMiriam Margolyes b. 1941 English Actor L[30]
Marín, PedroPedro Marín b. 1961 Spanish Pop musician G[41]
Markström, ElisebehtElisebeht Markström b. 1955 Swedish Politician L[42]
Marquis, DelDel Marquis b. 1977 American Musician G[43]
Marsden, GordonGordon Marsden b. 1953 English Politician G[44]
Marshall, BrianBrian Marshall b. 1965 Canadian Athlete G[45]
Marshall, RobRob Marshall b. 1960 American Film and theater director G[46]
Marshall, WillyWilly Marshall b. ?[5] American Politician G[47]
Martin, AndrewAndrew Martin b. ?[5] American Politician G[48]
Martin, JamesJames Martin b. 1965 American Politician G[49]
Martin, RickyRicky Martin b. 1971 Puerto Rican Singer and actor G[50]
Martin-Smith, NigelNigel Martin-Smith b. ?[5] British Entertainment manager G[51]
Martinez, UrsulaUrsula Martinez b. ?[5] British Performance artist L[52]
Marx, JeffJeff Marx b. 1970 American Lyricist, composer G[53]
Massé, ManonManon Massé Canadian Politician L[54]
Mason, AngelaAngela Mason b. 1944 English LGBT rights activist L[30]
Massow, IvanIvan Massow b. 1967 British Entrepreneur, politician G[55]
Masters, BillyBilly Masters b. 1969 American Gossip columnist G[56]
Matarazzo, HeatherHeather Matarazzo b. 1982 American Actor L[57]
Mathews, DanDan Mathews b. 1964 American Animal rights activist G[58]
Mathews, KerwinKerwin Mathews 1926–2007 American Actor G[59]
Mathews, RossRoss Mathews b. 1979 American Television personality G[60]
Mathews, TravisTravis Mathews b. ? American Film director, screenwriter G[61]
Mathis, JohnnyJohnny Mathis b. 1935 American Pop musician G[62]
Matson, GaryGary Matson 1949–1999 American Murder victim G[63]
Mattison, AndrewAndrew Mattison 1948–2005 American Writer, psychologist, researcher G[64]
Mau, AlisonAlison Mau b. 1965 New Zealand Television journalist and presenter L[65]
Mauch, CorineCorine Mauch b. 1960 Swiss Politician L[66]
Maugham, W. SomersetW. Somerset Maugham 1874–1965 British Writer G[67]
Maupin, ArmisteadArmistead Maupin b. 1944 American Writer G[68]
Mauresmo, AmélieAmélie Mauresmo b. 1979 French Tennis player L[69]
Maxey, GlenGlen Maxey b. 1952 American Politician G[70]
May, SteveSteve May b. ?[5] American Politician G[71]
Maybury, JohnJohn Maybury b. 1958 English Film director G[17]
Maynard, Andrew M.Andrew M. Maynard b. ?[5] American Politician G[72]
Mayor, ChandraChandra Mayor b. ?[5] Canadian Writer L[73]
Mayr, SuzetteSuzette Mayr b. ?[5] Canadian Writer L[74]
McAffrey, AlAl McAffrey b. 1948 American Politician G[75]
McBean, AngusAngus McBean 1904–1990 British Photographer G[76]
McCafferty, NellNell McCafferty b. 1944 Irish Journalist, playwright L[77]
McCann, RichardRichard McCann b. 1949 American Writer G[78]
McCauley, StephenStephen McCauley b. 1955 American Writer G[79]
McClatchy, J.D.J.D. McClatchy b. 1945 American Writer G[79]
McCosker, ThomasThomas McCosker b. 1950 Australian Textile worker, jailed in Fiji for sodomy G[80]
McCoy, MattMatt McCoy b. 1966 American Politician G[81]
McCoy, ScottScott McCoy b. 1970 American Politician G[82]
McCraney, Tarell AlvinTarell Alvin McCraney b. 1980 American Playwright, actor G[83]
McCree, LoganLogan McCree b. 1977 German Pornographic Actor B[84]
McCrossin, JulieJulie McCrossin b. 1954 Australian Journalist, comedian L[85]
McDaid, KevinKevin McDaid b. 1984 British Pop musician G[86]
McDermid, ValVal McDermid b. 1955 Scottish Writer L[87]
McDermott, JoeJoe McDermott b. 1967 American Politician G[88]
McDermott, KeithKeith McDermott b. 1953 American Writer G[89]
McDonald, Andrew J.Andrew J. McDonald b. ?[5] American Politician G[72]
McDonald, Jon-MarcJon-Marc McDonald b. 1976 American Writer, political activist G[90]
McElderry, JoeJoe McElderry b.1991 English Singer, First Ever Gay X Factor UK Winner G[91]
McGehee, PeterPeter McGehee 1955–1991 Canadian Writer G[92]
McGillis, KellyKelly McGillis b. 1957 USA Actor L[93]
McGinn, JennJenn McGinn b. ? Canadian politician L[94]
McGonnigal, JamieJamie McGonnigal b. 1975 American Actor, producer G[79]
McGreevey, JimJim McGreevey b. 1957 American Governor of New Jersey G[95]
McGuinn, PatrickPatrick McGuinn b. 1966 American Director G[96]
McIntosh, MaggieMaggie McIntosh b. 1947 American Politician, first openly gay person in the Maryland General Assembly L[97]
McKay, ClaudeClaude McKay 1889–1948 Jamaican Writer B[98]
McKay, MollyMolly McKay b. ?[5] American Attorney, LGBT rights activist L[99]
McKellen, IanIan McKellen b. 1939 British Actor, LGBT rights activist G[100]
McKeon, LarryLarry McKeon 1944–2008 American Politician G[101]
McKeown, ErinErin McKeown b. 1977 American Pop musician L[102]
McKinnon, KateKate McKinnon b. 1983 American Comedian L[103]
McKusick, Marshall KirkMarshall Kirk McKusick b. 1954 American Computer scientist G[104]
McLean, AndrewAndrew McLean b. ? American Politician G[105]
McLean, ColinColin McLean b. 1978 Australian Drag queen, fashion designer G[106]
McLaren, NormanNorman McLaren 1914–1987 Canadian Animator, film director G[107]
McLeod, SamanthaSamantha McLeod b. ?[5] Canadian Actor L[108]
McNab, ClaireClaire McNab b. ?[5] Australian Writer L[109]
McNally, TerrenceTerrence McNally b. 1939 American Playwright G[110]
McNichol, KristyKristy McNichol b. 1962 American Actor L[111]
McPhee, ColinColin McPhee 1900–1964 Canadian 20th century classical composer, ethnomusicologist G[112]
McQueen, AlexanderAlexander McQueen 1969–2010 British Fashion designer G[113]
McRae, CarmenCarmen McRae 1920–1994 American Jazz musician L[114]
McReynolds, DavidDavid McReynolds b. 1929 American Politician, activist G[115]
McWilliams, PeterPeter McWilliams 1940–2000 American Writer, activist G[116]
McVicar, DavidDavid McVicar b. 1967 Scottish Opera director G[108]
Meaker, MarijaneMarijane Meaker b. 1927 American Writer L[117]
Medalen, LindaLinda Medalen b. 1965 Norwegian Football player L[118]
Medici, Gian GastoneGian Gastone Medici 1671–1737 Tuscan Last Medici Grand Duke G[119]
Medina, BennyBenny Medina b. 1958 American Talent agent, producer G[58]
Medley, RobertRobert Medley 1905–1994 English Artist G[120]
Medlock, MarkMark Medlock b. 1978 German Singer G[121]
Medrano, BenjaminBenjamin Medrano b.? Mexican Politician; first openly gay mayor ever elected in Mexico. G[122]
Meek, JoeJoe Meek 1929–1967 British Record producer G[123]
Mehlman, KenKen Mehlman b. 1966 American Businessman, Campaign Mgr for George W. Bush G[124]
Mehretu, JulieJulie Mehretu b. 1970 American Artist L[125]
Meigs, MaryMary Meigs 1917–2002 American Painter, writer L[126]
Meldrum, IanIan Meldrum b. 1946 Australian Popular music critic, journalist, musical entrepreneur G[127]
Mell, DebDeb Mell b. ?[5] American Politician L[128]
Melvoin, WendyWendy Melvoin b. 1964 American Musician and TV/film composer L[129]
Ménard, RéalRéal Ménard b. 1962 Canadian Member of Parliament G[130]
Mendelson, CharlotteCharlotte Mendelson b. 1972 English Writer L[108]
Mendez, RosieRosie Mendez b. ?[5] Puerto Rican Politician L[131]
Menotti, Gian CarloGian Carlo Menotti 1911–2007 American 20th century classical composer G[132]
Merasty, BillyBilly Merasty b. 1960 First Nations-Canadian Actor, writer G[133]
Merced, JorgeJorge Merced b. ?[5] Puerto Rican Theatre actor and director G[134]
Mercer, RickRick Mercer b. 1969 Canadian Television personality, political satirist G[135][136]
Merchant, IsmailIsmail Merchant 1936–2005 Indian-born British Film producer G[137]
Mercury, FreddieFreddie Mercury 1946–1991 British Rock musician B[138]
Meredith, Jr., William MorrisWilliam Morris Meredith, Jr. 1919–2007 American Poet G[139]
Merrell, BillyBilly Merrell b. 1982 American Writer G[140]
Merritt, RichRich Merritt b. 1967 American Writer, attorney G[141]
Mew, CharlotteCharlotte Mew 1869–1928 English Poet L[142]
Meza, RobertRobert Meza b. ?[5] American Politician G[143]
Michael, GeorgeGeorge Michael b. 1963 British Pop musician G[144]
Michaels, Tammy LynnTammy Lynn Michaels b. 1974 American Actor L[145]
Michelangelo 1475–1564 Italian Sculptor, painter G[146]
Michelle, CandiceCandice Michelle b. 1978 American model, actress, professional wrestler B[147]
Migden, CaroleCarole Migden b. ?[5] American Politician L[148]
Mika, Mika b. 1983 British Singer-songwriter G[149]
Milk, HarveyHarvey Milk 1930–1978 American Politician, LGBT rights activist G[150]
Millan, LorriLorri Millan b. ?[5] Canadian Performance artists, writers L[151]
Millegan, EricEric Millegan b. 1974 American Actor G[152]
Miller, Jacob & JoshuaJacob & Joshua Miller b. ?[5] American Musicians G[153]
Miller, JenniferJennifer Miller b. 1961 American Circus entertainer, educator L[154]
Miller, StephanieStephanie Miller b. 1961 American Comedian, radio host L[155]
Miller, TimTim Miller b. 1958 American Performance artist G[156]
Milligan, AndyAndy Milligan 1929–1991 American Writer, film director G[157]
Mills, ScottScott Mills b. 1974 English DJ G[158]
Miln, BarnabyBarnaby Miln b. 1947 British Activist, Church of England General Synod and Justice of the Peace G[159]
Milton, SimonSimon Milton b. ?[5] English Politician G[160]
Mineo, SalSal Mineo 1939–1976 American Actor B[161]
Miron, LeonardLeonard Miron b. 1969 Romanian Romanian television and radio presenter, journalist G[162][163]
Mistral, GabrielaGabriela Mistral 1889 - 1957 Chilean Poet, educator, diplomat, feminist, Nobel laureate in literature L[164]
Mitcham, MatthewMatthew Mitcham b. 1988 Australian Diver G[165]
Mitchell, John CameronJohn Cameron Mitchell b. 1963 American Director, actor G[166]
Mitropoulos, DimitrisDimitris Mitropoulos 1896–1960 Greek Classical conductor, musician and composer G[112]
Frédéric Mitterrand b. 1946 French Politician B[167]
Mixner, DavidDavid Mixner b. 1946 American Activist, author G[168]
Mizeur, HeatherHeather Mizeur b. 1972 American Politician L[169]
Mizrahi, IsaacIsaac Mizrahi b. 1961 American Fashion designer G[170]
Moa, AnikaAnika Moa b. 1980 New Zealand Pop musician L[171]
Moeller, JimJim Moeller b. 1955 American Politician G[172]
Mohanraj, Mary AnneMary Anne Mohanraj b. 1971 Sri Lankan Writer B[173]
Moire, EmmanuelEmmanuel Moire b. 1979 French Singer, composer G[174]
Mol, AlbertAlbert Mol 1917–2004 Dutch Actor, LGBT activist G[175]
Molko, BrianBrian Molko b. 1972 British- American Rock musician (Placebo) B[176]
Monette, PaulPaul Monette 1945–2005 American Writer G[177]
Montgomery, LukeLuke Montgomery b. 1974 American Political activist G[178]
Moonen, MattMatt Moonen b. ? American Politician G[179]
Moore, AmandaAmanda Moore b. 1960 American Supermodel L[180]
Moore, AustynAustyn Moore b. 1981 American Porn star B[181]
Moore, Frank C.Frank C. Moore 1953–2002 American Painter, designer of the AIDS ribbon G[182]
Moore, PaulPaul Moore 1919–2003 American Episcopal Bishop G[183]
Moore, PerryPerry Moore b. ?[5] American Screenwriter, director G[184]
Mootoo, ShaniShani Mootoo b. 1958 Irish-born Trinidadian-Canadian Author, multimedia artist, painter, video producer L[185]
Moreno, DominickDominick Moreno b. ? American Politician G[186]
Morgan, EdwinEdwin Morgan b. 1920 Scottish Poet G[187]
Morin, DanyDany Morin b. 1985 Canadian Politician G[188]
Morris, ChrisChris Morris b. 1979 British Activist and journalist G[189]
Morris, PaulPaul Morris b. ?[5] American Porn director and producer G[190]
Morrison, TerryTerry Morrison b. ?[5] American Politician G[191]
Moses, Daniel DavidDaniel David Moses b. 1952 Canadian Writer G[192]
Mould, BobBob Mould b. 1960 American Rock musician (Hüsker Dü, Sugar) G[193]
Mullally, MeganMegan Mullally b. 1958 American Actor B[194]
Munson, OnaOna Munson 1903–1955 American Actor L[195]
Munteanu, Neculai ConstantinNeculai Constantin Munteanu b. 1941 Romanian anti-communist dissident G[196]
Müntefering, MirjamMirjam Müntefering b. 1969 German Writer L[197]
Munter, AlexAlex Munter b. 1968 Canadian Politician, journalist G[198]
Müren, ZekiZeki Müren 1931–1996 Turkish Actor G[199]
Murphy, DianeDiane Murphy b. 1964 American Actor L[200]
Murphy, PeterPeter Murphy b. 1949 American Politician G[201]
Murphy, RyanRyan Murphy b. 1966 American Writer & Director G[202]
Murnau, F. W.F. W. Murnau 1888–1931 German Director G[203]
Murray, EdEd Murray b. 1955 American Politician G[204]
Murray, GlenGlen Murray b. 1957 Canadian Politician G[205]
Muschamp, HerbertHerbert Muschamp 1947–2007 American Architecture critic G[206]
Mutchnick, MaxMax Mutchnick b. 1965 American Television producer G[207]
Mwanga II of Buganda 1868–1903 African King G[208]
Myers, BillieBillie Myers b. 1971 English Pop musician B[209]


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