List of people with heterochromia

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This is a list of notable people who have been documented as having heterochromia iridis, a condition when the irises have different colours.

Actors

Athletes and coaches

Authors, poets and writers

Dancers

Musicians and singers

(Bowie's status is ambiguous. Some sources indicate that Bowie's appearance results only from a permanently dilated pupil, and not from heterochromia.[4][17] This condition is known as anisocoria.)

Politicians

Scientists

Other

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