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

A

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Kathy Acker 1949–1997 American Writer and feminist [1]
Patience Agbabi born 1965 British Poet [2][3]
Henry Ainley 1879–1945 British Actor [4][5]
Zoë Akins 1886–1958 American Playwright [6]
Raven Alexis born 1987 American Pornographic actress and adult model [7]
Summer Altice born 1979 American Model and actress [8]
Hans Christian Andersen 1805–1875 Danish Writer. Avoided actual sexual relations [9]
Brett Anderson born 1967 British Singer-songwriter, and former lead vocalist of Suede [10]
Nadine Angerer born 1978 German Footballer [11]
Chagmion Antoine born 1982 American Broadcast journalist [12]
Louis Aragon 1897–1982 French Poet and novelist [13]
Penny Arcade born 1950 American Performance artist, playwright. Aka Susana Ventura [14]
Billie Joe Armstrong born 1972 American Singer, songwriter, guitarist for Green Day [15]
Jake Arnott born 1961 British Novelist, came out as bisexual in his twenties [16]
Julie d'Aubigny 1670–1707 French Swordswoman and opera singer (aka La Maupin) [17]
Veronica Avluv born 1973 American Pornographic actress [18]

B

Mughal emperor Babur
Entertainer Josephine Baker
Anthropologist Ruth Benedict
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Babur 1483–1530 Indian/Mughal A Mughal Emperor and the founder of the Mughal Empire in the Indian Subcontinent [19]
Joan Baez born 1941 American Singer [20]
Alice Bag born 1958 American Singer with punk rock band Bags [21]
Josephine Baker 1906–1975 American Entertainer and actress (French citizen from 1937) [22]
Marina Baker born 1967 British Writer and politician [23]
Ireland Baldwin born 1995 American Model [24]
Canaan Banana 1936–2003 Zimbabwean Politician. First president of Zimbabwe [25]
Tallulah Bankhead 1902–1968 American Actress [26]
Azealia Banks born 1991 American Rapper and singer [27]
Alexander Bard born 1961 Swedish Musician [28]
Jean-Pierre Barda born 1967 Swedish Musician and actor [29][30]
Lia Bardeen born 1979 American Contestant on Top Chef [31][32]
Djuna Barnes 1892–1982 American Writer [33]
Amanda Barrie born 1935 British Actress on Coronation Street, Cleo in Carry on Cleo [34]
Drew Barrymore born 1975 American Actress [35]
Jean-Michel Basquiat 1960–1988 American Artist [36]
Jennifer Baumgardner born 1970 American Writer, journalist [37]
Jaime Bayly born 1965 Peruvian Writer and journalist [38]
Bianca Beauchamp born 1977 Canadian Adult model [39]
Simone de Beauvoir 1908–1986 French Philosopher [40]
Julian Beck 1925–1985 American Actor, director, poet, and painter [41]
Sybille Bedford 1911–2006 British Writer [42]
Aphra Behn 1640–1689 British Writer and spy [43]
Lexi Belle born 1987 American Pornographic actress [44]
Dario Bellezza 1944–1996 Italian Poet [45]
Ruth Benedict 1887–1948 American Anthropologist [46]
Brenda Benet 1945–1982 American Actress. Wife of Bill Bixby, lover of Tammy Bruce [47][48]
Michael Bennett 1943–1987 American Director, choreographer, and dancer [49]
Anita Berber 1899–1928 German Dancer, actress, writer, and prostitute [50]
Helmut Berger born 1944 Austrian Actor [51]
Ruth Bernhard 1905–2006 German Photographer [52]
Sandra Bernhard born 1955 American Comedian, singer, actress and author [53][54]
Sarah Bernhardt 1844–1923 French Actress [55]
Leonard Bernstein 1918–1990 American Composer and conductor [56]
John Betjeman 1906–1984 British Poet laureate [57][58]
Magnus Betnér born 1974 Swedish Comedian [59]
Tobias Billström born 1973 Swedish Politician [60]
Tori Black born 1988 American Pornographic actress and adult model [61]
Griselda Blanco 1943-2012 Colombian Career criminal and drug trafficker [62][63][64]
Amy Bloom born 1953 American Writer [65]
Anthony Blond 1928–2008 British Publisher and author [66]
Violet Blue born ? American Writer, podcaster, sex educator, and sex columnist [67]
Julio Bocca born 1967 Argentinian Ballet dancer [68]
Bernard Boursicot born 1944 French Diplomat, his story inspired M. Butterfly [69]
Yvette Bova born 1962 American Bodybuilder, pornographic actress, and U.S. Air Force member [70]
Crystal Bowersox born 1987 American Country singer, Folk singer, Broadway actress, American Idol runner-up [71]
Angela Bowie born 1950 American Model, writer, musician, ex-wife of David Bowie [72]
David Bowie 1947–2016 British Musician [73]
Jane Bowles 1917–1973 American Writer. Wife of Paul Bowles [74]
Paul Bowles 1910–1999 American Composer and Author. Husband of Jane Bowles [75]
Erica Boyer 1956–2009 American Pornographic actress [76]
Adolf Brand 1874–1945 German Writer and LGBT activist [77]
Marlon Brando 1924–2004 American Actor [78]
Cait Brennan born 1969 American Singer-songwriter and screenwriter [79]
Jeremy Brett 1933–1995 British Actor, famous as Sherlock Holmes [80]
Susie Bright born 1958 American Writer and broadcaster [81]
Joy Brook born 1969 British Actress. DC Kerry Holmes on The Bill [82]
Ashlynn Brooke born 1985 American Former pornographic film actress, erotic dancer, and adult model [83]
Rupert Brooke 1887–1915 British Poet [84]
Louise Brooks 1906–1985 American Actress [85]
Romaine Brooks 1874–1970 American Painter [86]
Brigid Brophy 1929–1995 British Writer [87]
Kate Brown born 1960 American Politician, Governor of Oregon [88]
Coral Browne 1913–1991 Australian Actress, wife of Vincent Price [89]
Carrie Brownstein born 1974 American Musician [90]
Gioia Bruno born 1963 American Musician [91]
Louise Bryant 1885–1936 American Radical journalist, played by Diane Keaton in Reds [92]
Kathleen Bryson born 1968 American Writer, filmmaker [93]
Tylene Buck born 1972 American Pornographic actress and adult model. Former professional wrestler and valet. [94]
Ryan Buell born 1982 American Paranormal investigator, television personality [95]
Concha Buika born 1972 Spanish Singer [96][97]
Julie Burchill born 1959 British Writer [98]
William S. Burroughs 1914–1997 American Writer [99]
Saffron Burrows born 1973 British Actress [100]
Dorothy Bussy 1865–1960 British Writer [101]
Robin Byrd born 1957 American Former pornographic actress, now a cable TV host [102]
Lord Byron 1788–1824 British Nobleman, Poet [103]

C

Comedian Margaret Cho
Writer John Cheever
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Caligula 12 – 41CE Roman Emperor [104]
Colin Campbell 1942–2001 Canadian Artist [105]
Roy Campbell 1901–1957 South African Poet [106]
Daniele Capezzone born 1972 Italian Politician [107]
Gia Carangi 1960–1986 American Model, played by Angelina Jolie in Gia [108][109]
Vanessa Carlton born 1980 American Musician-songwriter. "I am a proud bisexual woman." [110]
George Carman 1929–2001 British Lawyer, leading barrister of the 1980s and 1990s [111]
Ana Carolina born 1974 Brazilian Musician. "I am Bi. So what?" [112]
Cameron Carpenter born 1981 American Organist [113]
Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset 1587–1645 Scottish Politician, and lover of King James I of England [114]
Dora Carrington 1893–1932 English Artist [115]
Jim Carroll 1950–2009 American Writer (The Basketball Diaries) and musician. [116]
Lily Carter born 1990 American Pornographic actress and webcam model [117]
Nell Carter 1948–2003 American Singer and actress [118]
Giacomo Casanova 1725–1798 Venetian Traveller and writer [119]
Neal Cassady 1926–1968 American Beatnik and writer [120]
Jack Cassidy 1927–1976 American Actor, father of David Cassidy [121]
Cazuza 1958–1990 Brazilian Composer and singer [122]
Benvenuto Cellini 1500–1571 Italian Goldsmith, painter, soldier, autobiographer [123][124]
Constantine P. Cavafy 1863–1933 Greek Poet [125]
Alvilde Chaplin 1909–1994 British Gardening and landscape expert, married to bisexual James Lees-Milne [126]
Crystal Chappell born 1965 American Actress. "I am equally attracted to men and women." [127]
Bruce Chatwin 1940–1989 English Novelist and travel writer [128]
Neneh Cherry born 1964 Swedish Musician [129]
Leslie Cheung 1956–2003 Hong Kong Actor and musician [130]
John Cheever 1912–1982 American Writer [131]
Margaret Cho born 1968 American Comedian [132]
Greta Christina born 1961 American Author, blogger, speaker [133]
Hélène Cixous born 1937 French Writer and philosopher [134]
Montgomery Clift 1920–1966 American Actor [135]
Cyril Collard 1957–1993 French Author, filmmaker, composer, and actor [136]
Simon Collins born 1976 English-Canadian Musician, son of Phil Collins [137]
Caroline Coon born 1945 English Artist, journalist and political activist [138]
Colleen Coover born 1969 American Artist [139][140]
Kate Copstick born ? Scottish Television presenter, actress, writer and director [141]
Monique Covét born 1976 Hungarian Pornographic actress, adult model, and businesswoman [142]
Baron Gottfried von Cramm 1909–1976 German Tennis player, twice French Open champion [143]
Darby Crash 1958–1980 American Musician [144]
Joan Crawford 1905–1977 American Actress [145]
Aleister Crowley 1875–1947 English Occultist and hedonist [146]
Countee Cullen 1903–1946 American Poet of the Harlem Renaissance [147]
Alan Cumming born 1965 Scottish Actor [148]
Courtney Cummz born 1981 American Pornographic actress and director [149]
Cytherea born 1981 American Pornographic film actress, adult model, and businesswoman [150]

D

Music executive Clive Davis
Interior decorator Elsie de Wolfe
Actor Andy Dick
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Stephen Daldry born 1961 British Theatre and film director [151]
Joe Dallesandro born 1948 American Actor [152]
Jacques Damala 1855–1889 Greek Actor [153]
Dani Daniels born 1989 American Pornographic actress and adult model [154]
Dave Davies born 1947 British Musician with The Kinks [155]
Ron Davies born 1946 British Politician [156]
Brad Davis 1949–1991 American Actor in Midnight Express [157]
Frank Marshall Davis 1905–1987 American Journalist, poet, political, labor activist [158]
Sammy Davis, Jr. 1925–1990 American Entertainer [159]
Shane Dawson born 1988 American Internet personality [160]
James Dean 1931–1955 American Actor [161][162]
Michelle Deighton born 1986 American Contestant on America's Next Top Model [163]
Oscar de la Renta 1932-2014 Dominican Fashion designer [164][165]
Olga de Meyer 1871–1930 British Socialite, rumored to be daughter of King Edward VII [166]
Sophie Dee born 1984 Welsh Pornographic actress [167]
Cara Delevingne born 1992 English Model, actress [168][169]
Jacques Demy 1931–1990 French Film director [170]
Elsie de Wolfe 1865–1950 American Interior designer [171]
Andy Dick born 1965 American Actor and comedian [172]
Marlene Dietrich 1901–1992 American German-born actress, singer [173]
Ani DiFranco born 1970 American Musician [174]
Diane di Prima born 1934 American Poet [175]
Morgan Doctor born ? American Musician [176]
Amanda Donohoe born 1962 British Actress [177]
Jessica Drake born 1974 American Pornographic actress, adult model, and erotic dancer [178]
Sir Michael Duff 1907–1980 British Society figure, married to bisexual Lady Caroline Paget [179]
Carol Ann Duffy born 1955 British Poet [180]
Daphne du Maurier 1907–1989 British Author [181]
Dominick Dunne 1925–2009 American Writer [182]
Isadora Duncan 1887–1927 American Dancer [183]
Don Dunstan 1926–1999 Australian Politician. Premier of South Australia [184][185]
Eleonora Duse 1859–1924 Italian Actress [186]
Deborah Dyer born 1967 British Singer, aka Pea Narni aka Skin (of Skunk Anansie) [187]

E

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Laurie Toby Edison born 1942 American Photographer [188]
Bret Easton Ellis born 1964 American Novelist. Author of American Psycho and Lunar Park. [189][190]
Edith Ellis 1861–1916 British Writer, wife of sexologist Havelock Ellis [191]
William Empson 1904–1986 British Literary critic (Seven Types of Ambiguity) and poet [192]
Eve Ensler born 1953 American Writer, author of The Vagina Monologues [193]
Raúl Esparza born 1970 Cuban American Singer, actor [194]
Kenny Everett 1944–1995 British DJ and comedian [195]

F

Musician Sia Furler
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Tyler Faith born 1975 American Pornographic actress, adult model, erotic dancer, and radio host [196]
György Faludy 1910–2006 Hungarian Poet, writer and translator [197]
Brenda Fassie 1964–2004 South African Singer [198]
Frances Faye 1912–1991 American Singer [199]
Peggy Fears 1903–1994 American Actress. Married A.C. Blumenthal three times, finally settled down with Tedi Thurman [200]
Fergie born 1975 American Singer with The Black Eyed Peas [201]
Annie Adams Fields 1834–1915 American Writer [202]
Leonor Fini 1907–1996 Argentinian Painter [203]
M. F. K. Fisher 1908–1992 American Writer [204]
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 1890–1964 American Activist [205]
Althea Flynt 1953–1987 American Wife of Larry Flynt [206]
Charles Henri Ford 1913–2002 American Novelist, poet, filmmaker, photographer, and artist [207]
Megan Fox born 1986 American Actress and model [208][209]
Kay Francis 1905–1968 American Actress [210][211]
Anne Frank 1929–1945 Dutch-German Diarist [212][213]
Pamela Frankau 1908–1967 British Novelist [214][215]
Alan Freeman 1927–2006 Australian Radio DJ [216]
Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven 1874–1927 German Dada artist and poet [217][218]
Sia Furler born 1975 Australian Musician [219][220]

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