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

G

Actress Greta Garbo
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Vicky Galindo born 1983 American Softball player [1]
Greta Garbo 1905–1990 Swedish Actress [2]
Mary Garden 1874–1967 Scottish Opera singer [3]
Mary Garman 1898–1979 British Socialite, wife of Roy Campbell, lover of Vita Sackville-West [4][5]
Erica Gavin born 1947 American Actress in Russ Meyer's Vixen! [6]
Prince George, Duke of Kent 1902–1942 British Royalty [7]
Georgiana Cavendish 1757–1806 British Duchess of Devonshire [8]
Thea Gill born 1970 Canadian Actress in Queer as Folk. When asked, "Would you say you are bisexual?", she said, "I guess, well I've thought about that a lot. And I guess perhaps I am." [9]
Jamie Gillis 1943-2010 American Pornographic actor and director [10]
John Glassco 1909–1981 Canadian Poet, memoirist and novelist [11]
Gloria, Princess von Thurn und Taxis born 1960 German Aristocrat and socialite [12]
Alison Goldfrapp born 1966 British Singer [13]
Edmund Goulding 1891–1959 English Film director [14]
Julie Goodyear born 1942 British Actress [15]
Jessica Graham American Actress [16]
Armand de Gramont, comte de Guiche 1637–1673 French Nobleman, adventurer and playboy [17]
Elisabeth de Gramont 1875–1954 French Writer, lover of Natalie Barney [18]
Farley Granger 1925–2011 American Actor, lover of Leonard Bernstein and Patricia Neal [19]
Cary Grant 1904–1986 British Actor [20]
Duncan Grant 1885–1978 British Painter and member of the Bloomsbury Group [21]
Eileen Gray 1878–1976 Irish Architect and furniture designer [22]
Devin K. Grayson born 1970 American Comic book writer [23]
Kenny Greene 1969–2001 American Musician with the R&B group Intro [24]
Liza Greer born 1963 American Model and actress. [25]
Sasha Grey born 1988 American Former pornographic actress, now a mainstream actress. Also a model and a musician. [26]
Emile Griffith 1938-2013 American Boxer [27]
Larkin Grimm born 1981 American Singer-songwriter and musician [28]
Daniel Guérin 1904–1988 French Anarchist and author [29]
Peggy Guggenheim 1898–1979 American Art collector [30]
Alec Guinness 1914–2000 British Actor [31]

H

Pornographic actress Nina Hartley
Musician Missy Higgins
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Marilyn Hacker born 1942 American Poet, married to Samuel R. Delany [32][33]
Richard Halliburton 1900–1939 American Writer [34][35]
Emma, Lady Hamilton 1761–1815 British Mistress of Lord Nelson [36]
Sarah Jane Hamilton born 1971 English Pornographic actress and comics writer [37]
Kathleen Hanna born 1968 American Musician [38]
Carmen Hart born 1984 American Former pornographic actress and erotic dancer [39]
Veronica Hart born 1956 American Former pornographic actress and adult model; now a director and producer, and occasionally a mainstream actress [40]
Nina Hartley born 1959 American Pornographic actress, pornographic film director, sex educator, author, and feminist [41]
Patrick Harvie born 1973 British Scottish Green Party leader 2008– [42][43]
Beatrice Hastings 1879–1943 British Writer, poet and literary critic. Lover of Katherine Mansfield and Wyndham Lewis [44]
Annette Haven born 1954 American Former pornographic actress and erotic dancer [45]
Sophie B. Hawkins born 1967 American Musician [46][47]
Nathaniel Hawthorne 1804–1864 American Writer [48]
Allie Haze born 1987 American Pornographic actress [49]
Jenna Haze born 1982 American Pornographic actress, director, and businesswoman [50][51][52]
H.D. 1886–1961 American Poet [53]
Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte 1759–1818 Swedish Queen-Consort of Charles XIII of Sweden, also a famed diarist, memoir-writer and wit [54]
Nona Hendryx born 1944 American Singer, solo and with Labelle [55]
William A. Henry III 1950–1994 American Writer and critic [56]
Katharine Hepburn 1907–2003 American Actress, said by her biographer Darwin Porter to have had affairs with Greta Garbo, Judy Holliday and Judy Garland [57][58][59]
Josephine Herbst 1892–1969 American Novelist [60]
Billy Herrington born 1969 American Pornographic and mainstream film actor [61]
John Hervey, 2nd Baron Hervey 1696–1743 English/British Courtier and political writer [62]
Prince Philipp of Hesse 1896–1980 German Nazi governor of Hesse-Kassel and interior designer [63]
Missy Higgins born 1983 Australian Singer: "I fall most easily under the category 'Bisexual'" [64][65]
Christopher Hitchens 1949–2011 American British-born journalist and writer [66]
Hannah Höch 1889–1978 German Artist [67]
Frances Hodgkins 1869–1947 New Zealand Artist [68]
Judy Holliday 1921–1965 American Actress [69]
Laurel Holloman born 1971 American Actress: "I always consider myself bisexual."' [70]
Libby Holman 1904–1971 American Torch singer [71][72]
A.M. Homes born 1961 American Writer [73][74]
Sebastian Horsley 1962–2010 British Artist [75]
Craig Revel Horwood born 1965 Australian Choreographer, dancer [76]
Brenda Howard 1946–2005 American Bisexual activist [77]
Magdalen Hsu-Li born 1970 Canadian Musician [78]
Simon Hughes born 1951 British Liberal Democrat politician [79]
Mia Hundvin born 1977 Norwegian Professional handball player [80][81]
Heather Hunter born 1969 American Former pornographic actress and adult model. Now a painter, novelist, and musician. [82]
Loraine Hutchins American Writer and activist [83]
Josephine Hutchinson 1903–1998 American Actress [84]
Hung Huynh American Vietnamese-born chef; won Top Chef series three [85]
Phyllis Hyman 1949–1995 American Musician [86][87]
Trina Schart Hyman 1939–2004 American Artist [88]

I

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Erica and Victoria Mongeon American Models, stars of A Double Shot at Love [89]
Kylie Ireland born 1970 American Pornographic actress and blogger [90]
Patricia Ireland born 1945 American Feminist, former president of NOW [91]
Elina Ivanova American (born in Ukraine) Contestant on America's Next Top Model Cycle 11 [92]
Maja Ivarsson born 1979 Swedish Musician, lead singer with The Sounds [93][94]

J

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Derek Jackson 1906–1982 British Physicist [95][96]
Duncan James born 1978 British Singer with boy band Blue, actor [97]
Jesse Jane born 1980 American Pornographic actress and adult model [98]
Lauren Jauregui born 1996 American Singer with girl group Fifth Harmony [99]
Jessicka born 1975 American Artist, musician with Jack Off Jill, Scarling. [100]
Johannes, Prince von Thurn and Taxis 1926–1990 German Aristocrat [101]
Gwen John 1876–1939 British Artist [102]
Justine Joli born 1980 American Pornographic actress and adult model [103]
Angelina Jolie born 1975 American Actress: when Barbara Walters asked her if she was bisexual, Jolie responded: 'Of course.' [104]
G.B. Jones Canadian Artist, filmmaker, musician (Fifth Column) [105]
Grace Jones born 1948 American Model and musician [106]
Janis Joplin 1943–1970 American Musician [107]
June Jordan 1936–2002 American Poet and author [108]
Orlando Jordan born 1971 American Professional wrestler [109]
Shay Jordan born 1985 American Pornographic actress and adult model [110]
Miranda July born 1974 American Performance artist and filmmaker [111]
Patrick Juvet born 1950 Swiss Singer [112]

K

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Lani Ka'ahumanu born 1943 American Writer and activist [113]
Frida Kahlo 1907–1954 Mexican Painter [114]
Florina Kaja born 1982 American Reality television participant, actress, singer, and activist [115]
Candye Kane born 1965 American Singer and former pornographic actress [116]
Pat Kavanagh 1940–2008 British Literary agent, wife of writer Julian Barnes, lover of Jeanette Winterson [117]
Danny Kaye 1913–1987 American Actor [118][119]
Micah Kellner born 1978 American Politician [120]
Jill Kelly born 1971 American Pornographic actress, director, and producer [121]
Florence King born 1936 American Writer and misanthrope [122]
Alfred Kinsey 1894–1956 American Biologist and human sexuality research scientist [123]
James Kirkup 1918–2009 British Poet, translator and travel writer. "Blissfully bisexual." [124]
Calvin Klein born 1942 American Fashion designer [125]
Oswalt Kolle 1928–2010 German/Dutch Sexologist [126][127]
Ronnie Kray 1933–2000 British Criminal [128]

L

Media Personality Rebecca Loos
Arts patron Mabel Dodge Luhan
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Christian Lacroix born 1951 French Fashion designer."I've always been bisexual." [129]
Lady Gaga born 1986 American Musician; her single "Poker Face" is about dealing with the experiences of being bisexual. [130]
Sheela Lambert born 1956 American Writer and activist [131]
Adrian Lamo born 1981 American Hacker, journalist, writer [132][133]
Burt Lancaster 1913–1994 American Actor [134]
Carole Landis 1919–1948 American Actress; had a relationship with Jacqueline Susann [135]
Devinn Lane born 1972 American Former pornographic actress and adult model; now a pornographic film director and producer [136]
Sunny Lane born 1980 American Pornographic actress and adult model [137]
Françoise de Langlade 1931–1983 French Editor of French Vogue, wife of Oscar de la Renta [138][139]
Storm Large born 1969 American Musician, Rock Star: Supernova contestant [140]
Nella Larsen 1891–1964 American Writer [141]
Charles Laughton 1899–1962 British Actor [142]
Dyanna Lauren born 1965 American Pornographic actress, erotic dancer, singer, businesswoman, and director [143]
Marie Laurencin 1883–1956 French Artist [144]
Héctor Lavoe 1946–1993 Puerto Rican Salsa singer [145]
D. H. Lawrence 1885–1930 British Writer [146]
Gertrude Lawrence 1898–1952 British Actress and singer [147]
Georgette Leblanc 1875–1941 French Singer [148]
Violette Leduc 1907–1972 French Writer [149]
James Lees-Milne 1908–1997 British Architectural historian, preservationist, diarist [150]
Carol Leigh born 1951 American Artist, author, film maker, and sex workers' rights activist [151]
Julia Lemigova born 1973 Russian Former Miss USSR, partner of Martina Navratilova [152]
Tamara de Lempicka 1898–1980 Polish Polish-born artist [153][154]
Anne Lennard, Countess of Sussex 1661–1721 English Aristocrat [155]
Alan Lennox-Boyd 1904–1983 British Conservative politician [156]
Sunny Leone born 1981 Canadian/American Pornographic and mainstream film actress, adult model, businesswoman [157]
Beatrice Lillie 1894–1989 Canadian Actress [71][158]
Iyari Limon born 1976 Mexican American actress [159]
Bai Ling born 1970 American Actress [160]
Roddy Llewellyn born 1947 British Gardener, author, former lover of Princess Margaret [161]
Lindsay Lohan born 1986 American Actress, dated Samantha Ronson [162]
Kristanna Loken born 1979 American/Norwegian Actress. "I'm confident with who I am and being openly bisexual." [163][164]
Joe Longthorne born 1955 British Singer, vocal impersonator [165]
Rebecca Loos born 1977 Dutch Media personality; former PA of David Beckham [166]
Mabel Dodge Luhan 1879–1963 American Arts patron [167]
Carmen Luvana born 1981 American Former pornographic actress [168]

M

Musician Freddie Mercury
Feminist author Kate Millet
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Colin MacInnes 1914–1976 British Writer and journalist [169][170]
Mary MacLane 1881–1929 Canadian Writer [171]
Donald Maclean 1913–1983 English Diplomat and spy [172]
Maria Maggenti born 1962 American Film director [173]
Mahmud of Ghazni 971–1030 Afghan/Ghaznavi Sultan of Ghaznavid Empire in eastern Iran and northwestern Indian subcontinent [174]
Anna Malle 1967-2006 American Pornographic actress and director [175]
Leslie Mancia born 1988 American Contestant on America's Next Top Model [176]
Hortense Mancini 1646–1699 French Mistress of Charles II of England [155]
Mike Manning born 1987 American Actor and activist [177][178][179][180]
Katherine Mansfield 1888–1923 New Zealand Writer [181]
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 1660–1774 English Courtier, rumored to be lover of Queen Anne [182]
Lebo Mathosa 1977–2006 South African Kwaito singer [183]
Drea de Matteo born 1972 American Actress (The Sopranos and Joey) [184]
Robert McAlmon 1896–1956 American Writer and publisher [185]
Carson McCullers 1917–1967 American Writer [186]
Blake McGrath born 1983 Canadian Dancer, pop singer and choreographer [187]
Les McKeown born 1955 Scottish Musician; lead singer of the Bay City Rollers [188]
Carmen McRae 1920–1994 American Jazz singer [189]
Alison Mau born 1965 New Zealander Television journalist and presenter. "Yes, I'm bisexual" [190]
Gavin Maxwell 1914–1969 Scottish Naturalist and writer; author of Ring of Bright Water [191]
Margaret Mead 1901–1978 American Anthropologist and writer [192][193]
Duchess of Medina Sidonia 1936–2008 Spanish Her Excellency Doña Luisa Isabel Álvarez de Toledo y Maura, 21st Duchess of Medina-Sidonia [194]
George Melly 1926–2007 English Jazz and blues singer [195]
Herman Melville 1819–1891 American Writer [196][197]
Freddie Mercury 1946-1991 British Musician; lead singer of Queen [198][199]
Jillian Michaels born 1974 English Personal trainer, appeared on The Biggest Loser [200]
Edna St. Vincent Millay 1892–1950 American Poet, playwright [201]
June Miller 1902–1979 American Wife of Henry Miller, lover of Anaïs Nin [202]
Marilyn Miller 1898–1936 American Musical star [71]
Kate Millett born 1934 American Feminist and writer [203]
Sal Mineo 1939–1976 American Actor, portrayed Plato in Rebel Without a Cause [204]
Vincente Minnelli 1903–1986 American Film and stage director, father of Liza Minnelli [205][206]
Pamela Mitford 1907–1994 English One of the Mitford Sisters [207]
Thomas Mitford 1909–1945 English Brother of the Mitford Sisters [156]
Frédéric Mitterrand born 1947 French Minister of Culture and Communication (2009–) [208][209]
Mary Anne Mohanraj born 1971 American Writer, editor, and academic of Sri-Lankan descent [210]
Brian Molko born 1972 Scottish-American Singer of rock band Placebo [211]
Lord Montagu of Beaulieu born 1926 English Politician and motor museum owner [212]
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1689–1762 English Writer [213]
The Right Reverend Paul Moore, Jr. 1919–2003 American Clergyman. 13th Bishop of New York [214][215]
Lady Ottoline Morrell 1873–1938 English Aristocrat and society hostess [216][217]
Lord Louis Mountbatten 1900–1979 British Admiral; uncle of Prince Philip and last Viceroy of India [218]
Edwina Mountbatten 1901–1960 English Heiress, socialite, relief-worker, wife of Lord Louis [218]
Megan Mullally born 1958 American Actress, Will & Grace [219]
Misty Mundae born 1979 American Actress [220][221]
Doris Muramatsu American Girlyman band member [222]
Iris Murdoch 1919–1999 Irish Writer, academic, and philosopher [223]
Dwina Murphy born 1949 Artist, wife of Bee Gee Robin Gibb, a "bisexual druid" [224][225][226]
Billie Myers born 1971 English Singer-songwriter [227]
Tiffany Mynx born 1971 American Pornographic actress, director, and producer [228]

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