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This list of bisexual people includes notable people who identify or have been identified as bisexual.

N

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Bif Naked born 1971 Canadian Musician [1]
Bernard Natan 1886-1942 French, Romanian Early pornographic film actor and director; later worked in mainstream cinema; died in Auschwitz [2]
Alla Nazimova 1879–1945 Ukrainian Ukrainian-born actress [3]
Me'Shell NdegéOcello born 1968 American German-born musician [4]
Louise Nevelson 1899–1988 Ukrainian Kiev-born American artist [5]
Harold Nicolson 1886–1968 English Diplomat, author, politician, husband of bisexual Vita Sackville-West [6]
Anaïs Nin 1903–1977 American Writer born in France [7][8]
Cynthia Nixon born 1966 American Actress [9]
Nica Noelle born 1976 American Pornographic actress, adult film director, sex columnist, and businesswoman [10]
Rosaleen Norton 1917–1979 Australian Artist and occultist [11]
Laura Nyro 1947–1997 American Musician [12]

O

Writer Sofi Oksanen
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Frank Ocean born 1987 American Rapper, singer [13]
Robyn Ochs born 1958 American Writer and activist [14]
Nuala O'Faolain 1942–2008 Irish Writer [15]
Sofi Oksanen born 1977 Finnish Writer [16][17]
Laurence Olivier 1907–1989 British Actor [18][19][20]
Bree Olson born 1986 American Pornographic actress and adult model [21]
April O'Neil born 1987 American Pornographic actress [22]
Alfred d'Orsay 1801–1852 French Amateur artist, dandy, and man of fashion [23]
Joan Osborne born 1962 American Musician [24][25]
Rick Owens born 1962 American Fashion designer [26]

P

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Svante Pääbo born 1955 Swedish Evolutionary geneticist, head of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology's Neanderthal genome project [27]
Lady Caroline Paget 1913–1973 British Socialite, actress, married to bisexual Sir Michael Duff [28]
Camille Paglia born 1947 American Writer and academic [29][30]
Anita Pallenberg born 1944 German Model, actress and fashion designer [31]
Amanda Palmer born 1976 American Lead singer and pianist of The Dresden Dolls [32]
Marco Pannella born 1930 Italian Politician [33]
Anna Paquin born 1982 New Zealander Actress [34][35]
Sergei Parajanov 1924–1990 Armenian Soviet film-maker [36]
Elaine Parent 1942–2002 American "World's most wanted woman" [37]
Betty Parsons 1900–1982 American Artist and gallery owner [38]
Peaches born 1968 Canadian Musician [39]
Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio born 1959 Italian Politician [40]
Anthony Perkins 1932–1992 American Actor, star of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho [41]
Katharine Philips 1631–1664 English Poet [42]
Édith Piaf 1915–1963 French Singer, alleged lover of Marlene Dietrich [43]
Patrice Pike born 1970 American Singer [44][45]
Aubrey Plaza born 1984 American Actress and comedian [46]
Mimi Pollak 1903–1999 Swedish Actress and director; love of Greta Garbo's life [47]
Cole Porter 1891–1964 American Composer and songwriter [48]
Dawn Porter born 1979 British Television presenter; "I have had sexual experiences with girls before, and am quite open about it." [49]
Liane de Pougy 1869–1950 French Dancer and courtesan [50]

Q

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Carol Queen born 1958 American Author, editor, sociologist, sexologist, feminist, and pornographic actress [51][52][53]

R

Choreographer Jerome Robbins
Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Ma Rainey 1886–1939 American Blues singer [54]
Natacha Rambova 1897–1966 American Rudolph Valentino's wife [55]
Dee Dee Ramone 1951–2002 American Musician [56][57]
Sara Ramirez born 1975 Mexican–American Actress, singer-songwriter [58]
Anthony Rapp born 1971 American Actor, known for his role in the musical Rent [59]
Simon Raven 1927–2001 English Writer [60]
Johnnie Ray 1927–1990 American Singer, songwriter, and pianist [61]
Pauline Réage 1907–1998 French Author of Story of O [62]
Michael Redgrave 1908–1985 English Actor [63]
Lou Reed 1942–2013 American Musician [64]
Mikhaela Reid born 1980 American Cartoonist [65]
Tony Richardson 1928–1991 English Film director [63]
Arthur Rimbaud 1854–1891 French Poet [66]
Jerome Robbins 1918–1998 American Choreographer of West Side Story [67]
Elizabeth Robins 1862–1952 American Actress, playwright, novelist [68]
Tom Robinson born 1950 British Musician and broadcaster [69]
Vince Rockland born 1973 German Pornographic actor [70]
Martin Rossiter born 1970 Welsh Musician, formerly with band Gene [71][72]
Ida Rubinstein 1885–1960 Russian Dancer and Belle Époque beauty [73]
Muriel Rukeyser 1913–1980 American Poet [74]
Renato Russo 1960–1996 Brazilian Singer/songwriter [75]
Lee Ryan born 1983 British Singer, member of boyband Blue [76]
Sara Ryan born 1971 American Writer [77]
Ken Ryker born 1972 American Pornographic actor [78]

S

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Umberto Saba 1883-1957 Italian Poet [79]
Jaime Sáenz 1921-1986 Bolivian Poet, novelist, and short story writer [80]
Françoise Sagan 1935-2004 French Playwright, novelist (Bonjour Tristesse), screenwriter [81]
Rachael Sage American Songwriter [82]
Sinn Sage born 1983 American Pornographic actress, adult model, and assistant director [83]
Pam St. Clement born 1942 English Actress on EastEnders [84]
Ali Saleem born 1981 Pakistani Television host, actor, scriptwriter and impressionist [85]
Ola Salo born 1977 Swedish Singer with The Ark [86]
Ève Salvail born 1973 Canadian Model [87][88]
George Sand 1804-1876 French Writer [89]
Sapphire born 1950 American Writer [90]
Savannah 1970-1994 American Pornographic actress; had affairs with men and women in her personal life [91][92]
Maria Schneider 1952-2011 French Actress [93]
Annette Schwarz born 1984 German Pornographic actress, adult model, and businesswoman [94]
Ann Scott born 1965 French Writer, model [95]
Paul Scott 1920-1978 English Writer (The Raj Quartet) [96]
Daniela Sea born 1977 American Musician, artist, juggler, The L Word actress [97]
Stephanie Sellars American Columnist (New York Press), writer, actress, singer [98][99]
Kevin Sharkey born 1962 Irish Painter and celebrity [100][101]
Alia Shawkat born 1989 American Actress [102]
George Shelley born 1993 British Singer, songwriter (former member of boy band Union J), radio presenter and actor [103]
Pete Shelley born 1955 British Singer, songwriter and guitarist with the Buzzcocks [104]
Michelle Shocked born 1962 American Musician [105]
Nerina Shute 1908–2004 English Writer [106]
Judee Sill 1944-1979 American Musician [107]
Kyrsten Sinema born 1976 American Politician (Arizona House of Representatives - Dem) [108]
Ricky Sinz born 1980 American Pornographic actor [109]
Brooke Skye born 1986 American Pornographic actress and adult model [110]
Liz Smith born 1923 American Gossip columnist [111]
Jill Sobule born 1961 American Musician [105]
Susan Sontag 1933-2004 American Writer, filmmaker, and activist [112]
Anna Span born 1971 English Porn director, politician [113][114]
Humphrey Spender 1910-2005 English Photographer, artist, architect, brother of Stephen [115]
Stephen Spender 1909-1995 English Poet, novelist and essayist, brother of Humphrey [116]
Dusty Springfield 1939-1999 English Singer [105]
Stacia born 1952 Irish "Happily bisexual" dancer for rock group Hawkwind [117]
Barbara Stanwyck 1907-1990 American Actress [118]
Kinnie Starr born 1970 Canadian Musician [119]
Jan Steckel born 1962 American Writer [120]
Marc Stevens 1943-1989 American Pornographic actor, erotic dancer, and memoirist [121]
Steve Strange 1959-2015 Welsh Musician, singer with Visage [122]
India Summer born 1975 American Pornographic actress and adult model [123]
Ron Suresha born 1958 American Editor of Bi Men: Coming Out, a Lammy award finalist [124]
Jacqueline Susann 1918-1974 American Author of Valley of the Dolls [125]

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