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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]

Bi–Bz

Rock musician Jón Þór Birgisson
Politician André Boisclair
Artist Rosa Bonheur
Actor and musician Jay Brannan
Designer David Bromstad
Filmmaker Katherine Brooks
Baseball player Glenn Burke
Novelist and translator Dorothy Bussy
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Stephen Bicknell 1957–2007 English Organ builder G[7]
Thom Bierdz b. 1962 American Actor G[8]
Christopher Biggins b. 1948 English Television and pantomime actor G[9]
Tobias Billström b. 1973 Swedish Politician B[10]
Mark Bingham 1970–2001 American Entrepreneur, victim of 11 September 2001 attacks G[11]
Alfred Biolek b. 1934 German Actor, producer G[12]
Elizabeth Birch b. 1956 American LGBT rights activist, attorney L[13]
Joan E. Biren b. 1944 American Photographer, documentarian L[14]
Jón Þór Birgisson b. 1975 Icelandic Rock musician (Sigur Rós) G[15]
Balázs Birtalan 1969–2016 Hungarian Author, poet G[16]
Chester Biscardi b. 1948 American Contemporary classical composer, academic G[17]
Elizabeth Bishop 1911–1979 American Writer, poet L[18]
Heather Bishop b. 1949 Canadian Children's music performer-composer L[19]
Michael Bishop b. 1942 English Business executive G[20]
Jackie Biskupski b. 1966 American Politician L[21]
bill bissett b. 1939 Canadian Poet G[22]
Dustin Lance Black b. 1974 American Screenwriter G[23]
Victor Blackwell b. 1981 American Journalist G[24]
Raymond Blain 1951–1992 Canadian Politician G[25]
Marie-Claire Blais b. 1939 Canadian Author, playwright L[26]
Doug Blasdell 1963–2007 American Personal trainer, reality show star G[27]
Ross Bleckner b. 1949 American Artist G[28]
Sebastian Bleisch b. 1957 German Writer, porn director G[29]
Larry Bliss b. 1946 American Politician G[30]
Marc Blitzstein 1905–1964 American 20th century classical composer G[31]
Anthony Blond 1928–2008 English Publisher, author G[32]
Allan Bloom 1930–1992 American Philosopher G[33]
Amy Bloom b. 1953 American Writer L[34]
Lionel Blue b. 1930 English First openly gay rabbi in the UK, broadcaster G[35]
Anthony Blunt 1907–1983 English Art historian, spy G[36]
Konrad Boehmer 1941–2014 Dutch Contemporary classical composer G[37]
Dirk Bogarde 1921–1999 English Actor G[38]
Yuri Bogatyryov 1947–1989 Russian Actor B[39]
Alexandru Bogdan-Pitești 1870–1922 Romanian Symbolist poet, essayist, and art and literary critic G[40]
David Bohnett b. 1956 American Entrepreneur G[41]
André Boisclair b. 1966 Canadian Politician G[42]
Brian Boitano b. 1963 American Figure skater G[43]
Nicholas Boles b. 1965 English Politician G[44]
Ray Boltz b. 1953 American Singer-songwriter G[45]
Matt Bomer b. 1977 American Actor G[46]
Cris Bonacci b. 1966 Australian Rock musician, producer L[47]
Klaus Bondam b. 1963 Danish Actor, politician G[48]
Rosa Bonheur 1822–1899 French Painter, sculptor L[49]
William Bonin 1947–1996 American Serial killer G[50]
Abel Bonnard 1883–1968 French Writer G[51]
Gillian Bonner b. 1966 American Model B[52]
Peter Bonsall-Boone 1938–2017 Australian Activist G[53]
Mel Boozer 1946–1987 American LGBT-rights activist G[54]
Jobriath Boone 1946–1983 American Musician, actor G[55]
Lizzie Borden b. 1958 American Filmmaker B[56]
Walter Borden b. 1942 Canadian Actor, playwright G[57]
Barrie Jean Borich b. ? American Writer L[58]
Trevor Boris b. 1978 Canadian Comedian G[59]
David Borrow b. 1962 English Politician G[60]
Francisco Bosch b. 1982 Spanish Actor, dancer G[61]
Joshua Boschee b. ? American Politician G[62]
John Boswell 1947–1994 American Historian G[63]
Roddy Bottum b. 1963 American Rock musician (Imperial Teen, Faith No More) G[64]
Tom Bouden b. 1971 Belgian Comic strip artist G[65]
Charles Karel Bouley b. 1962 American Radio personality, writer G[66]
Nina Bouraoui b. 1967 French Author L[67]
Matthew Bourne b. 1960 English Choreographer G[68]
Adam Bouska b. 1983 American Photographer G[69]
Jeff Bowen b. 1971 American Actor G[70]
Leigh Bowery 1961–1994 Australian Performance artist B[71]
Angie Bowie b. 1950 American Model B[72]
David Bowie 1947–2016 British Musician B[73]
Jane Bowles 1917–1973 American Writer B[74]
Paul Bowles 1910–1999 American Classical composer, author B[75]
Karin Boye 1900–1941 Swedish Writer L[76]
Keith Boykin b. 1965 American Author, broadcaster, political advisor G[77]
Daniel Boys b. 1979 English Actor G[78]
Edwin Emmanuel Bradford 1860–1944 English Uranian poet G[79]
Ben Bradshaw b. 1960 English Politician G[80]
Stephen Brady b. 1959 Australian Official Secretary to the Governor-General of Australia G[81]
Howard Bragman b. 1956 American Writer G[82]
Christopher Bram b. 1952 American Writer G[83]
Wilfrid Brambell 1912–1985 Irish Actor G[84]
Adolf Brand 1874–1945 German Writer, LGBT rights activist B[85]
Dionne Brand b. 1953 Canadian Writer L[86]
Marlon Brando 1924–2004 American Actor B[87]
Johnny Brandon b. 1925 English Singer G[88]
Marcus Brandon b. 1975 American Politician G[89]
Jay Brannan b. 1982 American Actor, musician G[90]
Ben Brantley b. 1954 American Theatre critic G[91]
Alan Bray 1948–2001 American Historian, LGBT rights activist G[92]
Bunny Breckinridge 1903–1996 American Actor G[93]
Allison Brewer b. 1954 Canadian Politician L[94]
Linda Bresonik b. 1983 German Footballer B[95]
Jean-Claude Brialy 1933–2007 French Actor G[96]
Aaron Bridgers 1918–2003 American Musician G[97]
Alicia Bridges b. 1953 American Pop musician L[98]
James Bridges 1936–1993 American Screenwriter, director G[99]
Susie Bright b. 1958 American Writer, broadcaster B[100]
Mark Brindal b. 1948 Australian Politician G[101]
Dave Brindle b. ? Canadian Journalist G[102]
Jos Brink 1942–2007 Dutch Actor, musician G[103]
Josefin Brink b. 1969 Swedish Politician L[104]
Joanna Briscoe b. 1963 English Author L[105]
Scott Brison b. 1967 Canadian Member of Parliament G[106]
Patrick Bristow b. 1962 American Actor, comedian G[107]
Benjamin Britten 1913–1976 English 20th century classical composer and conductor G[108]
David Brock b. 1962 American Writer G[109]
Lino Brocka 1939–1991 Filipino Filmmaker G[110]
Belle Brockhoff b. 1993 Australian Snowboarder L[111]
Lois Bromfield b. ? Canadian Comedian, screenwriter L[112]
David Bromstad b. 1973 American Television personality G[113]
Harry Bronson b. 1959 American Politician, attorney G[114]
Ashlynn Brooke b. 1985 American Porn star B[115]
Rupert Brooke 1887–1915 English Poet B[116]
Katherine Brooks b. 1976 American Movie director L[117]
Louise Brooks 1906–1985 American Actor B[118]
Romaine Brooks 1874–1970 American Painter B[119]
Brigid Brophy 1929–1995 English Writer B[120]
Nicole Brossard b. 1943 Canadian Writer L[121]
Trev Broudy b. 1968 American Actor, model G[122]
Bob Brown b. 1944 Australian Senator, first openly gay member of the Australian Parliament G[123]
Derren Brown b. 1971 English Psychological illusionist/mentalist G[124]
Erin Brown b. 1979 English Actor, model, filmmaker B[125]
Kate Brown b. 1960 American Politician B[126]
Margaret Wise Brown 1910–1952 American Writer B[127]
Michael Brown b. 1951 English Journalist, politician G[105]
Neil Brown b. 1940 Australian Politician G[128]
Nick Brown b. 1950 English Politician G[129]
Rebecca Brown b. ? American Writer L[130]
Rita Mae Brown b. 1944 American Author, activist L[131]
Tim Brown b. 1962 American Politician G[132]
Coral Browne 1913–1991 Australian Actor B[133]
John Browne b. 1948 English Oil executive, member of the House of Lords G[134]
Oscar Browning 1837–1923 English Writer, historian G[135]
Carrie Brownstein b. 1974 American Rock musician (Sleater-Kinney) B[136]
Tammy Bruce b. 1962 American Author L[137]
David Brudnoy 1940–2004 American Talk radio host G[138]
Til Brugman 1888–1958 Dutch Poet, linguist G[139]
Erik Bruhn 1928–1986 Danish Dancer G[140]
Tyler Brûlé b. 1968 Canadian Journalist G[20]
Frank Bruni b. 1964 American Journalist G[141]
Gioia Bruno b. 1963 American Pop musician B[142]
Manfred Bruns b. 1934 German LGBT rights activist B[143]
Chris Bryant b. 1962 English Politician G[144]
Bryher 1894–1983 English Writer L[145]
Kathleen Bryson b. 1968 American Writer, filmmaker B[146]
Norman Buckley b. 1955 American Television director G[147]
Raymond Buckley b. 1959 American Politician G[148]
Anastasia Bucsis b. 1989 Canadian Speed skater L[149]
Ryan Buell b. 1982 American Paranormal investigator, television personality B[150]
Florin Buhuceanu b. 1971 Romanian LGBT rights activist G[151]
Ferdinand I of Bulgaria 1861–1948 Bulgarian Tsar B[152]
Jim J. Bullock b. 1955 American Actor G[153]
Lady Bunny b. 1962 American Drag performer, DJ, promoter G[154]
Julie Burchill b. 1959 English Writer B[155]
Ross Burden 1968–2014 New Zealand Celebrity chef G[156]
Guy Burgess 1911–1963 English Spy G[157]
Jim Burgess 1953–1993 American Record producer G[158]
Tituss Burgess b. 1979 American Actor, singer G[159]
Brendan Burke 1988–2010 Canadian Ice hockey player G[160]
Glenn Burke 1952–1995 American Baseball player G[161]
Ronnie Burkett b. 1957 Canadian Puppeteer G[162]
Kris Burley b. 1974 Canadian Gymnast G[163]
Joel Burns b. 1969 American Politician G[164]
Chandler Burr b. 1963 American Author G[165]
Raymond Burr 1917–1993 Canadian Actor B[166]
Anne Burrell b. 1969 American TV personality, chef L[167]
Augusten Burroughs b. 1965 American Writer G[168]
William S. Burroughs 1914–1997 American Writer G[169]
Saffron Burrows b. 1973 English American Actor B[170]
Paul Burston b. 1965 English Journalist, author G[171]
Gary Burton b. 1943 American Jazz musician G[172]
Charles Busch b. 1954 American Playwright, actor G[173]
Wolfgang Busch b. 1955 American Filmmaker G[174]
Rachel Kramer Bussel b. 1976 American Author, columnist L[175]
Ivan Bussens 1960–2007 English Sportsman G[176]
Sylvano Bussotti b. 1931 Italian Contemporary classical composer G[177]
Dorothy Bussy 1865–1960 English Writer B[178]
Dan Butler b. 1954 American Actor G[179]
Judith Butler b. 1956 American Philosopher L[180]
Samuel Butler 1835–1902 English Author G[181]
Jeffrey Buttle b. 1982 Canadian Figure skater G[8]
Orkut Büyükkökten b. 1975 Turkish Software engineer G[182]
Beth Bye b. ? American Politician L[183]
Latasha Byears b. 1973 American Basketball player L[184]
Spring Byington 1886–1971 American Actor B[185]
Lord Byron 1788–1824 Scottish/English Poet B[186]


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