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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, definition and terminology 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] 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."[3]

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Roman Emperor Caligula
Artist Caravaggio
Musician Brandi Carlile
Social reformer Edward Carpenter
Politician Charles Chauvel
Attorney Roy Cohn
Writer Colette
Business executive Tim Cook
Journalist Anderson Cooper
Chef Cat Cora
Mountain climber Cason Crane
Name Lifetime[4] Nationality Notable as Notes[5]
Christopher Cabaldon b.1965 American Politician G[6]
Jean-Daniel Cadinot b. 1944 French Pornographic movie director G[7]
Paul Cadmus 1904–1999 American Artist G[8]
John Cage 1912–1992 American 20th century classical composer G[9]
Caitlin Cahow b. 1985 American Ice hockey player L[10]
Claude Cahun 1894–1954 French Photographer, writer G[11]
J. P. Calderon b. 1975 American Volleyball player, TV personality G[12]
Caligula 12–41 CE Roman Emperor B[13]
Anthony Callea b.1982 Australian Pop musician G[14]
Michael Callen 1955–1993 American AIDS activist G[15]
Simon Callow b. 1949 English Actor G[16]
Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès 1753–1824 French Lawyer G[17]
Anne Cameron b. 1938 Canadian Novelist, poet L[18]
Edwin Cameron b. 1953 South African Judge G[19]
Rhona Cameron b. 1965 Scottish Comedian L[20]
Margarethe Cammermeyer b. 1942 American LGBT rights activist, soldier L[21]
Colin Campbell 1942–2001 Canadian Video artist G[22]
Dani Campbell b. 1982 American runner up on reality TV show A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila L[22]
Tim Campbell b. 1975 Australian Actor G[23]
David Campos b. 1970 Guatemalan-American Politician G[24]
Justin R. Cannon b. 1984 American Founder of TruthSetsFree.net, an affirming outreach ministry to gay and lesbian Christians G[25]
Mario Cantone b. 1959 American Comedian, actor G[26]
Daniele Capezzone b. 1972 Italian Politician B[27]
Truman Capote 1924–1984 American Author, playwright G[28]
James Cappleman b. 1952 American Politician G[29]
Scott Capurro b. 1962 American Comedian G[30]
Gia Carangi 1960–1986 American Model B[31]
Andreas Carlgren b. 1958 Swedish Politician G[32]
Brandi Carlile b. 1981 American Rock musician L[33]
Benedetta Carlini 1591–1661 Italian Nun, mystic L[34]
Vanessa Carlton b. 1980 American Singer, songwriter B[35]
Liz Carmouche b. 1984 American Mixed martial arts fighter L[36]
Marcel Carné 1906–1996 French Filmmaker G[37]
Rachel Carns b. 1969 American Musician, artist, performer L[38]
Ana Carolina b. 1974 Brazilian Musician B[39]
Cameron Carpenter b. 1981 American Organist G[40]
Edward Carpenter 1844–1929 English Writer, LGB rights theoretician and activist G[41]
Tim Carpenter b. ? American Politician G[42]
Kelli Carpenter O'Donnell b. 1967 American Business executive, life-partner of entertainer Rosie O'Donnell L[43]
Alan Carr b. 1976 English Comedian G[44]
Dora Carrington 1893–1932 English Artist B[45]
Jim Carroll 1949–2009 American Poet, writer, rock musician B[46]
Chris Carter b. 1952 New Zealand Politician G[47]
Lily Carter b. 1990 American Porn star B[48]
Logan Carter 1954–1997 American Actor, female impersonator G[49]
Ted Casablanca b. ? American Journalist G[50]
Giacomo Casanova 1725–1798 Venetian Traveller, writer B[51]
Warren Casey b. 1935 American Composer and lyricist G[52]
Michael Cashman b. 1950 English Actor, politician G[53]
Neal Cassady b. 1926 American Major figure of Beat Generation B[54]
Maggie Cassella b. ? American Comedian L[55]
Jack Cassidy 1927–1976 American Actor B[56]
Kelly Cassidy b. ? American Politician L[57]
P. J. Castellaneta b. 1960 American Film director, screenwriter G[58]
Sebastian Castro b. 1989 American Actor, singer G[59]
Clint Catalyst b. 1971 American Writer, performer G[60]
David Catania b. 1968 American Politician G[61]
Willa Cather 1873–1947 American Writer L[62]
Constantine P. Cavafy 1863–1933 Greek Poet B[63]
Megan Cavanagh b. 1960 American Actor L[64]
Cazuza 1958–1990 Brazilian Singer G[65]
Cazwell 1972 American Rapper G[66]
Luis Cernuda 1902–1963 Spanish Poet G[67]
Ilene Chaiken b. ? American Writer and television producer L[68]
John Challis b. 1928 Australian LGBT rights activist G[69]
Joan Chalmers b. 1928 Canadian Philanthropist G[70]
Richard Chamberlain b. 1934 American Actor G[71]
Kevin Chamberlin b. 1963 American Actor G[72]
Sam Champion b. 1961 American TV weather presenter G[73]
Graham Chapman 1941–1989 English Comedian (Monty Python) G[74]
Spencer Chandra Herbert b. 1981 Canadian Politician G[75]
Otis Charles b. 1926 American Episcopal bishop G[76]
Ian Charleson 1949–1990 Scottish Actor G[77]
Bruce Chatwin 1940–1989 English Novelist, travel writer B[78]
Charles Chauvel b. 1969 New Zealand Politician G[79]
Christian Chávez b. 1983 Mexican Latin pop musician, actor G[80]
Alexander Chee b. ? American Writer G[81]
John Cheever 1912–1982 American Writer B[82]
Chenette, JustinJustin Chenette b. 1991 American Politician G[83]
Mary Cheney b. 1969 American Daughter of U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney L[84]
Patrice Chéreau 1944-2013 French Actor, director G[85]
Marc Cherry b. 1962 American TV writer, producer G[86]
Neneh Cherry b. 1964 Swedish Pop musician B[87]
Alfred Chester 1928–1971 American Writer G[88]
Craig Chester b. 1965 American Actor, screenwriter G[89]
Leslie Cheung 1956–2003 Hong Kong Actor, pop musician B[90]
Ken Cheuvront b. 1961 American Politician G[91]
Paddy Chew 1960–1999 Singaporean First Singaporean AIDS victim to come out to the general public G[92]
Georgy Chicherin 1872–1936 Russian Politician G[93]
Staceyann Chin b. ? Jamaican Poet G[94]
Margaret Cho b. 1968 American Comedian B[95]
Dan Choi b. 1981 American LGBT activist, former military officer G[96]
Lisa Cholodenko b. 1964 American Film director and screenwriter L[97]
Zero Chou b. 1969 Taiwanese Film director G[98]
Ken Choy b. ? American Writer, performance artist G[99]
Wayson Choy b. 1939 Canadian Writer G[100]
Meg Christian b. 1946 American Musician L[101]
Jennifer Chrisler b. American Gay rights activist L[102]
Nathan Christoffersen 1977–2005 American LGBT rights activist, journalist G[103]
Terry Christopher b. ? American Singer/songwriter G[104]
Peter Christopherson 1955–2010 English Rock and experimental musician G[105]
Chrystos b. 1946 American Poet G[106]
Ralph Chubb 1892–1960 English Writer G[107]
Annabelle Chvostek b. 1973 Canadian Singer/songwriter L[108]
David Cicilline b. 1961 American Politician, first openly gay mayor of an American state capital G[109]
Adriano Cintra b. 1972 Brazilian Musician G[110]
Hélène Cixous b. 1937 French Writer, philosopher B[111]
James Clark b. 1963 English Diplomat G[112]
Karen Clark b. 1945 American Politician L[113]
Michael Clark b. 1962 British Dancer, choreographer G[114]
Cam Clarke b. 1957 American Voice actor G[115]
Cheryl Clarke b. 1947 American Writer G[116]
Michele Clarke b. 1961 Trinidadian Writer, filmmaker L[117]
Julian Clary b. 1959 English Comedian G[118]
Kevin Clash b. 17 September 1960 American Puppeteer G[119]
Beth Clayton b. ? American Opera singer L[120]
Charles Clegg 1916–1979 American Author, photographer, railroad historian G[121]
Douglas Clegg b. 1958 American Author G[122]
Miss Cleo b. 1962 American Psychic L[123]
Van Cliburn 1935–2013 American Pianist G[124]
Montgomery Clift 1920–1966 American Actor G[125]
Kate Clinton b. ? American Comedian L[126]
Luke Clippinger b. 1972 American Politician G[127]
Gary Cloutier b. ? American Politician G[128]
Tom Coates b. 1972 English Blogger G[129]
James Coco 1930–1987 American Actor G[130]
Jean Cocteau 1889–1963 French Writer, artist, filmmaker B[131]
Scott Coffey b. 1967 American Writer, actor, director G[132]
Tabatha Coffey b. 1969 Australian TV personality, Hair stylist L[133]
Andy Cohen b. 1968 American Television executive G[134]
Benjamin Cohen b. 1982 English Entrepreur, journalist G[135]
Roy Cohn 1927–1986 American Lawyer, conservative activist G[136]
Steven Cojocaru b. 1965 Canadian Fashion critic G[137]
Joanna E. Cole b. 1948 American Politician B[138]
Kyla Cole b. 1978 Slovak Model B[139]
Brian Coleman b. 1961 English Politician G[140]
Lisa Coleman b. 1960 American Musician and film/TV composer L[141]
Colette 1873–1954 French Author L[142]
Chris Colfer b. 1990 American Actor, singer G[143]
Cyril Collard 1957–1993 French Author G[144]
James Collins Canadian actor, singer & songwriter G[145]
Jason Collins b. 1978 American Professional basketball player G[146]
Marcus Collins b. 1988 British Singer G[147]
Simon Collins b. 1976 Canadian Musician B[148]
Maureen Colquhoun b. 1928 English Politician L[149]
Robert Colquhoun 1914–1962 Scottish Set designer G[150]
Zebedy Colt 1929–2004 American Actor, director G[151]
Paola Concia b. 1963 Italian Politician L[152]
Bill Condon b. 1955 American Screenwriter, director G[153]
Charlie Condou b. 1974 English Actor G[154]
Timothy Conigrave 1959–1994 Australian Actor, playwright G[155]
Cathy Connolly b. 1956 American Politician L[156]
Jasper Conran b. 1959 English Fashion designer G[157]
Massimo Consoli 1945–2007 Italian Activist, writer, historian G[158]
Nancy Cook 1884–1962 American Suffragette, teacher L[159]
Natalie Cook b. 1975 Australian Olympic volleyball player L[160]
Tim Cook b. 1960 American CEO of Apple Inc. G[161]
Anderson Cooper b. 1967 American journalist, author, television personality G[162]
Dennis Cooper b. 1953 American Artist G[163]
Colleen Coover b. 1969 American Comic artist B[164]
Bleu Copas b. 1976 American Army translator discharged for being gay G[165]
Aaron Copland 1900–1990 American Classical composer G[166]
Tee Corinne 1943–2006 American Writer L[167]
Cat Cora b. 1968 American Chef L[168]
John Corigliano b. 1938 American Classical composer G[169]
William Corlett 1938–2005 English Novelist, playwright G[170]
Dean Corll 1939–1973 American Serial killer G[171]
Michael G. Cornelius b. ? American Writer G[172]
Jessica Cornish b. 1988 English Singer-songwriter B[173]
Patricia Cornwell b. 1956 American Author B[174]
Peter and Murray Corren b. ? Canadian LGBT rights activists G[175]
Rose Cossar b. 1991 Canadian Gymnast L[176]
Antony Cotton b. 1975 English Actor G[177]
Douglas Coupland b. 1961 Canadian Author G[178]
Brendan Courtney b. ? Irish Television presenter G[179]
Noël Coward 1899–1973 English Actor, playwright G[180]
Henry Cowell 1897–1965 American 20th century classical composer, musician B[181]
Colin Cowie b. 1962 South African Wedding planner G[182]
Daniel Allen Cox b. 1976 Canadian Writer G[183]
Cason Crane b. 1993 American Mountain climber G[184]
Cheryl Crane b. 1943 American Lana Turner's daughter, killer of Turner's abusive boyfriend L[185]
Hart Crane 1899–1932 American Poet G[186]
Nicky Crane 1958–1993 English Neo-Nazi activist G[187]
Scott Cranham b. 1954 Canadian Diver G[188]
Anthony Crank b. ? English Television presenter G[189]
Toller Cranston b. 1949 Canadian Figure skater, artist G[190]
Joan Crawford 1905–1977 American Actor B[191]
Darby Crash 1958–1980 American Punk rock musician (The Germs) G[192]
Gavin Crawford b. 1971 Canadian Comedian, actor G[193]
Quentin Crisp 1908–1999 English Writer G[194]
Chris Crocker b. 1987 American Internet celebrity G[195]
Richard Cromwell 1910–1960 American Actor G[196]
Rodney Croome b. ? Australian LGBT rights activist G[197]
Aleister Crowley 1875–1947 English Occultist, hedonist B[198]
Howard Cruse b. 1944 American Cartoonist G[199]
Bobby Crush b. 1954 English Pianist, TV presenter G[200]
Benjamin Cruz b. 1953 American Judge, Politician G[201]
Orlando Cruz b. 1981 Puerto Rican Professional boxer G[202]
Wilson Cruz b. 1973 American Actor G[203]
Steve Cruz b. 1972 American Pornographic actor G[204]
Hugues Cuénod b. 1902 Swiss Tenor G[205]
George Cukor 1899–1983 American Director G[206]
Countee Cullen 1903–1946 American Romantic Poet B[207]
Mitch Cullin b. 1968 American Writer G[208]
Bonnie Cullison b. 1954 American Politician L[127]
Alan Cumming b. 1965 Scottish Actor B[209]
Conrad Cummings b. 1948 American Contemporary classical composer G[210]
Philip Cummings 1906-1991 American Public speaker, political analyst G[211]
Andrew Cunanan 1969–1997 American Serial killer G[212]
Merce Cunningham 1919–2009 American Dancer, choreographer  ?[9]
Michael Cunningham b. 1952 American Writer G[213]
Adrianne Curry b. 1982 American Model B[214]
John Curry 1949–1994 English Figure skater G[215]
Tyler Curry b. 1983 American HIV activist G[216]
Bonnie Curtis b. 1966 American Film producer L[217]
Catie Curtis b. 1965 American Folk rock musician L[218]
Daniel Curzon b. 1938 American Writer G[219]
Donal Óg Cusack b. 1977 Irish Hurler, GAA athlete G[220]
Charlotte Cushman 1816–1876 American Actor L[221]
Julie Cypher b. 1964 American LGBT rights activist, director B[222]


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