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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]

D

Pop singer Eva Dahlgren
Diver Tom Daley
Director and producer Lee Daniels
Sexologist Martin Dannecker
Politician Libby Davies
Comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres
Interior designer Robert Denning
Author and filmmaker Virginie Despentes
Ballet impresario Sergei Diaghilev
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Maria Dąbrowska 1889–1965 Polish Writer, novelist, essayist, journalist, playwright B[7]
Torstein Dahle b. 1947 Norwegian Politician G[8]
Eva Dahlgren b. 1960 Swedish Pop musician L[9]
Lisa Dahlkvist b. 1986 Swedish Footballer L[10]
Jeffrey Dahmer 1960–1994 American Serial killer G[11]
Stephen Daldry b. 1961 English Film director G[12]
Grover Dale b. 1935 American Actor, dancer, choreographer B[13]
James Dale b. 1971 American Boy Scouts leader expelled for being gay G[14]
Tom Daley b. 1994 English Diver B[15]
Lucio Dalla 1943–2012 Italian Singer-songwriter, musician, actor G[16]
Matt Dallas b. 1982 American Actor G[17]
Joe Dallesandro b. 1948 American Actor B[18]
Sam D'Allesandro 1956–1988 American Writer G[19]
Mary Daly b. 1928 American Feminist philosopher, theologian L[20]
Blyth Daly 1901–1965 American Actor L[21]
Anne Seymour Damer 1748–1828 English Sculptor B[22]
Antonio D'Amico b. 1959 Italian Model, fashion designer G[23]
Danchyk b. 1958 Belarusian Singer, journalist G[24]
Seb Dance b. 1981 English Politician G[25]
Elijah Daniel b. 1994 American Comedian, YouTuber, rapper, author G[26]
Alain Daniélou 1907–1994 French Academic, Hindu convert G[27]
Ben Daniels b. 1964 English Actor G[28]
Dani Daniels b. 1989 American Pornographic actor B[29][30]
David Daniels b. 1966 American Singer G[31]
Jimmie Daniels 1908–1984 American Cabaret performer, actor, model, nightclub owner G[32]
Lee Daniels b. 1959 American Film producer, director G[33]
Sarah Daniels b. 1957 English Playwright L[34]
Stormy Daniels b. 1979 American Pornographic actor, stripper, director B[35]
Eleni Daniilidou b. 1982 Greek Tennis player L[36]
Jason Danino-Holt b. 1987 Israeli TV personality G[37]
Martin Dannecker b. 1942 German Sexologist, writer G[38]
Brian Dannelly b. ? American Film director G[39]
Rudi van Dantzig 1933–2012 Dutch Choreographer, ballet company director, writer G[40]
Van Darkholme b. 1972 American Pornographic director and actor G[41]
Bella Darvi 1928–1971 Polish Actor B[42]
Ram Dass b. 1931 American Spiritual teacher, writer B[43]
Alphonso David b. 1970 American President of Human Rights Campaign, attorney, activist G[44]
Charlie David b. 1980 Canadian Actor G[45]
James Davidson b. ?[5] British Historian G[46]
Jaye Davidson b. 1968 American-British Actor, model G[47]
Tierna Davidson b. 1998 American Soccer player L[48]
Dave Davies b. 1947 English Rock musician (The Kinks) B[49]
Libby Davies b. 1953 Canadian Member of Parliament L[50]
Peter Maxwell Davies 1934–2016 English Contemporary classical composer and conductor G[51]
Ron Davies b. 1946 Welsh Politician B[52]
Russell T Davies b. 1963 Welsh TV producer, writer G[53]
Steven Davies b. 1986 English Cricketer G[54]
Terence Davies b. 1945 English Filmmaker G[55]
Angela Davis b. 1944 American Activist L[56]
Brad Davis 1949–1991 American Actor B[57]
Clive Davis b. 1932 American Record company executive B[58]
Evan Davis b. 1962 English Journalist, economist G[59]
Frederick W. Davis 1880–1961 American-Mexican Art dealer G[60]
Madeline Davis b. 1940 American Activist L[61]
Tanya Davis b. ? Canadian musician, poet B[62]
Vaginal Davis b. 1969 American Artist L[63]
Wade Davis b. 1977 American Writer, football player G[64][65][66]
Shane Dawson b. 1988 American Internet personality B[67]
Spencer Day b. 1978 American Musician G[68]
Daya b. 1998 American Singer L[69]
Richard Deacon 1921–1984 American Actor G[70]
Deadlee b. ?[5] American Rapper G[71]
James Dean 1931–1955 American Actor B[72]
Terrence Dean b. ?[5] American Writer, author, former MTV executive, and speaker G[73]
Dick DeBartolo b. 1945 American Comic writer, satirist G[74]
Dean DeBlois b. 1970 Canadian Film director, animator G[75]
Frank DeCaro b. 1962 American Writer, performer G[76]
John Paul De Cecco 1925–2017 American Academic writer, professor G[77]
Jeanine Deckers, a.k.a. "The Singing Nun" 1933–1985 Belgian Musician, clergy L[78]
Daniel Defert b. 1937 French AIDS activist, partner of Michel Foucault G[79]
Ellen DeGeneres b. 1958 American Comedian, actor, talk show host L[80]
Jacek Dehnel b. 1980 Polish Writer, translator G[81]
Andreas Deja b. 1957 German Animator G[82]
Thomas Dekker b. 1987 American Actor G[83]
Adore Delano b. 1989 American Drag queen, entertainer G[84]
Bertrand Delanoë b. 1950 French Politician G[85]
Samuel R. Delany b. 1942 American Author G[86]
Jonathan Del Arco b. 1966 American Actor G[87]
Lea DeLaria b. 1958 American Comedian, actor, jazz musician L[88]
Alicia Delgado 1959–2009 Peruvian Folk singer L[89]
Juliana Delgado Lopera b. 1988 American Writer and performer L[90]
Gabi Delgado-López b. 1958 Spanish-German Musician (Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft) B[91][92]
Casey Dellacqua b. 1985 Australian Tennis player L[93]
Elena Della Donne b. 1989 American Basketball player L[94]
Cara Delevingne b. 1992 English Model, actor B[95][96]
Christine Delphy b. 1941 French Sociologist L[97]
Bianca Del Rio b. 1975 American Drag queen, entertainer G[98]
David Del Tredici b. 1937 American Contemporary classical composer G[99]
Carl DeMaio b. 1974 American Politician; 1st openly gay member of the San Diego City Council G[100]
John D'Emilio b. 1948 American Historian G[101]
Barbara Deming 1917–1984 American Activist L[102]
Rosemary Dempsey b. ? American Lawyer, activist L[103]
Shawna Dempsey b. ? Canadian Performance artist and writer L[104]
Leeann Dempster b. ? Scottish CEO of Hibernian F.C. L[105]
Robert De Niro, Sr. 1922–1993 American Painter B[106]
Benoit Denizet-Lewis b. ?[5] American Journalist G[107]
Barry Dennen b. 1938 American Actor, writer G[108]
Robert Denning 1927–2005 American Interior designer G[109]
Nicole Dennis-Benn b. ?[5] Jamaican Novelist L[110]
David Denson b. 1995 American 1st openly gay active player affiliated with a MLB organization G[111]
Denice Denton 1959–2006 American Academic L[112]
Nick Denton b. 1967 English Journalist, blogger G[113]
Paul-Émile d'Entremont b. ? Canadian Documentary filmmaker G[114]
Sonali Deraniyagala b. 1964 Sri Lankan Economist, memoirist L[115]
Dena DeRose b. 1966 American Jazz musician L[116]
Timo Descamps b. 1986 Belgian Actor, singer G[117]
Virginie Despentes b. 1969 French Author, filmmaker L[118]
Gauthier Destaney b. 1979 Luxembourgish Architect and husband of Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel G[119]
Abrahm DeVine b. 1996 American Swimmer G[120]
Tony De Vit 1957–1998 English Disk jockey G[121]
Devours b. ? Canadian Electronic musician G[122]
Abby DeWald b. ? American Musician (The Ditty Bops) L[123]
Lukas Dhont b. 1991 Belgian Film director, screenwriter G[124]
Juan Pablo Di Pace b. 1979 Argentine Actor, singer, director G[125]
Elio Di Rupo b. 1951 Belgian Politician G[126]
Sergei Diaghilev 1872–1929 Russian Art critic, ballet patron G[127]
Lucy Diakovska b. 1976 Bulgarian-German Pop singer (No Angels), actor L[128]
David Diamond 1915–2005 American Composer G[129]
Guillermo Díaz b. 1975 American Actor G[130]
Ogie Diaz b. 1970 Filipino Actor, comedian B[131]
Tofik Dibi b. 1980 Dutch Politician G[132]
Andy Dick b. 1965 American Actor, comedian B[133]
Emily Dickinson 1830–1886 American Poet L[134][135][136]
Suran Dickson b. 1977 New Zealand LGBT activist L[137]
Babe Didrikson Zaharias 1911–1956 American Track and field athlete, golfer, basketball player, Olympic medalist L[138]
Marlene Dietrich 1901–1992 German Actor B[139]
Vincent Dieutre b. 1960 French Film director G[140]
Ani DiFranco b. 1970 American Rock musician B[141]
Kristian Digby 1977–2010 English TV presenter, director G[142]
Nyle DiMarco b. 1989 American Model, actor, deaf activist B[143]
Diane DiMassa b. 1959 American Cartoonist L[144]
Alex Dimitrov b. 1984 Bulgarian-American Poet G[145]
Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ b. 1976 Turkish Football referee, athlete G [146]
Christian Dior 1905–1957 French Fashion designer G[147]
Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel b. 1987 Dutch Field hockey player L[148]
Dirk Dirksen 1937–2006 American Music promoter G[149]
JD Disalvatore b. ? American Film director, producer G[150]
Thomas M. Disch 1940–2008 American Writer G[151]
Beth Ditto b. 1981 American Rock musician (Gossip) L[152]
Boris Dittrich b. 1955 Dutch Politician, LGBT rights activist G[153]
Divine 1945–1988 American Actor, drag performer G[154]
Alix Dobkin b. 1940 American Women's music performer-composer L[155]
Jess Dobkin b. 1970 Canadian Performance artist L[156]
Farzana Doctor b. ? Canadian Writer L[157]
Bajazid Doda 1888–1933 Albanian Ethnographic writer, photographer G[158]
Nik Dodani b. 1994 American Actor, comedian, activist G[159]
Betty Dodson b. 1929 American Sex educator B[160]
Owen Dodson 1914–1983 American Poet, novelist, playwright G[161]
Terry Dolan 1950–1986 American Republican Party operative G[162]
Xavier Dolan b. 1989 Canadian Film director, actor, screenwriter G[163]
Domenico Dolce b. 1958 Italian Fashion designer, Dolce & Gabbana G[164]
Rachel Dolezal b. 1977 American Author, activist, artist, NAACP chapter president, a woman of European ancestry that identifies as black B[165][166]
Jonathan Dollimore b. 1948 English Sociologist, social theorist G[167]
Stefanie Dolson b. 1992 American Basketball player L[168]
Colman Domingo b. 1969 American Actor G[169]
Ann Donahue b. ? American TV writer L[170]
Herb Donaldson 1927–2008 American Lawyer, judge G[171]
Ian Donaldson b. ? English Musician (Bronski Beat) G[172]
Stephen Donaldson 1946–1996 American Activist G[173]
Dong Xian c. 23–1 BC Chinese (Han Dynasty) Courtier B[174]
Jorge Donn 1947–1992 Argentine Ballet dancer G[175]
Emma Donoghue b. 1969 Irish Writer L[176]
Amanda Donohoe b. 1962 English Actor B[177]
José Donoso 1924-1996 Chilean Writer G[178]
Alexander Donskoy b. ?[5] Russian Politician G[179]
Savannah Dooley b. 1985 American Screenwriter L[180]
Thomas Anthony Dooley 1927–1961 American Humanitarian G[181]
Mary Dorcey b. 1950 Irish Author, poet, novelist, LGBT and women's rights activist L[182]
Heinz Dörmer 1912–2001 German Youth leader, imprisoned by Nazis G[183]
Tommy Dorfman b. 1992 American Actor G[184]
Issan Dorsey 1933–1990 American Soto Zen Buddhist G[185]
Alfonso Dosal b. 1985 Mexican Actor B[186]
Jason Dottley b. 1980 American Actor G[187]
Mark Doty b. 1953 American Poet G[188]
Cecilia Dougherty b. ?[5] American Artist L[189]
Lord Alfred Douglas 1870–1945 English Poet, lover of Oscar Wilde B[190]
Kyan Douglas b. 1970 American Reality show host G[191]
Michelle Douglas b. 1963 Canadian Former soldier, LGBT rights activist L[192]
Orville Lloyd Douglas b. 1976 Canadian Writer G[193]
Edward Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 3rd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu b. 1927 English Politician B[194]
Gregory Douglass b. 1980 American Musician G[195]
Robert Dover b. 1956 American Equestrian G[196]
Brian Dowling b. 1978 Irish TV presenter G[197]
Deidre Downs b. 1980 American Physician; 1st former Miss America national titleholder to enter a same-sex marriage L[198]
JD Doyle b. 1947 American Radio producer, music collector, historian G[199]
Mike Doyle b. 1972 American Actor, screenwriter, director and producer G[200]
Marigona Dragusha b. 1990 Kosovar 1st openly lesbian Miss Kosovo L[201]
David Drake b. 1963 American Actor G[202]
Karla Drenner b. 1961 American Politician, academic L[203]
Donna Dresch b. ? American Rock musician (Team Dresch) L[204]
Jack Drescher b. 1951 American Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst G[205]
James Dreyfus b. 1968 English Actor G[206]
Tom Driberg, Baron Bradwell 1905–1976 English Politician, journalist G[207]
Ryan Driller b. 1982 American Pornographic actor G[208]
Gert-Jan Dröge 1943–2007 Dutch TV presenter, producer, actor, journalist, writer G[209]
Nancy Drolet b. 1973 Canadian Ice hockey player L[210]
Ed Droste b. 1978 American Musician (Grizzly Bear) G[211]
Drubskin b. 1973 American Artist G[212]
Malka Drucker b. 1945 American Rabbi, writer L[213]
Helene von Druskowitz 1856–1918 Austrian Philosopher, writer, music critic L[214]
Thomas Duane b. 1955 American Politician G[215]
Martin Duberman b. 1932 American Historian G[216]
René-Daniel Dubois b. 1955 Canadian Writer G[217]
Sandi Simcha DuBowski b. 1970 American Filmmaker G[218]
Carol Ann Duffy b. 1955 Scottish Poet L[219]
Maureen Duffy b. 1933 English Writer L[220]
Stella Duffy b. 1963 English Novelist, playwright L[221]
Kezia Dugdale b. 1981 Scottish Politician L[222]
Greg Duhaime 1953–1992 Canadian Distance runner G[223]
André van Duin b. 1947 Dutch Actor, pop musician, writer G[224]
Bonnie Dumanis b. 1951 American District Attorney L[225]
Karen Dunbar b. 1971 Scottish Comedian L[226]
Alice Dunbar-Nelson 1875–1935 American Poet, journalist, political activist B[227]
Alan Duncan b. 1957 English Member of Parliament G[228]
Isadora Duncan 1887–1927 American Dancer B[229]
Katie Duncan b. 1988 New Zealand Footballer L[230]
Priscilla Duncan b. 1983 New Zealand Footballer L[231]
Simon Dunn b. 1987 Australian 1st openly gay bobsledder in Australia G[232]
Kristyn Dunnion b. 1969 Canadian writer, performance artist L[233]
Don Dunstan 1926–1999 Australian Politician G[234]
Cheryl Dunye b. 1966 American Film director L[235]
Larry Duplechan b. 1956 American Writer G[236]
Imke Duplitzer b. 1975 German Fencer L[237]
Andrés Duque b. ?[5] Colombian-American Activist, journalist, blogger G[238]
Alonso Duralde b. 1967 American Film critic G[239]
John Duran b. ? American Mayor of West Hollywood G[240]
Jenny Durkan b. 1958 American Lawyer, mayor L[241]
Eleonora Duse 1859–1924 Italian Actor B[242]
Guillaume Dustan 1965–2005 French Writer G[243]
Clea DuVall b. 1977 American Actor and director L[244]
Andrea Dworkin 1946–2005 American Feminist, LGBT rights activist L[245]
Deborah Dyer b. 1967 English Rock musician (Skunk Anansie) B[246]
Elana Dykewomon b. 1949 American Activist, writer L[247]


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Artist and writer Jorge Eduardo Eielson
Pediatrician and public health specialist Martha Eliot
Essayist, lecturer, and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Angela Eagle b. 1961 English Member of Parliament L[248]
Thomas Eakins 1844–1916 American Painter B[249]
Joan Eardley 1921–1963 Scottish Artist L[250]
John Early b. 1988 American Actor, comedian G[251]
Michael Ebeid b. ?[5] Egyptian-Australia Businessman G[252]
Fred Ebb 1928–2004 American Musical theatre lyricist G[253]
Adam Ebbin b. 1963 American First openly gay Virginia delegate G[254]
Diana L. Eck b. 1945 American Harvard Comparative Religion and Indian Studies professor L[255]
FannyAnn Eddy 1974–2004 Sierra Leonean LGBT rights activist, murder victim L[256]
Lee Edelman b. 1953 American Literary critic, academic G[257]
Nicholas Eden 1930–1985 English 2nd Earl of Avon, British Army officer, politician G[258]
Arjan Ederveen b. 1956 Dutch Actor, comedian, TV producer G[259]
Laurie Toby Edison b. 1942 American Photographer B[260]
Louis Edmonds 1923–2001 American Actor G[261]
Guy Édoin b. ? Canadian Film director, screenwriter G[262]
Chike Frankie Edozien b. ?[5] Nigerian-American Writer, journalist G[263]
Edward II 1284–1327 English King of England B[264]
Hilton Edwards 1903–1982 English-Irish Actor, theater founder, producer G[265]
Georges Eekhoud 1854–1927 Belgian Writer G[266]
Jim Egan 1921–2000 Canadian Activist, writer G[267]
Susan Eggman b. 1961 American Politician L[268]
Danielle Egnew b. 1969 American Musician, actor, clairvoyant L[265]
Youri Egorov 1954–1988 Russian Classical pianist G[269]
Michelle Ehlen b. 1978 American Actor L[270]
Billy Eichner b. 1978 American Comedian, actor, writer G[271]
Jorge Eduardo Eielson 1924–2006 Peruvian Artist, writer G[272][273]
Nicole Eisenman b. 1965 American Artist, professor L[274]
Sergei Eisenstein 1898–1948 Soviet Film director G[275]
Sujitra Ekmongkolpaisarn b. 1977 Thai Badminton player L[276]
Uffe Elbæk b. 1954 Danish Politician, busniessman, entrepreneur G[277]
Alber Elbaz b. 1961 Moroccan-Israeli Fashion designer G[278]
Norman Elder 1939–2003 Canadian Explorer, writer, artist, Olympic equestrian G[279]
Sean Eldridge b. 1986 American Investor, politician, activist G[280]
Beatrice Eli b. 1987 Swedish Musician L[281]
Martha May Eliot 1891–1978 American Pediatrician, public health G[282]
Cássia Eller 1962–2001 Brazilian Rock musician L[283]
Adam Elliot b. 1972 Australian Animator, filmmaker G[284]
Denholm Elliott 1922–1992 English Actor B[285]
Mark Elliot b. 1953 Canadian Radio host, addictions counsellor G[286]
Peter Elliott b. 1954 Canadian Anglican priest G[287]
Stephan Elliott b. 1964 Australian Film director, screenwriter G[288]
Bret Easton Ellis b. 1964 American Writer B[289]
Edith Ellis 1861–1916 English Writer B[290]
Jill Ellis b. 1966 English-American Soccer coach L[291]
Ruth Ellis 1899–2000 American LGBT rights activist, only known African-American centenarian lesbian L[292]
Megan Ellison b. 1986 American Film producer L[293]
Angela Ellsworth b. ?[5] American Artist L[294]
Mable Elmore b. ? Canadian Politician L[295]
J. McRee Elrod 1932–2016 American Librarian, cataloger, minister G[296]
Robert Elsie 1950–2017 Canadian Linguist G[297]
Julian Eltinge 1881–1941 American Actor, drag performer G[298]
Pegah Emambakhsh b. ? Iranian LGBT rights activist L[299]
Ralph Waldo Emerson 1803–1882 American Writer, essayist, poet B[300]
Daniel Emilfork 1924–2006 Chilean-French Actor G[301]
Roland Emmerich b. 1955 German Filmmaker G[302]
Magnus Enckell 1870–1925 Finnish Painter G[303]
Esther Eng 1914–1970 American Filmmaker L[304]
Cyrus Engerer b. ?[5] Maltese Politician [305]
Selli Engler 1899–1982 German Author, lesbian activist L[306]
Nick Enright 1950–2003 Australian Playwright G[307]
Anton Enus b. ? South African-Australian TV presenter G[308]
Epaminondas 418–362 BCE Theban General, statesman G[309]
Brian Epstein 1934–1967 English Manager of The Beatles G[310]
Steven Epstein b. ?[5] American Professor, sociologist G[311]
Lyudmila Erarskaya 1891–964 Russian Actor L[312]
Didier Eribon b. 1953 French Philosopher, intellectual G[313]
Gloria Escomel b. 1941 Uruguayan-Canadian Writer L[314]
Jill Esmond 1908–1990 English Actor L[315]
Raúl Esparza b. 1970 American Actor B[316]
Óscar Esquivias b. 1972 Spanish Writer G[317]
Jörg van Essen b. 1947 German Politician G[318]
Emily Estefan b. 1994 American Singer L[319]
Jade Esteban Estrada b. 1975 American Pop musician, comedian, choreographer G[320]
Agustín Humberto Estrada Negrete b. ? Mexican Former director and teacher G[321]
Melissa Etheridge b. 1961 American Rock musician L[322]
Terence Etherton b. 1951 British Judge G[323]
Asier Etxeandia b. 1975 Spanish Actor G[324]
Wesley Eure b. 1951 American Actor G[325]
Luke Evans b. 1979 Welsh Actor G[326]
Monique Evans b. 1956 Brazilian Model, actor, TV personality L[327]
Scott Evans b. 1983 American Actor G[328]
Uzi Even b. 1940 Israeli Chemistry professor, politician, first openly gay member of Knesset G[329]
Kenny Everett 1944–1995 English DJ, comedian G[330]
Ray Everett b. 1969 American Lawyer, businessman G[331]
Rupert Everett b. 1959 English Actor G[332]
Matt Evers b. 1976 American Figure skater G[333]
Edgar de Evia 1910–2003 Mexican-American Photographer G[334]
Hanns Heinz Ewers 1871–1943 German Writer G[335]
Mark Ewert b. 1972 American Writer, actor G[336]
Blake McIver Ewing b. 1985 American Actor G[337]
Reid Ewing b. 1988 American Actor, musician G[338]
William Eythe 1918–1957 American Actor G[339]
Alicya Eyo b. 1975 English Actor L[340]
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