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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 simply to 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]

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Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6] Image
Gaahl b. 1975 Norwegian Black Metal vocalist (Gorgoroth) G[7] Gaahl Gorgoroth.jpg
Seth Gaaikema 1939–2014 Dutch Entertainer, writer G[8] Seth Gaaikema 1985.png
Stefano Gabbana b. 1962 Italian Fashion designer, Dolce & Gabbana G[9] Stefano Gabbana.jpg
Hannah Gadsby b. 1978 Australian Comedian L[10] Hannah Gadsby and Jason Wing - Jam Project - crop.jpg
Maria Gadú b. 1986 Brazilian Singer, musician L[11] Maria Gadú 2.jpg
Tracy Gahan b. 1980 American Basketball player L[12]
Edward Gal b. 1970 Dutch Dressage rider G[13] Totilas.jpg
Patrick Gale b. 1962 English Author G[14] 20140620-X81B6638.jpg
Cathleen Galgiani b. 1964 American Politician L[15] Cathleen Galgiani.jpg
Erzsébet Galgóczi 1930–1989 Hungarian Playwright, screenwriter L[16]
Damon Galgut b. 1963 South African Playwright, novelist G[17]
Paolo Galimberti b. 1968 Italian Politician, entrepreneur G[18]
Rudy Galindo b. 1969 American Figure skater G[19] Galindo rudy.jpg
Vicky Galindo b. 1983 American Olympic athlete B[20] VickyGalindo.jpg
Anya Gallaccio b. 1963 Scottish Artist L[21]
Tom Gallagher 1940–2018 American Diplomat and 1st officer of the U.S. Foreign Service to come out as gay G[22]
Simon Gallaher b. 1958 Australian Artist B[23]
John Galliano b. 1960 Gibraltarian Fashion designer G[21]
Steve Galluccio b. ? Canadian Screenwriter G[24]
Ron Galperin b. 1963 American Politician, lawyer G[25] Ron Galperin Profile Pic.jpg
Noah Galvin b. 1994 American Actor G[26]
Jeanne Galzy 1883–1977 French Author L[27] Photographie de Jeanne Galzy publiée dans le journal La Vie montpelliéraine en 1923.png
Paul Gambaccini b. 1949 British-American Radio and TV presenter G[28] Paul gambaccini.jpg
Philip Gambone b. 1948 American Writer G[29]
Herbert Ganado 1906–1979 Maltese Politician G[30]
Nisha Ganatra b. 1974 Canadian Director, actor L[31]
Vice Ganda b. 1976 Filipino Actor, comedian, TV host, recording artist G[32] Vice Ganda in Toronto 2014 02.jpg
Jeff Gannon (James Dale Guckert) b. 1958 American Journalist B[33]
Robert Gant b. 1968 American Actor G[34] Robert Gant.jpg
Emperor Gaozu of Han c. 256–195 BC Chinese (Han Dynasty) Head of state B[35] Hangaozu.jpg
Victor Garber b. 1949 Canadian Actor G[36] VictorGarber2006.JPG
Greta Garbo 1905–1990 Swedish Actor B[37] Greta Garbo 1924 2.jpg
Leo García b. 1970 Argentine Pop singer G[38] “La alfombra mágica de Gustavo Cerati - Travesías orquestales” en MICA 2015 (20962639240).jpg
Robert Garcia b. 1977 Peruvian-American Politician G[39] RG Headshot.jpeg
Federico García Lorca 1898–1936 Spanish Poet, dramatist G[40] Federico García Lorca. Huerta de San Vicente, Granada.jpg
Jonas Gardell b. 1963 Swedish Author, playwright, comedian G[41] Jonas Gardell föreläser om "Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar" (cropped).jpg
Randy Gardner b. 1958 American Figure skater G[42]
Chris Garneau b. 1982 American Singer-songwriter G[43] ChrisGarneau.jpg
Randall Garrison b. 1951 Canadian Politician G[44] Randall Garrison.jpg
Sam Garrison 1942–2007 American Lawyer, defended Nixon during impeachment trial G[45]
Krzysztof Garwatowski b. 1967 Polish LGBT activist, journalist, publisher G[46] Krzysztof-Garwatowski-2009.jpg
Alicia Gaspar de Alba b. 1958 American Writer L[47]
Stephen Gately 1976–2009 Irish Pop musician (Boyzone), actor G[48] Stephen Gately 2009.jpg
Mark Gatiss b. 1966 English Actor, writer G[29] Mark Gatiss by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Sylvain Gaudreault b. 1970 Canadian Politician G[49]
Jean-Paul Gaultier b. 1952 French Fashion designer G[50] Jean-Paul Gaultier.jpg
Kerry Gauthier b. 1955 American Politician G[51] Kerry Gauthier.JPG
Mary Gauthier b. 1962 American Singer, songwriter L[52] Mary Gauthier 2006.jpg
Jordan Gavaris b. 1989 Canadian Actor G[53] Jordan Gavaris by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Darrin P. Gayles b. 1966 American Judge of the United States District Court G[54]
Jane Geddes b. 1960 American Golfer L[55]
Megan Rose Gedris b. 1986 American Comic artist, writer L[56]
Vera Gedroitz 1876–1932 Russian Surgeon, poet L[57] Vera Gedroitz 7 (cropped).jpg
Will Geer 1902–1978 American Actor B[58]
Nathalie Geeris b. 1971 Dutch Footballer L[59]
David Geffen b. 1943 American Record executive G[60]
Kai Gehring b. 1977 German Politician G[61] Kai Gehring, Gruene NRW LDK 2008.jpg
Chris Geidner b. ?[5] American Journalist G[62]
Joe Genaro b. 1962 American Singer, punk rock musician (Dead Milkmen) G[63] Joe Jack Talcum.jpg
Jean Genet 1910–1986 French Playwright, political activist G[64] JeanGenet-HansKoechler1983-cropped.jpg
Kitty Genovese 1935–1964 American Crime victim L[65]
Gentleman Reg b. ? Canadian Singer-songwriter G[66] Gentleman Reg.jpg
Boy George b. 1961 English Pop musician (Culture Club) G[67] Boy George by Dean Stockings.jpg
Regina George b. 1991 Nigerian-American Sprinter L[68]
Stefan George 1868–1933 German Poet G[69] Stefan George 1910 Foto Jakob Hilsdorf.jpg
Nicole Georges b. circa 1981 American Illustrator, zinester, educator L[70] Nicole J. Georges at Stumptown Comics Fest 2013.jpg
Adam Georgiev b. 1980 Czech Poet and prose author G[71] Adam Georgiev (2013).jpg
Chrissy Gephardt b. ?[5] American Activist L[72]
Henry Gerber 1892–1972 German-American Gay rights activist G[73]
Rudi Gernreich 1922–1985 Austrian-American Fashion designer G[74]
David Gerrold b. 1944 American Science fiction writer G[75] David Gerrold at DragonCon 2010.jpg
Masha Gessen b. 1967 Russian-American Journalist, author, activist L[76] Gessen, Masha.JPG
Malcolm Gets b. 1963 American Actor G[77]
August Getty b. 1994 American Fashion designer and founder of the fashion brand August Getty Atelier G[78]
Nats Getty b. 1992 American Model, socialite, designer, artist, LGBTQ rights activist L[79]
Henri Ghéon 1875–1944 French Playwright, novelist, poet, critic G[80] Henri Ghéon by Jean Veber.jpg
Rituparno Ghosh 1963–2013 Indian Filmmaker, actor G[81] Rituparno.jpg
Hyeong-do Gi 1960–1989 Korean Poet G[82]
Joel Gibb b. 1977 Canadian Folk-rock musician (The Hidden Cameras) G[83] Joel Gibb.jpg
Nick Gibb b. 1960 English Politician G[84]
Andrea Gibson b. 1975 American Poet, activist L[85]
André Gide 1869–1951 French Author, Nobel prize winner G[86] André Gide.jpg
John Gielgud 1904–2000 English Actor G[87] John Gielgud (1936).jpg
Rufus Gifford b. 1974 American Former ambassador and congressional candidate G[88] Rufus Gifford.jpg
Elizabeth Gilbert b. 1969 American Writer B[89]
Sara Gilbert b. 1975 American Actor L[90] Sara Gilbert.jpg
Jaime Gil de Biedma 1929–1990 Spanish Poet G[91] Gildebiedma.jpg
Virginia "Ginny" Gilder b. 1958 American Rower L[92] Ginny Gilder.jpg
Peter Gill b. 1939 Welsh Playwright G[21]
Thea Gill b. 1970 Canadian Actor B[93] Thea Gill.jpg
Tim Gill b. 1953 American Software entrepreneur, LGBT rights activist G[94]
Kayne Gillaspie b. 1979 American Fashion designer G[95]
Christopher Gillis 1951–1993 Canadian Dancer, choreographer G[96]
Dan Gillespie Sells b. 1979 English Rock musician (The Feeling) G[97] TheFeeling.jpg
Laura Gilpin 1891–1979 American Photographer L[98]
Billy Gilman b. 1988 American Country singer and activist G[99] Billy Gilman 2000 in Boston.jpg
Joann Ginal b. ? American Politician L[100] Joann Ginal.JPG
Candace Gingrich b. 1966 American LGBT rights activist L[101] Candace Gingrich.jpg
Jon Ginoli b. 1959 American Rock musician (Pansy Division) G[102]
Allen Ginsberg 1926–1997 American Poet G[103] Praga 9 ginsberg.jpg
John Giorno b. 1936 American Poet, performance artist G[104] John-Giorno.jpg
Giovanni di Giovanni 1350–1365 Italian Hate crime victim G[105]
Missy Giove b. 1972 American Professional mountain biker L[106]
Barbara Gittings 1932–2007 American Gay rights activist L[107] Barbara Gittings 1965.jpg
Hubert de Givenchy 1927–2018 French Fashion designer G[108]
Nicole Trabaud avec l'invité d'honneur 2014 Hubert de Givenchy (cropped).jpg
Chris Glaser b. 1977 American Christian minister, activist, author G[109]
Sherry Glaser b. 1960 American Activist, actor L[110] Sherry Glaser-Love.jpg
Gerald Glaskin 1923–2000 Australian Writer G[111]
Todd Glass b. 1964 American Stand-up comedian G[112] Todd Glass 2014 Maui Comedy Festival (cropped).jpg
Thomas Glave b. 1964 American Writer, essayist, professor G[113]
Tyler Glenn b. 1983 American Musician, vocalist (Neon Trees) G[114] Tyler Glenn 2018 (cropped).jpg
James Gleeson 1915–2008 Australian Painter G[115]
Deborah J. Glick b. 1950 American Politician L[116] Deborah Glick.jpg
Wilhelm von Gloeden 1856–1931 German Photographer G[117] Wilhelm von Gloeden (c. 1891).jpg
Todd Gloria b. 1978 American Politician G[118] AssemblymemberToddGloria.jpg
John Glover b. 1944 American Actor G[119] John Glover 2009.jpg
Gluck 1895–1978 English Painter L[120]
Hilda Gobbi 1913–1998 Hungarian Actor L[121] Gobbi Hilda a Magyar Rádió stúdiójában.png
God-Des and She (duo) b. ?[5] American Hip-hop duo L[122]
Glen Goei b. 1962 Singaporean Film and theatre director G[123] GlenGoeiPhoto.jpg
Karel Goeyvaerts 1923–1993 Belgian 20th century classical composer G[124]
Michael Goff b. ? American Founder of Out Magazine G[125]
Theresa Goh b. 1987 Singaporean Paralympic swimmer L[126]
Manvendra Singh Gohil b. 1965 Indian Prince of Rajpipla G[127] Painting of Manvendra Singh Gohil.JPG
Ari Gold b. 1974 American R&B musician G[128] Ari Gold by David Shankbone.jpg
Craig Taro Gold b. 1969 American Writer and entertainer G[129] Taro Gold Profile.png
Judy Gold b. 1962 American Comedian L[130]
Jackie Goldberg b. 1937 American Politician L[131]
Jason Goldberg b. ?[5] American Internet entrepreneur G[132]
Alison Goldfrapp b. 1966 English Musician B[133] GoldfrappLive20082.jpg
Brett Goldin 1977–2006 South African Actor G[134]
Julie Goldman b. ? American Comedian L[135]
Andrea Goldsmith b. 1950 Australian Writer L[136]
Andrew Goldstein b. 1983 American Lacrosse player G[137]
Oliver Goldstick b. 1961 American Screenwriter, producer G[138]
Gabriella Goliger b. ? Canadian Writer L[139]
Filipp Goloshchyokin 1876–1941 Russian Politician G[140] Goloshchekin.jpg
Witold Gombrowicz 1904–1969 Polish Author, playwright B[141] Witold Gombrowicz Polish passport.jpg
Peter Gomes b. 1942 American Baptist preacher, theologian G[142]
Jewelle Gomez b. 1948 American Writer, cultural worker L[143]
Marga Gomez b. 1960 American Comedian L[144]
Agustín Gómez-Arcos 1933–1998 Spanish Author G[145] Agustín Gómez Arcos en París.jpg
Gongmin of Goryeo 1330–1374 Korean King during the Goryeo Dynasty B[146] King Kongmin of Koryo.jpg
Javier Gonzales b. 1966 American Politician; 1st only openly gay mayor of Santa Fe, New Mexico G[147] JavierGonzales.png
Emma González b. 1999 American Activist, gun control advocate B[148]
Maya Christina Gonzalez b. 1964 American Artist L[149]
Rigoberto González b. 1970 American Writer G[150] Rigoberto González.jpeg
Félix González-Torres 1957–1996 Cuban Artist G[151]
Noam Gonick b. 1970 Canadian Artist, filmmaker G[152]
Brad Gooch b. 1952 American Writer G[29] Brad gooch 2009.jpg
Paul Goodman 1911–1972 American Writer B[131]
Wes Goodman b. 1984 American Politician outed after several sex scandals G[153][154][155]
Agnes Goodsir 1864–1939 Australian Portrait painter L[156] Agnes goodsir1.jpg
Julie Goodyear b. 1942 English Actor B[157]
Debbie Googe b. 1962 English Rock musician (My Bloody Valentine) L[158] Debbie Googe.jpg
Derrick Gordon b. 1991 American College basketball player G[159] Derrick Gordon (5443881189).jpg
Peter Gordon b. 1963 New Zealand Chef G[160]
Rich Gordon b. 1948 American Politician G[161] Gordon headshot.jpg
Lesley Gore 1946–2015 American Pop musician L[162] Leslie Gore Batman 1967.JPG
Eva Gore-Booth 1870–1926 Irish Writer, activist L[163] Eva Selina Laura Gore-Booth (b.1926).jpg
Geoffrey Gorer 1905–1985 English Anthropologist, author G[164]
Brad Goreski b. 1977 American TV personality G[165] Brad Goreski - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week September 2011.jpg
Stephanie Gosk b. 1972 American Journalist, correspondent L[166]
John C. Goss b. 1958 American Artist, writer G[167]
Manuel Luís Goucha b. 1954 Portuguese TV personality, actor, restaurateur G[168] Manuel Luis Goucha na Exponor.JPG
Alex Goude b. 1975 French Actor, TV host, theatre director G[169] Alex Goude Rentrée 2012.jpg
Jason Gould b. 1966 American Actor G[170]
Juan Goytisolo 1931–2017 Spanish Author, poet B[171] Juan-goytisolo.jpg
Joseph Grabarz b. 1956 American politician G[172]
Nickolas Grace b. 1947 English Actor G[173]
Joey Graceffa b. 1991 American YouTube Personality G[174] Joey Graceffa by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Gwendolyn Graham b. 1963 American Serial killer L[175]
Jessica Graham b. ? American Actor L[176]
Judy Grahn b. 1940 American Poet L[177]
Élisabeth de Gramont 1875–1954 French Writer B[178] Elisabeth de Gramont - Nadar - 1889.jpg
Steve Grand b. 1990 American Singer G[179] Steve Grand - 1032013.png
Frankie Grande b. 1983 American Actor, Dancer G[180] Frankie James Grande.jpg
Michael Grandage b. 1962 English Theatre director G[21] Michael Grandage.jpg
Fernando Grande-Marlaska b. 1962 Spanish Judge, politician G[181] Fernando Grande-Marlaska 2018 (cropped).jpg
LZ Granderson b. 1972 American Sportswriter G[182]
Farley Granger b. 1925 American Actor B[183] Farley Granger in Rope trailer.jpg
John Grant b. 1968 American Rock musician (The Czars) G[184] John Grant 2014.jpg
Russell Grant b. 1951 English Astrologer G[185]
Stephen Granville b. ?[5] British Pop musician (Bronski Beat) G[186]
Toni Graphia b. 1961/62 American TV writer, producer L[187]
Mitch Grassi b. 1992 American Singer, songwriter G[188]
Jim Gray 1958–2005 Northern Irish Northern Ireland Ulster loyalist paramilitary leader B[189]
Mollee Gray b. 1991 American Jazz dancer L[190]
Devon Graye b. 1987 American Actor G[53] Devon Graye March 2015.jpg
Devin K. Grayson b. ? American Comic book writer and novelist B[191]
Steven Greenberg b. 1956 American Orthodox rabbi G[192] Rabbi Steve Greenberg, Fabio Seixo - Agência O Globo, Rio de Janeiro.jpeg
Harlan Greene b. 1953 American Writer G[193]
Kenny Greene 1969–2001 American R&B musician (The Intro) G[194]
Robert Joseph Greene b. 1973 Canadian Writer G[195] Robert Joseph Greene Press Phto.jpg
Justine Greening b. 1969 English Politician B[196]
Glenn Greenwald b. 1967 American Commentator G[197] Glenn Greenwald 2014-01-20 001.jpg
Alex Greenwich b. 1980 Australian Politician G[198]
Pascal Greggory b. 1954 French Actor G[199] Pascal Greggory Caboug 2012.jpg
Brian Greig b. 1966 Australian Politician G[200]
Richard Grenell b. 1966 American Diplomat G[201] Richard Grenell official photo.jpg
Dorien Grey ?–2015 American Mystery writer G[202]
Joel Grey b. 1932 American Actor G[203]
Sasha Grey b. 1988 American Pornographic actor B[204] Sasha Grey at AVN 2010 Expo.jpg
John Greyson b. 1960 Canadian Filmmaker G[205] John Greyson - 01.jpg
Charles Griffes 1884–1920 American 20th century classical composer G[124] Charles Griffes.jpg
Chad Griffin b. 1973 American Political strategist G[206] Chad Griffin December 2010 Cropped.jpg
Robert "Bobby" Wayne Griffith b. ?,[5] d. 1989 American Gay suicide victim whose death made his mother become an LGBT advocate G[207]
Jim Grimsley b. 1955 American Writer, playwright G[208]
Brittney Griner b. 1990 American Basketball player L[209] Brittney Yevette Griner.jpg
Inka Grings b. 1978 German Footballer B[210][211][212] Inka Grings 2010 1.jpg
Angelina Weld Grimke 1880–1958 American Journalist, poet L[213] Angelina Weld Grimké.jpg
Nick Grimshaw b. 1984 English DJ, radio and TV presenter G.[214][215] Nick Grimshaw 2014.jpg
Pierre Gripari 1925–1990 French Author G[216]
GRiZ b. 1990 American DJ, electronic music producer G[217] GRiZ Press Photo 2014 Josh Hanford.jpeg
George Grizzard 1928–2007 American Actor G[218]
David Groff b. ? American Poet, author G[219]
Jonathan Groff b. 1985 American Actor G[220] Jonathan Groff at Outfest 2013.jpg
Ole Henrik Grønn b. 1984 Norwegian Politician G[221]
Friedrich-Paul von Groszheim 1906–2003 German WWII concentration camp survivor G[222]
James Gruber 1928–2011 American Activist B[223]
Brett Josef Grubisic b. 1963 Canadian Writer G[224]
Detlef Grumbach b. 1955 German Writer, journalist G[225]
Luca Guadagnino b. 1971 Italian Film director G[226] Luca Guadagnino at Berlinale 2017 (cropped 2).jpg
Stephen Guarino b. 1975 American Actor, comedian G[227] Stephen Guarino 2010.jpg
Pierre Guénin 1927–2017 French Journalist, magazine publisher, gay rights activist G[228] Pierre Guénin.jpg
Mondo Guerra b. 1978 American Fashion designer G[229] Mondo Guerra (2010).jpg
Thomas Guerra b. 1985 American Landscape architect convicted in California of purposefully infecting others with HIV G[230]
Patrick Guerriero b. ? American Politician G[231] Patrick Guerriero.jpg
Michael E. Guest b. 1957 American Diplomat, Ambassador to Romania G[232]
Carol Guess b. 1968 American Writer L[233] Carol Guess 2006.JPG
Joan Guetschow b. 1966 American Biathlete L[234]
Hervé Guibert 1955–1990 French Writer G[235]
Harvey Guillén b. circa 1990 American Actor G[236]
Alec Guinness 1914–2000 English Actor B[237] Sir Alec Guinness Allan Warren.jpg
Alain Guiraudie b. 1964 French Film director, screenwriter G[238] Alain Guiraudie.jpg
Joe Gulla b. 1964 American Playwright, actor G[239]
Steve Gunderson b. 1951 American Politician G[240] SteveGunderson.jpg
Isobel Gunn 1780–1861 Scottish Laborer who passed as a man L[241]
Sakia Gunn 1987–2003 American Teenage murder victim L[242]
Tim Gunn b. 1953 American TV personality G[243] TimGunnSmileAAFeb09.jpg
Michael Gunning b. 1994 Jamaican Swimmer B[244]
Allan Gurganus b. 1947 American Writer G[245]
Prabal Gurung b. 1975 Nepalese-American Fashion designer G[246]
Reed Gusciora b. 1960 American Politician G[247] Reed Gusciora in 2003.jpg
Ignacio Gutiérrez b. 1976 Chilean Journalist G[248] Ignacio Gutierrez.jpg
Israel Gutierrez b. 1977 American Journalist G[249]
Víctor Gutiérrez b. 1991 Spanish Water polo player G[250]
Eva Gutowski b. 1994 American YouTube personality B[251]
Amos Guttman 1954–1993 Israeli Film director G[252]
Roma Guy b. 1942 American LGBT and women's rights activist L[253]
Lucía Guzmán b. ? American Politician L[100] Lucía Guzmán.JPG
Roland Gwynne 1882–1971 English Politician, lover of suspected serial killer John Bodkin Adams G[254]


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