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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]

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Roman emperor Hadrian
Classical music conductor, composer and music critic Reynaldo Hahn
Actress and rock musician Leisha Hailey
Heavy metal musician Rob Halford
Footballer Pernille Harder
Mathematician G. H. Hardy
Painter and poet Marsden Hartley
Actress Amber Heard
Singer-songwriter Missy Higgins
Sexologist and sexual minorities advocate Magnus Hirschfeld
Actor, restaurateur and politician Hong Seok-cheon
Writer and social activist Langston Hughes
Footballer Anton Hysén
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Jacob Israël de Haan 1881–1924 Dutch Journalist, writer G[7]
Minna Haapkylä b. 1973 Finnish Actor B[8]
Fritz Haarmann 1879–1925 German Serial killer G[9]
Pekka Haavisto b. 1958 Finnish Politician G[10]
Marilyn Hacker b. 1942 American Poet L[11]
Saleem Haddad b. 1983 Kuwaiti-British Author, aid worker G[12]
Boze Hadleigh b. 1954 American Writer G[13]
Hadrian 76–138 CE Roman Military commander, emperor G[14]
Jenny Hagel b. ?[5] American Comedian, comedy writer L[15]
Stein Erik Hagen b. 1956 Norwegian Businessperson B[16]
Ted Haggard b. 1956 American Minister B[17]
Patrick Haggerty b. 1944 American Country music singer (Lavender Country) G[18]
Peter Häggström b. 1976 Swedish Athlete G[19]
Kevin Hague b. 1960 New Zealand Politician G[20]
Reynaldo Hahn 1875–1947 Venezuelan-French Composer, conductor, music critic, diarist G[21]
Jörg Haider 1950–2008 Austrian Politician G[22]
Andrew Haigh b. 1973 English Screenwriter, film director G[23]
Leisha Hailey b. 1971 American Actor, pop musician (The Murmurs, Uh Huh Her) L[24]
William Haines 1900–1973 American Actor, interior designer G[25]
Anja Hajduk b. 1963 German Politician L[26]
Al-Hakam II 915–976 Umayyad Dynasty Second Caliph of Cordoba B[27]
Salim Halali 1920–2005 Algerian Singer G[28]
Ellen Day Hale 1855–1940 American American Impressionist painter L[29]
Rob Halford b. 1951 English Heavy metal vocalist and musician (Judas Priest) G[30]
Marc Hall b. 1984 Canadian LGBT rights activist who fought in court to bring his boyfriend to the prom G[31][32]
Matthew Hall b. 1970 Canadian Figure skater G[33]
Radclyffe Hall 1880–1943 English Author, poet L[34]
Siri Hall Arnøy b. 1978 Norwegian Politician L[35]
Todrick Hall b. 1985 American Entertainer G[36]
Ian Hallard b. 1974 English Actor, screenwriter G[37]
David Hallberg b. ?[5] American Dancer G[38]
Hanne Haller 1950–2005 German Singer, composer, writer, producer, sound engineer L[39]
Richard Halliburton 1900–1939 American Author, traveler, adventurer B[40]
Ursula Halligan b. 1960 Irish Political editor L[41]
Kenneth Halliwell 1926–1967 English Artist and murderer of playwright Joe Orton G[42]
Augusto d'Halmar 1882–1950 Chilean Writer G[43]
David Halperin b. 1952 American Writer, queer theorist G[44]
Halsey b. 1994 American Singer, songwriter B[45]
Boris van der Ham b. 1973 Dutch Politician G[46]
Maggi Hambling b. 1945 English Artist L[47]
Ralph Hamelmann b. 1967 Canadian Comic artist, promoter G[48]
John C. Hamer b. 1970 American-Canadian Historian, mapmaker G[49]
Antony Hamilton 1952–1995 English-Australian Model, actor G[50]
Nancy Hamilton 1908–1985 American Actor, playwright, lyricist, director, producer L[51]
Kathryn Hamm b. ?[5] American Writer L[52]
Barbara Hammer b. 1939 American Experimental filmmaker L[53]
Anja Hammerseng-Edin b. 1983 Norwegian Handball player L[54]
Gro Hammerseng-Edin b. 1980 Norwegian Handball player L[55]
David Hampton 1964–2003 American Con artist and impostor G[56]
Mabel Hampton 1902–1989 American Activist, dancer, philanthropist L[57]
Nicola Hancock b. 1995 Australian Cricketer L[58]
Klaus Händl b. 1969 Austrian Actor, film director, writer G[59]
Tyler Hanes b. 1982 American Actor G[60]
Vincent Hanley 1954–1987 Irish DJ, TV personality G[61]
Kathleen Hanna b. 1968 American Rock musician (Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, The Julie Ruin), activist, writer B[62]
Lorraine Hansberry 1930–1965 American Playwright L[63]
Joseph Hansen 1923–2004 American Mystery writer G[64]
Alan Hansford b. 1968 English Cricketer G[65]
Van Hansis b. 1981 American Actor G[66]
Glen Hanson b. ? American Cartoonist, illustrator G[67]
Yuval Noah Harari b. 1976 Israeli Historian, author, educator G[68]
Pernille Harder b. 1992 Danish Footballer L[69]
Gilbert Harding 1907–1960 English Radio personality G[70]
David Hardt b. ? American Politician G[71]
Michael Hardwick b. ? American Litigant in Bowers v. Hardwick case G[72]
Michelle Hardwick b. 1976 English Actor L[73]
G. H. Hardy 1877–1947 English Mathematician G[74]
John Hargreaves 1945–1996 Australian Actor G[75]
Brian Hargrove b. 1956 American TV writer/producer G[76][77]
Johann Hari b. 1979 British Journalist G[47]
Keith Haring 1958–1990 American Artist G[78]
Harmodius and Aristogeiton d. 514 BC Athenian Lovers who died freeing Athens from tyrants G[79]
Blake Harper b. 1968 Canadian Pornographic actor G[80]
Bob Harper b. 1965 American Personal trainer G[81]
Curtis Harrington b. 1928 American Filmmaker G[82]
Rex Harrington b. 1962 Canadian Ballet dancer G[83]
Ashlyn Harris b. 1985 American Soccer player L[84]
Barry Harris b. ? Canadian Pop singer-songwriter (Kon Kan), musician, composer, DJ G[85]
Bertha Harris 1937–2005 American Novelist L[86]
Bruce Harris b. 1951 American Lawyer, politician G[87]
E. Lynn Harris b. 1955 American Author G[88]
Greg Harris b. 1955 American Politician G[89]
Jeremy O. Harris b. circa 1988/1989 American Playwright, actor G[90]
Kwame Harris b. 1982 Jamaican-American Football player G[91]
Sam Harris b. 1961 American Pop musician, actor G[92]
Neil Patrick Harris b. 1973 American Actor G[93]
Jessica Harrison b. 1977 English-French Triathlete L[94]
Lou Harrison 1917–2003 American 20th century classical composer G[95]
Randy Harrison b. 1977 American Actor G[96]
Todd Harrity b. 1990 American Squash player G[97]
Ellen Hart b. 1949 American Author L[98]
Grant Hart b. 1961 American Rock musician (Hüsker Dü) G[99]
Hannah Hart b. 1986 American Internet comedian L[100]
Lorenz Hart 1895–1943 American Lyricist half of Broadway songwriting team Rodgers and Hart G[101]
Derek Hartley b. 1969 American TV show host G[102]
Marsden Hartley 1877–1943 American Painter, poet G[103]
Naomi Hartley b. 2001 English Footballer L[104]
Nina Hartley b. 1959 American Pornographic actor B[105]
Andrew Harvey b. 1952 British Spiritual scholar G[106]
Ben Harvey b. ? American DJ G[107]
Claire Harvey b. 1974 British Paralympic sportsperson L[108]
Donald Harvey 1952–2017 American Serial killer G[109]
Ian Harvey 1914–1987 English MP G[110]
Jonathan Harvey b. 1968 English Playwright G[47]
Laurence Harvey 1928–1973 Lithuanian-South African Actor G[111]
Patrick Harvie b. 1973 Scottish Politician B[112]
Don Harwin b. 1964 Australian Politician G[113]
Sadao Hasegawa 1950–1999 Japanese Graphic artist G[114]
Ryōsuke Hashiguchi b. 1963 Japanese Film director G[115]
Bilal Hassani b. 1999 French Singer, participant from France at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 G[116]
O. E. Hasse 1903–1978 German Actor G[117]
Kaj Hasselriis b. 1974 Canadian Politician, journalist G[118]
Beatrice Hastings 1879–1943 English Writer B[119]
Bill Hastings b. 1957 New Zealand Chief Censor of New Zealand G[120]
Richard Hatch b. 1961 American Reality show contestant G[121]
Richard Hatfield 1931–1991 Canadian Politician G[122]
Manos Hatzidakis 1925–1994 Greek Composer G[123]
Miloš Havel 1899–1968 Czech Entrepreneur, filmmaker G[124]
Kyle Hawkins b. 1975 American Lacrosse coach G[125]
Neil Francis Hawkins 1903–1950 British Fascist politician G[126]
Sophie B. Hawkins b. 1967 American Pop musician B[127]
Nigel Hawthorne 1929–2001 English Actor G[128]
Charles Hawtrey 1914–1988 English Actor, comedian G[129]
Harry Hay 1912–2002 American LGBT rights activist G[130]
Andrew Hayden-Smith b. 1983 English TV Presenter G[131]
Bruce Hayes b. 1963 American Swimmer G[132]
Darren Hayes b. 1972 Australian Pop musician (Savage Garden) G[133]
Sean Hayes b. 1970 American Actor G[134]
Colton Haynes b. 1988 American Actor, model G[135]
Todd Haynes b. 1961 American Film director G[136]
Hurley Haywood b. 1948 American Race car driver G[137]
James Healey b. ? American Politician G[138]
Maura Healey b. 1971 American Attorney General L[139]
Trebor Healey b. ? American Writer G[140]
Jane Heap 1883–1964 American Publisher B[141]
Amber Heard b. 1986 American Actor B[142][143]
Anne Heche b. 1969 American Actor B[144]
Wilhelm Heckmann 1897–1995 German Musician G[145]
Alexandra Hedison b. 1969 American Actor L[146]
Jayna Hefford b. 1977 Canadian Ice hockey player L[147]
Antony Hegarty b. 1971 English Singer-songwriter (Antony and the Johnsons) G[citation needed]
Claudia van den Heiligenberg b. 1985 Dutch Footballer L[148]
John Heilman b. ?[5] American Mayor G[149]
Scott Heim b. 1966 American Novelist G[150]
Alex Heimberg b. ? American Drag performer G[150]
Allan Heinberg b. 1967 American Scriptwriter G[151]
Pekka Heino b. 1961 Swedish TV presenter G[152]
Matt Heinz b. 1977 American Physician, politician G[153]
J. Roy Helland b. 1943 American Film makeup artist G[154]
Jonathan Hellyer b. ?[5] English Pop musician (Bronski Beat) G[155]
Mathew Helm b. 1980 Australian Diver G[156]
Robert Helpmann 1909–1986 Australian Dancer, actor, theater director, choreographer G[157]
Robert Helps 1928–2001 American 20th century classical composer and musician G[158]
R. J. Helton b. 1981 American Christian musician G[159]
Tim Hely Hutchinson b. 1953 English Publisher G[160]
Essex Hemphill 1957–1995 American Poet, activist G[150]
Hamish Henderson 1919–2002 Scottish Poet, songwriter, folk-song collector B[161]
Michael Hendricks b. ? American Psychologist, suicidologist, LGBT advocate G[162]
Michael Hendricks b. ? Canadian LGBT rights activist, half of first same-sex marriage in Canada G[163]
Jorik Hendrickx b. 1992 Belgian Figure skater G[164]
Ivan Heng b. 1963 Singaporean Actor, theater director G[165]
Mélanie Henique b. 1992 French Swimmer L[166]
Susan Henking b. 1955 American Religious studies scholar, president of Shimer College L[167]
Gavan Hennigan b. 1981 Irish Extreme Environment athlete G[168]
Bianca Henninger b. 1990 American-Mexican Football player L[169]
Aaron Henry 1922–1977 American Civil rights leader, politician B[170]
Philip Hensher b. 1965 English Author, journalist G[47]
Jaymi Hensley b. 1990 English Singer G[171]
Hans Werner Henze 1926–2012 German Composer G[172]
Alan Herbert b. ? Canadian Politician G[173]
Gilbert Herdt b. 1949 American Anthropologist G[174]
Gregory M. Herek b. 1954 American Psychologist G[175]
Bernd-Ulrich Hergemöller b. 1950 German Historian G[176]
Bettina Herlitzius b. 1960 German Politician L[177]
Yvonne Herløv Andersen b. 1942 Danish Politician B[178]
Isabell Herlovsen b. 1988 Norwegian Footballer L[179]
Jerry Herman b. 1933 American Musical theater composer G[180]
Thomas Hermanns b. 1963 German TV personality G[181]
Kakan Hermansson b. 1981 Swedish TV presenter, radio host L[182]
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo b. 1942 Mexican Film director G[183]
Clodovil Hernandes 1937–2009 Brazilian Fashion stylist, politician G[184]
Israel Hernandez b. ?[5] American Presidential advisor G[185]
Joseline Hernandez b. 1986 American Reality TV personality, rapper, actor B[186]
William Hernandez b. 1979 American Reality TV personality G[187]
Daniel Hernández Jr. b. ?[5] American Politician G[188]
Ty Herndon b. 1962 American Singer G[189]
Sighsten Herrgård 1943–1989 Swedish Fashion designer G[190]
Fred Hersch b. 1955 American Jazz musician G[191]
Carl Hester b. 1967 British Dressage rider G[192]
Laurel Hester 1956–2006 American Police officer L[193]
Ebbe Hertzberg 1847–1912 Norwegian Social economist, legal historian, educator G[194]
Gordon Heuckeroth b. 1958 Dutch Singer, TV personality G[195]
Ralph Hexter b. 1952 American Academic administrator, scholar G[196]
Richard A. Heyman 1935–1994 American Politician G[197]
Carter Heyward b. 1945 American Clergy L[198]
Michelle Heyman b. 1988 Australian Soccer player L[199]
Edward Hibbert b. 1955 American Actor G[200]
John Benjamin Hickey b. 1963 American Actor G[201]
René Hicks b. ? American Comedian L[202]
Missy Higgins b. 1983 Australian Pop musician B[203]
René Highway 1954–1990 Canadian Dancer L[204]
Jennifer Higdon b. 1962 American Contemporary classical composer and musician L[95]
Abraham Higginbotham b. ? American Screenwriter G[205]
Patricia Highsmith 1921–1995 American Writer B[206]
Marta Higueras born 1964 Spanish Criminologist, politician L[207]
Brianna Hildebrand b. 1996 American Actor L[208]
Steve Hildebrand b. ? American Democratic strategist G[209]
Jane Hill b. 1969 English Newsreader L[210]
Kurt Hiller 1885–1972 German Essayist, journalist, acitivist G[211]
Perez Hilton b. 1978 American Celebrity gossip blogger G[212]
Phillip Hinkle b. 1946 American Politician B[213][214]
Jon Hinson 1942–1995 American Politician G[215]
Fredy Hirsch 1916–1944 German Teacher, sportsman, helper of Jewish children during World War II G[216]
Lora Hirschberg b. 1963 American Sound engineer L[217]
Magnus Hirschfeld 1868–1935 German Doctor, LGBT rights activist G[218]
Axel Hirsoux b. 1982 Belgian Pop singer G[219]
Keegan Hirst b. 1988 English 1st openly gay British professional rugby player G[220]
Hisham II 966–1013 Umayyad Dynasty Umayyad Caliph of Spain G[221]
George Hislop 1927–2005 Canadian Gay rights activist G[222]
Charles Hitchen 1675–1727 English Thief-taker G[223]
Christopher Hitchens 1949-2011 English-American Author, orator, religious, social, and literary critic and journalist B[224]
Thomas Hitzlsperger b. 1982 German Retired football player G[225]
Bjarte Hjelmeland b. 1970 Norwegian Actor, musician G[226]
Denise Ho b. 1977 Hong Kong Pop singer L[227]
Simon Hobart 1964–2005 English Nightclub owner G[228]
Hannah Höch 1889–1978 German Artist B[229]
David Hockney b. 1937 English Artist G[47]
Guy Hocquenghem 1946–1988 French Philosopher G[230]
Gunvor Hofmo 1921–1995 Norwegian Poet G[231]
Kate Hogan b. 1957 American Politician L[232]
Richèl Hogenkamp b. 1992 Dutch Tennis player L[233]
Lee Hoiby 1926–2011 American Composer G[158]
Kinmont Hoitsma 1934–2013 American Fencer G[234]
Chamique Holdsclaw b. 1977 American Basketball player L[235]
Tony Holiday 1951–1990 German Pop singer G[236]
Ursula Holl b. 1981 German Footballer L[237]
Holland b. 1996 South Korean 1st openly gay K-pop idol G[238]
Todd Holland b. 1961 American Film and TV director/producer G[239]
Xaviera Hollander b. 1943 American Writer, Madam B[240]
Andrew Holleran b. 1944 American Writer G[150]
Tess Holliday b. 1985 American Model, activist, make-up artist B[241]
Alan Hollinghurst b. 1954 English Author G[47]
Ulf Holm b. 1969 Swedish Politician G[242]
Antti Holma b. 1982 Finnish Author, actor G[243]
Dave Holmes b. 1971 American Writer, producer, TV personality G[244]
John Wendell Holmes 1910–1988 Canadian Diplomat, academic G[245]
Erika Holst b. 1979 Swedish Ice hockey player L[246]
Johannes Holzmann (AKA Senna Hoy) (1882–1914) German Anarchist author, activist G[247]
Hong Seok-cheon b. 1971 South Korean Actor G[248]
Pirjo Honkasalo b. 1947 Finnish Filmmaker L[249]
Philippe Honoré b. 1967 French Classical musician G[250]
J. Edgar Hoover 1895–1972 American Law enforcement administrator and the 1st Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States G[251]
Nalo Hopkinson b. 1960 Jamaican-Canadian Writer L[252]
Horace 65–8 BC Roman Lyric poet B[253]
James Hormel b. 1933 American Former United States ambassador to Luxembourg G[254]
Anders Hornslien b. 1970 Norwegian Politician G[255]
Nitzan Horowitz b. 1965 Israeli Journalist, politician G[256]
Vladimir Horowitz 1902–1989 Russian Pianist G[257]
Horse b. 1958 Scottish Singer-songwriter L[108]
Horst P. Horst 1906–1999 German Photographer G[258]
Silvio Horta b. 1974 American Screenwriter, producer G[259]
Craig Revel Horwood b. 1965 Australian Dancer, choreographer, TV personality B[260]
Elmyr de Hory 1906–1976 Hungarian Artist, art forger G[261]
Basil Hoskins 1929–2005 English Actor G[262]
Stephen Hough b. 1961 English-Australian Composer, pianist G[263]
A. E. Housman 1859–1936 English Poet G[264]
Laurence Housman 1865–1959 English Playwright G[265]
Robert Houston b. 1955 American Actor, director G[266]
Ivo van Hove b. 1958 Belgian Theater director, producer G[267]
Byron Howard b. 1968 American Film director, animator G[268]
Charlie Howard 1961–1984 American Murder victim G[269]
Michael Howard b. 1922 English Military historian G[270]
James Howe b. 1946 American Children's author G[271]
Daniel Howell b. 1991 English YouTuber G[272]
Frankie Howerd 1917–1992 English Comedian G[273]
Bent Høie b. 1971 Norwegian Politician G[274]
David Hoyle b. 1962 English Performance artist G[275]
Brad Hoylman b. 1965 American Politician G[276]
Jamie Hubley 1995–2011 Canadian Youth who committed suicide due to anti-gay bullying G[277]
Angela Hucles b. 1978 American Soccer player L[278]
Rock Hudson 1925–1985 American Actor G[279]
Waymon Hudson b. 1979 American LGBT activist, writer G[280]
David Huebner b. 1960 American Diplomat G[281]
Tanya Huff b. 1957 Canadian Writer L[282]
Michael Huffington b. 1947 American Politician, activist B[283]
Huffty b. ? English TV presenter L[284]
Sarah Huffman b. 1984 American Former soccer player L[285]
Chris Hughes b. 1983 American Entrepreneur, co-founder of Facebook G[286]
Gareth Hughes 1894–1965 Welsh Actor G[287]
Langston Hughes 1902–1967 American Writer G[288]
Simon Hughes b. 1951 English Politician B[289]
Todd M. Hughes b. 1966 American Judge of the U.S. Circuit Court G[290]
Tom Hugo b. 1979 Norwegian Singer, songwriter, musician, participant of Eurovision 2019 from Norway (KEiiNO) G[291]
Marianne Huguenin b. 1950 Swiss Politician L[292]
Emperor Hui of Han 210–188 BCE Chinese (Han Dynasty) Head of state B[293]
Coos Huijsen b. 1939 Dutch Politician, historian, author G[294]
Tom Hulce b. 1953 American Actor G[295]
Karen Hultzer b. 1956 South African Archer L[296]
Alexander von Humboldt 1769-1859 Prussian Polymath, geographer, naturalist, explorer G[297]
Jim Humes b. ?[5] American Judge of the California Court of Appeals G[298]
Laud Humphreys 1930–1988 American Sociologist, writer, priest G[299]
Mia Hundvin b. 1977 Norwegian Handball player B[300]
Kit Hung b. 1977 Hong Kong Filmmaker G[301]
Jerry Hunt 1943–1993 American 20th century classical composer G[158]
J. Timothy Hunt b. 1955 American Journalist and writer G[302]
Linda Hunt b. 1945 American Actor L[303]
Richard Hunt 1951–1992 American Puppeteer G[304]
Ruth Hunt b. 1945 British Chief executive of Stonewall, politician L[305]
Ben Hunte b. 1991 English Correspondent, journalist, TV presenter G[306]
Alberta Hunter 1895–1984 American Blues musician B[307]
Dennis Hunter b. ? American Writer G[150]
Ian Hunter b. 1960 Australian Politician G[308]
Ross Hunter 1926–1996 American Film and TV producer, actor G[309]
Tab Hunter 1931–2018 American Actor G[310]
Huo Guang d. 68 BCE Chinese (Han Dynasty) Statesman B[311]
Leslie Hutchinson 1900–1969 Grenadian Musician B[312]
William Hutt 1920–2007 Canadian Actor G[313]
Kate Hutton b. ? American Seismologist L[314]
Hyegong of Silla 758–780 Korean King of Silla G[315]
Chris Hyndman 1966–2015 Canadian Interior designer and talk show host G[316]
Garry Hynes b. 1953 Irish Theater director L[317]
Anton Hysén b. 1990 Swedish Footballer G[318]
Nicholas Hytner b. 1956 English Stage and screen director G[319]


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