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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 2013 Global Attitudes Survey found that there is “greater acceptance in more secular and affluent countries,” with "publics in 39 countries [having] broad acceptance of homosexuality in North America, the European Union, and much of Latin America, but equally widespread rejection in predominantly Muslim nations and in Africa, as well as in parts of Asia and in Russia. Opinion about the acceptability of homosexuality is divided in Israel, Poland and Bolivia.”[4] As of 2013, Americans are divided – a majority (60 percent) believes homosexuality should be accepted, while 33 percent disagree.[4]

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Filmmaker and photographer Billy Name
Tennis player Martina Navratilova
Photographer Adi Nes
Ballet dancer and choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky
Classical poet Abu Nuwas
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Kasha Nabagesera b. 1980 Ugandan Activist L[7]
Jim Nabors 1930–2017 American Actor, singer G[8]
Ádám Nádasdy b. 1947 Hungarian Linguist, poet, professor G[9]
George Nader 1921–2002 American Actor G[10]
Timothy Naftali b. 1962 Canadian-American Historian, professor G[11]
Kabi Nagata b. ?[5] Japanese Manga writer, artist L[12]
Reut Naggar b. 1983 Israeli Social activist, entrepreneur, politician L[13]
Adam Nagourney b. 1954 American Journalist G[14]
Leigh-Ann Naidoo b. 1976 South African Beach volleyball player L[15]
Steven Naifeh b. 1952 American Writer G[16]
Kristian Nairn b. 1975 Northern Irish Actor, DJ G[17]
Kathy Najimy b. 1957 American Actor B[18]
Bif Naked b. 1971 Canadian Musician, actor B[19]
Billy Name b. 1940 American Photographer G[20]
Hasan Namir b. 1987 Iraqi-Canadian Writer G[21]
Suniti Namjoshi b. 1941 Indian Poet, author, activist L[22]
Joël Gustave Nana Ngongang 1982–2015 Cameroonian LGBT and HIV rights activist G[23]
Elías Nandino 1900–1993 Mexican Poet G[24]
Gianna Nannini b. 1954 Italian Singer B[25]
Ifti Nasim 1946–2011 Pakistani Poet, journalist, LGBT activist G[26]
John Nathan-Turner 1947–2002 English TV producer G[27]
Michael Nava b. 1954 American Writer G[28]
Samantha Navarro b. 1971 Uruguayan Singer-songwriter, guitarist L[29]
Yves Navarre 1940–1994 French Writer G[30]
Tony Navarrete b. ?[5] American Politician G[31]
Martina Navratilova b. 1956 Czech Tennis player L[32]
Lisa Naylor b. ? Canadian politician L[33]
Abdi Nazemian b. ?[5] Iranian-American Author, screenwriter, film producer G[34]
Alla Nazimova 1879–1945 Ukrainian Actor B[35]
Me'shell Ndegeocello b. 1968 American Musician B[36]
Ted Nebbeling 1943/44–2009 Canadian Politician G[37]
Gisela Necker 1932–2011 German Lesbian activist L[38].
Louis Negin b. ?[5] Canadian Actor, playwright G[39]
Ion Negoițescu 1921–1993 Romanian Literary historian, critic, poet, novelist, memoirist G[40]
Luis Negrón b. 1970 Puerto Rican Writer G[41]
Taylor Negron 1957–2015 American Actor, comedian, painter, playwright G[42]
Frances Negrón-Muntaner b. 1966 Puerto Rican Filmmaker L[43]
Jim Nelson b. 1963 American Magazine editor G[44]
Kenneth Nelson 1930–1993 American Actor G[45]
Ondrej Nepela 1951–1989 Slovak Figure skater G[46]
Steffi Nerius b. 1972 German Javelin thrower L[47]
Adi Nes b. 1966 Israeli Photographer G[48]
Dana Nessel b. 1969 American Attorney General of Michigan, first openly LGBT person elected to statewide office in Michigan. L[49]
Donna Nesselbush b. 1962 American Politician, lawyer, judge L[50]
Joan Nestle b. 1940 American Activist, writer L[51]
John Neumeier b. 1939 American Ballet dancer, choreographer G[52]
Daniel Newman b. 1981 American Actor, model, musician B[53]
Lesléa Newman b. 1955 American Writer L[54]
Robert Newton b. 1981 English Athlete G[55]
Billy Newton-Davis b. 1951 Canadian Musician G[56]
Benny Neyman 1951–2008 Dutch Pop singer G[57]
Roy Ngerng b. 1981 Singaporean Activist, politician, blogger G[58]
Sheila Nicholls b. 1970 English Musician L[59]
Beverley Nichols 1898–1983 English Playwright, actor, novelist, composer G[60]
Jack Nichols 1938–2005 American Writer, LGBT rights activist G[61]
Anne-Marie Nicholson b. 1991 English Singer-songwritier B[62]
John Gambril Nicholson 1866–1931 English Schoolteacher, Uranian poet G[63]
Bruce William Nickerson b. 1941 American Lawyer G[64]
Jasika Nicole b. 1980 American Actor L[65]
Daniel Nicoletta b. 1954 American Photographer, LGBT rights activist G[66]
Harold Nicolson 1886–1968 English Diplomat, author B[67]
Anthony Niedwiecki b. 1967 American Law professor, LGBT activist, politician G[68]
Marlene van Niekerk b. 1964 South African Author, educator L[69]
Szymon Niemiec b. 1977 Polish Photographer, activist, journalist, politician G[70]
Deke Nihilson b. 1968 American Musician, anarchist G[71]
Alwin Nikolais 1910–1993 American Dancer, choreographer, composer G[72]
Dennis Nilsen b. 1945 Scottish Serial killer G[73]
Ingrid Nilsen b. 1989 American YouTube personality L[74]
Anaïs Nin 1903–1977 American Diarist B[75]
Alberto Nin Frías 1878–1937 Uruguayan Writer, lecturer, diplomat G[76]
Willi Ninja 1961–2006 American Dancer, choreographer G[77]
Grizel Niven 1906–2007 English Sculptor L[78]
Cynthia Nixon b. 1966 American Actor B[79]
Vaslav Nijinsky 1889–1950 Russian Dancer B[80]
Maria Nirod 1879–1965 Russian Countess, nurse L[81]
Simon Nkoli 1957–1998 South African AIDS and LGBT rights activist. G[82]
MK Nobilette b. 1993 American Singer, reality TV personality L[83]
Elaine Noble b. 1944 American Politician, activist L[84]
John Noguez b. 1964 American Politician G[85]
Anna Nolan b. 1970 Irish TV presenter L[86]
Faith Nolan b. 1957 Canadian Singer, songwriter L[87]
Richard T. Nolan b. 1937 American Philosopher, Episcopal Canon, Author L[88]
Lou B. ("Bink") Noll 1927–1986 American Poet L[89]
Klaus Nomi 1944–1983 German Singer G[90]
Franz Nopcsa von Felső-Szilvás 1877–1933 Hungarian Aristocrat, adventurer, scholar, paleontologist G[91]
Bente Nordby b. 1974 Norwegian Footballer L[92]
Siiri Nordin b. 1980 Finnish Musician L[93]
Roger Nordin b. 1977 Swedish Radio and TV presenter, journalist G[94]
Pat Norman b. 1939 American Activist, community organizer, founder of Lesbian Mothers Union L[95]
Peg Norman b. 1964 Canadian Filmmaker, politician L[96]
Sarah White Norman 1623–1654 American Prosecuted for "lewd behavior with [Mary Vincent Hammon] upon a bed" L[97]
John Normington 1937–2007 English Actor G[98]
Colin Norris b. 1976 English Serial killer G[99]
David Norris b. 1944 Irish Civil rights campaigner G[100]
Harold Norse 1916–2009 American Writer G[101]
Kevin and Don Norte b. 1962 American Politicians G[102]
William North 1755–1836 American Soldier and politician B[103][104][105]
Graham Norton b. 1963 Irish Talk show host, comedian, actor G[106]
Keith Norton b. 1941 Canadian Politician G[107]
Scott Norton b. 1982 American Professional bowler, attorney G[108]
Bruce Notley-Smith b. ca 1964 Australian Politician G[109]
Ramón Novarro 1899–1968 Mexican Actor G[110]
Ivor Novello 1893–1951 Welsh Actor, composer, musician G[111]
Salvador Novo 1904–1974 Mexican Poet, playwright G[112]
Jana Novotná 1968–2017 Czech Tennis player L[113]
Cyril Nri b. 1961 Nigerian-British Actor G[114]
Richard Bruce Nugent 1906–1987 American Author G[115]
Rudolf Nureyev 1938–1993 Russian Ballet dancer, choreographer G[116]
Abu Nuwas 756–814 Arab-Persian Classical Arabic poet G[117][118][119]
Katja Nyberg b. 1979 Norwegian Handball player L[120]
Diana Nyad b. 1949 American Swimmer L[121]
Laura Nyro 1947–1997 American Singer, songwriter B[122]
Ron Nyswaner b. 1956 American Screenwriter, film director G[123]
Denis Nzioka b. 1985 Kenyan Journalist, LGBT activist G[124]
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Bisexual rights activist Robyn Ochs
Actor and comedian Rosie O'Donnell
Politician and LGBT rights activist Kanako Otsuji
Rugby referee Nigel Owens
Film director François Ozon
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Rachid O. b. 1970 Moroccan Writer G[125]
Cathal Ó Searcaigh b. 1956 Irish Poet G[126]
Ed Oakley b. ?[5] American Politician G[127]
Tyler Oakley b. 1989 American YouTube personality G[128]
Violet Oakley 1874–1961 American Artist L[129]
Achy Obejas b. 1956 Cuban-American Writer G[130]
Diane Obomsawin b. 1959 Canadian Author, illustrator, animated filmmaker L[131]
Graeme Obree b. 1965 Scottish Cyclist G[132]
Charles J. O'Byrne b. 1964 American Politician, ex-Priest G[133]
Tzipora Obziler b. 1973 Israeli Tennis player L[134]
Ryan O'Callaghan b. 1983 American Football player G[135]
Frank Ocean b. 1987 American Rapper, singer B[136]
Robyn Ochs b. 1958 American Activist, writer B[137]
Ryan O'Connell b. ?[5] American Writer, actor, director, comedian G[138]
Sinéad O'Connor b. 1966 Irish Musician B[139]
Robert Odeman 1904–1985 German Pianist, composer G[140]
Rob Oden b. 1950 American Politician; 1st black mayor of Palm Springs, California G[141]
Daniel O'Donnell b. 1960 American Politician G[142]
Rosie O'Donnell b. 1962 American Comedian, talk show host, actor L[143]
Dede Oetomo b. 1953 Indonesian LGBT rights activist G[144]
Erin O'Flaherty b. ?[5] American 1st openly lesbian contestant to compete in Miss America L[145]
Colm O'Gorman b. 1966 Irish Executive Director of Amnesty International in Ireland G[146]
Paul O'Grady b. 1955 English Comedian, TV host G[147]
Paul O'Grady b. 1960 Australian Politician G[148]
Amir Ohana b. 1976 Israeli Politician, lawyer G[149]
Armen Ohanian 1887–1976 Armenian Dancer, actor, writer, translator B[150]
Enkyo Pat O'Hara b. ?[5] American Soto priest L[151]
Frank O'Hara 1926–1966 American Poet G[152]
Denis O'Hare b. 1962 American Actor G[153]
Elisabeth Ohlson b. 1961 Swedish Photographer L[154]
Kele Okereke b. 1981 Nigerian-English Rock singer (Bloc Party) G[155]
Okkar Min Maung b. 1985 Burmese Actor, model, singer G[156]
Joe Okonkwo b ?[5] American Writer G[157]
Christina Olague b. 1961 American Politician B[158]
Ibolya Oláh b. 1978 Hungarian Pop singer L[159]
Valborg Olander 1861–1943 Swedish Educator, politician, suffragette L[160]
Jean O'Leary 1948–2005 American Lesbian rights activist L[161]
Maurice Oldfield 1915–1981 English Intelligence officer G[162]
Henrik Olesen b. 1967 Danish Artist G[163]
Andrew Olexander b. 1965 Australian Politician G[164]
David Oliver 1962–1991 American Actor G[165]
Mary Oliver b. 1935 American Poet L[166]
Montserrat Oliver b. 1966 Mexican Model, actor, TV host L[167]
Pauline Oliveros b. 1932 American Accordionist, composer L[168]
Laurence Olivier 1907–1989 English Actor B[169]
Dana Olmert b. 1972 Israeli Professor L[170]
Stefan Olsdal b. 1974 Swedish Rock musician (Placebo) G[171]
Bree Olsen b. 1986 American Former porn star B[172][173][174]
Mark V. Olsen b. 1962 American Screenwriter, TV producer G[175]
Jenni Olson b. 1962 American Film curator, filmmaker, author, LGBT film historian L[176]
Willem Oltmans 1925–2004 Dutch Investigative journalist, author G[177]
Rory O'Malley b. 1980 American Actor G[178]
Ryan O'Meara b. 1984 American Ice dancer, figure skating coach G[179]
Ondine 1937–1989 American Actor G[180]
April O'Neill b. 1987 American Pornographic actor B[181]
Jamie O'Neill b. 1962 Irish Writer G[182]
Han Ong b. 1968 Filipino-American Novelist, playwright G[183]
Onir b. 1969 Indian Filmmaker G[184]
Midi Onodera b. ?[5] Japanese-Canadian Filmmaker L[185]
Aras Onur b. 1982 Turkish Author, poet G[186]
Catherine Opie b. 1961 American Artist L[187]
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah b. 1974 British Co-founder, trustee and executive (formerly managing) director of UK Black Pride L[188]
George Oprescu 1881–1969 Romanian Historian, art critic, art collector G[189]
Rita Ora b. 1990 Albanian-British Singer, actor B[190]
Seamus O'Regan b. 1971 Canadian Broadcast journalist G[191]
Jessica Origliasso b. 1984 Australian Pop singer (The Veronicas), animal rights spokeswoman B[192]
Shinobu Orikuchi 1887–1953 Japanese Ethnologist, linguist, folklorist, novelist, poet G[193]
Steve Orlando b. 1985 American Comic book writer B[194]
Peter Orlovsky 1933–2010 American Poet, actor G[195]
Suze Orman b. 1951 American Personal finance guru, talk show host, author L[196]
Eric Orner b. ?[5] American Cartoonist G[197]
Maite Oronoz Rodríguez b. 1976 Puerto Rican 1st openly gay chief justice in the history of Puerto Rico and the U.S. L[198]
Orry-Kelly 1897–1964 American Costume designer G[199]
Brian Orser b. 1961 Canadian Figure skater G[200]
Kenny Ortega b. 1950 American Producer, director, choreographer G[201]
Joe Orton 1933–1967 English Playwright G[202]
Sharon Osbourne b. 1952 English TV personality, music manager, businesswoman, promoter B[203]
Blake Oshiro b. 1970 American Politician G[204]
Ido Ostrowsky b. 1979 American Film producer G[205]
Kanako Otsuji b. 1974 Japanese Japan's first openly lesbian politician L[206]
Ulrike Ottinger b. 1942 German Filmmaker, photographer L[207]
Yotam Ottolenghi b. 1968 Israeli-British Chef, restaurant owner, food writer G[208]
Cindy Ouellet b. 1988 Canadian Wheelchair basketball player L[209]
Sarah Outen b. 1985 English Athlete, adventurer, motivational speaker L[210]
Alan Oversby 1933–1996 English Body modification pioneer G[211]
Rayvon Owen b. 1991 American Singer G[212]
Sean Ethan Owen 1981–2004 American Murder victim G[213]
Wilfred Owen 1893–1918 English Poet and soldier G[214]
Nigel Owens b. 1971 Welsh International rugby union referee, TV personality G[215]
Rick Owens b. 1962 American Fashion designer G[216]
Jeanette Mott Oxford b. 1954 American Missouri's first openly lesbian state legislator L[217]
Jayne Ozanne b. ?[5] Guernsey-British Anglican LGBT activist L[218]
François Ozon b. 1967 French Film director, screenwriter G[219]
Ferzan Özpetek b. 1959 Turkish-Italian Filmmaker G[220]


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