List of people with bipolar disorder

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Numerous notable people have had some form of mood disorder. This is a list of people accompanied by verifiable sources associating them with some form of bipolar disorder (formerly known as "manic depression"), including cyclothymia, based on their own public statements; this discussion is sometimes tied to the larger topic of creativity and mental illness. In the case of dead people only, individuals with a speculative or retrospective diagnosis should only be listed if they are accompanied by a source reflective of the mainstream, academic view. Individuals should not be added to this list unless the disorder is regularly and commonly mentioned in mainstream, reliable sources.

Russell Brand, comedian
Chris Brown, musician
Mariah Carey, singer
Dick Cavett, comedian
Francis Ford Coppola, film director
Carrie Fisher, actress and writer
Larry Flynt, publisher
Paul Gascoigne, footballer
Mel Gibson, actor
Vivien Leigh, actress
Demi Lovato, singer
Alison Moyet, musician
Edvard Munch, painter
Kim Novak, actress
Lou Reed, musician
Bebe Rexha, musician
Rene Russo, actress
Franz Schubert, composer
Robert Schumann, composer
Ted Turner, businessman
Ruby Wax, actress
Kanye West, musician
Brian Wilson, musician
Amy Winehouse, musician

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  • Jamison, Kay Redfield (1993): Touched with Fire: Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament, New York, The Free Press. ISBN 0-02-916030-8

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