List of people with an anxiety disorder

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Numerous notable people have had some form of anxiety disorder. This is a list of people accompanied by verifiable source associating them with one or more anxiety-based mental health disorders 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.

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American actor Leonardo DiCaprio
Shawn Mendes chronicled his experiences in the song "In My Blood"
American actress Winona Ryder
American comedian Sarah Silverman

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  • Michael Clifford, guitarist for the Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer
  • Stephen Colbert, American comedian and talk show host, who suffered from anxiety, depression and panic attacks.[12][13]

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