List of people with diabetes mellitus type 1

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Diabetes mellitus type 1, also known as type 1 diabetes, or T1DM (formerly known as insulin-dependent diabetes or juvenile diabetes) is a condition in which the body does not produce insulin, resulting in high levels of sugar in the bloodstream.[1][2] Whereas type 2 diabetes is typically diagnosed in middle age and treated via diet, oral medication and/or insulin therapy, type 1 diabetes tends to be diagnosed earlier in life, and people with type 1 diabetes require insulin therapy for survival.[1] It is significantly less common than type 2 diabetes, accounting for 5 percent of all diabetes diagnoses.[3]

This list of notable people with diabetes mellitus type 1 includes writers, artists, athletes, entertainers, and others who have been documented as having type 1 diabetes.

List of people[edit]

Name Lifespan Nationality Notability Ref.
Wasim Akram 1966– Pakistani Cricketer, television personality [4]
Brec Bassinger 1999– American Actress [5]
Dexter Bean 1987– American Auto racing driver [6]
Jean-Marie Bigard 1954– French Actor [7]
Crystal Bowersox 1985– American Singer-songwriter, actress [8]
Nick Boynton 1979– Canadian Ice hockey defenceman [9]
Darren Brass 1972– American Tattoo artist [10]
Bertrand Burgalat 1963– French Musician and music producer [11]
George Canyon 1970– Canadian Country music singer [12]
Carol Channing 1921– American Actress, comedian [13]
Bobby Clarke 1949– Canadian Ice hockey centre, Hockey Hall of Fame member [14]
Ben Coker 1989– British Association football player [15]
Mark Collie 1956– American Singer-songwriter, musician [16]
B. J. Crombeen 1985– Canadian Ice hockey right winger [17]
Will Cross 1967— American Mountain climber [18]
Jay Cutler 1983– American American football quarterback [14]
Conor Daly 1991– American Professional race car driver [19]
Damon Dash 1971– American Entrepreneur; co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records and Rocawear [20]
Adrian Dix 1964– Canadian Politician [21]
Max Domi 1995– Canadian Ice hockey player [22]
Buster Douglas 1960– American Professional boxer [23]
Chris Dudley 1965– American Basketball player and politician [24]
Mike Echols 1978– American American football cornerback [14]
Albert Ellis 1913–2007 American Psychologist [25]
Carsten Fischer 1961– German Olympic field hockey player [4]
Kris Freeman 1980– American Cross-country skier [26]
Jimmy Fryzel 1981– American Arena Football League wide receiver [27]
Sam Fuld 1981– American Baseball outfielder [28]
Victor Garber 1949– Canadian Film, stage and television actor and singer [29]
Adam Goren 1975– American Musician [30]
Devin K. Grayson American Writer of comic books and novels [31]
Dorian Gregory 1971– American Actor [32]
Sara Groenewegen 1995– Canadian Softball player [33]
Kamal Haasan 1954– Indian Actor [34]
Zuzana Haasová 1981– Polish Actress [35]
Este Haim 1986– American Musician, bassist for the band Haim [36]
Gary Hall, Jr. 1974– American Competitive swimmer [37]
Kevin Hansen 1982– American Volleyball player [38]
Dana Hill 1964–1996 American Actress [39]
Dave Hollins 1966– American Major League Baseball third baseman [40]
Catfish Hunter 1946–1999 American Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher [40]
Dan Hurley 1957– American Author and journalist [41]
Natalie Irish 1982– American Visual artist [42]
Jeremy Irvine 1990– British Actor [43]
Chris Jarvis 1980– Canadian Rower [44]
Jason Johnson 1973– American Major League Baseball pitcher [40]
Nicole Johnson 1974– American Miss America [45]
Nick Jonas 1992– American Singer-songwriter, musician, and actor [46]
Rod Kafer 1971– Australian Rugby union player [47]
Charlie Kimball 1985– American Auto racing driver [48]
Kelli Kuehne 1977– American LPGA golfer [49]
Luke Kunin 1997– American Ice hockey center [50]
Robert Daniel Lawrence 1892–1968 British Physician; founder of British Diabetic Association [51]
Jay Leeuwenburg 1969– American American football offensive lineman in the National Football League [14]
Jerry Lewis 1926–2017 American Actor, comedian [52]
Amelia Lily 1994– British Pop singer [53]
Dominic Littlewood 1965– British Television and journalist [54]
Mark Lowe 1983– American Major League Baseball relief pitcher [55]
Gary Mabbutt 1961– British Footballer [56]
Lewis Marnell 1982–2013 Australian Skateboarder [57]
Theresa May 1956– British Prime Minister of the United Kingdom [58]
Dustin McGowan 1982– American Major League Baseball pitcher [55]
Danny McGrain 1950– Scottish Association football player [59]
Craig McMillan 1976– New Zealand Cricketer [4]
Bret Michaels 1963– American Musician, actor, reality television personality [60]
Mary Tyler Moore 1936–2017 American Actress [61]
Jordan Morris 1994– American Major League Soccer player [62]
Adam Morrison 1984– American Basketball player [63]
Brandon Morrow 1984– American Major League Baseball pitcher [55]
James Norton 1985– British Actor [64]
Peter O'Toole 1932–2013 British-Irish Actor [65]
Miguel Paludo 1983– Brazilian Auto racing driver [66]
Eric Paslay 1983– American Musician [67]
Dave Pember 1978– American Major League Baseball pitcher [68]
Elizabeth Perkins 1960– American Actress [69]
Toby Petersen 1978– American Ice hockey right winger [9]
RaeLynn 1994– American Singer [67]
Ryan Reed 1993– American Auto racing driver [70]
Sam Reid 1989– Australian Australian rules football player [71]
Anne Rice 1941– American Author [72]
John Rutsey 1952–2008 Canadian Drummer of Rush [73]
Sierra Sandison 1993– American Beauty pageant titleholder [74]
Ron Santo 1940–2010 American Major League Baseball third baseman [14]
Kendall Simmons 1979– American National Football League guard [75]
Henry Slade 1993– British Rugby union player [15]
Jean Smart 1951– American Actress [76]
Sonia Sotomayor 1954– American Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States [77]
Sam Talbot 1977– American Celebrity chef [78]
Derek Theler 1986– American Actor [79]
Leonard Thompson 1908–1935 Canadian First patient to receive insulin therapy [80]
Riley Tufte 1998– American Ice hockey player [81]
Jim Turner 1952– American Actor, comedian [82]
Fernando del Valle 1964– American Operatic tenor [83]
Scott Verplank 1964– American Professional golfer [84]
Stephen Wallem 1968– American Actor [85]
Brad Wilk 1968– American Musician [86]
Vanessa Williams 1963– American Actress [87]
Wade Wilson 1959– American American football quarterback [14]
Elliott Yamin 1978– American Singer [88]

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