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This is a list of confirmed famous people who were or are bisexual: people who have had sexual relations with, or have expressed sexual attraction to, both sexes. The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time. 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] 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 bisexuality for criteria that have traditionally denoted bisexual people.


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Disputed

AEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Kathy Acker 1949 - 1997 American Writer and feminist [2]
Joey Lauren Adams 1968 - American Actress [3]
Annie Adams Fields 1834 - 1915 American Writer [4]
Nick Adams 1931 - 1968 American Actor [5]
Christina Aguilera 1980 - American Musician [6]
Henry Ainley 1879 - 1945 English Actor [7][8]
Ai Ai de las Alas 1964 - Filipino Comedian [9]
Zoe Akins 1886 - 1958 American Playwright [10]
Krista Allen 1972 - American Actress [11]
Summer Altice 1979 - American Model and actress [12]
Brett Anderson 1972 - English Singer-songwriter, and former lead vocalist of Suede [13]
Sophie Anderton 1977 - English Model [14]
Ant 1967 - American Actor and comedian [15]
Louis Aragon 1897 - 1982 French Poet and novelist [16]
Gregg Araki 1959 - American Film-maker [17]
Elizabeth Arden 1878 - 1966 Canadian Businesswoman who built a cosmetics empire in the United States. [18]
Billie Joe Armstrong 1972 - American Lead singer and guitarist for Green Day [19]

BEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Joan Baez 1941 - American Singer [20]
Bai Ling 1970 - Chinese Actress [21]
Josephine Baker 1906 - 1975 French Singer and entertainer [22]
Marina Baker 1967 - English Writer and politician [23]
Tallulah Bankhead 1902 - 1968 American Actress [24]
Jillian Barberie 1966 - American Television presenter [25]
Alexander Bard 1961 - Swedish Musician [26]
Jean-Pierre Barda 1967 – Swedish Musician and actor [27]
Djuna Barnes 1892 - 1982 American Writer [28]
Amanda Barrie 1935 - English Actress [29]
Drew Barrymore 1975 - American Actress [30]
Jennifer Baumgardner 1970 American Writer, journalist [31]
Jaime Bayly 1965 - Peruvian Writer [32]
Bianca Beauchamp 1977 - Canadian Adult model [33]
Simone de Beauvoir 1908 - 1986 French Philopsopher [34]
Sybille Bedford 1911 - 2006 English Writer [35]
Aphra Behn 1640 - 1689 English Writer [36]
Dario Bellezza 1944 – 1996 Italian Poet [37]
Ruth Benedict 1887 - 1948 American Anthropologist [38]
Michael Bennett 1943 - 1987 American Director, choreographer, and dancer. [39]
Helmut Berger 1944 - Austrian Actor [40]
Ruth Bernhard 1905 - 2006 German Photographer [41]
Sandra Bernhard 1955 - American Actress and comedian [42]
Sarah Bernhardt 1844 - 1923 French Actress [43]
Leonard Bernstein 1918 - 1990 American Composer and conductor [44]
Thane Bettany  ? - English Actor [45]
Gillian Bonner 1966 - American Model [46]
Lizzie Borden 1958 - American Film-maker [47]
Angela Bowie 1950 - American Model [48]
Jane Bowles 1917 - 1973 American Writer [49]
Paul Bowles 1910 - 1999 American Composer and Author [50]
Adolf Brand 1874 – 1945 German Writer and LGBT activist [51]
Marlon Brando 1924 - 2004 American Actor [52]
Susie Bright 1958 – American Writer and broadcaster [53]
Rupert Brooke 1887 - 1915 English Poet [54]
Louise Brooks 1906 - 1985 American Actress [55]
Romaine Brooks 1874 - 1970 American Painter [56]
Brigid Brophy 1929 - 1995 English Writer [57]
Coral Browne 1913 - 1991 Australian Actress [58]
Carrie Brownstein 1974 - American Musician [59]
Gioia Bruno 1963 - American Musician [60]
Manfred Bruns 1934 – German LGBT activist [61]
Julie Burchill 1959 - English Writer [62]
William S. Burroughs 1914 - 1997 American Writer [63]
Saffron Burrows 1973 - English Actress [64]
Dorothy Bussy 1865/6 - 1960 English Writer [65]
Lord Byron 1788 - 1824 English Poet [66]

CEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Calamity Jane 1852 - 1903 American Scout [67]
Caligula 12 – 41 Roman Emperor [68]
Elspeth Cameron 1943 - Canadian Writer [69]
Daniele Capezzone 1972 - Italian Politician [70]
Judy Carne 1939 - English Actress on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In [71]
Dora Carrington 1893 - 1932 English Artist [72]
Nell Carter 1948 - 2003 American Singer and actress [73]
Giacomo Casanova 1725 - 1798 Venetian Traveller and writer [74]
Jack Cassidy 1927 - 1976 American Actor, father of David Cassidy [75]
Constantine P. Cavafy 1863 – 1933 Greek Poet [76]
Bruce Chatwin 1940 - 1989 English Novelist and travel writer [77]
Neneh Cherry 1964 - Swedish Musician [78]
Leslie Cheung 1956 - 2003 Hong Kong Actor and musician [79]
John Cheever 1912 - 1982 American Writer [80]
Margaret Cho 1968 - American Comedian [81]
Hélène Cixous 1937 - French Writer and philosopher [82]
Jackie Clune 1967 - English Comedian, actress, and writer [83]
Kyla Cole 1978 - Slovak Model [84]
Noel Coward 1899 - 1973 English Actor [85]
Patricia Cornwell 1956 - American Author [86]
Joan Crawford 1905 - 1977 American Actress [87]
Aleister Crowley 1875 - 1947 English Occultist and hedonist [88]
Alan Cumming 1965 - Scottish Actor [89]
Julie Cypher 1964 - American Film director and LGBT activist [90]

DEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Joe Dallesandro 1948 - American Actor [91]
Jacques Damala 1855 – 1889 Greek Actor [92]
Dave Davies 1947 - English Musician [93]
Libby Davies 1953 - Canadian Member of Parliament [94]
Ron Davies 1946 - Welsh Politician [95]
James Dean 1931 - 1955 American Actor [96]
Elsie de Wolfe 1865 - 1950 American Interior designer [97]
Andy Dick 1965 - American Actor and comedian [98]
Emily Dickinson 1830 - 1886 American Poet [99]
Janice Dickinson 1955 - American Supermodel [100]
Marlene Dietrich 1901 - 1992 German Actress [101]
Ani DiFranco 1970 - American Musician [102]
Betty Dodson 1929 - American Sex Educator [103]
Amanda Donohoe 1962 - English Actress [104]
Daphne du Maurier 1907 - 1989 English Author [105]
Isadora Duncan 1887 - 1927 American Dancer [106]
Don Dunstan 1926 - 1999 Australian Politician [107]
Eleanora Duse 1859 - 1924 Italian Actress [108]
Deborah Dyer 1967 - English Singer [109]

EEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Laurie Toby Edison 1942 - American Photographer [110]
Edward II 1284 - 1327 English King of England [111]
Bret Easton Ellis 1962 - American Writer [112]
Edith Ellis 1861 - 1916 English Writer [113]
Eve Ensler 1953 - American Writer [114]

FEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Tiffani Faison 1977 - American Chef and winner of Top Chef [115]
Brenda Fassie 1964 - 2004 South African Singer [116]
Frances Faye 1912 - 1991 American Singer [117]
Fergie 1975 American Singer with The Black Eyed Peas [118]
Leonor Fini 1907 - 1996 Argentinian Painter [119]
M. F. K. Fisher 1908 - 1992 American Writer [120]
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 1890 - 1964 American Activist [121]
Althea Flynt 1953 - 1987 American Wife of Larry Flynt [122]
Kay Francis 1905 - 1968 American Actress [123]
Alan Freeman 1927 - 2006 Australian Radio DJ [124]

GEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Greta Garbo 1905 - 1990 Swedish Actress [125]
Alison Garrigan 1958 - American Actress [126]
Erica Gavin 1947 - American Actress in Russ Meyer's Vixen! [127]
Will Geer 1902 - 1978 American Actor [128]
Prince George, Duke of Kent 1902 - 1942 English Royalty [129]
Georgiana Cavendish 1757 - 1806 English Duchess of Devonshire [130]
Thea Gill 1977 - Canadian Actress in Queer as Folk [131]
Nan Goldin 1953 - American Photographer [132]
Julie Goodyear 1942 - English Actress [133]
Farley Granger 1925 American Actor, lover of Leonard Bernstein and Patricia Neal [134]
Cary Grant 1904 - 1986 English Actor [135][136][137][138]
Eileen Gray 1878 - 1976 Irish Architect and furniture designer [139]
Devin K. Grayson  ? - American Comic book writer [140]

HEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Marilyn Hacker 1942 - American Poet, married to Samuel R. Delany. [141][142]
Bianca Hagenbeek 1967 - Dutch Big Brother contestant. [143]
Geri Halliwell 1972 - Aka Ginger Spice, English singer, former Spice Girl. [144]
Emma, Lady Hamilton 1761 - 1815 English Wife of Lord Nelson. [145]
Kathleen Hanna 1968 - American Musician. [146]
Lorraine Hansberry 1930 - 1965 American Playwright. [147]
Debbie Harry 1945 - American Musician and actress: "I am probably more heterosexual than I am homosexual, or even bisexual." [148]
Nina Hartley 1959 - American One of the few pornstars who identifies as bi, outside of her career.. [149]
Sophie B. Hawkins 1967 - American Musician. [150][151]
H.D. 1886 - 1961 American Poet. [152]
Anne Heche 1969 - American Actress. [153]
Nona Hendryx 1944 - American Singer, solo and with Labelle. [154]
Katharine Hepburn 1907 - 2003 American Actress, said by her biographer Darwin Porter to have had affairs with Greta Garbo, Judy Holliday and Judy Garland. [155][156][157]
Josephine Herbst 1892 - 1969 American Novelist. [158]
Prince Philip of Hesse-Kassel 1896 - 1980 German Nazi governor of Hesse-Kassel and interior designer. [159]
Missy Higgins 1983 - Australian Singer, prefers not to discuss her sexuality, but says, "I think everyone is a bit bi-sexual but not everyone admits it. Or not everyone has realised it yet." [160]
Hannah Hoch 1889 - 1978 German Artist. [161]
Billie Holiday 1915 - 1959 American Singer. [162]
Xaviera Hollander 1943 - Dutch Writer. [163]
Judy Holliday 1921 - 1965 American Actress. [164]
Laurel Holloman 1971 - American Actress: "I always consider myself bisexual; from the minute I was sixteen, I said that in interviews... I've made a commitment. It's to a man. If you wanna call me heterosexual, fine."'. [165]
Libby Holman 1904 - 1971 American Torch singer. [166][167]
Magdalen Hsu-Li 1970 - Canadian Musician. [168]
Jannica Honey ? - Swedish Artist. [169]
Brenda Howard 1946 - 2005 American Bisexual activist. [170]
Simon Hughes 1951 - British Liberal Democrat politician. [171]
Loraine Hutchins ? - American Writer and activist. [172]
Josephine Hutchinson 1903–1998 American Actress. [173]
Trina Schart Hyman 1939 - 2004 American Artist. [citation needed]

IEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Janis Ian 1951 - American Musician. [174]
Patricia Ireland 1945 - American Feminist, former president of NOW. [175]
Maja Ivarsson 1979 - Swedish Musician, lead singer with The Sounds, described by an interviewer as "charismatic bisexual lead singer Maja Ivarsson". [176]

JEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Jenna Jameson 1974 - American Porn star who discussed her bisexuality in autobiography, How to Make Love Like A Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale.
Brent Javier ? – Filipino Model. [177]
Jessicka 1975 – American Artist, musician Jack Off Jill, Scarling.. [178]
Gwen John 1876 - 1939 Welsh Artist. [179]
G.B. Jones ? – Canadian Artist, filmmaker, musician (Fifth Column). [180]
Grace Jones 1948 – American Model and musician. [181]
Angelina Jolie 1975 - American Actress: "When Barbara Walters asked her if she was bisexual, Jolie responded: 'Of course.'". [182]
Janis Joplin 1943 - 1970 American Musician. [183]
June Jordan 1936 - 2002 American Poet and author. [184]
Miranda July 1974 – American Musician. [185]

KEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Lani Ka'ahumanu ? – American Writer and activist. [186]
Frida Kahlo 1907 - 1954 Mexican Painter. [187]
Candye Kane ? – Swing, rockabilly, and blues singer, and former porn actress. [188]
Alex Kapranos 1972 – English Lead singer and guitarist of Franz Ferdinand. [189]
Pat Kavanagh ? – English Literary agent, wife of writer Julian Barnes, lover of Jeanette Winterson. [190]
Danny Kaye 1913 - 1987 American Actor [191][192]
Billie Jean King 1943 – American Tennis player. [193]
Florence King 1936 – American Writer and misanthrope. [194]
Alfred Kinsey 1894 - 1956 American Biologist and human sexuality research scientist. [195]
Mia Kirshner 1975 – Canadian Actress; has hinted at bisexuality in interviews. [196]
Oksana Kolesnikova ? – Russian Pianist. [197]

LEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Sheela Lambert ? – American Writer and activist. [198]
Adrian Lamo 1981– American Hacker, journalist, writer. [199][200]
Marie Laurencin 1883 - 1956 French Artist. [201]
Gertrude Lawrence 1898 – 1952 English Actress and singer. [202]
Georgette Leblanc 1875 - 1941 French Singer. [203]
Sook-Yin Lee ? – Canadian Musician and filmmaker. [204][205]
Carol Leifer 1956 – American Writer, Jerry Seinfeld's ex-girlfriend. [206]
Tamara de Lempicka 1898 - 1980 Polish Polish-born artist. [207][208]
Jesse Liberty 1955 - American Author, programmer. Self-described "happily married bisexual." [209]
Beatrice Lillie 1894 - 1989 Canadian Actress. [210][211]
Janine Lindemulder 1968 – American Pornstar. [212]
Iyari Limon 1976 – Mexican American actress. [213]
Lucy Liu 1968 - American Chinese actress; talked of openness to bisexuality, while refusing labels. [214]
Kristanna Loken 1979 – American Actress. [215][216][217]
Karina Lombard 1969 – Actress; has hinted at bisexuality in interviews. [218][219]
Rebecca Loos 1977 – Dutch Media personality. [220]
Mabel Dodge Luhan 1879 - 1963 American Arts patron. [221]

MEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Colin MacInnes 1914 - 1976 British Writer and journalist. [222]
Mary MacLane 1881 - 1929 Canadian Writer. [223][224]
Madonna 1958- American Singer; came out as bisexual in 1991 issue of The Advocate [225]
Robert McAlmon 1896 - 1956 American Writer and publisher. [226]
Maria Maggenti 1962 – American Film director. [227]
Marie Antoinette 1755 - 1793 Austrian Rumored to have had same-sex affairs. [228]
Camryn Manheim 1961 – American Actress, famous heterosexual. [229]
Katherine Mansfield 1888 - 1923 New Zealand New Zealand-born writer. [230]
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 1660 - 1774 English Courtier, rumored to be lover of Queen Anne. [231]
Lebo Mathosa 1977 - 2006 South African Kwaito singer. [232]
Drea de Matteo 1972 – American Actress: "enjoys dating men but also indulges her sexual desires with female friends." [233]
Jenny McCarthy 1972 – American Actress. [234]
Carson McCullers 1917 - 1967 American Writer. [235]
Norma McCorvey 1947- American Roe of Roe v Wade. [236]
Margaret Mead 1901 – 1978 American Anthropologist and writer. [237][238]
Medusa ? – Hip hop singer. [239]
George Melly 1926 – English Jazz and blues singer. [240]
Edna St. Vincent Millay 1892 – 1950 American Poet, playwright. [241]
Marilyn Miller 1898 - 1936 American Musical star. [242]
Kate Millett 1934 – American Feminist and writer. [243]
Gabriela Mistral 1889 - 1957 Chilean Nobel prize winning Chilean poet, 'smoking vibrator' not found. [244]
Brian Molko 1972 – Belgian Singer of rock band Placebo. [245]
Marilyn Monroe 1926 - 1962 American Actress. [246]
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1689 - 1762 English Writer. [247]
Alanis Morissette 1974 – Canadian Musician. [248][249]
Lady Ottoline Morrell 1873 - 1938 English Aristocrat and society hostess. [250][251]
Kate Moss 1974 – English Model. [252]
Edwina Mountbatten 1901 – 1960 English Heiress, socialite, relief-worker and the wife of the 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma. [253]
Megan Mullally 1958- American Actress, Will & Grace. [254]
Misty Mundae 1979 – American Actress. [255]
Doris Muramatsu ? – American Girlyman Band member. [256]
Iris Murdoch 1919 - 1999 English Writer, academic, and philosopher. [257]
Dwina Murphy 1949 – Artist, wife of BeeGee, Robin Gibb, a 'bisexual druid'. [258][259][260]
Josie Maran 1978 – American Supermodel and actress, who stated in a 2000 interview that she has had sex with women, most notably Jenna Jameson. [261]

NEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Kathy Najimy 1957 – American Comedienne and actress. [262]
Bif Naked 1971 – Canadian Musician. [263]
John Nash 1928 – American Mathematician, subject of the book and film A Beautiful Mind. [264]
Dave Navarro 1967 – American Rock musician, has experimented with both sexes, but does not consider himself gay or bisexual. [265]
Martina Navratilova 1956 – Czechoslovakian Czech-born American tennis player. [266]
Alla Nazimova 1879 - 1945 Ukrainian Ukraine-born actress. [267]
Me'Shell NdegéOcello 1968 – American German-born musician. [268]
Holly Near 1949 – American Musician, does not identify herself by label bisexual. [269]
Judy Nelson ? – American Author, former lover of Martina Navratilova. [270]
Louise Nevelson 1899 - 1988 Ukrainian Kiev-born American artist. [271]
Olivia Newton-John 1948 – Australian Musician and actress. [272]
Tila Nguyen 1981 – Singapore born model. [273][274]
Bronislava Nijinska 1891 - 1972 Russian Dancer, choreographer, and teacher of Polish descent. [275]
Anais Nin 1903 - 1977 American Writer born in France. [276]
Laura Nyro 1947 - 1997 American Musician. [277]

OEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Robin Ochs ? – American Writer and activist. [278]
Sinéad O'Connor 1966 – Irish Musician. [279]
Nuala O'Faolain 1942 – Irish Writer. [280]
Laurence Olivier 1907 - 1989 British Actor. [281][282] [283][284]
Joan Osborne 1962 – American Musician. [285][286]

PEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Camille Paglia 1947 – American Writer and academic. [287][288]
Anita Pallenberg 1944 – German Model, actress and fashion designer. [289]
Amanda Palmer 1967 – American Lead singer and pianist of The Dresden Dolls. [290]
Elaine Parent 1942 - 2002 American "World's most wanted woman". [291]
Betty Parsons 1900 - 1982 American Artist and gallery owner. [292]
Peaches 1968 – Canadian Musician. [293]
Anthony Perkins 1932 - 1992 American Actor, star of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. [294]
Katharine Philips 1631 - 1664 English Poet. [295]
Édith Piaf 1915 - 1963 French Singer, lover of Marlene Dietrich. [296]
Patrice Pike ? – American Singer. [297][298]
Dana Plato 1964 - 1999 American Actor. [299]
Cole Porter 1891 – 1964 American Legendary American composer and songwriter. [300]
Liane de Pougy 1869 - 1950 French Dancer and courtesan. [301]
Jane Pratt 1962 - American Journalist. Former editor of Jane. Talked about her affair with Drew Barrymore [302]
Lisa Marie Presley 1968 – American Musician, daughter of Elvis Presley. [303]
Billie Piper 1982 – British Actress and ex-singer. [304]

QEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Carol Queen ? – American Writer and sexologist. [305][306][307]
Queen Pen 1973 – American Rap singer. [308]

REdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Ma Rainey 1886 - 1939 American Blues singer. [309]
Natacha Rambova 1897 - 1966 American Rudolph Valentino's wife. [310]
Suze Randall 1946 – English Fetish photographer. [311]
Anthony Rapp 1971 - American Actor. [312]
Rie Rasmussen 1976 – Danish Model, actor, and filmmaker. [313][314][315]
Pauline Reage 1907 – 1998 French Author of Story of O. [316]
Michael Redgrave 1908 - 1985 English Actor. [317]
Adrienne Rich 1929 – American Poet. [318]
Tony Richardson 1928 - 1991 English Film director. [319]
Jerome Robbins 1918 – 1998 American Choreographer of West Side Story. [320]
Elizabeth Robins 1862 - 1952 American Actress, playwright, novelist. [321]
Michelle Rodriguez 1978 – American Actress, girlfriend of Kristanna Loken, said experimented with both sexes. [322]
Eleanor Roosevelt 1884 - 1962 American Former first lady. [323]
Ida Rubinstein 1885 - 1960 Russian Dancer, and Belle Époque beauty. [324]
Muriel Rukeyser 1913 - 1980 American Poet. [325]

SEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Rachael Sage  ? - American Songwriter [326]
Ola Salo 1977 - Swedish Singer [327]
George Sand 1804 - 1876 French Writer [328]
Sapphire 1950 - American Writer [329]
Jessica Savitch 1947 - 1983 American Journalist [330]
Maria Schneider 1952 - French Actress [331]
Peggy Seeger 1935 - American Singer [332]
James Tiptree, Jr. 1915 - 1987 American Writer [333]
Michelle Shocked 1962 - American Musician [334]
Judee Sill 1944 - 1979 American Musician [335]
Anna Nicole Smith 1967 - 2007 American Model [336]
Bessie Smith 1894 - 1937 American Singer [337]
Liz Smith 1923 - American Gossip columnist [338]
Jill Sobule 1961 - American Musician [339]
Susan Sontag 1933 - 2004 American Writer, film maker and activist [340]
Dusty Springfield 1939 - 1999 English Singer [341]
Kinnie Starr  ? - Canadian Musician [342]
Jamie Stewart 1972 - American Musician [343]
Michael Stipe 1960 - American Musician [344]
Pam St. Clement 1942 - English Actress [345]
Jacqueline Susann 1918 - 1974 American Author [346]

TEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Cecilia Tan 1967 – American Erotic writer and activist. [347]
Lili Taylor 1967 – American Actress; personal quote when asked of her sexual orientation: "it seems like we're all bisexual". [348]
Tristan Taormino 1971 – American Sex educator. [349][350]
Sara Teasdale 1884 - 1933 American Poet. [351]
Brooke Thompson ? – “Pumpkin” from VH1’s Flavor of Love. [352]
Patty Trossel ? – Dutch Singer and composer. [353]
Marina Tsvetaeva 1892 - 1941 Russian Poet. [354]
Corin Tucker 1972 – American Lead singer and guitarist for the band Sleater-Kinney. [355]

VEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Patricia Velasquez 1971 - Venezualen Actress and model [356]

WEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Alice Walker 1944 - American Author [357]
Rebecca Walker 1969 - American Author [358]
Ethel Waters 1896 - 1977 American Singer [359]
Sylvia Townsend Warner 1893 - 1978 English Writer [360]
Dreya Weber  ? - American Actress [361]
Rosemary West 1953 - English Serial killer [362]
Alison Wheeler 1956 - English Political and social activist [363]
Mike White 1970 - American Writer and actor [364]
Jane Wiedlin 1958 - American Guitarist for The Go-Go's [365]
Rachel Williams 1967 - American Model and TV presenter [366]
Virginia Woolf 1882-1941 English Writer [367]
Kate Worley 1958 - 2004 American Comic book writer [368]
Aileen Wuornos 1956 - 2002 American Serial killer [369]

YEdit

Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference
Mary Anne Yates 1728 - 1787 English Actress [370]

ZEdit

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