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Αμφιφυλόφιλων Bisexual people Lists of lists List of bisexual people List of bisexual people: A–F From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from List of bisexual people: A-F) Bisexuality topics Related sexual orientations Bisexuality · Pansexuality Sexual identities Bi-curious · Questioning Studies Kinsey scale · Klein grid Attitudes and discrimination Biphobia · Bisexual chic · Bisexual erasure · Lesbian until graduation Bisexual community Bi Community News · BiCon (UK) · BiNet USA · Bisexual Resource Center · Celebrate Bisexuality Day Lists Bisexual people · LGBT-related films · Media portrayals of bisexuality Portals Sexuality · LGBT This box: view · talk · edit List of bisexual people including famous people who identify as bisexual and deceased people who have been identified as bisexual. See also: G-M, N-S, T-Z Contents [hide] 1A 2B 3C 4D 5E 6F 7 References A
Musician Billie Joe Armstrong Singer Brett Anderson Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Kathy Acker 1949–1997 American Writer and feminist  Nick Adams 1931–1968 American Actor. Starred TV series The Rebel  Patience Agbabi 1965 British Poet  Henry Ainley 1879–1945 British Actor  Zoe Akins1886–1958 American Playwright  Summer Altice1979 American Model and actress  Hans Christian Andersen 1805–1875 Danish Writer. Avoided actual sexual relations  Brett Anderson 1967 British Singer-songwriter, and former lead vocalist of Suede  Prince Andrew of Greece1882–1944 Greek Prince, father of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh  Nadine Angerer 1978 German Footballer  Chagmion Antoine 1982 American Broadcast journalist  Louis Aragon 1897–1982 French Poet and novelist  Penny Arcade 1950 American Performance artist, playwright. Aka Susana Ventura  Billie Joe Armstrong 1972 American Singer, songwriter, guitarist for Green Day  Jake Arnott 1961 British Novelist, came out as bisexual in his twenties  Julie d'Aubigny 1670–1707 French Swordswoman and opera singer (aka La Maupin)  B
Actress Bai Ling
Actress Drew Barrymore Anthropologist Ruth Benedict Actor Marlon Brando Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Joan Baez 1941 American Singer  Alice Bag American Singer with punk rock band The Bags  Bai Ling 1970 American Actress  Josephine Baker 1906–1975 American Entertainer and actress (French citizen from 1937)  Marina Baker 1967 British Writer and politician  Canaan Banana 1936–2003 Zimbabwean Politician. First president of Zimbabwe  Tallulah Bankhead 1902–1968 American Actress  Alexander Bard 1961 Swedish Musician  Jean-Pierre Barda 1967 Swedish Musician and actor   Lia Bardeen 1979 American Contestant on Top Chef   Djuna Barnes 1892–1982 American Writer  Amanda Barrie 1935 British Actress on Coronation Street, Cleo in Carry on Cleo  Drew Barrymore 1975 American Actress  Michael Barrymore 1952 English Comedian. Asked if he was bisexual: 'I suppose so.'  Jean-Michel Basquiat 1960–1988 American Artist  Jennifer Baumgardner 1970 American Writer, journalist  Jaime Bayly 1965 Peruvian Writer and journalist  Bianca Beauchamp 1977 Canadian Adult model  Simone de Beauvoir 1908–1986 French Philosopher 
Julian Beck 1925–1985 American Actor, director, poet, and painter  Sybille Bedford 1911–2006 British Writer  Aphra Behn 1640–1689 British Writer and spy Dario Bellezza 1944–1996 Italian Poet  Ruth Benedict 1887–1948 American Anthropologist  Brenda Benet 1945–1982 American Actress. Wife of Bill Bixby, lover of Tammy Bruce  Michael Bennett 1943–1987 American Director, choreographer, and dancer  Anita Berber 1899–1928 German Dancer, actress, writer, and prostitute  Helmut Berger1944 Austrian Actor  Ruth Bernhard 1905–2006 German Photographer  Sandra Bernhard 1955 American Comedian, singer, actress and author  Sarah Bernhardt 1844–1923 French Actress  Leonard Bernstein 1918–1990 American Composer and conductor  John Betjeman 1906–1984 British Poet laureate  Magnus Betnér 1974 Swedish Comedian  Tobias Billström 1973 Swedish Politician  Amy Bloom 1953 American Writer  Anthony Blond 1928–2008 British Publisher and author  Violet Blue American Writer, podcaster, sex educator, and sex columnist  Julio Bocca 1967 Argentinian Ballet dancer  Bernard Boursicot 1944 French Diplomat, his story inspired M. Butterfly  Angela Bowie 1950 American Model, writer, musician, ex-wife of David Bowie  David Bowie 1947 British Musician  Jane Bowles 1917–1973 American Writer. Wife of Paul Bowles  Paul Bowles 1910–1999 American Composer and Author. Husband of Jane Bowles 
Adolf Brand 1874–1945 German Writer and LGBT activist  Marlon Brando 1924–2004 American Actor  M. C. Brennan 1969 American Writer and performer  Jeremy Brett 1933–1995 British Actor, famous as Sherlock Holmes  Susie Bright 1958 American Writer and broadcaster  Joy Brook 1969 British Actress. DC Kerry Holmes on The Bill  Rupert Brooke1887–1915 British Poet  Louise Brooks 1906–1985 American Actress  Romaine Brooks 1874–1970 American Painter  Brigid Brophy 1929–1995 British Writer  Kate Brown 1960American Politician, elected Oregon Secretary of State in 2008  Coral Browne 1913–1991 Australian Actress, wife of Vincent Price  Carrie Brownstein 1974 American Musician  Gioia Bruno 1963 American Musician  Louise Bryant 1885–1936 American Radical journalist, played by Diane Keaton in Reds  Kathleen Bryson 1968 American Writer, filmmaker  Ryan Buell 1982 American Paranormal investigator, television personality  Concha Buika 1972 Spanish Singer  Julie Burchill 1959 British Writer  William S. Burroughs 1914–1997 American Writer  Saffron Burrows 1973 British Actress  Dorothy Bussy 1865–1960 British Writer  Lord Byron 1788–1824 British Poet  C
Comedian Margaret Cho Writer John Cheever Name Dates Nationality
Reference Caligula 12 – 41CE Roman Emperor  Colin Campbell 1942–2001 Canadian Artist  Roy Campbell 1901–1957 South African Poet  Daniele Capezzone 1972 Italian Politician  Gia Carangi 1960–1986 American Model, played by Angelina Jolie in Gia  Vanessa Carlton 1980American Musician-songwriter. "I am a proud bisexual woman."  George Carman 1929–2001 British Lawyer, leading barrister of the 1980s and 1990s  Ana Carolina 1974 Brazilian Musician. "I am Bi. So what?"  Cameron Carpenter1981 American Organist  Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset 1587–1645 Scottish Politician, and lover of King James I of England  Dora Carrington 1893–1932 English Artist  Jim Carroll 1950–2009 American Writer (The Basketball Diaries) and musician.  Nell Carter 1948–2003 American Singer and actress  Giacomo Casanova 1725–1798 Venetian Traveller and writer  Neal Cassady 1926–1968 American Beatnik and writer  Jack Cassidy 1927–1976 American Actor, father of David Cassidy  Cazuza 1958–1990 Brazilian Composer and singer  Benvenuto Cellini 1500–1571 Italian Goldsmith, painter, soldier, autobiographer  Constantine P. Cavafy 1863–1933 Greek Poet  Alvilde Chaplin 1909–1994 British Gardening and landscape expert, married to bisexual James Lees-Milne  Crystal Chappell 1965 American Actress. "I am equally attracted to men and women."  Bruce Chatwin 1940–1989 English Novelist and travel
writer  Neneh Cherry 1964 Swedish Musician  Leslie Cheung 1956–2003 Hong Kong Actor and musician  John Cheever 1912–1982 American Writer  Margaret Cho 1968 American Comedian  Hélène Cixous 1937 French Writer and philosopher  Montgomery Clift 1920–1966 American Actor  Cyril Collard 1957–1993 French Author, filmmaker, composer, and actor  Simon Collins 1976 English-Canadian Musician, son of Phil Collins  Caroline Coon 1945 English Artist, journalist and political activist  Colleen Coover 1969 American Artist  Kate Copstick Scottish Television presenter, actress, writer and director  Baron Gottfried von Cramm 1909–1976 German Tennis player, twice French Open champion  Darby Crash 1958–1980 American Musician  Joan Crawford1905–1977 American Actress  Aleister Crowley 1875–1947 English Occultist and hedonist  Alan Cumming1965 Scottish Actor  D
Interior decorator Elsie de Wolfe Actor Andy Dick Dancer Isadora Duncan Name Dates Nationality Reference Stephen Daldry 1961 British director 
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Joe Dallesandro 1948 American Actor  Jacques Damala 1855–1889 Greek Actor  Dave Davies 1947 British Musician with The Kinks  Ron Davies 1946 British Politician  Brad Davis 1949–1991 American Actor in Midnight Express  Frank Marshall Davis 1905–1987 American Journalist, poet, political, labor activist  Sammy Davis, Jr. 1925–1990 American Entertainer  Frances Day 1908–1984 American Actress  James Dean 1931–1955 American Actor   Michelle Deighton 1986 American Contestant on America's Next Top Model  Oscar de la Renta 1932 Dominican Fashion designer  Olga de Meyer 1871–1930 British Socialite, rumored to be daughter of King Edward VII  Jacques Demy 1931–1990 French Film director  Elsie de Wolfe 1865–1950 American Interior designer  Andy Dick 1965 American Actor and comedian  Marlene Dietrich 1901–1992 American German-born actress, singer  Ani DiFranco 1970 American Musician  Diane di Prima 1934 American Poet  Morgan Doctor American Musician  Amanda Donohoe 1962 British Actress  Sir Michael Duff 1907–1980 British Society figure, married to bisexual Lady Caroline Paget  Carol Ann Duffy 1955 British Poet  Daphne du Maurier 1907–1989 British Author  Dominick Dunne 1925–2009 American Writer 
Isadora Duncan 1887–1927 American Dancer  Don Dunstan 1926–1999 Australian Politician. Premier of South Australia  Eleonora Duse 1859–1924 Italian Actress  Deborah Dyer 1967 British Singer, aka Pea Narni aka Skin (of Skunk Anansie)  E Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Laurie Toby Edison 1942 American Photographer  Bret Easton Ellis 1964 American Novelist. Author of American Psycho and Lunar Park.  Edith Ellis 1861–1916 British Writer, wife of sexologist Havelock Ellis  William Empson 1904–1986 British Literary critic (Seven Types of Ambiguity) and poet  Eve Ensler 1953 American Writer, author of The Vagina Monologues  Raúl Esparza 1970 Cuban American Singer, actor  Kenny Everett 1944–1995 British DJ and comedian  F
Dada artist Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven Musician Sia Furler Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference György Faludy 1910–2006 Hungarian Poet, writer and translator  Brenda Fassie 1964–2004 South African Singer  Frances Faye 1912–1991 American Singer  Peggy Fears 1903–1994 American Actress. Married
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Lady Gaga 1986 American Musician. Her single Poker Face is about dealing with the experiences of being bisexual.  Vicky Galindo 1983 American Softball player  Greta Garbo 1905 - 1990 Swedish Actress  Mary Garden 1874 - 1967 Scottish Opera singer  Mary Garman 1898 - 1979 British Socialite, wife of Roy Campbell, lover of Vita Sackville-West  Erica Gavin 1947 American Actress in Russ Meyer's Vixen!  Prince George, Duke of Kent 1902 - 1942 British Royalty  Georgiana Cavendish 1757 - 1806 British Duchess of Devonshire  Thea Gill 1970 Canadian Actress in Queer as Folk. When asked, "Would you say you are bisexual?", she said, "I guess, well I've thought about that a lot. And I guess perhaps I am."  John Glassco 1909 – 1981 Canadian Poet, memoirist and novelist  Gloria, Princess von Thurn und Taxis 1960 German Aristocrat and socialite  Edmund Goulding 1891 - 1959 English Film director  Julie Goodyear 1942 British Actress  Jessica Graham American Actress  Armand de Gramont, comte de Guiche 1637 - 1673 French Nobleman, adventurer and playboy  Elisabeth de Gramont 1875 - 1954 French Writer, lover of Natalie Barney  Farley Granger 1925 - 2011 American Actor, lover of Leonard Bernstein and Patricia Neal  Cary Grant 1904 - 1986 British Actor  Duncan Grant 1885 - 1978 British Painter and member of the Bloomsbury Group  Eileen Gray 1878 - 1976 IrishArchitect and furniture designer  Devin K. Grayson c. 1970 - American Comic book writer  Graham Greene 1904 - 1991 British Writer 
Kenny Greene 1969 - 2001 American Musician with the R&B group Intro  Liza Greer 1963 American Model and actress.  Larkin Grimm 1981 American Singer-songwriter and musician  Daniel Guérin 1904 - 1988 French Anarchist and author  Peggy Guggenheim 1898 - 1979 American Art collector  Alec Guinness 1914 - 2000 British Actor  Gustaf V 1907 - 1950 Swedish Royalty H
Politician Jörg Haider Pornographic actress Nina Hartley Musician Missy Higgins Dancer Craig Revel Horwood Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Marilyn Hacker 1942 American Poet, married to Samuel R. Delany  Richard Halliburton 1900 - 1939 American Writer  Emma, Lady Hamilton 1761 - 1815 British Mistress of Lord Nelson Kathleen Hanna 1968 American Musician  Nina Hartley 1959 American Pornographic actress, feminist.  Patrick Harvie 1973 British Scottish Green Party leader 2008-  Beatrice Hastings 1879 - 1943 British Writer, poet and literary critic. Lover of Katherine Mansfield and
Wyndham Lewis  Keeley Hawes 1977 British Actress  Sophie B. Hawkins 1967 American Musician  H.D. 1886 - 1961 American Poet  Anne Heche 1969 American Actress  Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte 1759 - 1818 Swedish Queen-Consort of Charles XIII of Sweden, also a famed diarist, memoir-writer and wit  Nona Hendryx 1944 American Singer, solo and with Labelle  William A. Henry III 1950 - 1994 American Writer and critic  Katharine Hepburn 1907 - 2003 American Actress, said by her biographer Darwin Porter to have had affairs with Greta Garbo, Judy Holliday and Judy Garland   Josephine Herbst 1892 - 1969 American Novelist  John Hervey, 2nd Baron Hervey 1696 - 1743 English/British Courtier and political writer  Prince Philipp of Hesse 1896 - 1980 German Nazi governor of Hesse-Kassel and interior designer  Missy Higgins 1983 Australian Singer: "I fall most easily under the category 'Bisexual'"  Christopher Hitchens 1949 American British-born journalist and writer  Sebastian Horsley 1962 - 2010 British Artist.  Hannah Höch 1889 - 1978 German Artist  Frances Hodgkins 1869 - 1947 New Zealand Artist  Judy Holliday 1921 - 1965 American Actress  Laurel Holloman 1971 American Actress: "I always consider myself bisexual."'  Libby Holman 1904 - 1971 American Torch singer   A.M. Homes 1961 American Writer  Craig Revel Horwood 1965 Australian Choreographer, dancer.  Brenda Howard 1946 - 2005 American Bisexual activist  Magdalen Hsu-Li 1970 Canadian Musician 
Simon Hughes 1951 British Liberal Democrat politician  Mia Hundvin 1977 Norwegian Professional handball player  Hung Huynh American Vietnamese-born chef, won Top Chef series three.  Loraine Hutchins ? - American Writer and activist  Josephine Hutchinson 1903–1998 American Actress  Phyllis Hyman 1949 - 1995 American Musician  Trina Schart Hyman 1939 - 2004 American Artist  I Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Erica and Victoria Mongeon American Models, stars of A Double Shot at Love  Patricia Ireland 1945 American Feminist, former president of NOW  Elina Ivanova American (born in Ukraine) Contestant on "America's Next Top Model" Cycle 11  Maja Ivarsson 1979 Swedish Musician, lead singer with The Sounds . J
Actress Angelina Jolie Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Derek Jackson 1906 – 1982 British Physicist   Duncan James 1978 British Singer with boy band Blue  Jesse Jane 1980 American Pornographic actress; describes herself as bisexual  Jessicka 1975 – American Artist, musician Jack Off Jill, Scarling.  Jessie J 1988 – English Singer and songwriter. 
Johannes, Prince von Thurn and Taxis 1926 – 1990 German Aristocrat  Gwen John 1876 - 1939 British Artist  Justine Joli 1980 American Porn actress, model Angelina Jolie 1975 American Actress: When Barbara Walters asked her if she was bisexual, Jolie responded: 'Of course.'  G.B. Jones ? – Canadian Artist, filmmaker, musician (Fifth Column)  Grace Jones 1948 – American Model and musician  Janis Joplin 1943 - 1970 American Musician  June Jordan 1936 - 2002 American Poet and author  Orlando Jordan 1971-American Professional Wrestler  Miranda July 1974 – American Performance artist and filmmaker  K Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Lani Ka'ahumanu ? – American Writer and activist  Frida Kahlo 1907 - 1954 Mexican Painter  Florina Kaja ? American Reality television participant, actress, singer, and activist  Candye Kane 1965 – American Singer and former porn actress  Pat Kavanagh 1940 – 2008 British Literary agent, wife of writer Julian Barnes, lover of Jeanette Winterson  Danny Kaye 1913 - 1987 American Actor   Micah Kellner American Politician  Florence King 1936 – American Writer and misanthrope  Alfred Kinsey 1894 - 1956 American Biologist and human sexuality research scientist  James Kirkup 1918 - 2009 British Poet, translator
and travel writer. "Blissfully bisexual."  Calvin Klein 1942 – American Fashion designer  Oswalt Kolle 1928–2010 German/Dutch Sexologist   Reggie Kray 1933 - 2000 British Criminal  L
Writer D.H. Lawrence Media Personality Rebecca Loos Arts patron Mabel Dodge Luhan Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Christian Lacroix 1951– French Fashion designer."I've always been bisexual."  Sheela Lambert 1956– American Writer and activist  Adrian Lamo 1981– American Hacker, journalist, writer  Burt Lancaster1913 – 1994 American Actor  Carole Landis 1919 – 1948 American Actress, had relationship with Jacqueline Susann  Françoise de Langlade 1931 - 1983 French Editor of French Vogue, wife of Oscar de la Renta   Storm Large 1969 American Musician, Rock Star: Supernova contestant  Nella Larsen 1891 - 1964 American Writer  Charles Laughton 1899 - 1962 British Actor  Marie Laurencin 1883 - 1956 French Artist  Héctor Lavoe 1946 - 1993 Puerto Rican Salsa singer  D. H. Lawrence 1885 - 1930 British Writer  Gertrude Lawrence 1898 – 1952 British Actress and
singer  Georgette Leblanc 1875 - 1941 French Singer  Violette Leduc 1907–1972 French Writer  James Lees-Milne 1908-1997 British Architectural historian, preservationist, diarist  Julia Lemigova 1973 Russian Former Miss USSR, partner of Martina Navratilova  Tamara de Lempicka 1898 - 1980 Polish Polishborn artist  Anne Lennard, Countess of Sussex 1661 - 1721 English Aristocrat  Alan Lennox-Boyd 1904 - 1983 British Conservative politician.  Beatrice Lillie 1894 - 1989 Canadian Actress  Iyari Limon 1976 – Mexican American actress  Roddy Llewellyn 1947 – British Gardener, author, former lover of Princess Margaret  Lindsay Lohan 1986 – American Actress, dating DJ Samantha Ronson  Kristanna Loken 1979 – American/Norwegian Actress. "I'm confident with who I am and being openly bisexual."  Joe Longthorne 1955 – British Singer, vocal impersonator  Rebecca Loos 1977 – Dutch Media personality. Former PA of David Beckham  Ris Low ? - Singaporean Miss Singapore World 2009  Mabel Dodge Luhan 1879 - 1963 American Arts patron  M
Actress Drea de Matteo Author Herman Melville
Musician Freddie Mercury Feminist author Kate Millet Name Dates Nationality Comments Reference Colin MacInnes 1914 - 1976 British Writer and journalist Mary MacLane1881 - 1929 Canadian Writer  Donald Maclean 1913 - 1983 English Diplomat and spy  Maria Maggenti 1962 – American Film director  Leslie Mancia 1988American Contestant on America's Next Top Model  Hortense Mancini 1646 - 1699 French Mistress of Charles II of England  Katherine Mansfield 1888 - 1923 New Zealand Writer  Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough 1660 - 1774 English Courtier, rumored to be lover of Queen Anne Lebo Mathosa 1977 - 2006 South African Kwaito singer  Drea de Matteo 1972 – American Actress (The Sopranos and Joey)  Robert McAlmon 1896 - 1956 American Writer and publisher  Logan McCree 1977 German Pornographic Actor, DJ, Stylist  Carson McCullers 1917 - 1967 American Writer  Blake McGrath1983 Canadian Dancer, pop singer and choreographer Les McKeown 1955 Scottish Musician. Lead singer of the Bay City Rollers  Carmen McRae 1920 – 1994 American Jazz singer  Alison Mau 1965 New Zealander Television journalist and presenter. "Yes, I'm bisexual" 
Gavin Maxwell 1914 - 1969 Scottish Naturalist and writer. Author of Ring of Bright Water  Margaret Mead 1901 – 1978 American Anthropologist and writer  Duchess of Medina Sidonia 1936 – 2008 Spanish Her Excellency Doña Luisa Isabel Álvarez de Toledo y Maura, 21st Duchess of Medina-Sidonia  George Melly 1926 – 2007 English Jazz and blues singer  Herman Melville 1819 - 1891 American Writer   Freddie Mercury 1946 - 1991 English Singer and songwriter  Jillian Michaels 1974 English Personal trainer, appeared on The Biggest Loser  Mika 1983 Lebanese-American-British Singersongwriter Edna St. Vincent Millay 1892 – 1950 American Poet, playwright  June Miller 1902 - 1979 American Wife of Henry Miller, lover of Anaïs Nin  Marilyn Miller 1898 - 1936 American Musical star  Kate Millett 1934 – American Feminist and writer  Nicki Minaj 1984 American Rapper  Sal Mineo1939 - 1976 American Actor, portrayed Plato in Rebel Without a Cause  Vincente Minnelli 1903 - 1986 American Film and stage director, father of Liza Minnelli  Gabriela Mistral 1889 - 1957 Chilean Nobel prize winning Chilean poet  Pamela Mitford 1907 - 1994 English One of the Mitford Sisters  Thomas Mitford 1909 - 1945 English Brother of the Mitford Sisters  Frédéric Mitterrand 1947 French Minister of Culture and Communication (2009 - )  Mary Anne Mohanraj 1971 American Writer, editor, and academic of Sri-Lankan descent.  Brian Molko 1972 – Scottish-American Singer of rock
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