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The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time; for example the word "gay" was not used to describe sexual orientation until the mid-20th century. 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][2][3] 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.

The high prevalence of people from the West on this list may be due to societal attitudes towards homosexuality. The Pew Research Center's 2013 Global Attitudes Survey found that there is “greater acceptance in more secular and affluent countries,” with "publics in 39 countries [having] broad acceptance of homosexuality in North America, the European Union, and much of Latin America, but equally widespread rejection in predominantly Muslim nations and in Africa, as well as in parts of Asia and in Russia. Opinion about the acceptability of homosexuality is divided in Israel, Poland and Bolivia.”[4] As of 2013, Americans are divided – a majority (60 percent) believes homosexuality should be accepted, while 33 percent disagree.[4]

This is a partial list of confirmed famous people who were or are gay, lesbian or bisexual. Famous people who are simply rumored to be gay, lesbian, or bisexual are not listed.


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Author and filmmaker Abdellah Taïa
 
Memoirist Daniel Tammet
 
Classical composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
 
Swimmer Ian Thorpe
 
Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans
 
Actress and comedian Lily Tomlin
 
The folk-singing Topp Twins
 
Roman emperor Trajan
 
Filmmaker Monika Treut
 
Geographer Yi-Fu Tuan
 
Mathematician, computer scientist, logician and cryptanalyst Alan Turing
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Abdellah Taïa b. 1973 Moroccan Author, filmmaker G[7]
Blyth Tait b. 1961 New Zealand Equestrian G[8]
Gengoroh Tagame b. 1964 Japanese manga artist G[9]
Mutsuo Takahashi b. 1937 Japanese Author, poet G[10]
Mark Takano b. 1960 American Politician G[11]
George Takei b. 1937 American Actor G[12]
Nanae Takizawa b. 1987 Japanese Volleyball player L[13]
André Leon Talley b. 1949 American Editor G[14]
Daniel Tammet b. 1979 English Memorist, autistic savant G[15]
Theo Tams b. 1975 Canadian Pop singer G[16]
Yen Tan b. 1975 Malaysian-American Filmmaker G[17]
Tristan Taormino b. 1971 American Author, columnist, film director B[18]
Edward Tarletski b. 1974 Belarusian Drag comedy musician, human rights activists G[19]
John Tartaglia b. 1978 American Puppeteer, actor G[20]
Juan de Tassis, 2nd Count of Villamediana 1582–1682 Spanish Writer B[21]
Peter Tatchell b. 1952 Australian-British LGBT rights activist, politician G[22]
Carolyn Taylor b. ? Canadian Actor, comedian L[23]
Cecil Taylor 1929–2018 American Jazz musician G[24]
Holland Taylor b. 1943 American Actor L[25]
Laurette Taylor 1884–1946 American Actor L[26]
Paul Taylor 1930-2018 American Dancer, choreographer G[27]
Rashad Taylor b. 1981 American Politician G[28]
Rip Taylor 1935–2019 American Comedian, actor G[29]
Robert V. Taylor b. 1959 South African Clergy G[22]
Robin Lord Taylor b. 1978 American Actor G[30]
Valerie Taylor 1913–1997 American Writer, poet, activist L[31]
Bex Taylor-Klaus b. 1994 American Actor L[32]
Modest Ilyich Tchaikovsky 1850–1916 Russian Dramatist, librettist, translator G[33]
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 1840–1893 Russian Classical music composer G[34][35]
Pavel Tchelitchew 1898–1957 Russian Artist G[36]
Michelle Tea b. 1971 American Writer, poet L[37]
Clare Teal b. 1973 English Jazz musician L[38]
Arjen Teeuwissen b. 1971 Dutch Equestrian G[39]
Hédi Temessy 1925–2001 Hungarian Actor L[40]
Alice Temple b. ?[5] English Pop musician, BMX racer L[41]
Ösel Tendzin 1943–1990 American Buddhist Lama B[42]
Neil Tennant b. 1954 English Pop musician (Pet Shop Boys) G[22]
Stephen Tennant 1906–1987 English Aristocrat G[43]
Grigory Teplov 1717–1779 Russian Academic administrator G[44]
J.T. Tepnapa b. 1977 American Writer, producer, actor, director G[45]
Fernando Tejero b. 1967 Spanish Actor G[46]
Hermann von Teschenberg 1866–1911 Austrian Barrister, translator, LGBT rights activist G[47]
Mario Testino b. 1954 Peruvian Photographer G[48]
Giovanni Testori 1923–1993 Italian Writer, playwright, art historian, literary critic G[49]
Mark Tewksbury b. 1968 Canadian Swimmer G[50]
Nik Thakkar b. 1988 English Multi-disciplinary artist G[51]
Sister Rosetta Tharpe 1915-1973 American Gospel musician L[52]
Carole Thate b. 1971 Dutch Field hockey player L[53]
William Thetford 1923–1988 American Psychologist G[54]
Jean-Yves Thibaudet b. 1961 French Classical musician G[55]
Peter Thiel b. 1967 American Entrepreneur, venture capitalist G[56]
Olivia Thirlby b. 1986 American Actor B[57]
Gareth Thomas b. 1974 Welsh Rugby player G[58]
Josh Thomas b. 1987 Australian Comedian G[59]
Owen Thomas b. 1972 American Blogger, website executive G[60]
Dunstan Thompson 1918–1975 American Poet G[61]
Scott Thompson b. 1959 Canadian Comedian G[62]
Tessa Thompson b. 1983 American Actor B[63]
Gordon Thomson b. 1945 Canadian Actor G[64]
Ross Thomson b. 1987 Scottish Politician G[65]
Virgil Thomson 1896–1989 American Classical music composer G[66]
Tomas Thordarson b. 1974 Danish-Icelandic Pop singer G[67]
Bella Thorne b. 1997 American Actor, singer B[68]
Tracy Thorne-Begland b. 1966 American Judge; 1st openly gay jurist elected by the Virginia General Assembly G[69]
Ian Thorpe b. 1982 Australian Swimmer G[70]
David Thorstad b. 1941 American Activist, historian B[71]
Ingrid Thunem b. 1989 Norwegian Paralympic swimmer L[72]
Wallace Thurman 1902–1934 American Writer G[73]
Elliot Tiber b. 1935 American Writer G[74]
Tiberius 42 BC – 37 AD Roman Emperor B[75]
John Tiffany b. 1971 English Theatre director G[76]
Kari S. Tikka 1944–2006 Finnish Legal scholar G[77]
Bill Tilden 1893–1953 American Athlete G[78]
Wolfgang Tillmans b. 1968 German Artist G[22]
Michael Tilson Thomas b. 1944 American Classical conductor, composer and musician G[79]
Ted Tinling 1910–1990 English Athlete, fashion designer G[80]
Vladimir Tintor b. 1978 Serbian Actor G[81]
Michael Tippett 1905–1998 English 20th century classical composer G[82]
Richard Tisei b. 1962 American Politician G[83]
Matthew Titone b. 1961 American Politician, lawyer G[84]
Mark Tobey 1890–1976 American Abstract expressionist painter G[85]
Andrew Tobias b. 1947 American Journalist, writer G[86]
Tomas Tobé b. 1978 Swedish Politician G[87]
Ronnie Tober b. 1945 Dutch Pop musician G[88]
Margaret Todd 1859–1918 Scottish Physician L[89]
Patricia Todd b. 1955 American Politician L[90]
Colm Tóibín b. 1955 Irish Writer G[91]
Sandi Toksvig b. 1958 Danish-British TV and radio personality L[22]
Clyde Tolson 1900–1975 American Associate Director of the FBI G[92][93][94]
Henryk Tomaszewski 1919–2001 Polish Mime G[95]
Lily Tomlin b. 1939 American Actor, comedian L[96]
Pier Vittorio Tondelli 1955–1991 Italian Writer G[97]
Karen Tongson b. 1973 American Cultural critic, writer, queer studies scholar L[98]
Bruno Tonioli b. 1955 Italian-English Dancer, choreographer G[99]
Philip Toone b. 1965 Canadian Politician G[100]
Soxie Topacio 1952–2017 Filipino Actor, director, comedian G[101]
Jools & Lynda Topp b. 1958 New Zealand Pop musicians L[102]
Art Torres b. 1946 American Politician G[103]
Ritchie Torres b. 1988 American Politician; 1st openly gay candidate to be elected to legislative office in The Bronx G[104]
Nico Tortorella b. 1988 American Actor, model B[105]
Peterson Toscano b. 1965 American Playwright, actor, LGBT rights activist G[106]
Noel Tovey b. 1934 Australian Dancer, choreographer, actor G[107]
Russell Tovey b. 1981 English Actor G[108]
Andy Towle b. 1967 American Journalist, blogger G[109]
Prescott Townsend 1894–1973 American Activist G[110]
Sylvia Townsend Warner 1893–1978 English Writer B[111]
Pete Townshend b. 1945 English Musician, singer-songwriter (The Who) B[112]
Jim Toy b. 1930 American LGBT rights activist G[113]
Trajan 53–117 AD Roman Soldier, emperor G[114]
Jeff Trandahl b. 1964 American Politician G[115]
Justin Tranter b. 1980 American Musician, songwriter, activist G[116]
Stephen Trask b. 1967 American Rock musician, film composer G[117]
P.L. Travers 1899–1996 Australian-British Novelist, actor, journalist B[118]
Philip Treacy b. 1967 Irish Milliner G[22]
Ronald Tree 1897–1976 English Politician G[119]
Violet Trefusis 1894–1972 English Writer L[120]
Lucie Blue Tremblay b. 1958 Canadian Folk-rock musician L[121]
Michel Tremblay b. 1942 Canadian Writer, playwright G[122]
Roland Michel Tremblay b. 1972 Canadian Writer G[123]
Bobby Trendy b. 1981 American Interior decorator, TV personality G[124]
Charles Trenet 1913–2001 French Singer G[125]
Taylor Trensch b. 1989 American Stage actor G[126]
Djuan Trent b. 1986 American YouTube personality, former beauty pageant titleholder L[127]
Anette Trettebergstuen b. 1981 Norwegian Politician L[128]
Monika Treut b. 1954 German Filmmaker L[129]
João Silvério Trevisan b. 1944 Brazilian Writer G[130]
Patrick Trevor-Roper 1916–2004 English Doctor, LGBT rights activist G[131]
Mark Trevorrow b. 1959 Australian Comedian G[132]
Tony Tripoli b. 1969 American Actor G[133]
Rose Troche b. 1964 American Filmmaker L[134]
Walter Tróchez 1982–2009 Honduran LGBT rights advocate G[135]
Zdeněk Troška b. 1953 Czech Film director G[136]
Rembert S. Truluck b. 1934 American Clergy G[137]
Michael Trusnovec b. ?[5] American Dancer G[138]
Tom Tryon 1926–1991 American Actor, writer G[139]
Kevin Tsai b. 1962 Taiwanese TV host, writer G[140]
Tsai Ming-liang b. 1957 Chinese Film director G[141]
Yannis Tsarouchis 1910–1989 Greek Artist G[142]
Christos Tsiolkas b. 1965 Australian Writer G[143]
Olga Tsuberbiller 1885–1975 Russian Mathematician L[144]
Marina Tsvetaeva 1892–1941 Russian Poet, writer B[145]
Sam Tsui b. 1989 American Singer, YouTube personality G[146]
Torvald Tu 1893–1955 Norwegian Poet, playwright, novelist G[147]
Esera Tuaolo b. 1968 American Athlete G[148]
Yi-Fu Tuan b. 1930 Chinese-American Geographer G[149]
Corin Tucker b. 1972 American Rock musician (Heavens to Betsy, Sleater-Kinney) B[150]
Antony Tudor 1908–1987 English Dancer, choreographer G[151]
Henry Scott Tuke 1858–1929 English Painter, photographer G[152]
Karen X. Tulchinsky b. ?[5] Canadian Writer L[153]
Tommy Tune b. 1939 American Actor, dancer, choreographer, theater director G[154]
Thomas M. Tunney b. 1955 American Entrepreneur, politician G[155]
Alan Turing 1912–1954 English Mathematician, cryptographer G[156]
Colin Turnbull 1924–1994 American Anthropologist G[157]
Guinevere Turner b. 1968 American Actor, writer L[158]
Stephen Twigg b. 1966 English Politician G[159]
James Tynion IV b. 1987 American Comic book writer B[160]
Oras Tynkkynen b. 1977 Finnish Politician G[161]
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Writer and social activist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Gal Uchovsky b. 1958 Israeli Screenwriter, producer, journalist, activist, TV personality G[162]
Nicholas Udall 1504–1556 English Playwright, schoolmaster G[163]
Georg Uecker b. 1962 German Actor G[164]
Wilhelm Uhde 1874–1947 German Art historian G[165]
Neda Ulaby b. circa. 1970 American Reporter L[166]
Jessie Ulibarri b. ?[5] American Politician G[167]
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs 1825–1895 German Activist, writer G[168]
Luz María Umpierre b. 1947 Puerto Rican Poet, scholar, human rights activist L[169]
Katie Underwood b. 1975 Australian Pop singer (Bardot) B[170]
Tyrone Unsworth 2003–2016 Australian Youth who committed suicide due to anti-gay bullying G[171]
Jorma Uotinen b. 1950 Finnish Dancer, singer, choreographer B[172]
Dave Upthegrove b. 1971 American Politician G[173]
Enoé Uranga b. 1963 Mexican Politician; 1st openly lesbian member of the state legislature L[174]
Marcus Urban b. 1971 German Footballer; Diversity adviser and campaigner G[175]
Brendon Urie b. 1987 American Singer, songwriter, musician (Panic! at the Disco) B[176]
Michael Urie b. 1980 American Actor G[177]
Fred Urquhart 1912–1995 Scottish Writer G[178]
Justin Utley b. ?[5] American Singer-songwriter G[179]
Sergey Uvarov 1786–1855 Russian Statesman, scholar, Minister of National Education G[180]
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V

 
Taoiseach of Ireland Leo Varadkar
 
Poet Vergil
 
Author Gore Vidal
 
Actor and film director Robert G. Vignola
 
Cricketer and track and field athlete Sunette Viljoen
 
Playwright Paula Vogel
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
James Vacca b. 1955 American Politician G[181]
Christine Vachon b. 1962 American Film producer L[14]
Brian Vahaly b. 1979 American Tennis player G[182]
Urvashi Vaid b. 1958 Indian-American LGBT rights activist, lawyer L[183]
Sarah Vaillancourt b. 1985 Canadian Ice hockey player L[184]
Lupe Valdez b. 1947 American Sheriff L[185]
Max Valiquette b. 1973 Canadian Pop culture expert, TV personality G[186]
Nils-Aslak Valkeapää 1943–2001 Finnish-Sámi Writer, musician, artist G[187]
Fernando Vallejo b. 1942 Colombian-Mexican Author, filmmaker G[188]
Pierre Vallières 1938–1998 Canadian Journalist, writer G[189]
Philippe Vallois b. 1948 French Filmmaker G[190]
Louis Van Amstel b. 1972 Dutch-American Dancer, choreographer G[191]
Danitra Vance 1954–1994 American Comedian, actor L[192]
Jonathan Van Ness b. 1987 American Hairdresser, podcaster, TV personality G[193]
Gus Van Sant b. 1952 American Film director, photographer, musician G[194]
Alison Van Uytvanck b. 1994 Belgian Tennis player L[195]
Carl Van Vechten 1880–1964 American Writer, photographer G[196]
Tim Van Zandt b. 1963 American Politician, nurse, accountant G[197]
Arthur H. Vandenberg Jr. b. 1907 American government official, politician G[198]
Luther Vandross 1951–2005 American Singer, songwriter, record producer G[199]
Trent Vanegas b. 1975 American Blogger G[200]
Kirsten Vangsness b. 1972 American Actor, writer B[201]
Ruth Vanita b. 1955 Indian Academic, activist L[202]
Robert Vano b. 1948 Czech Photographer G[203]
Leo Varadkar b. 1979 Irish Taoiseach of Ireland G[204]
Chavela Vargas 1919–2012 Mexican Singer L[205]
Jose Antonio Vargas b. 1981 Filipino-American Journalist G[206]
António Variações 1944–1984 Portuguese Pop musician G[207]
Jeff Varner b. 1966 American Real estate agent, reality show contestant G[208]
Vibeke Vasbo b. 1944 Danish Writer, activist L[209]
Junior Vasquez b. 1946 American DJ, musician G[210]
John Vassall 1924–1996 English Civil servant, spy G[211]
Gianni Vattimo b. 1936 Italian Writer, philosopher G[212]
Keith Vaughan 1912–1977 English Painter G[213]
R. M. Vaughan b. 1965 Canadian Poet, writer G[214]
Ron Vawter 1948–1994 American Actor G[215]
Carmen Vázquez b. 1949[5] Cuban-American Activist, writer L[216]
Jesús Vázquez b. 1965 Spanish TV presenter G[217]
Jorge Javier Vázquez b. 1970 Spanish TV presenter, writer, actor G[218]
Dan Veatch b. 1965 American Swimmer G[219]
Elihu Vedder 1836–1923 American Painter, illustrator G[220]
Nina Vedeneyeva 1882–1955 Russian Physicist L[221]
Tanel Veenre b. 1977 Estonian Jewelry artist, designer G[222]
Jennifer Veiga b. 1962 American Politician L[223]
Werner Veigel 1928–1995 German News presenter G[224]
José de Meneses da Silveira e Castro, 2nd Marquis of Valada 1826–1895 Portuguese Nobleman, politician G[225]
Henri Velandia b. 1983 Venezuelan Dancer G[226]
Patricia Velásquez b. 1971 Venezuelan Actor, model B[227]
Ivan Velez Jr. b. 1961 American Writer, illustrator, cartoonist G[228]
Jane Velez-Mitchell b. 1955/1956 American TV journalist L[229]
Glen Vella b. 1983 Maltese Singer G[230]
Maurice Vellekoop b. 1964 Canadian Illustrator, comics artist G[231]
Nichi Vendola b. 1958 Italian Politician G[232]
Anthony Venn-Brown b. 1951 Australian Author, former evangelist G[233]
Dan Vera b. ?[5] American Poet G[234]
Gerda Verburg b. 1957 Dutch Politician L[235]
Vergil b. 70 BC Roman Poet G[236]
Paul Verlaine 1844–1896 French Poet B[237]
Rob Verlinden b. 1950 Dutch TV personality G[238]
Reg Vermue b. ?[5] Canadian Rock musician G[239]
Jim Verraros b. 1983 American Pop musician, reality TV show contestant G[240]
Nick Verreos b. 1967 American Fashion designer G[241]
Gianni Versace 1946–1997 Italian Fashion designer G[242]
Mike Verschuur b. 1987 Dutch Racing driver G[243]
Börje Vestlund b. 1960 Swedish Politician G[244]
Théophile de Viau 1590–1626 French Poet, dramatist G[245]
Vice Ganda b. 1976 Filipino Comedian, TV presenter, actor, singer G[246]
Gore Vidal 1925–2012 American Writer, actor B[247]
Paco Vidarte 1970–2008 Spanish Writer, LGBT rights activist G[248]
Lena Videkull b. 1962 Swedish Footballer L[249]
Salka Viertel 1889–1978 Ukrainian-American Actor, screenwriter L[250]
Filipp Vigel 1786–1856 Russian Diplomat, memoirist G[251]
Robert G. Vignola 1882–1953 Italian-American Actor, film director, screenwriter G[252]
Archduke Ludwig Viktor of Austria 1842–1919 Austrian Nobleman G[253]
Bruce Vilanch b. 1948 American Comedy writer, actor G[254]
Hervé Vilard b. 1946 French Pop singer G[255]
Sunette Viljoen b, 1983 South African Cricketer, track and field athlete L[256]
Horacio Villalobos b. 1970 Mexican TV host, actor G[257]
Tom Villard 1953–1994 American Actor G[258]
Agustí Villaronga b. 1953 Spanish Director G[259]
José Villarrubia b. 1961 American Artist G[260]
Xavier Villaurrutia 1903–1950 Mexican Poet, playwright G[261]
George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham 1592–1628 English Politician G[262][263]
Linda Villumsen b. 1985 Danish-New Zealand Road racing cyclist L[264]
Diego Viñales b. circa 1946/1947–1970 Argentine Student who died during a police raid in a New York gay bar G[265]
Norah Vincent b. 1968 American Journalist L[266]
Una Vincenzo, Lady Troubridge 1887–1963 British Sculptor. translator L[267]
Leonardo da Vinci 1452–1519 Italian (Florentine) Artist, scientist, engineer, inventor G[268][269][270]
Donald Vining 1917–1998 American Writer G[271]
Luchino Visconti 1906–1976 Italian Filmmaker G[272]
Pavel Vítek b. 1962 Czech Pop musician, actor G[273]
Renée Vivien 1877–1909 English Poet L[274]
Claude Vivier 1948–1983 Canadian 20th century classical composer G[275]
Lisa-Marie Vizaniari b. 1971 Australian Athlete, discus thrower L[276]
Danh Vō b. 1975 Vietnamese-Dutch Artist G[277]
Anna Vock 1885–1962 Swiss Journalist, gay rights activist L[278]
Bruce Voeller 1934–1994 American Biologist, HIV/AIDS researcher G[279]
Paula Vogel b. 1951 American Playwright L[280]
Julia Volkova b. 1985 Russian Pop singer (t.A.T.u.) B[281]
Lucie Voňková b. 1992 Czech Footballer L[282]
Hein Vos 1903–1972 Dutch Politician G[283]
Pierre de Vos b. 1963 South African Constitutional law scholar G[284]
Daniel Vosovic b. 1981 American Fashion designer G[285]
Dylan Vox b. 1978 American Actor, producer G[286]
Božo Vrećo b. 1983 Bosnian Singer, musician G[287]
Delwin Vriend b. 1966 Canadian LGBT rights activist G[288]
Ocean Vuong b. 1988 American Writer G[289]


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