List of Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual People: M
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List of Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual People: M

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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.

The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time; for example the word "gay" wasn't 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. See homosexuality and bisexuality for criteria that have traditionally denoted lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people.

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]

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Comedian and actor Moms Mabley
Political commentator and TV host Rachel Maddow
Photographer and artist Christopher Makos
Ballet dancer, choreographer and photographer Hans van Manen
Author, educator and activist Irshad Manji
Writer and actor Erika Mann
Soccer player Collin Martin
Pop musician Johnny Mathis
Tennis player Amélie Mauresmo
Actor and gay rights campaigner Sir Ian McKellen
Classical composer Gian Carlo Menotti
Comedian Rick Mercer
Singer-songwriter Daniela Mercury
Rock musician Freddie Mercury
Poet-diplomat, educator, and humanist Gabriela Mistral
Actor Sal Mineo
Director and writer Vicente Molina Foix
Writer, critic, activist and journalist Carlos Monsiváis
Rock musician Bob Mould
Director F. W. Murnau
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Cheryl Maas b. 1984 Dutch Snowboarder L[7]
Moms Mabley 1894-1975 American Comedian, actor L[8]
Diarmaid MacCulloch b. 1951 English Historian G[9]
Peter Macdissi b. 1974 Lebanese Actor G[10]
Ann-Marie MacDonald b. 1958 Canadian Playwright, novelist, journalist L[11]
Hamish MacDonald b. 1981 Australian Journalist, TV personality, news presenter G[12]
Jennifer Macdonald b. ?[5] American Artist L[13]
Luke Macfarlane b. 1980 Canadian Actor G[14]
Ryan MacGrath b. ?[5] Canadian Musician, painter G[15]
Neil MacGregor b. 1946 Scottish Art historian G[16]
Carmen Maria Machado b. 1986 American Writer L[17]
Eduardo Machado b. 1953 Cuban-American Playwright G[18]
Colin MacInnes 1914-1976 English Writer G[19]
Ashley MacIsaac b. 1975 Canadian Fiddler G[20]
Daniel MacIvor b. 1962 Canadian Actor, playwright, director G[21]
Yusaf Mack b. 1980 American Boxer B[22]
Derek Mackay b. 1977 Scottish Politician G[23]
Kenneth MacKenna 1899-1962 American Actor, director B[24]
Jack Mackenroth b. 1969 American Fashion designer G[25]
Bob Mackie b. 1939 American Fashion designer, costumer G[26]
Pearl Mackie b. 1987 British Actor, dancer, singer B[27][28]
Cameron Mackintosh b. 1946 English Theatrical producer G[29]
Wade MacLauchlan b. 1954 Canadian Academic, politician G[30]
Micheál Mac Liammóir 1899-1978 English-Irish Actor, dramatist, impresario, writer, poet, painter G[31]
Wendy MacNaughton b. ?[5] American Illustrator, graphic journalist L[32]
Robert MacPherson b. 1944 American Mathematician G[33]
Rachel Maddow b. 1973 American Radio and TV presenter, political pundit L[34]
Bulelwa Madekurozwa b. 1972 Zimbabwean Painter, printmaker L[35]
Angela Madsen 1960-2020 American Paralympian sportswoman L[36]
Liliane Maestrini b. 1987 Brazilian Beach volleyball player L[37]
Carina Vance Mafla b. 1977 Ecuadorian Former Minister for Public Health L[38]
Ronald Magill 1920-2007 English Actor G[39]
Luka Magnotta b. 1982 Canadian Convicted murderer, former model and sex worker B[40]
Gregory Maguire b. 1954 American Author G[41]
Leslie Mah b. 1964[5] American Punk rock musician (Anti-Scrunti Faction, Tribe 8) L[42]
George Maharis b. 1928 American Actor G[43]
Moj Mahdara b. ? Iranian-American CEO of Beautycon Media L[44]
Sean Maher b. 1975 American Actor G[45]
Mounir Mahjoubi b. 1984 French Politician G[46]
Mahmud of Ghazni 971-1030 Afghan/Ghaznavi Sultan of Ghaznavid Empire in eastern Iran and northwestern Indian subcontinent B[47]
iLoveMakonnen b. 1989 American Rapper, actor, singer G[48]
Mary Lou Makepeace b. 1940 American Politician L[49]
Jussi Mäkinen 1929-1978 Finnish Ambassador, diplomat G[50]
Christopher Makos b. 1948 American Photographer, artist G[51]
Alain-Philippe Malagnac d'Argens de Villèle 1950-2000 French Aristocrat G[52]
José Carlos Malato b. 1964 Portuguese TV presenter G[53]
Cristiano Malgioglio b. 1945 Italian Composer, singer-songwriter, TV personality G[54]
Suzanne Malherbe 1892-1972 French Illustrator, designer L[55]
Liz Malia b. 1949 American Politician L[56]
Gene Malin 1908-1933 American Actor, drag performer G[57]
Shayne Mallard b. 1964[5] Australian Politician G[58]
Sean Patrick Maloney b. 1966 American Politician G[59]
Agnès Maltais b. 1956 Canadian Politician L[60]
Jeanne Mammen 1890-1976 German Painter, illustrator L[61]
Houari Manar 1982-2019 Algerian Raï singer G[62]
Don Mancini b. 1963 American Film director, screenwriter, producer G[63]
Peter Mandelson b. 1953 English Politician G[64]
Hans van Manen b. 1932 Dutch Ballet dancer, choreographer, photographer G[65]
Mabel Maney b. 1958 American Writer L[66]
Barry Manilow b. 1943 American Singer-songwriter G[67]
Irshad Manji b. 1968 Canadian Islamic feminist author L[68]
Erika Mann 1905-1969 German Writer, actor, war correspondent L[69]
Golo Mann 1909-1994 German Historian, essayist, writer G[70]
Klaus Mann 1906-1949 German Writer G[71]
Thomas Mann 1875-1955 German Writer G[72]
Xulhaz Mannan 1976-2016 Bangladeshi Writer, LGBT newspaper founder, murder victim G[73]
Manny MUA b. 1991 American Make-up artist, YouTuber, beauty blogger G[74]
Ernie Manouse b. 1969 American News presenter, producer G[75]
Jaime Manrique b. 1949 Colombian-American Author, poet, journalist G[76]
Katherine Mansfield 1888-1923 New Zealand Author B[77]
Robbie Manson b. 1989 New Zealand Rower G[78]
Joe Mantello b. 1962 American Actor, director G[79]
Evelyn Mantilla b. 1963 American Politician B[80]
Rosmit Mantilla b. 1982 Venezuelan Politician G[81]
Jay Manuel b. 1972 Canadian Make-up artist, fashion photographer G[82]
Alec Mapa b. 1965} American Actor G[83]
Robert Mapplethorpe 1946-1989 American Photographer, artist G[84]
Jean Marais 1913-1998 French Actor B[85]
Paul Marcarelli b. 1970 American Actor G[86]
Maya Marcel-Keyes b. 1985 American Writer L[87]
Nimmy March b. 1962 English Actor B[88]
Jovette Marchessault 1938-2012 Canadian Writer, artist L[89]
Ennio Marchetto b. 1960 Italian Comedian, entertainer G[90]
Eric Marcus b. 1958 American Non-fiction writer G[91]
Jürgen Marcus b. 1948 German Pop and schlager singer G[92]
Roger Margason (aka Dorien Gray) d. 2015[5] American Mystery writer G[93]
Miriam Margolyes b. 1941 English Actor L[64]
Pedro Marín b. 1961 Spanish Pop musician G[94]
Walterina Markova 1924-2005 Filipino World War II sex slave G[95]
Elisebeht Markström b. 1955 Swedish Politician L[96]
Monica Márquez b. 1969 American Associate justice; 1st Latina and 1st openly gay person to serve on the Colorado Supreme Court L[97]
Del Marquis b. 1977 American Rock guitarist, musician (Scissor Sisters) G[98]
Gail Marquis b. 1954 American Basketball player, Wall Street executive L[99]
Dylan Marron b. 1988 American Actor, writer, comedian, activist G[100]
Raúl Osiel Marroquín b. circa 1981 Mexican Serial killer G[101]
Ethel Mars 1876-1959 American Woodblock print artist L[102]
Adam Mars-Jones b. 1954 British Writer G[103]
Gordon Marsden b. 1953 English Politician G[104]
Brian Marshall b. 1965 Canadian Athlete G[105]
Christabel Marshall 1871-1960 English Suffragist, playwright, author L[106]
La'Darius Marshall b. 1998 American Cheerleader, TV personality G[107]
Rob Marshall b. 1960 American Film and theater director G[108]
Willy Marshall b. ?[5] American Politician G[109]
Lucrecia Martel b. 1966 Argentine Film director, screenwriter, producer L[110]
Leo Martello 1931-2000 American Wiccan priest, LGBT rights activist, author G[111]
Andrew Martin b. 1964[5] American Politician G[112]
Ann M. Martin b. 1955 American Writer of children's literature L[113]
Collin Martin b. 1994 American Soccer player G[114]
Del Martin 1921-2008 American Feminist and LGBT-rights activist L[115]
James Martin b. 1965 American Politician G[116]
Ricky Martin b. 1971 Puerto Rican Singer, actor G[117]
Nigel Martin-Smith b. ?[5] English Entertainment manager G[118]
Arkady Martine b. ?[5] American Science fiction author, historian L[119]
Jacques Martineau b. 1963 French Film director, screenwriter G[120]
Conchita Martínez b. 1972 Spanish Tennis player L[121]
Cristina E. Martinez b. 1961 American CEO, community activist L[122]
Mauricio Martínez b. 1978 Mexican Actor, singer G[123]
Melanie Martinez b. 1995 American Singer-songwriter B[124]
Ursula Martinez b. 1966 British Performance artist L[125]
Vicci Martinez b. 1984 American Singer-songwriter L[126]
Ana María Martínez Sagi 1907-2000 Spanish Journalist, poet, trade unionist, feminist activist, athlete L[127]
Lizzie Marvelly b. 1989 New Zealand Singer B[128]
Jeff Marx b. 1970 American Lyricist, composer G[129]
Angela Mason b. 1944 English LGBT rights activist L[64]
Manon Massé b. 1963 Canadian Politician L[130]
Kyle Dean Massey b. 1981 American Actor G[131]
Ivan Massow b. 1967 English Entrepreneur, politician G[132]
Billy Masters b. 1969 American Gossip columnist G[133]
Paul Masvidal b. 1971 American Musician, vocalist (Cynic, Æon Spoke) G[134]
Heather Matarazzo b. 1982 American Actor L[135]
David Matheson b. ? American Former "gay cure" therapist G[136]
Dan Mathews b. 1964 American Animal rights activist G[137]
Kerwin Mathews 1926-2007 American Actor G[138]
Ross Mathews b. 1979 American TV personality G[139]
Travis Mathews b. 1975 American Film director, screenwriter G[140]
Sean Mathias b. 1956 British Theatre and film director, writer, actor G[141]
Johnny Mathis b. 1935 American Pop musician G[142]
Leonard Matlovich 1943-1988 American Vietnam War veteran, race relations instructor, recipient of the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star, and 1st gay service member to purposely out himself to the military to fight their ban on gays G[143][144][145][146]
Ney Matogrosso b. 1941 Brazilian Singer G[147]
Ian Matos b. 1989 Brazilian Olympic diver G[148]
Mark Matousek b. 1957 American Journalist, spiritual writer G[149]
Gary Matson 1949-1999 American Murder victim G[150]
Matsuo Bash? 1644-1694 Japanese Poet G[151]
F. O. Matthiessen 1902-1950 American Academic G[152]
Andrew Mattison 1948-2005 American Writer, psychologist, researcher G[153]
Alison Mau b. 1965 New Zealand TV journalist and presenter L[154]
Corine Mauch b. 1960 Swiss Politician L[155]
Robin Maugham 1916-1981 English Author G[156]
W. Somerset Maugham 1874-1965 English Writer G[157]
Armistead Maupin b. 1944 American Writer G[158]
Bill Maurer b. ?[5] American Legal and economic anthropologist G[159]
Amélie Mauresmo b. 1979 French Tennis player L[160]
Daphne du Maurier 1907-1989 English Author B[161]
Nergis Mavalvala b. 1968 Pakistani-American Astrophysicist L[162]
Glen Maxey b. 1952 American Politician G[163]
Elsa Maxwell 1883-1963 American Gossip columnist L[164]
Craig Maxwell-Keys b. ? British Rugby referee G[165]
Steve May b. 1972[5] American Politician G[166]
John Maybury b. 1958 English Film director G[29]
Hans Mayer 1907-2001 German Literary critic G[167]
Andrew M. Maynard b. 1962[5] American Politician G[168]
Chandra Mayor b. 1973 Canadian Writer L[169]
Stephany Mayor b. 1991 Mexican Footballer L[170]
Suzette Mayr b. ?[5] Canadian Writer L[171]
Carlos Maza b. 1988 American Journalist G[172]
Jean-Claude Roger Mbede b. ?[5] Cameroonian Imprisoned for his homosexuality G[173]
Zakhele Mbhele b. 1984 South African Politician G[174]
Al McAffrey b. 1948 American Politician G[175]
Angus McBean 1904-1990 Welsh Photographer G[176]
Marnie McBean b. 1968 Canadian Rower L[177]
Tawiah M'carthy b. ? Ghanaian-Canadian Actor, playwright G[178]
Martha McCabe b. 1989 Canadian Swimmer L[179]
Nell McCafferty b. 1944 Irish Journalist, playwright L[180]
Robert McCall 1958-1991 Canadian Figure skater G[181]
Lon McCallister 1923-2005 American Actor G[182]
Richard McCann b. 1949 American Writer G[183]
Mandy McCartin b. 1958 English Artist L[184]
Stephen McCauley b. 1955 American Writer G[185]
Anne McClain b. 1979 American Astronaut L[186]
J.D. McClatchy 1945-2018 American Writer G[185]
Haylie McCleney b. 1994 American Softball player L[187]
Thomas McCosker b. 1950 Australian Textile worker, jailed in Fiji for sodomy G[188]
Angel McCoughtry b. 1986 American Basketball player L[189]
Matt McCoy b. 1966 American Politician G[190]
Scott McCoy b. 1970 American Politician G[191]
Tarell Alvin McCraney b. 1980 American Playwright, actor G[192]
Logan McCree b. 1977 German Pornographic Actor B[193]
Julie McCrossin b. 1954 Australian Journalist, comedian L[194]
John McCrostie b. ?[5] American Politician G[195]
Kevin McDaid b. 1984 English Pop singer (V) G[196]
Val McDermid b. 1955 Scottish Writer L[197]
Joe McDermott b. 1967 American Politician G[198]
Keith McDermott b. 1953 American Actor, theater director, writer G[199]
Andrew J. McDonald b. 1966 American Associate Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court and former politician G[168]
Jon-Marc McDonald b. 1976 American Writer, political activist G[200]
Roddy McDowall 1928-1998 English Actor, voice artist, film director, photographer G[201]
Joe McElderry b. 1991 English Pop singer G[202]
Brian McGahen 1952-1990 Australian LGBT activist G[203]
Peter McGehee 1955-1991 Canadian Writer G[204]
Scott McGehee b. 1962 American Film director, screenwriter G[205]
Kelly McGillis b. 1957 American Actor L[206]
Jenn McGinn b. ?[5] Canadian politician L[207]
Jamie McGonnigal b. 1975 American Actor, producer G[185]
Jonny McGovern b. 1976 American Comedian, musician, podcaster G[208]
Jim McGreevey b. 1957 American Governor of New Jersey G[209]
Susan McGreivy b. 1939 American Attorney, former Olympic swimmer L[210]
Kevin McHale b. 1988 American Actor, pop singer (NLT), TV and radio personality G[211]
Maggie McIntosh b. 1947 American Politician, first openly gay person in the Maryland General Assembly L[212]
Claude McKay 1889-1948 Jamaican Writer B[213]
Molly McKay b. 1970 American Attorney, LGBT rights activist L[214]
Lyra McKee 1990-2019 Northern Irish Journalist L[215]
Ian McKellen b. 1939 English Actor, LGBT rights activist G[216]
Sabrina McKenna b. 1957 American Justice of the Hawaii Supreme Court L[217][218]
Todd McKenney b. 1965 Australian Actor G[219]
Austin P. McKenzie b. 1993 American Actor G[220]
Larry McKeon 1944-2008 American Politician G[221]
Erin McKeown b. 1977 American Pop musician L[222]
DeRay Mckesson b. 1985 American Activist G[223]
Evan McKie b. 1983 Canadian Ballet dancer, writer, artist, creative movement director G[224]
Stewart McKinney 1931-1987 American Politician B[225]
Kate McKinnon b. 1983 American Comedian L[226]
Marshall Kirk McKusick b. 1954 American Computer scientist G[227]
Norman McLaren 1914-1987 Canadian Animator, film director G[228]
Andrew McLean b. ? American Politician G[229]
Colin McLean b. 1978 Australian Drag queen, fashion designer G[230]
Erin McLeod b. 1983 Canadian Footballer L[231]
Claire McNab b. 1940 Australian Writer L[232]
Terrence McNally 1939-2020 American Playwright G[233]
John J. McNeill 1925-2015 American Priest, author G[234]
Kristy McNichol b. 1962 American Actor L[235]
Colin McPhee 1900-1964 Canadian 20th century classical composer, ethnomusicologist G[236]
Inika McPherson b. 1986 American High jumper L[237]
Glenn McQuaid b. 1973 Irish Film director G[238]
Alexander McQueen 1969-2010 English Fashion designer G[239]
Carmen McRae 1920-1994 American Jazz musician L[240]
Dorothy McRae-McMahon b. 1934 Australian Uniting Church minister, activist L[241]
David McReynolds 1929-2018 American Politician, activist G[242]
Jimmy McShane 1957-1995 Northern Irish Pop singer (Baltimora) G[243]
Michael J. McShane b. 1961 American Judge of the U.S. District Court G[244]
Peter McWilliams 1940-2000 American Writer, activist G[245]
David McVicar b. 1967 Scottish Opera director G[246]
Margaret Mead 1901-1978 American Anthropologist B[247]
Taylor Mead 1924-2013 American Writer, actor,performer G[248]
Marijane Meaker b. 1927 American Writer L[249]
Kevin Meaney 1956-2016 American Comedian G[250]
Miriam Meckel b. 1967 German Journalist, academic, magazine editor and publisher L[251]
Linda Medalen b. 1965 Norwegian Footballer L[252]
Gian Gastone de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany 1671-1737 Tuscan Last Medici Grand Duke G[253]
Benny Medina b. 1958 American Talent agent, producer G[137]
Robert Medley 1905-1994 English Artist G[254]
Mark Medlock b. 1978 German Singer G[255]
Benjamín Medrano Quezada b. ? Mexican Politician; first openly gay mayor ever elected in Mexico G[256]
Lauren Meece b. 1983 American Olympic judoka L[257]
Joe Meek 1929-1967 English Record producer G[258]
Ken Mehlman b. 1966 American Businessman, Campaign Mgr for George W. Bush G[259]
Julie Mehretu b. 1970 Ethiopian-American Artist L[260]
Karl Meier 1897-1974 Swiss Actor, gay rights activist G[261]
Mary Meigs 1917-2002 American Painter, writer L[262]
Simona Meiler b. 1989 Swiss Snowboarder L[263]
Doeschka Meijsing 1947-2012 Dutch Novelist L[264]
Ian Meldrum b. 1946 Australian Popular music critic, journalist, musical entrepreneur G[265]
Gustavo Melella b. 1970 Argentine Politician G[266]
Andre Melendez 1971-1996 American Drug trafficker, Club Kids member, murder victim G[267]
Ioannis Melissanidis b. 1977 Greek Gymnast G[268]
Deb Mell b. 1968 American Politician L[269]
Dawn Mellor b. 1970 English Painter L[270]
Guilherme de Melo b. 1931 Portuguese Journalist, novelist, activist G[271]
Glennon Doyle Melton b. 1976 American Author, activist, philanthropist, online community creator and founder L[272]
Wendy Melvoin b. 1964 American Musician, TV and film composer L[273]
Réal Ménard b. 1962 Canadian Member of Parliament G[274]
Carlos Menchaca b. 1980 American Politician; 1st openly gay New York City Council member from Brooklyn G[275]
Charlotte Mendelson b. 1972 English Writer L[246]
Luis Gerardo Méndez b. 1982 Mexican Actor G[276]
Rosie Mendez b. 1963 Puerto Rican Politician L[277]
Rosa Mendes b. 1979 Canadian Professional wrestler B[278]
José María Mendiluce 1951-2015 Spanish Writer, activist, politician G[279]
Gian Carlo Menotti 1911-2007 Italian 20th century classical composer G[280]
Billy Merasty b. 1960 First Nations-Canadian Actor, writer G[281]
Jorge Merced b. 1965 Puerto Rican Theatre actor and director G[282]
Rick Mercer b. 1969 Canadian TV personality, political satirist G[283][284]
Hoshang Merchant b. 1947 Indian Writer G[285]
Ismail Merchant 1936-2005 Indian-British Film producer G[286]
Daniela Mercury b. 1965 Brazilian Singer-songwriter B[287]
Freddie Mercury 1946-1991 British Rock musician B[288]
William Morris Meredith Jr. 1919-2007 American Poet G[289]
Lída Merlínová 1906-1988 Czech Writer L[290]
Billy Merrell b. 1982 American Writer G[291]
James Merrill 1926-1995 American Poet G[292]
Stephin Merritt b. 1965 American Singer-songwriter, musician (The Magnetic Fields) G[293]
André Carl van der Merwe b. 1961 South African Novelist G[294]
Vladimir Meshchersky 1839-1914 Russian Journalist G[295]
Adolfo Mesquita Nunes b. 1977 Portuguese Politician, jurist G[296]
Harriet Metcalf b. 1958 American Rower L[297]
Charlotte Mew 1869-1928 English Poet L[298]
Kim Meylemans b. 1996 Belgian Skeleton racer L[299]
Inge Meysel 1910-2004 German Actor B[300]
Robert Meza b. ?[5] American Politician G[301]
Somizi Mhlongo b. 1972 South African Choreographer, TV personality G[302]
George Michael 1963-2016 English Pop musician G
Jillian Michaels b. 1974 American Personal trainer, TV personality L[303]
Tammy Lynn Michaels b. 1974 American Actor L[304]
Michelangelo 1475-1564 Italian Sculptor, painter G[305]
Vivianne Miedema b. 1996 Dutch Footballer L[306]
Aldo Mieli 1879-1950 Italian Science historian, gay rights activist G[307]
Mario Mieli 1952-1983 Italian Gay rights and political activist, theorist G[308]
Andy Mientus b. 1986 American Actor B[309]
Linda Mienzer b. 1965 Bermudian Cricketer L[310]
Carole Migden b. 1948 American Politician L[311]
Ioan Luchian Mihalea 1951-1993 Romanian Composer, conductor, TV producer G[312]
Sandra Mihanovich b. 1957 Argentine Singer, musician, composer, actor L[313]
Mika b. 1983 Lebanese-British Singer-songwriter G[314]
Kenichi Mikawa b. 1946 Japanese Singer, TV personality G[315]
Susan Mikula b. 1958 American Artist, photographer L[316]
John Milhiser b. 1981 American Actor, comedian G[317]
Woody Milintachinda b. 1976 Thai TV host G[318]
Harvey Milk 1930-1978 American Politician, LGBT rights activist G[319]
Tomas Milian 1933-2017 Cuban-American-Italian Actor, singer B[320]
Lorri Millan b. ?[5] Canadian Performance artists, writers L[321]
Edna St. Vincent Millay 1892-1950 American Poet L[322][323]
Eric Millegan b. 1974 American Actor G[324]
Brent Miller b. ?[5] American TV and film producer G[325]
Curt Miller b. 1968 American Basketball coach G[326]
Ezra Miller b. 1992 American Actor B[327][328]
Jacob & Joshua Miller b. ?[5] American Pop musicians (Nemesis) G[329]
Jennifer Miller b. 1961 American Circus entertainer, educator L[330]
Merle Miller 1919-1986 American Novelist, writer, author G[331][332]
Stephanie Miller b. 1961 American Comedian, radio host L[333]
T'Nia Miller b. ?[5] English Actor L[334]
Wentworth Miller b. 1972 American Actor G[335]
Sally Miller Gearhart b. 1931 American Science-fiction writer, feminist and lesbian activist, teacher L[336]
Tim Miller b. 1958 American Performance artist G[337]
Andy Milligan 1929-1991 American Writer, film director G[338]
June Millington b. 1948 Filipino-American Rock musician, guitarist (Fanny) L[339]
Scott Mills b. 1974 English DJ G[340]
Barnaby Miln b. 1947 Scottish Activist, Church of England General Synod and Justice of the Peace G[341]
Simon Milton 1961-2011 English Politician G[342]
Hans Peter Minderhoud b. 1973 Dutch Equestrian G[121]
Sal Mineo 1939-1976 American Actor B[343]
Vincente Minnelli 1903-1986 American Stage and film director B[344][345][346]
Greet Minnen b. 1997 Belgian Tennis player L[347]
John Minton 1917-1957 English Artist G[348]
David Miranda b. 1985 Brazilian Journalist, politician G[349]
Raphael Miranda b. 1977 American Meteorologist, TV personality G[350]
Leonard Miron b. 1969 Romanian TV and radio presenter, journalist G[351][352]
Fawzia Mirza b. ?[5] Pakistani-Canadian Actor, writer, producer, comedian L[353]
Yukio Mishima 1925-1970 Japanese Author G[354]
Gabriela Mistral 1889-1957 Chilean Poet, educator, diplomat, feminist, Nobel laureate in literature L[355]
Matthew Mitcham b. 1988 Australian Diver G[356]
Arthur Mitchell 1934-2018 American Dancer, choreographer G[357]
Allyson Mitchell b. ?[5] Canadian Maximalist artist L[358]
John Cameron Mitchell b. 1963 American Director, actor G[359]
McKim Mitchell b. 1954 American Politician G[360]
Dimitris Mitropoulos 1896-1960 Greek Classical conductor, musician and composer G[236]
Y?ji Mitsuya b. 1954 Japanese Actor, voice actor G[361]
Frédéric Mitterrand b. 1946 French Politician B[362]
Akihiro Miwa b. 1935 Japanese Singer, author, actor, director G[363]
David Mixner b. 1946 American Activist, author G[364]
Heather Mizeur b. 1972 American Politician L[365]
Mizi Xia b. d. ?[5] Chinese (Zhou Dynasty) Courtier, historical figure G[366]
Isaac Mizrahi b. 1961 American Fashion designer G[367]
MNEK b. 1994 British Singer, songwriter, record producer G[368]
Anika Moa b. 1980 New Zealand Pop musician L[369]
Alice Moderno 1867-1946 Portuguese Writer L[370]
Silvia Modig b. 1976 Finnish Politician L[371]
Portia Modise b. 1983 South African Footballer L[372]
Jim Moeller b. 1955 American Politician G[373]
Mary Anne Mohanraj b. 1971 Sri Lankan Writer B[374]
Bahman Mohasses 1931-2010 Iranian Painter, sculptor, theater director G[375]
Emmanuel Moire b. 1979 French Singer, composer G[376]
Mojo Juju b. 1983 Australian Singer-songwriter, guitarist L[377]
Albert Mol 1917-2004 Dutch Actor, LGBT activist G[378]
Frans Molenaar 1940-2015 Dutch Fashion designer G[379]
Vicente Molina Foix b. 1946 Spanish Writer, film director G[380]
Brian Molko b. 1972 British-American Rock musician (Placebo) B[381]
Kuno von Moltke 1847-1923 German Military commander G[382]
David Monahan b. 1971 American Actor G[383]
Monét X Change (stage name) b. 1990 American Drag queen G[384]
Paul Monette 1945-2005 American Writer G[385]
Monifah b. 1972 American Singer-songwriter L[386]
Adrienne Monnier 1892-1955 French Writer, bookseller, publisher L[387]
Carlos Monsiváis 1938-2010 Mexican Writer, critic, activist, journalist G[388]
Gordon Montador 1950-1991 Canadian Editor, publisher, broadcaster G[389]
Armando Montaño 1989-2012 American Journalist G[390]
Robert de Montesquiou 1855-1921 French Writer, art collector, socialite G[391]
Luke Montgomery b. 1974 American Political activist G[392]
Matthew Montgomery b. 1978 American Actor G[393]
Henry de Montherlant 1895-1972 French Writer G[394]
CJ de Mooi b. 1969 English TV quiz host, actor, chess player, model G[395]
Matt Moonen b. ? American Politician G[396]
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