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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.

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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Journalist and author Binyavanga Wainaina
Novelist and activist Alice Walker
Poet, novelist and musician María Elena Walsh
Musician Ethel Waters
Clergyman and writer Mel White
Politician Joop Wijn
Playwright Oscar Wilde
Playwright Thornton Wilder
Archaeologist and art historian Johann Joachim Winckelmann
Speed skater Ireen Wüst
Politician Kathleen Wynne
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Lana Wachowski b. 1965 American Director, screenwriter, producer L
Joel Wachs b. 1939 American Politician G[7]
Tom Waddell 1937-1987 American Athlete, founder of the Gay Games G[8]
Riyad Vinci Wadia 1967-2003 Indian Film director G[9]
Jane Wagner b. 1935 American Writer, film director, film producer L[10]
Siegfried Wagner 1869-1930 German Classical music composer B[11]
Clyde Wahrhaftig 1919-1994 American Geologist G[12]
Binyavanga Wainaina 1971-2019 Kenyan Writer G[13]
Rufus Wainwright b. 1973 Canadian Pop musician G[14]
Keisha Waites b. 1972 American Politician L[15]
Lena Waithe b. 1984 American Actor, writer L[16]
Dave Wakeling b. 1956 English Ska and pop singer, musician (The Beat, General Public) B[17]
Anton Walbrook 1896-1967 Austrian Actor G[18]
Tillie Walden b. 1996 American Cartoonist L[19]
Claire Waldoff 1884-1957 German Kabarett singer L[20]
Jerzy Waldorff 1910-1999 Polish Writer, literary critic G[21]
Czeslaw Walek b. 1975 Polish-Czech Lawyer, LGBT activist G[22]
Blanka Waleská 1910-1986 Czech Actor L[23]
Kira Walkenhorst b. 1990 German Beach volleyball player L[24]
Alice Walker b. 1944 American Author, poet B[25]
Benjamin Walker 1753-1818 American Politician, Continental Army soldier G[26]
Darren Walker b. 1959 American Nonprofit executive, lawyer, investment banker G[27]
Jackie Walker 1950-2002 American Football player G[28]
Paul A. Walker 1946-1991 American Social psychologist G[29]
Rebecca Walker b. 1969 American Author B[30]
Vaughn R. Walker b. 1944 American Federal judge G[31]
Brady Walkinshaw b. 1984 American Politician G[32]
Louisa Wall b. 1972 New Zealand Politician, netball player, rugby player L[33]
Travis Wall b. 1987 American Dancer G[34]
Ji Wallace b. 1977 Australian Trampoline gymnast G[35]
Yona Wallach 1944-1985 Israeli Poet B[36]
Linda Wallem b. 1961 American Actor, writer, producer L[37]
Stephen Wallem b. 1968 American Actor G[38]
John Wallowitch 1926-2007 American Cabaret performer, songwriter G[39]
Hugh Walpole 1884-1941 English Writer G[40]
Dearbhla Walsh b. ? Irish Director L[41]
María Elena Walsh 1930-2011 Argentine Writer, musician L[42]
Sarah Walsh b. 1983 Australia Soccer player, sports administrator L[43]
Tonie Walsh b. 1960 Irish LGBT rights activist, DJ G[44]
Amy Walter b. 1969 American Political analyst L[45]
Abby Wambach b. 1980 American Soccer player L[46]
John Abdallah Wambere b. 1973 Ugandan LGBT rights activist G[47]
Jeffrey Wammes b. 1987 Dutch Gymnast G[48]
Gok Wan b. 1974 British Fashion consultant G[49]
Alexander Wang b. 1983 American Fashion designer G[50]
Ryan Ward b. 1989 American Gymnast G[51]
Sophie Ward b. 1964 English Actor L[52]
Marsha Warfield b. 1954 American Actor, comedian L[53]
Andy Warhol 1928-1987 American Artist G[54]
Marilyn Waring b. 1952 New Zealand Politician, feminist L[55]
Krzysztof Warlikowski b. 1962 Polish Theatre director G[56]
Sarah Warn b. ?[5] American Writer, editor L[57]
Jackie Warner b. 1968 American Personal trainer, TV personality L[58]
Michael Warner b. 1958 American Writer, Queer theorist G[59]
David Warren b. ?[5] American Theatre and TV director G[60]
Patricia Nell Warren b. 1936 American Writer L[61]
Tony Warren b. 1936 English TV writer G[62]
Vincent Warren 1938-2017 Canadian Dance historian G[63]
Mary L. Washington b. 1962 American Politician L[64]
Micha? Waszy?ski 1904-1965 Polish Film director G[65]
Matthew Waterhouse b. 1961 English Actor, writer G[66]
Rosie Waterland b. 1986 Australian Author, TV personality B[67]
Ethel Waters 1896-1977 American Jazz musician, actor B[68]
John Waters b. 1946 American Film director G[69]
Miriam Van Waters 1887-1974 American Prison reformer, Feminist social worker L[70]
Sarah Waters b. 1966 Welsh Novelist L[71]
David Watkin 1925-2008 English Cinematographer G[72]
Ian "H" Watkins b. 1976 Welsh Pop musician (Steps), actor G[73]
Perry Watkins 1949-1996 American Soldier G[74]
Tuc Watkins b. 1966 American Actor G[75]
David Watmough 1926-2017 Canadian Novelist, playwright G[76]
Anthony G. Watson b. ?[5] English Business and technology executive, activist G[77]
Edith Watson 1861-1943 Canadian Photographer L[78]
Giz Watson b. 1957 English-Australian Politician L[79]
Jim Watson b. 1961 Canadian Politician, first openly gay mayor of Ottawa G[80]
Kylie Watson b. 1978 Australian Actor L[81]
Danny Watts b. 1979 English Racing driver G[82]
Chaunté Wayans b. 1982 American Comedian, writer, editor L[83]
Rembert Weakland b. 1927 American Roman Catholic Archbishop G[84]
Lois Weaver b. 1949 American Artist, writer, director L[85]
Scotty Joe Weaver 1986-2004 American Murder victim G[86]
Clifton Webb 1889-1966 American Actor G[87]
Kathy Webb b. 1950 American Politician L[88]
Lawrence Webb b. ?[5] American Politician, academic administrator G[89]
Ben Weber 1916-1979 American Classical composer G[90]
Bruce Weber b. 1946 American Photographer G[91]
Dreya Weber b. 1961 American Actor B[92]
Nancy Wechsler b. ? American Politician L[93]
Apichatpong Weerasethakul b. 1970 Thai Filmmaker G[94]
Mark Weigle b. 1967 American Folk-rock musician G[95]
Ric Weiland b. 1953 American Computer software pioneer G[96]
Randi Weingarten b. 1957 American Labor leader, attorney L[97]
Johnny Weir b. 1984 American Figure skater G[98]
Anna Elisabet Weirauch 1887-1970 German Author L[99]
Jörn Weisbrodt b. 1973 German Arts administrator G[100]
Kenneth Weishuhn 1997-2012 American Youth who committed suicide due to anti-gay bullying G[101]
Bari Weiss b. 1984 American Opinion writer, editor B[102]
Aerlyn Weissman b. ? Canadian Filmmaker L[103]
John C. Wells b. 1939 English Phoneticist, author of the main Esperanto dictionary G[104]
Rick Welts b. 1953 American Sports executive G[105]
Jann Wenner b. 1946 American Publisher G[106]
Joan Werner Laurie 1920-1964 English Journalist L[107]
Glenway Wescott 1901-1987 American Writer G[108]
Rutina Wesley b. 1979 American Actress B[109]
Crissle West b. ? American Writer, comedian L[110]
James E. West 1951-2006 American Politician outed during a sex scandal G[111][112]
Rosemary West b. 1953 English Serial killer B[113]
Wash West b. 1966 American Director G[114]
Suzanne Westenhoefer b. 1961 American Comedian L[115]
Guido Westerwelle 1961-2016 German Politician G[116]
James Whale 1889-1957 English Film director G[117]
Jim Wheeler 1978-1997 American Youth who committed suicide due to anti-gay bullying G[118]
Stephanie Wheeler b. 1981 American Wheelchair basketball player L[119]
Diane Whipple 1968-2001 American Lacrosse player L[120]
Ben Whishaw b. 1980 English Actor G[121]
Edmund White b. 1940 American Novelist, teacher G[122]
Jean White 1940-2010 English Clergy L[123]
Mel White b. 1940 American Clergy, writer G[124]
Mike White b. 1970 American Screenwriter, actor B[125]
Minor White 1908-1976 American Photographer G[126]
Patrick White 1912-1990 Australian Author G[127]
Robert White b. ?[5] English Comedian, music teacher, YouTube personality G[128]
T. H. White 1906-1964 English Author G[129]
Charles Whitebread 1943-2008 American Legal scholar G[130]
Annie Whitehead b. 1955 English Jazz musician L[131]
William Whitehead b. 1931 Canadian Writer G[132]
James B. Whiteside b. ?[5] American Ballet dancer G[133]
Walt Whitman 1819-1892 American Writer G[134]
George Whitmore 1946-1989 American Writer G[135]
Jeff Whittington 1985-1999 New Zealand Murder victim G[136]
Jeff Whitty b. 1971 American Playwright G[137]
Dil Wickremasinghe b. ?[5] Italian-Sri Lankan Journalist L[138]
Sue Wicks b. 1966 American Basketball player L[139]
Wilhelm Wieben b. 1935 German TV news presenter G[140]
Jane Wiedlin b. 1958 American Pop musician (The Go-Go's) B[141]
Scott Wiener b. 1970 American Politician G[142]
John Wieners 1934-2002 American Beat poet G[143]
Josephine Wiggs b. 1963 American Bass guitarist (The Perfect Disaster, The Breeders) L[144]
Rebecca Wight 1959-1988 American Murder victim L[145]
Vincent Wijeysingha b. 1970 Singaporean Academic, activist, politician G[146]
Joop Wijn b. 1969 Dutch Politician G[147]
Marieke Wijsman b. 1975 Dutch Olympic speed skater L[148]
Will Wikle b. 1978 American Reality show contestant G[149]
Rosie Wilby b. 1970 English Stand-up comedian L[150]
Richie Wilcox b. 1980 Canadian Singer, reality show contestant G[151]
Jessica Wild b. 1980 Puerto Rican Drag queen, reality TV personality G[152]
Dolly Wilde 1895-1941 English Socialite L[153]
Oscar Wilde 1854-1900 Irish Playwright, poet, novelist B[154]
Winston Wilde b. ?[5] American Sexologist, author G[155]
Peter Wildeblood 1923-1999 British-Canadian Journalist G[156]
Thornton Wilder 1897-1975 American Playwright, novelist G[157]
Samira Wiley b. 1987 American Actor L[158]
Matthew Wilkas b. 1978 American Actor, playwright G[159]
Edith Lake Wilkinson 1868-1957 American Artist L[160]
Hannah Wilkinson b. 1992 New Zealand Footballer L[161]
Anne Will b. 1966 German TV journalist L[162]
Michael J. Willett b. 1989 American Actor G[163]
Emlyn Williams 1905-1987 Welsh Writer, dramatist, actor B[164]
Kenneth Williams 1926-1988 English Comedian, raconteur G[165]
Nathan Hale Williams b. 1976 American Film and TV producer, actor G[166]
Pete Williams b. 1952 American News correspondent, politician G[167]
Rachel Williams b. 1967 American Model, TV presenter B[168]
Roger Ross Williams b. 1970 American Film director G[169]
Stephen Williams b. 1966 Welsh Politician G[170]
Tennessee Williams 1911-1983 American Playwright G[171]
Thomas Lyle Williams 1896-1976 American Businessman, founder of Maybelline cosmetics G[172]
Cris Williamson b. 1947 American Folk-rock musician L[173]
Kevin Williamson b. 1965 American Screenwriter, film director G[174]
Kit Williamson b. 1985 American Actor G[175]
Malcolm Williamson 1931-2003 Australian Classical composer G[176]
Matthew Williamson b. 1971 English Fashion designer G[177]
Emma Willmann b. ?[5] American Comedian L[178]
Ajita Wilson 1957-1987 American Actor L[179]
Alexander Wilson 1953-1993 Canadian Writer, horticulturalist G[180]
Angus Wilson 1913-1991 English Novelist G[181]
Avery Wilson b. 1995 American Singer, songwriter, dancer B[182]
Claire Wilson b. ? American Politician L[183]
David Wilson b. 1966 Canadian Figure skater, choreographer G[184]
Jacqueline Wilson b. 1945 English Novelist L[185]
Jonathan Wilson b. ?[5] Canadian actor, playwright G[186]
Kaia Wilson b. ?[5] American Punk rock musician (Team Dresch, The Butchies) L[187]
Lanford Wilson b. 1937 American Playwright G[188]
Mara Wilson b. 1987 American Actor B[189]
Matthew Wilson b. 1984 American Politician G[190]
Nancy Wilson b. 1950 American Clergy L[191]
Phill Wilson b. 1956 American Activist G[192]
Ricky Wilson 1953-1985 American Rock musician (The B-52's) G[193]
Robert Wilson b. 1941 American Experimental theater director and playwright G[194]
Sophie Wilson b. 1957 English Computer scientist L[195]
Tim Wilson b. 1980 Australian Politician G[196]
Todd Wilson 1963-2005 American Film director G[197]
Johann Joachim Winckelmann 1717-1768 German Art historian, archeologist G[198]
Edith Windsor 1929-2017 American Activist, Plaintiff in United States v. Windsor L[199]
Robin Windsor b. 1979 English Dancer G[200]
Sherwin Wine 1928-2007 American Rabbi G[201]
Paul Winfield 1939-2004 American Actor G[202]
Mary Wings b. 1949 American Writer, artist L[203]
Johann Joachim Winckelmann 1717-1768 German Art historian, archaeologist G[204]
Josef Winkler b. 1953 Austrian Writer G[205]
Christa Winsloe 1888-1944 German-Hungarian Novelist, playwright B[206]
Jeanette Winterson b. 1958 English Author L[207]
Dale Winton 1955-2018 English DJ, TV presenter G[208]
Lucian Wintrich b. 1988 American Writer, pundit, visual artist G[209]
Mary Wiseman b. 1961 American Judge L[210]
Micha? Witkowski b. 1975 Polish Author G[211]
Scott Wittman b. 1955 American Musical theater lyricist, director G[212]
Ludwig Wittgenstein 1889-1951 Austrian Philosopher B[213]
Monique Wittig 1935-2003 French Radical feminist author L[214]
Chris Witty b. 1975 American Speed skater, racing cyclist L[215]
David Wojnarowicz 1954-1992 American Artist G[216]
John Wojtowicz 1945-2006 American Bank robber G[217]
Patrick Wolf b. 1983 English Singer-songwriter G[218]
Elsie de Wolfe 1865-1950 American Interior designer B[219]
George C. Wolfe b. 1954 American Playwright, director G[220]
Jenna Wolfe b. 1974 American Journalist L[221]
Mike Wolfe b. ?[5] English Politician G[222]
Jeremy Wolfenden 1934-1965 English Spy G[223]
Karin Wolff b. 1959 German Politician L[224]
Michelle Wolff b. ?[5] American Actor L[225]
Rikard Wolff b. 1958 Swedish Actor, singer G[226]
Tobias Barrington Wolff b. 1970 American Lawyer, professor G[227]
Evan Wolfson b. 1957 American Attorney G[228]
Terry Wolverton b. 1954 American Writer L[229]
Anthony Wong b. 1962 Hong Kong Pop singer (Tat Ming Pair) G[230]
Anthony Brandon Wong b. 1965 Australian Actor G[231]
B.D. Wong b. 1960 American Actor G[232]
Cyril Wong b. 1977 Singaporean Poet G[233]
Martin Wong 1946-1999 American Artist G[234]
Norman Wong b. ?[5] American Writer G[235]
Penny Wong b. 1968 Australian Politician L[236]
Suzie Wong b. 1955 Hong Kong TV personality, DJ L[237]
Tobi Wong 1974-2010 Canadian Artist G[238]
Kristyn Wong-Tam b. 1972 Canadian Politician L[239]
Cathy Wood b. 1963 American Serial killer L[240]
Evan Rachel Wood b. 1987 American Actor, singer B[241]
Grant Wood 1891-1942 American Artist G[242]
Jason Wood 1972-2010 English Comedian G[243]
Thelma Wood 1901-1970 American Sculptor L[244]
Fabian S. Woodley 1888-1957 English Uranian poet G[245]
Marnie Woodrow b. 1969 Canadian Writer L[246]
Gregory Woods b. 1953 English Writer G[247]
Mark Kenneth Woods b. 1977 Canadian Writer, actor, director G[248]
Simon Woods b. 1980 English Actor G[249]
Jacqueline Woodson b. 1963 American Writer L[250]
Ellen Woodsworth b. ?[5] Canadian Politician L[251]
Monty Woolley 1888-1963 American Actor G[252]
James Woolf 1920-1966 English Film producer G[253]
Virginia Woolf 1882-1941 English Writer B[254]
Kate Worley 1958-2004 American Comic book writer B[255]
Klaus Wowereit b. 1953 German Politician G[256]
Wrabel b. 1989 American Musician, singer, songwriter G[257]
Nigel Wrench b. 1960 English-South African Radio personality, journalist G[258]
Chely Wright b. 1970 American Country music singer-songwriter L[259]
Douglas Wright b. 1956 New Zealand Dancer, choreographer G[260]
Suzanne Wright b. 1968 American Artist L[261]
Alice Wu b. 1970 American Film director, screenwriter L[262]
Jason Wu b. 1982 Taiwanese-Canadian Fashion designer G[263]
Charles Wuorinen 1938-2020 American Classical music composer G[264]
Aileen Wuornos 1956-2002 American Serial killer B[265]
Conchita Wurst b. 1988 Austrian Singer G[266]
Ireen Wüst b. 1986 Dutch Speed skater B[267]
Janine van Wyk b. 1987 South African Footballer L[268]
Florence Wyle 1881-1968 American-Canadian Sculptor L[269]
Christopher Wylie b. 1989 Canadian Data consultant G[270]
Jean Wyllys b. 1974 Brazilian Lecturer, journalist, politician G[271]
Peter Wyngarde 1927-2018 British Actor G[272]
Kathleen Wynne b. 1953 Canadian Politician and Canada's first openly gay premier L[273]

X

Poet, spoken word artist, novelist and activist Emanuel Xavier
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Emanuel Xavier b. 1971 American Spoken word artist G[274]
Chris Xefos b. 1964 American Rock musician (King Missile) G[275]
Xi Kang 223-262 CE Chinese Writer G[276]
Xiaomingxiong b. circa 1954 Hong Kong Activist G[277]
Emperor Xizong of Tang 862-888 CE Chinese (Tang dynasty) Head of state G[278]
Xuân Di?u 1916-1985 Vietnamese Poet G[279]

Y

Writer, lawyer and literary editor Anna Yevreinova
Professional wrestler Darren Young
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Kirsty Yallop b. 1987 New Zealand Footballer L[280]
Tameka Yallop b. 1991 Australian Footballer L[281]
Yan Xing b. 1986 Chinese Artist G[282]
Staci Michelle Yandle b. 1961 American Judge of the U.S. District Court L[283]
Bowen Yang b. 1990 American Writer, comedian, actor G[284]
Eugene Lee Yang b. 1986 American Comedic performer, writer, director, internet personality G[285][286]
Olive Yang 1927-2017 Burmese Drug trafficker B[287][288]
Gina Yashere b. 1974 British Comedian L[289]
Yasmine 1972-2009 Belgian Singer and broadcaster L[290]
Mary Ann Yates 1728-1787 English Actor B[291]
Tamotsu Yat? 1928-1973 Japanese Photographer G[292]
Ken Yeager b. 1952 American Politician G[293]
Yemi A.D. b. 1981 Czech Choreographer G[294]
Anna Yevreinova 1844-1919 Russian Writer, feminist and 1st female in Russia to obtain a Juris Doctor degree L[295]
Chay Yew b. ?[5] Singaporean-American Playwright and stage director G[296]
Ng Yi-Sheng b. 1980 Singaporean Poet G[297]
Milo Yiannopoulos b. 1983 English Polemicist, political commentator, public speaker, writer G[298]
Sam Yingling b. 1980 American Politician G[299]
Y-Love b. 1978 American Hip-hop artist G[300]
Jwan Yosef b. 1984 Syrian-Swedish Painter, artist G[301]
Kenji Yoshino b. ca. 1969[5] Japanese-American Legal scholar, author, activist G[302]
Nobuko Yoshiya 1914-1973 Japanese Novelist L[303]
David Yost b. 1969 American Actor G[304]
Young M.A b. 1992 American Rapper L[305]
Austin Young b. 1966 American Photographer G[306]
Darren Young b. 1979 American Professional wrestler, first WWE performer to disclose that he is gay while still active with the company G[307][308]
David Young b. ?[5] American Judge, TV personality G[309]
Tracy Young b. 1970 American DJ, producer, remixer, composer L[310]
Will Young b. 1979 English Pop musician, actor G[311]
Blake Young-Fountain b. ?[5] American Actor, model, producer G[312]
Jaboukie Young-White b. 1994 American Comedian, writer G[313]
Jenny Owen Youngs b. 1981 American Folk musician L[314][315]
Marguerite Yourcenar 1903-1987 Belgian-French-American Author L[316]
Mary Yu b. 1957 American Associate Justice of the Washington Supreme Court L[317]
Yu Xin 512-581 CE Chinese Poet B [318]
Yun Hyon-seok 1984-2003 South Korean Poet, writer, LGBT activist G[319]

Z

Film director, producer and politician Franco Zeffirelli
Novelist and poet Narcyza ?michowska
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Romas Zabarauskas b. 1990 Lithuanian Film director, screenwriter, producer G[320]
Craig Zadan b. 1949 American Film producer, director G[321]
Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed b. 1977 Algerian-French Imam G[322]
Hamid Zaher b. 1974 Afghan Writer, LGBT activist G[323]
Paul Zaloom b. 1951 American Actor, puppeteer G[324]
Natalia Zamilska b. 1989 Polish DJ, composer, music producer L[325]
Pedro Zamora 1972-1994 Cuban-American AIDS activist, TV personality G[326]
Daniel Zamudio 1987-2012 Chilean Hate crime victim G[327]
Darin Zanyar b. 1987 Swedish Singer-songwriter G[328]
Luis Zapata b. 1951 Mexican Author G[329]
James Zappalorti 1945-1990 American Murder victim G[330]
Katherine Zappone b. 1953 American-Irish Politician L[331]
Tati Zaqui b. 1994 Brazilian Singer-songwriter and dancer B[332]
Eve Zaremba b. 1930 Polish-Canadian Author L[333]
Jerzy Zawieyski 1902-1969 Polish Writer, political activist G[334]
Zebra Katz b. ? American Musician, performance artist G[335]
Waldemar Zboralski b. 1960 Polish LGBT acitivst, journalist, politician G[336]
Fiona Zedde b. 1976 Jamaican-American Writer L[337]
Joe Zee b. 1968 Hong Kong-Canadian Fashion stylist, journalist, producer G[338]
Franco Zeffirelli 1923-2019 Italian Film and theater director G[339]
Sande Zeig b. ?[5] American Film director L[340]
Kenneth Zeller ?-1985 Canadian Murder victim G[341]
Nahum B. Zenil b. 1947 Mexican Artist G[342]
Julius Zeyer 1841-1901 Czech Prose writer, poet, playwright G[343]
Zhou Dan b. 1974 Chinese Lawyer, LGBT rights activist G[344]
Helen Zia b. 1952 American Writer, journalist, activist L[345]
Alexander Ziegler 1944-1987 Swiss Author, actor G[346]
Rokas ?ilinskas 1972-2017 Lithuanian Politician, journalist G[347]
Richard Zimler b. 1956 American-Portuguese Writer G[348]
Bonnie Zimmerman b. ?[5] American Literary critic, feminist scholar L[349]
Piotr Zio?a b. 1995 Polish Rock singer G[350]
Luisa Zissman b. 1987 English Entrepreneur, reality TV contestant, TV personality B[351]
Narcyza ?michowska 1819-1876 Polish Novelist, poet, feminist L[352]
George Zoritch 1917-2009 Russian-American Ballet dancer G[353]
Mark Richard Zubro b. 1948 American Mystery writer G[354]
Hélène van Zuylen 1863-1947 French Aristocrat, socialite, writer, sports figure L[355]
Jan Zrzavý 1890-1977 Czech Painter, artist, illustrator G[356]
Nikolai Zverev 1832-1893 Russian Pianist G[357]

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