Famous People and Bipolar Disorder

(Manic Depression)

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These individuals have publicly stated that they have experienced this disabling

condition, often associated with ADD/ADHD. 

Buzz Aldrin, Astronaut

Shecky Greene, Comedian, Actor

Brian Wilson, Musician, Composer (Beach Boys)

Gordon Sumner (Sting),  Musician, Composer

Ned Beatty, Actor

Linda Hamilton, Actor

Art Buchwald, Writer, Humorist

Kristin Hersh, Musician

Sol Wachtler, Judge, Writer

Margot Kidder, Actress

Tim Burton, artist, movie director

Daniel Johnston, musician

Robert Campeau, financier

Bill Lichtenstein, producer (TV & radio)

Dick Cavett, writer, media personality

Kevin McDonald, comedian, actor

Rosemary Clooney, singer

Kristy McNichol, actor

Francis Ford Coppola, director

Jay Marvin, radio personality, writer

Patricia Cornwell, writer

Kate Millett, writer, artist

Ray Davies, musician

Spike Milligan, comic actor, writer

Patty Duke (Anna Duke Pearce), actor, writer

Dimitri Mihalas, scientist

Robert Evans, film producer

Jonathan Winters, comedian, actor, writer

Carrie Fisher, writer, actor

Lili Taylor, actor

Larry Flynt, magazine publisher

Dimitri Mihalas, scientist

Connie Francis, actor, musician

John Mulheren, financier

Kaye Gibbons, writer

Ilie Nastase, athlete (tennis), politician

Nicola Pagett, actor

Jimmie Piersall, athlete (baseball), announcer

Charley Pride, musician

Jeannie C. Riley, musician

Axl Rose, musician

Francesco Scavullo, artist, photographer

Margo Orum, writer

Lori Schiller, writer, educator

Murray Pezim, financier

Frances Sherwood, writer

Alys Robi, vocalist

Muffin Spencer-Devlin, athlete (pro golf)

Mark Vonnegut, doctor, writer

Sol Wachtler, judge, writer

Robin Williams - Actor


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These names collected from various sources.  If you know of anyone who should or should not be included here, or you can suggest a missing biographical link; please e-mail.  mail@ADHDrelief.com

 This list is not meant to imply that if you suffer from ADD/ADHD, it automatically means you also suffer from  Bi-Polar, quite the contrary.  However, it is common for these two disorders to be concurrent (comorbid).

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