List of transgender people

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The people on this list have been selected because their fame or notoriety is in some way due or connected to their transgender identity or behaviour. The individual listings note the subject's nationality and main occupation, especially if the person is known for reasons other than their transgenderism.

It is often difficult to construe the gender and sexual identity of those people who lived before the 20th century, since most of the modern concepts of gender were not developed until the second half of the century. In many non-Western societies, there is no separation of transgender people from the rest of the gay/lesbian/bisexual population. Some of the persons listed here crossdressed during wartime for various purposes.

It should also be noted transgendered people are by definition not "transvestites" or "drag performers" because the latter do not live or identify their gender as being opposite of their chromosomes consistently in their daily lives.

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A

  • Courtney Act (b. 1981), Australian singer and gender illusionist[1]
  • Alexander James Adams, American musician, singer and songwriter[2]
  • Calpernia Addams (b. 1971), American actress, author, and entrepreneur[3]
  • Aderet (b. 1976), Israeli pop singer[4]
  • Rebecca Allison (b. 1946), American cardiologist, president-elect of Gay and Lesbian Medical Association[5]
  • Nadia Almada (b. 1977), Portuguese reality television participant[6]
  • Barbra Amesbury (b. 1948), Canadian singer-songwriter[7]
  • Charlie Anders, American author[8]
  • Buck Angel, American transmale porn star[9]
  • Carla Antonelli (born 1960), Spanish actress and activist[10]
  • Gwen Araujo (1985-2002), American transsexual teenager[11]
  • Valerie Arkell-Smith (1895-1960), British writer and entertainer[12]
  • Alexis Arquette (b. 1969), American actor and musician[13]
  • Victoria Arellano (1984–2007), Mexican immigrant to the US who died in an immigration detention facility[14]
  • Nina Arsenault (b. c. 1975), Canadian writer[15]
  • April Ashley (b. 1935), English model[16]
  • Estelle Asmodelle (b. 1964), Australian actress, author, and dancer[17]

B

  • Mianne Bagger (b. 1966), Danish golfer[18]
  • Jenny Bailey, English politician[19]
  • Dana Baitz, Canadian musician[20]
  • Herculine Barbin (1838-1868), French intersex person[21]
  • Jeanne Baré (1740-1803), French botanist, sailed around the world with Louis Antoine de Bougainville[22]
  • Ben Barres, American neurobiologist[23]
  • James Barry (1795-1865), British surgeon[24]
  • Michelle Belanger (b. 1977), American Occult author and vampire activist [25]
  • Esben Esther Pirelli Benestad (b. 1949), Norwegian physician, family therapist, sexologist, and the main character in the feature-length documentary film All About My Father (2002) directed by his son Even Benestad.[26][27]
  • S. Bear Bergman (b. 1974), Jewish American writer and performance artist.[28]
  • Danielle Bunten Berry (1949-1998), American software developer[29]
  • Georgina Beyer (b. 1957), New Zealander politician[30]
  • Lechane Bezuidenhout (b. c. 1967), Belgian con artist[31]
  • Alexandra Billings (b. 1962), American actress, singer, and educator[32]
  • Maddie Blaustein (1960-2008) American voice actress[33]
  • Chaz Bono (b. 1969), American singer and activist[34]
  • Kate Bornstein (b. 1948), American author, performance artist, and gender theorist[35]
  • Jennifer Finney Boylan (b. 1958), American author and educator[36]
  • M. C. Brennan (b. 1969), American author, filmmaker and performer [37]
  • Namoli Brennet, American folk singer[38]
  • Willmer "Little Ax" Broadnax (1916-1994), American Gospel tenor.[39]
  • Thomas Bryant, English erotica novel writer[38]
  • Sara Davis Buechner (b. 1964), American musician[40]
  • Charles Busch (b. 1954), American actor and writer[41]
  • Balian Buschbaum (b. 1980), German pole vaulter and two time European Championship bronze medalist[42]

C

  • Meryn Cadell, Canadian writer and musician[43]
  • Patrick Califia (b. 1954), American writer[44]
  • Loren Cameron (b. 1959), American photographer/visual artist[45]
  • Wendy Carlos (b. 1939), American composer and electronic musician[46]
  • Lynda Cash (b. ?), English Navy officer[47]
  • Albert Cashier (1843-1915), Irish-born Union Army soldier[48]
  • Jenna Cassidy (b. 1979), Canadian actress, Sports Entertainer.
  • Candis Cayne (b. ?), American actress and performance artist[49]
  • Chen Lili (b. 1980), Chinese transsexual woman[50]
  • Mary Elizabeth Clark (b. 1938), Episcopal Sister[51]
  • Angela Clayton, British physicist and activist[52]
  • Roberta Close (b. 1964), Brazilian model[53]
  • Joanne Conte Politician and radio show host.[54]
  • Lynn Conway (b. 1938), American computer scientist and electrical engineer[55]
  • T Cooper, writer[56]
  • Caroline Cossey (b. 1954), English model, actress, and author[57]
  • Ginger Coyote, American musician, Editor Of Punk Globe Magazine and "White Trash Debutantes"
  • Jayne County, American musician[58]
  • Roberta Cowell (b. 1921), British transsexual[59]
  • Kate Craig-Wood (b. 1977), British IT entrepreneur[60]
  • Jackie Curtis (1947-1985), American actress and writer[61]
  • Tommy Cunnington (1995)American LGBT protester
  • Molly Cutpurse (b. 1952), English author[62]

D

  • Christine Daniels (1957-2009), American writer[63]
  • Candy Darling (1944-1974), American performer[64]
  • Gia Darling, Guatemalan-born American adult entertainer[65]
  • Florencia De La V (b. 1976), Argentine actress[66]
  • Vicky de Lambray (d. 1986), English prostitute, conman[67]
  • Michael Dillon (1915-1962), British physician[68]
  • Colin Kennedy Donovan, American writer and activist[69]
  • Michelle Dumaresq, Canadian bicycle racer[70]

E

  • Elagabalus (c. 203-222), Roman emperor[71]
  • Lili Elbe (1882-1931), Danish transsexual[72]
  • Chevalier d'Eon (1728-1810), French diplomat[73]
  • Bülent Ersoy (b. 1952), Turkish singer[74]

F

  • Leslie Feinberg (b. 1949), American author and activist[75]
  • Jamie Fenton (b. ?), American software-engineer and video game writer[76]
  • Bibiana Fernández (b. 1954), Spanish actress and model[77]
  • Sir Ewan Forbes, 11th Baronet (1912-1991), Doctor, farmer, 11th Baronet of Craigievar[78]
  • Danielle Foxxx (b. 1979), Brazilian porn film actress[79]
  • Ina Fried (b. ?), American author (senior writer for CNET Networks).[80]
  • Julia Flores (b. 1965), Transgender Ecuadorian Independent writer and activist[81]

G

  • Ketty Gabriele (b. 1982), reputed Italian mafia figure [82]
  • Stasha Goliaszewski (b.1947), American author (co-author first article on transitioning in the Harvard Business Review "[3]"
  • Jamison Green (b. 1948), American writer and educator[83]
  • General Tito Anibal da Paixao Gomes (d. 2007), Portuguese Scam Artist[84]
  • Dorce Gamalama (b. 1963), Indonesian entertainer[85]

H

  • Jamie Lee Hamilton (b. 1955), Canadian aboriginal activist and politician.[86]
  • Jan Hamilton (b. 1965), British soldier[87]
  • Harisu (b. 1975), South Korean model, singer, and actress[88]
  • Lauren Harries (b. 1978), English child prodigy[89]
  • Alan L. Hart (1890-1962) Physician, researcher, writer.[90]
  • Ian Harvie American Comedian[91]
  • Rebecca Heineman (b. 1963), Computer video game programmer[92]
  • Sandra Mara Herzer (1962-1982), Brazilian counter culture writer and poet[93]
  • Mary Ann Horton Computer expert[94]
  • Tyra Hunter (c. 1970-1995), American transsexual[95]

I

  • Dana International (b. 1972), Israeli singer[96]
  • Kim Coco Iwamoto, Hawaii politician[97]

J

  • Andrea James (b. 1967), American entrepreneur, filmmaker, and activist[98]
  • Marsha P. Johnson (1945-1992), American activist[99]
  • Nireah Johnson (1986-2003), African American murder victim
  • Christine Jorgensen (1926-1989), American transsexual[100]
  • Michelle Josef (b. 1954), Canadian musician[101]

K

  • Christina Kahrl, American sportswriter[102]
  • Kamikawa Aya (b. 1968), Japanese politician[103]
  • Roz Kaveney (b. 1949), British writer[104]
  • Hetty King (1883-1972), English male impersonator[105]
  • Isis King (b. 1985), American model, fashion designer
  • Andreas Krieger (b. 1966), German athlete[106]

L

  • Lady, Korean transgender pop group[107]
  • Vicci Laine (b. 1960), American female impersonator/transexual performer, celebrity impersonator, singer, and HIV/Aids Activist.[108]
  • Sophia Lamar, American nightlife celebrity, model, and actress.[109]
  • Lana Wachowski Sister and collaborator of Andy Wachowski, screen writers, directors and producers. Best known for the film series, the first of which is titled, "The Matrix."
  • Greer Lankton (1958-1996), American artist[110]
  • Lisa Lawrence (b. 1970), American actress[111]
  • Lee Si-yeon (b.1979), South Korean actress[112]
  • Amanda Lepore, American transsexual icon and model[113]
  • Vladimir Luxuria (b. 1965), Italian politician and actress[114]
  • Cam Lyman (1932-c. 1987) American dog breeder[115]

M

  • Mimi Marks, American entertainer[116]
  • Lily McBeth (b. 1934), American educator[117]
  • Deirdre McCloskey (b. 1942), American economist[118]
  • Amanda Milan (c. 1974-2000), American prostitute[119]
  • Miriam (b. c. 1981), Mexican reality TV star and adult entertainer[120]
  • Micheline Montreuil, Quebec lawyer, teacher, politician[121]
  • Annah Moore (b. 1966), American musician, artist, and author[122]
  • Jan Morris (b. 1926), British historian and writer[123]
  • Nizah Morris (1955-2002), American entertainer[124]

N

  • Ataru Nakamura (b. 1985), Japanese singer.
  • Jacob Nash (b. 1964), Activist.

O

  • Terri O'Connell, American automobile racer[125]
  • Dylan Orr, first openly transgender man U.S. Presidential appointee.[126]

P

  • Paris-Jordan, Angel (b. 1985), Model, actress writer[127]
  • Caroline Paige (b. 1961), Royal Air Force soldier[127]
  • Dee Palmer (b. 1937), English musician from Jethro Tull[128]
  • Pauline Park (b. 1960), American transgender activist[129]
  • Charley Parkhurst (1812-1879), American stagecoach driver[130]
  • Grayson Perry (b. 1960), English artist[131]
  • Kim Petras (b. 1992), German pop singer[132]
  • Rachel Pollack (b. 1945), American author[133]
  • Midge Potts, American political activist[134]
  • Fay Presto, British magician[135]
  • Virginia Prince, American pharmacologist, transgender activist, and author[136]

R

  • Stu Rasmussen (b. 1948), first openly transgender Mayor in the United States[137]
  • Veronique Renard (a.k.a. Pantau) (b. 1965) Dutch national living in Thailand, author and Pro Tibet activist
  • Kymberleigh Richards (b. 1956), American public transportation advocate[138]
  • Renée Richards (b. 1934), American athlete and physician[139]
  • Vicki Richter, American transgender porn actress[140]
  • Sylvia Rivera (1951-2002), American transgender activist[141]
  • Eva Robin's (b. 1958), Italian actress and activist[142]
  • Terri Rogers (1937-1999), English ventriloquist[143]
  • Martine Rothblatt (b. 1954), American lawyer and author[144]
  • Joan Roughgarden (b. 1946), American biologist[145]
  • Henry Rubin (b. 1966), American sociologist[146]

S

  • Trish Salah, Canadian poet, labour activist and educator[147]
  • Ali Saleem (b. c. 1979), Pakistani television personality[148]
  • Antonia San Juan (b. 1961), Spanish actress and director[149]
  • Fulvia Celica Siguas Sandoval (d. 2004) Peruvian transsexual[150]
  • Jeanette Schmid (1924-2005), Czech whistler[151]
  • Atisone Seiuli (1976-1998), Samoan prostitute[152]
  • Scott Turner Schofield (b. c. 1981), American writer and performer[153]
  • Shabnam Mausi, Indian politician[154]
  • Kemal Shahin (b. 1985), Cypriot reality television participant[155]
  • Lucas Silveira, Canadian rock musician[156]
  • Dawn Langley Simmons (1937 -2000), British American writer.[157]
  • Amanda Simpson (b. 1961), First openly transgender woman U.S. Presidential appointee.[126]
  • Theresa Sparks (b. 1949), American politician and entrepreneur[158]
  • Rae Spoon (b. 1982), Canadian musician[159]
  • Susan Ashley Stanton (b. 1959), American politician[160]
  • Allanah Starr, Cuban-born American adult entertainer[161]
  • Jahna Steele (1958 — 2008) American showgirl, actress, writer[162]
  • Sandy Stone (b. c. 1940s) American educator[163]
  • Margaret Stumpp (b. 1952), American executive[164]

T

  • Audrey Tang (b. 1981), Taiwanese free software programmer[165]
  • Brandon Teena (1972-1993), American transmale young adult. Subject of the movie Boys Don't Cry.[166]
  • Terre Thaemlitz (b. 1968), American musician, DJ and transgender educator[167]
  • Nong Thoom (b. 1981), Thai athlete, model, and actress[168]
  • Billy Tipton (1914-1989), American musician[169]
  • Manuela Trasobares (b. 1962), Spanish artist and politician[170]

U

  • Karen Ulane (1940-1989), American pilot fired by Eastern Airlines; discrimination case set Title VII precedent for transsexual people
  • Pieter Dirk Uys (b. 1945), South African playwright, comedian and political satirist[171]

V

  • Kelly van der Veer (b. 1980), Dutch reality television participant[172]
  • Max Wolf Valerio (b. 1957), American poet and novelist[173]
  • Vaniity (b. 1973), Mexican-American pornstar[174]
  • Venus Flytrap, Thai "kathoey" Pop Group[175]

W

  • Ramon Te Wake, New Zealand television presenter[176]
  • Weiwha (1849-1896), Zuni two-spirit[177]
  • Peter Wherrett, Australian author and television presenter[178]
  • Stephen Whittle, OBE, PhD (b. 1955). British lawyer, writer, educator and transsexual activist[179]
  • Sophie Wilson, British computer scientist[180]
  • Joanne Wingate (b. 1960) English soldier[181]
  • Helen Wong, (b. 1973) Chinese actress[182]
  • Holly Woodlawn (b. 1946), Puerto Rican actor and performer[183]
  • Edward D. Wood, Jr. (1924-1978), American filmmaker[184]

X

Y

  • Marie-Pier Ysser (b. 1935), French entertainer and academic

Z

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