Celebrities Who Have Bipolar Disorder

Mariah Carey

The famous singer recently opened up to People about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2001.

Catherine Zeta-Jones

The actress from Chicago and Intolerable Cruelty has frequently discussed her fight with bipolar disease throughout the years.

Patty Duke

The late actress took addressed the stigma of bipolar disease head-on at a time when few people were aware of it or even publicly acknowledged it.

Demi Lovato

In 2015, the singer and former Disney Channel star—who has battled bulimia and addiction—became the spokesperson for the mental health advocacy group Be Vocal.

Carrie Fisher

How bipolar disorder, in particular, continues to be associated with such a high level of stigma is one of the many things that puzzles me.

Margaret Trudeau

The mental health advocate has spent years in the spotlight as the mother of current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the ex-wife of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

Stephen Fry

The celebrity didn't even discover he had the illness until he was 37 years old, but he claimed that this was the first time he had received a diagnosis that "explained the huge highs and awful lows I've lived with all my life."

Richard Dreyfuss

Along with participating in Fry's programme, the Jaws and Oscar-winning actor has advocated for increased mental health research.