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Ansel Adams  (1902-1984) — Photographer
Ann Bancroft — (1931-2007) — Actress
Alexander Graham Bell — (1862-1939) — Telephone Inventor
Harry Andersen — (1952-present) — Actor
Hans Christian Anderson — (1805-1875) — Author
Ludwig Beethoven — (1770-1827) — Composer
Harry Belafonte — (1927-present) — Actor, Vocalist
Col. Gregory "Pappy" Boyington — (1912-1988)
WWII Flying Ace (Black Sheep Squadron Leader)
Terry Bradshaw — (1948-Present) — Hall of Fame Football Quarterback
George Burns — (1896-1996) — Actor
Sir Richard Francis Burton — (1821-1890)
Explorer, Linguist, Scholar, Writer
Admiral Richard Byrd — (1888-1957) — Aviator
(Was retired from the navy as, "Unfit for service")
Thomas Carlyle — (1795-1881) Essayist, Satirist
Scottish historian, critic, and sociological writer
Andrew Carnegie - (1835-1919) Industrialist, Philanthropist
Jim Carrey — (1962-present) — Comedian
Lewis Carroll — (1832-1898) — Author  (Alice in Wonderland), Logician
Prince Charles — (1948-present) — Future King of England
Cher (1946-present)— Actress/Singer
Agatha Christie — (1890-1976) — Author
Winston Churchill  — (1874-1965) — Statesman (Failed the sixth grade)
Bill Cosby  — (1937-present) — Actor, Educator
Tom Cruise — (1962-present) — Actor
Harvey Cushing M.D. — (1869-1939)
Greatest Neurosurgeon of the 20th Century
Salvador Dali — (1904-1989) —Artist
Leonardo da Vinci — (1452-1519) — Inventor, Artist, Theoretician
John Denver — (1943-1997) — Musician
Walt Disney — (1901-1971)
 (A newspaper editor fired him because he had "No good ideas".)
Kirk Douglas —  (1916-present) — Actor
Thomas Edison — (1847-1931) — Inventor
(His teachers told him he was too stupid to learn anything)
Albert Einstein — (1879-1955) — Physicist
Dwight D. Eisenhower — (1890-1969) — U. S. President, Military General
Michael Faraday — (1791-1867) — British Physicist, Chemist
F. Scott Fitzgerald — (1896-1940) — Author
Malcolm Forbes — (1919-1990) — Forbes Magazine Founder & Publisher
Henry Ford — (1863-1947) — Revolutionized Automobile Industry
Benjamin Franklin — (1706 - 1790) — Politician, Elder Statesman, Philosopher
Galileo  (Galilei) — (1564-1642) — Mathematician, Astronomer
Danny Glover — (1947-present) — Actor
Tracey Gold — (1969-present) — Actress
Whoopi Goldberg — (1955-present) — Oscar winning Actress
Georg Frideric Handel — (1685-1759) — Composer
Valerie Hardin — Gothic Poet, Artist, Children's Author
 Mariette Hartley  — (1940-present)
Actress (Tells of her and daughter's ADD)
William Randolph Hearst — (1863-1951) — Newspaper Magnate
Ernest Hemingway — (1899-1961) — Author, Adventurer
Mariel Hemingway — (1961) — Actress
Milton Hershey — "The Chocolate King" — (1857-1945)
Dustin Hoffman — (1937-present) — Actor
Bruce Jenner — (1949-present) — Athlete
Luci Baines Johnson (1947-present) — LBJ's Daughter
"Magic" Johnson — (1959-present) — Basketball Player
Samuel Johnson — Author
Michael Jordan — (1963-present) — Basketball Player
John F. Kennedy — (1917-1963) — U. S. President, Auhtor
Robert F. Kennedy — (1925-1968) — U.S. Attorney General
Jason Kidd — (1973-present) — Professional Basketball Player
John Lennon — (1940-1980) — Musician
Frederick Carlton (Carl) Lewis — (1961-present)
Olympic Gold Metalist, American track-and-field athlete.
Meriwether Lewis (Lewis & Clark) — (1774 -1809)  — Explorer
Abraham Lincoln — (1809-1865) — U.S. President
Greg Louganis — (1960-present) — Olympic Gold Medalist (Diving)
James Clerk Maxwell — (1831-1879) — British Physicist
Steve McQueen — (1930-1980) — Actor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — (1756-1791) — Composer
Napoleon Bonaparte — (1769-1873) — Emperor
Gamal Abdel-Nasser — (1918-1970) — First Modern Egyptian President
Sir Issac Newton —(1642-1727) — Scientist, Mathematician
(Did poorly in grade school)
Nostradamus  — (1503-1566) — Physician, Prophet
Ozzy Osbourne — (1948-present) — said he was ADHD on TV
Louis Pasteur — (1822-1895) — Scientist
(Rated as mediocre in chemistry when he attended the Royal College)
General George Patton — (1885-1945) — Military Leader WWII
Pablo Picasso — (1882-1973) — Artist
Edgar Allan Poe — (1809-1849) — Author, Poet
Sergei Rachmaninov  — (1873-1943) — Composer
Eddie Rickenbacker — (1890-1973) — WWI Flying Ace
John D. Rockefeller — (1839-1937)
Founder, Standard Oil Company
Nelson Rockefeller — (1908-1979) — U.S. Vice President, Governor
August Rodin — (1840-1917) — Artist, Sculptor
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt — (1844-1962) — First Lady
Pete Rose — (1941-present) — Baseball  Player
Babe Ruth — (1895-1948) — Baseball Legend
Nolan Ryan — (1947-present) — Baseball  Player
Anwar  Sadat — (1918-1981) — Egyptian President
Nobel Peace Prize Winner in 1976
George C. Scott — (1927-1999) — Actor
George Bernard Shaw — (1856-1950)—Author
Will Smith — Actor, Rapper, Entertainer
Tom Smothers — (1937-present) — Actor, Singer, Entertainer
Socrates  — (469-399 B.C.) — Philosopher
Suzanne Somers — (1946-present) — Actress
Steven Spielberg  —  (1946-present) — Filmmaker
(Made first film in high school)
Sylvester Stallone — (1946-present) — Actor
Jackie Stewart — (1939-present) — Grand Prix Hall of Famer
James Stewart — (1908-1997) — Beloved Actor
Henry David Thoreau — (1817-1862) — Author
 Leo Tolstoy — (1828-1910) — Russian Author
(Flunked out of college)
Alberto Tomba — (1966-present) — International Alpine Ski Champion
 Vincent van Gogh — (1853-1890) — Artist
Russell Varian — (1899-1959) — Inventor
Jules Verne — (1828-1905) — Author, Visionary
Werner von Braun —  (1912-1977) — Father of space exploration, Astrophysicist
Flunked 9th grade algebra.
Lindsay Wagner — (1949-present) — Actress (Bionic Woman)
Gen. William C. Westmoreland — (1914-present) — Military Leader (Vietnam Era)
Robin Williams — (1952-present)  — Comedian
Woodrow Wilson — (1856-1924) — U. S. President, Founder League of Nations
Henry Winkler — (1945-present) — Actor (Fonzie, Happy Days)
Stevie Wonder — (1950-present ) — Musician, Blind since childhood
F. W. Woolworth — (1852-1919)  — Department Store Innovator
(While working in a dry goods store at 21, his employers wouldn't let him
wait on a customer because he "Didn't have enough sense.")
Frank Lloyd Wright — (1867-1959) — Architect
Orville Wright — (1871-1948)  — Successful Airplane Inventor
Wilber Wright — (1867-1912) — Successful Airplane Inventor
William Wrigley, Jr. — (1933-1999) — Chewing Gum Magnate
William Butler Yeats — (1865-1939) Possibly Greatest Poet of the 20th Century

 

This list contains the names of many great people who have influenced our life and have been labeled ADD/ADHD. We ask you again, would like to be part of this list?

This list of people was compiled at www.adhdrelief.com/famous.html

Please note that The Child's Miracle Mind organization does not encourage nor endorse the use of prescription drugs for the treatment of ADHD without alternative analysis. The advertisers connected to these articles do not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of our organization.

Informative links:

Welcome to Living with ADD Understanding ADD/ADHD
Signs and Symptoms
Related Conditions
Evaluation and Diagnosis
Treatment of ADD/ADHD
Children and Teens
Adult ADD/ADHD
Living with ADD/ADHD
Famous People with ADD/ADHD
Research Studies
ADD/ADHD Resources
Glossary The upside of ADHD

                      

 

 

 



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