Celebrities who are HIV positive
Magic Johnson - Medical advancements allowed him to stay in good shape for so many years, ABC revealed.
Freddie Mercury - For this reason, Freddie Mercury publicly revealed that he was carrying the virus shortly before he died in 1991
Thomas Neuwirth - Austrian singer Thomas Neuwirth, who is better known by the stage name Conchita Wurst, revealed he was HIV-positive in 2018.
Michael Jeter - Known for his performances in movies such as 'The Green Mile' and 'Jurassic Park III,' the actor discovered that he was HIV positive in 1996.
Jonathan Van Ness - The 'Queer Eye' star was diagnosed as HIV positive at 25 years old, after he fainted while working in a hair salon.
Jerry Herman - The American composer, known for his work on Broadway, was born in 1931 and found out he was HIV positive in 1984.
Holly Johnson - The former 'Frankie Goes to Hollywood' singer was diagnosed in 1991, he told The Guardian.
Charlie Sheen - The Golden Globe-winner and former star of the hit show 'Two and a Half Men' found out he was HIV positive back in 2011.
Andy Bell - Bell is known for being one of the lead singers of British duo Erasure. He found out he was living with the HIV virus in the late '90s.
Danny Pintauro - The actor, known for his role in the show 'Who's The Boss?,' was diagnosed with HIV in 2003, The Washington Post revealed.
Rock Hudson - The '50s and '60s Hollywood heartthrob discovered he was HIV positive in 1985.
Dack Rambo - Anyone who watched the show 'Dallas' certainly remembers Dack Rambo playing Jack Ewing. The actor found out he was HIV positive in 1991.
Greg Louganis - In 1996, he released a biography where he revealed that he was a carrier of the virus.
Eazy-E - Hip-hop legend Eric Wright AKA Eazy-E, found out he was HIV positive in 1995.