Richard Pryor - Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor III (December 1, 1940 – December 10, 2005 – a famous American comedian, actor, and writer gave up drugs after being diagnosed to have multiple sclerosis.
Donna Fargo - is a country music singer and songwriter. She is famous for the country/pop crossover hit "The Happiest Girl In the Whole USA." Fargo announced in 1979 that she had multiple sclerosis, but continued with her career.
William Hartnell 8 January 1908 – 23 April 1975)an English actor, played the lead role of the Doctor in the l television series Doctor Who from 1963 to 1966. In 1975, he suffered a series of strokes due to cerebrovascular disease and diedof heart failure on 23 April 1975 at the age of 67.
Clive Burr - East London) was a drummer in the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden..The Iron Maiden founded the Clive Burr MS Trust Fund
Alan Osmond - Alan Ralph Osmond was a member of the 1970s music group The Osmonds n 2000, Alan received the Dorothy Corwin Spirit of Life Award from the National Multiple Sclerosis Socity.
David "Squiggy" Lander - (born June 22, 1947) is an American actor, comedian, and baseball scout. David is also the Goodwill Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Barbara Jordan - (February 21, 1936 – January 17, 1996) was an American politician from Texas. She served as a congresswoman in the United States House of Representatives from 1973 to 1979. In 1973, Jordan was diagnosed to have multiple sclerosisAdam Riedy - US Speed Skater
Alastair Hignell - International Rugby Player, Cricketer and BBC Sports Commentator
Betty Cuthbert - Olympic Gold Medallist, Sprinting
Bobby Thompson - Banjoist
Brenda Gildehaus - champion BMX bike rider
Brian Irvine - Scottish soccer player
Bruno Tassan Din - Italian publisher
Carl Laemmle, Jr. - film producer and son of the founder of Universal Studios
Danny Wallace - Soccer Player
Danny Wallace - ex Southampton and Manchester United Footballer
David "Teddy" Thomas - Cricketer
Eric Simons - mountaineer
Heinrich Heine - German poet (1797-1856) posthumously diagnosed with MS
Ivalio Iordanov - Bulgarian International soccer player
Jacqueline Creed Archer - Civil rights activist
Jacqueline du Pre - cellist
James LaRocca - Guitarist with MS
Javier Artero - Spanish soccer player
Jim Oelschlager - financeer and philanathropist
Jim Poulin - Basketball Coach
Jimmy Heuga - Olympic skier
Karen G. Stone - Author
Laura Mitchell - Public policy analyst, consultant and writer
Lisa Peck - Mountain bike rider (5th in 2000 Masters World Mountain Bike Championships)
Luca Coscione - Italian Politician
Lydwina of Schieden - Dutch patron Saint of Ice Skaters (1400AD) The earliest written record of someone with MS
Norah Vincent - Journalist
Paul Wellstone - US Senator, Minnesota
Paul Wolfskehl - 19th century German industrialist and amateur mathematician
Richard Berghammer - Wildlife Painter
Richard Radtke - Scientist and Winner Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering
Roger MacDougall - British playwright
Sarah P. Gibbs - Biologist - Winner of 2003 Gilbert Morgan Smith Medal
Sir Augustus Frederic D'Este - (1794-1848) - grandson of King George III of England, 1st documented case of MS
Stanley Elkin - writer
Stanley Knowles - Canadian Politician (1942-1984)
Stephanie Stephens - golfer
Susan Kisslinger - Author
Tamia - R&B singer (Grammy Nominee)
Teri Garr - Actress (Young Frankenstein, Tootsie, Close Encounters and others)
Valerie Jankowski Skrabut - artist and musician.
Victor Willing - Artist
Wayne Dobson - magician
Wendy Lill - Canadian Politician
William Newman - artist
Yury Tynianov - Russian Novelist and literary critic.