10 Celebrities Who Have Spoken About Being HIV Positive
In 2015 Charlie Sheen revealed he had been HIV positive for four years.
Styx's bassist Chuck Panozzo is living with HIV after being diagnosed in 1991.
Danny Pintauro, who reached fame as a child star in Who's the Boss announced he has HIV in 2015.
Rapper Eazy-E revealed he had AIDS in 1995 and passed away a week later.
Just 24 hours before his death, Freddie Mercury confirmed he had AIDS.
Hamilton star Javier Muñoz announced he is positive shortly after taking the lead role in the Broadway musical.
Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness came out as HIV positive in a New York Times interview.
RuPaul's Drag Race star Ongina announced he has HIV becoming one of the first reality stars to share their diagnosis.
Last year Billy Porter revealed he had been HIV positive for 14 years.
In 1991 Magic Johnson announced he was leaving the LA Lakers after learning he was HIV positive.