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Celebrities

with Eating Disorders

Alanis Morissette
Alexandra Paul
Alexis Bellino
Ally Sheedy
Amanda Beard
Amy Heckerling
Amy Winehouse
Ana Carolina Reston
Andrea Gruber
Andrea Marcovicci
Anna Freud
Anne Murray
Anne Sexton
Ashlee Simpson
Audrey Hepburn
Barbara Niven
Barbi Twins
Bethenny Frankel
Brittany Snow
Britney Spears
Bruce Vilanch
Calista Flockhart
Candace Cameron Bure
Carre Otis
Catherine Bell
Catherine Hickland
Catherine Oxenberg
Cathy Rigby
Christina Ricci
Christine Alt
Christy Henrich
Courtney Thorne-Smith
Cynthia French
  Dana Delany
  Daniel Johns
  Danielle Fishel
  Dawn Langstroth
  Demi Lovato
Elisa Donovan
Elton John
Elvis Presley
Felicity Huffman
Fiona Apple
Franz Kafka
Gelsey Kirkland
Geri Halliwell
Gretchen Rossi
Heidi Guenther
Isabelle Caro
Imogen Bailey
Jaime Pressly
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Jane Fonda
Janet Jackson
Jessica Alba
Joan Rivers
Joyce Maynard
Justine Bateman
Kara DioGuardi
Karen Carpenter
Kate Beckensale
Kate Bosworth
Kate Dillon
Kate Winslet
Katharine McPhee
Katie Couric
Keira Knightley
Kellie Martin
Kelly Clarkson
Kirsten Haglund
Kirsten Dunst
Lacey Schwimmer
Lady Gaga
Leila Pahlavi
Luisel Ramos
Lily Allen
Magali Amadei
Margaux Hemmingway
Maria Conchita
Mariah Carey
Mariel Hemmingway
Mary Kate Olsen
Mary McDonough
Maureen McCormick
Melanie Chisholm
Meredith Vieira
Michaela Strachan
Mike Hukabee
Molly Jong Fast
Nadia Comaneci
Nicole Richie
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi
Nikki Cox
Olivia Newton John
Oprah Winfrey
Paris Hilton
Paula Abdul
Peta Wilson
Portia de Rossi
Princess Diana
Renee Zellweger
Richard Simmons
Sally Field
Sandra Dee
Scarlett Pomers
Shane Sellers
Sharon Osbourne
Stephanie Pratt
Susan Dey
Syliva Plath
Tara Reid
Teri Hatcher
Thandie Newton
Theresa Marie Schiavo
Tracey Gold
Uri Geller
Victoria Beckham
Whitney Houston
Wynonna Judd
Yeardley Smith
Zina Garrison

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Dana DelanyDana Delany

Dana Delany, star of “Desperate Housewives,” recently told Modern Mom magazine she used to starve herself in her ‘20s in order to keep her weight low. However, while shooting “China Beach,” Dana said she decided to adopt more healthy eating habits to help get the energy she needed.

Daniel JohnsDaniel Johns

He's a much loved rock'n'roller who's married to one of the world's most beautiful women. But singer Daniel Johns has finally revealed the horror behind his teenage anorexia - a condition which nearly left him dead.
Daniel Johns

Johns has admitted he was close to suicide a number of times as he battled the eating disorder in his late teens. It is the first time the singer has spoken at length about his anorexia, a problem which is affecting increasing numbers of teenage boys in Australia.

Danielle FishelDanielle Fishel

Danielle Fishel, former star of “Boy Meets World,” said she used to be obsessed with her weight as a teen. Focused on achieving a perfect 24-inch waist, Danielle said she took laxatives, would eat only lettuce and threw up. The 5’1” host of the “The Dish” on the Style Network weighed got down to a mere 89 pounds. Danielle said she decided to rethink her extreme diet after she collapsed on the set of “Boy Meets World.”

Dawn LangstrothDawn Langstroth, Anne Murray's daughter

For years, people have associated Anne Murray with her satin voice and hit songs. But last week in People magazine, Anne revealed a surprising side of herself — one that eight million families can identify with. Anne's daughter is recovering from anorexia nervosa.

Though Anne had noticed some eating problems while Dawn was growing up, she attributed them to typical teenage behavior. Even when Dawn's eating habits became more unusual, it was difficult to pin down their source. "I didn't know what to do," Anne confessed. "She would say, 'I'm fine.' She would eat while I was at home. She always put on a good face, but inside she was dying. She's a great actress."
Oprah interview

Demi LovatoDemi Lovato

DEMI LOVATO recently wrote a blog to reach out to people struggling with eating disorders, Hollywood news has learned. And her most important piece of advice is: “speak up and seek professional help.”

Fresh from waging war against the Disney Channel for making a joke about eating disorders in one of its shows, Demi came out with a blog on Seventeen magazine’s website entitled “My Battle With Eating Disorders,” in which she talks about her own struggles with the disease and offers sound advice to others who are going through it as well.

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