Celebrities who have filed for Bankruptcy

When facing financial difficulties you shouldn’t feel like you are the only one having money troubles. You may feel embarrassed and isolated. This shame adds emotional distress to your financial concerns.  Don’t be reluctant to file for bankruptcy out of fear that you will be considered failures by your family or irresponsible by the public.  We can help you turn lemons into lemonade!  When facing bankruptcy it is important to realize you are not alone and that bankruptcy is not necessarily the end of your financial life. Many, including famous celebrities, have faced similar financial problems and found filing for bankruptcy to be their solution.  You may be able to use it as an opportunity to regain control of your finances as many of these people have done.

Below is a list of some of celebrities including artists, athletes, authors, actors, and businessmen who filed for bankruptcy.

  • Actor Stephen Baldwin
  • Famous Circus promoter P.T. Barnum
  • Actress Kim Basiger
  • “The Wizard of Oz” author L. Frank Baum
  • “The Soprano’s” Actress Lorraine Bracco
  • Grammy-award winning R&B singer Toni Braxton (filed twice)
  • Actor Gary Busey
  • Singer Natalie Cole
  • Actor Gary Coleman
  • Former Texas Governor John Conally
  • Mickey Mouse creator Walt Disney
  • Rock Singer Mick Fleetwood
  • The Dutchess of York, Sarah Ferguson
  • Auto manufacturing pioneer Henry Ford
  • Singer Marvin Gaye
  • Former President of the United States and Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant
  • Ketchup manufacturer Henry Heinz
  • Chocolate manufacturer Milton Hershey
  • Patriot and US President Thomas Jefferson
  • 5 time Olympic medalist Marion Jones
  • Pop singer Cindi Lauper
  • Comic book creator of “Spider-man” Stan Lee
  • Rock Singer Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Former US President Abraham Lincoln
  • Entertainer Ed McMann
  • Rock Singer  Meatloaf (filed twice)
  • Famous Dutch painter Rembrandt Haremenszoon Van Rijn
  • Rock Singer Tom Petty
  • Model Anna Nicole Smith
  • Billionaire Donald Trump

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