70 Famous Dyslexics: 51-70

Craig McCawCraig McCaw
He found success in the cable and cellular phone industry after filling left out and struggling in school.

Vince McMahonVince McMahon
The owner of the World Wrestling Foundation is said to have dyslexia and attention deficit disorder.

Alyssa MilanoAlyssa Milano
She writes down her lines to become more familiar with them.

Vince NeilVince Neil
The Motley Crue lead singer was kicked out of school and later found out he is dyslexic.

Jamie OliverJamie Oliver
“Reading bores me to death as I’m dyslexic; I’ve honestly never read a book from cover to cover in my life.”– Jamie Oliver

Ozzy OsbourneOzzy Osbourne
The singer says that he began drinking because he struggled to deal with is learning disability.

Pablo PicassoPablo Picasso
Dyslexia made school difficult so he never gained much from his education and the difficulty plagued him for the rest of his life.

Keanu ReevesKeanu Reeves
Excelled in hockey more than academics.

Guy RitchieGuy Ritchie
Madonna’s other half was expelled from Stanbridge Earls School which is one of the most prominent schools specializing in dyslexia in the UK.

Babe RuthBabe Ruth
Baseball player.

Suzanne SomersSuzanne Somers
She excelled in artistic expression but not in her other subjects.

Steven SpielbergSteven Spielberg
The highest grossing filmmaker of all time.

Ted TurnerTed Turner
The founder of CNN is dyslexic and bipolar.

Liv TylerLiv Tyler
Tyler says, “My diary is a disaster – sometimes I can’t even read it. I can’t spell at all, it’s embarrassing. Thank God for spell check on computers. I’ll spell the same word completely differently in the same sentence.”

James Van Der BeekJames Van Der Beek
He was diagnosed as dyslexic in kindergarten and went on to become an honors student.

George WashingtonGeorge Washington
The first President of the United States is said to have been dyslexic.

Robbie WilliamsRobbie Williams
The singer is outspoken about his dyslexia and doesn’t let it hold him back.

Robin WilliamsRobin Williams

Woodrow WilsonWoodrow Wilson
The 28th President of the United States was a poor student and still couldn’t read at age ten which historians believe is because he was dyslexic.

Henry WinklerHenry Winkler
He struggled throughout school and discovered he was dyslexic while making a documentary about dyslexia.

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