10 Famous Faces Shining a Light on Mental Health 

Demi Lovato 

This singer and actress has been open about her battles with bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and addiction. She is a vocal advocate for mental health awareness and founded the Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program to help others access treatment.  

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson 

The Rock, known for his tough-guy persona, has surprised many by sharing his struggles with depression. He encourages others to talk about their mental health and has partnered with the Jed Foundation to promote suicide prevention among young adults.  

Lady Gaga 

Lady Gaga has spoken openly about her experiences with depression and anxiety, highlighting the importance of self-compassion and seeking help. She is the co-founder of the Born This Way Foundation, which aims to create a kinder and braver world for all.  

Michael Phelps

The most decorated Olympian of all time has used his platform to raise awareness about depression and anxiety. He founded the Michael Phelps Foundation to advocate for mental health resources for children.  

Prince Harry 

Prince Harry has been candid about his struggles with grief and mental health following the death of his mother, Princess Diana. He co-founded the Heads Together campaign to encourage open conversations about mental health in the UK. 

Glenn Close 

The Oscar-nominated actress has been a longtime advocate for mental health awareness, particularly for those with bipolar disorder. She co-founded the Bring Change to Mind campaign to end stigma and discrimination against people with mental illness.  

Kendrick Lamar 

The Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper has used his music to explore themes of anxiety, depression, and addiction. He has spoken openly about his own struggles with mental health and encourages others to seek help.  

Selena Gomez 

This singer and actress has been open about her battles with anxiety and depression, and her advocacy work has helped to destigmatize mental illness among young people. She is the founder of the Rare Impact Fund, which supports mental health initiatives.  

Ryan Reynolds

The comedic actor has spoken out about his experiences with anxiety and depression, and his humor has helped to make mental health conversations more relatable. He is a co-founder of the Mental Health Matters campaign to encourage men to seek help for mental illness. 

Kristen Bell

The actress and co-founder of the Hello Sunshine company is a vocal advocate for mental health awareness. She has spoken openly about her own struggles with anxiety and depression and is a champion for destigmatizing mental illness.