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1. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
Dwayne spoke about his own experience of depression on Oprah’s Master Class.
2. Wentworth Miller
Wentworth Miller wrote about his struggle with depression when a meme mocking his weight went viral.
3. Buzz Aldrin
Following the death of Robin Williams, Aldrin wrote about his own depression.
4. Leonard Cohen
In an interview, Cohen mentioned that he felt his depression needed to be “addressed on the fundamental level of consciousness.”
5. Wayne Brady
Comedian Wayne Brady opened up about his depression in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
6. Jon Hamm
The actor discussed taking antidepressants and receiving therapy in an interview with The Guardian.
7. David Letterman
Speaking to Bloomberg, Letterman talked about his history of depression and how he came to start taking medication.
8. Brad Pitt
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Pitt discussed how he dealt with depression in the ’90s.
9. Alec Baldwin
Alec Baldwin talked about his experience with depression in a conversation with Dick Cavett for the New York Times.
10. Jim Carrey
During an interview with correspondent Steve Kroft, Jim Carrey opened up about having taken medication for his depression.
11. Kendrick Lamar
In a radio interview with 93.7 The Beat, Lamar talked in detail about depression and its influence on his music.
12. Anthony Hopkins
Anthony Hopkins told The Independent that his wife saved him from depression.
13. Trent Reznor
Trent Reznor discussed coming to terms with his depression in an interview with The Guardian.
14. Zach Braff
Zach Braff talked about his battle with depression in an interview with The Jewish Chronicle.
15. Conan O’Brien
In an interview with Howard Stern, O’Brien discussed getting help for depression.
16. Wil Wheaton
Wil Wheaton often writes about his own experiences with depression on his website.
17. Jared Padalecki
Supernatural actor Jared Padalecki is a vocal supporter of mental health awareness with his Always Keep Fighting campaign, and regularly talks candidly about his own depression.