Actress Cybill Shepherd and model Camille Donatacci, wife of actor Kelsey Grammer, although neither of them is very high profile about it now. Maybe it's just that they aren't high profile anymore in general, or maybe they improved or got tired of the tabloids or whatever and moved on. Also, one of the young female golfers whose name escapes me at the moment. The sister, who is also a golfer, has CFIDS.I do wish that somebody famous would come out publicly take up the cause on an ongoing basis, just as many high profile people take up the causes that affect them or their families, but considering so many average IBSers will not discuss it publicly either, in a way, I can't blame the celebrities who don't want to be tabloid fodder any more than they already are. But as I have said many times before on this BB and elsewhere, if more of us, famous and not famous, do not come out and make people with IBS an organized, ongoing public presence, things are going to change very, very slowly. Coming out won't cause a sea change overnight by any means, but it would make a difference.