Famous People File For Bankruptcy

What do all these people have in common?

PT Barnum, circus promoter
L. Frank Baum, author of “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”
Kim Bassinger, model and actress
Lorraine Bracco, actress and model
Gary Busey, actor and reality tv star
Jose Canseco, athlete
George Clinton, musician
Gary Coleman, child actor
John Connally, former Texas governor
Francis Ford Coppola, director
David Crosby, musician
Walt Disney, creator of Mickey Mouse
Lenny Dykstra, athlete
Mick Fleetwood, musician
Henry Ford, auto magnate
Charles Goodyear, inventor of vulcanized rubber
Ulysses S. Grant, president and Civil War general
Merle Haggard, musician
Dorothy Hamill, figure skater
MC Hammer, hip hop artist
Henry Heinz, ketchup magnate
Sherman Hemsley, actor
Milton Hershey, chocolate magnate
Michael Jackson, musician
Thomas Jefferson, president
Larry King, talk show host
Bowie Kuhn, former baseball commissioner
Stan Lee, comic book writer and former president and chairman of Marvel Comics
Jerry Lee Lewis, musician
Abraham Lincoln, president
Vince Neil, musician
Willie Nelson, musician
Wayne Newton, entertainer
Burt Reynolds, actor
Mickey Rooney, actor
Anna Nicole Smith, model
Donald Trump, businessman and reality tv star
Mark Twain, author and humorist
Mike Tyson, boxer
Oscar Wilde, playwright
Johnny Unitas, athlete

They all filed for bankruptcy.

You aren’t alone. Many people file for bankruptcy, include many celebrities and famous people. For many people bankruptcy is an opportunity to eliminate debt and receive a fresh start.

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Please note: information for this article was found on CNNDailyfinance.com and The Wall Street Journal.