Cryonics has its share of celebrity supporters and other high-profile cases. The following list mostly excludes people primarily known as futurists.
- Walt Disney was never suspended
- Paris Hilton and her pets were reportedly signed up with the Cryonics Institute since 2007 However according to Maria Konovalenko this appears to be a media hoax. She may have been influenced by her magician partner Curtis Eugene Lovell II
- Gore Vidal (died 2012) - author, was a supporter but it's unclear if he was ever suspended.
- Muhammed Ali (died 2016) - Boxer and activist. Visited a facility in 1992. Unclear whether he was suspended after his death.
- Lucy Liu - actress, once quoted as saying "When I die, I wish to be cryogenically frozen in Nan Kempner's closet". Not to be confused with her Futurama appearance in 'I Dated a Robot'
- Dick Clair (died 1988) - Actor - Died amidst legal dramas
- Ted Williams (died 2002) - Baseball player, suspended at Alcor in 2002
- Arthur C Clarke - science fiction author and cryonics supporter. However he was buried rather than vitrified in 2008.
- Kim Suozzi (died 2013) - Young American woman who had a high media profile and kept a video diary around her terminal illness and crowd funded suspension at Alcor
- JS (died 2016) - 14 year old British girl who won a right to be cryopreserved against the wishes of one parent, sparking calls for a stronger regulatory framework
- Larry Flynt - Publisher and pornographer - Enrolled with Alcor since 1986. Referenced in an episode of Castle in this context
- Peter Thiel - Silicon Valley venture capitalist signed up for many years
- Simon Cowell - British TV presenter, since 2009
- Britney Spears - Singer, revealed in 2010
- Seth MacFarlane - Family guy writer and voice actor supported some time before 2011
- Larry King - TV and Radio host, emerged 2011
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