Celebrities With Antisocial Personality Disorder

Award-winning movies featuring characters with antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is more common than you think; 23 % of award-winning films showcase characters suffering from ASPD. While many famous on-screen characters suffer from this common disorder, real-life personalities too suffer from ASPD. Since the condition is pretty common, don't be surprised if you come across your favorite personality in our list of celebrities with antisocial personality disorder.
Birthday: 12 December 1863
Died On: 23 1944
Famous As: Norwegian Painter Best Known for His Works: ‘The Scream’, ‘Madonna’ and ‘The Sick Child’

It is believed that Edvard Munch had a mental condition, which was probably the cause of his antisocial demeanor. Some feel that his paintings reflected his mental state.

Birthday: 01 January 1919
Died On: 27 January 2010
Famous As: American Author Best Known for His Novel 'The Catcher in the Rye'
J D Salinger isolated himself from the hubbub of urban life and moved to the suburbs after the release of his novel 'The Catcher in the Rye'. He was unhappy when he was invited for social events and complained, "why can't my life be my own?".
Birthday: 18 February 1950
Died On: 06 August 2009
Famous As: American Filmmaker Known for His Coming-Of-Age Teen Comedy Films with Honest Depictions of Suburban Teenage Life
Despite being a successful filmmaker in the 1980s and early 1990s and creating a legacy for himself, John Hughes retired in his prime in 1994.
Birthday: 20 July 1933
Age: 90
Famous As: One of the Greatest Contemporary American Writers Who is Known for His Graphic Depictions of Violence

Cormac McCarthy is known to write books with antisocial characters. He has a minimal circle of people with whom he hangs out and rarely gives interviews.

Birthday: 10 December 1830
Died On: 15 May 1886
Famous As: One of the Leading 19th-Century American Poets

Emily Dickinson was diagnosed with nervous prostration, which is believed to be the reason for her seclusion. However, later researchers have claimed different reasons for self-isolation.