Gary Coleman

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Gary Coleman
Name: Coleman, Gary
Birth: February 8, 1968
Death: May 28, 2010
Job: Actor
Ethnicity: black

By including this public figure on this wiki, we are not necessarily implying they are incel (involuntarily celibate) or are in any way associated with incels. Furthermore, with regards to any actual incels listed on this wiki, inceldom is a life circumstance, not an insult or a movement/community.

Gary Coleman (1968-2010) was a heightcel who carried the unusual distinction of becoming a 40-year-old-virgin after decades of celebrity status.

Mr. Coleman allegedly got laid two short years before his death (after marrying someone half his age, named, "Shannon Price").

His height qualified as dwarfism at 4′ 8″.


Gary said his virgin status was indeed involuntary, stating shortly before his death:

I don’t choose to be one, I just am. I have love in my heart, I have the desire; I just don’t know what it is.

—Gary Coleman[1]

Outside sources attribute his incel to ailing health.[2]


Gary and his first girlfriend: "Anna Grey"

Gary had at one point a girlfriend named Anna Grey, and it is unknown why they never had sex. They broke up and Anna become a CEO for Gary's company. At 40 years old, two years before his death, Gary allegedly lost his virginity to his first and only wife, "Shannon Price" but this has been disputed. He insisted after losing his virginity, that he wasn't, "saving himself", for any particular person.[3]

Gary and his ex-wife: Shannon Price

Shannon and Gary eventually divorced and Gary issued a restraining order against Shannon.[4]

Somehow, Shannon managed to talk to doctors tending to Gary while Gary in a coma. Gary's living will said to leave him on life support for at least 15 days in the event of an accident. Ignoring Gary's will, Shannon proceeded to order the doctors to remove Gary from life support, which they did.[5]

Afterward, Shannon lost a battle over Gary's estate to Gary's ex-girlfriend.[6]

Notable Filmography[edit]

He was best known for his part in, "Diff'rent Strokes".

Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Willis?

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