Real and Fictional Agoraphobics

Paula Deen had agoraphobia at one point in her life

Olivia Hussey also had agoraphobia at one point in her life

Philip K. Dick, American science fiction writer

Woody Allen, American film director

Kim Basinger, American actress

Roy Castle, British TV presenter

Ronald Jones (musician), American musician, guitarist for Flaming Lips

Elfriede Jelinek, Nobel laureate for Literature, 2004

Rose McGowan, stars as Paige Matthews in WB's hit show 'Charmed'

Matthew Malone from Game On

Arthur "Boo" Radley from the novel To Kill A Mockingbird

Ambrose Monk the brother of Adrian Monk from the television series Monk. Despite his agoraphobia he has made a decent living writing manuals for electronics.

Dr. Helen Hudson, a Sigourney Weaver's character, in Copycat.

Auric Goldfinger, in Ian Fleming's Goldfinger (James Bond Novel)

Pearl Burton from Family Guy episode Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows

Father Jack Hackett from Father Ted was claimed agoraphobic by Ted in the episode 'Are you Right There, Father Ted?'

Wanda from Corner Gas.

In Stark Raving Dad, Homer Simpson meets an agoraphobe in a mental institution.

Harold Smith in the television series Twin Peaks.

Ken Rosenberg in the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Sheila Jackson from Channel 4 drama Shameless.