Seven Graham

Seven Graham is a British intersex activist, comedian, filmmaker, playwright, and drug addiction counsellor. They were a member of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs and are a co-founder of the Amy Winehouse Foundation. In recognition of their intersex activism, The Independent on Sunday called them an LGBT "national treasure" and ranked them second in its 2015 "Rainbow List" of the most influential LGBT people in the UK.[3] In 2017 they wrote and performed in a solo play called Angels are Intersex, and in 2018 they executive produced the short film Ponyboi, by River Gallo.[4]

Seven Graham
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Date of birth April 1969
Nationality British
Pronouns they/them
Gender identity transmasc[1]/nonbinary[2]
Occupation activist, comedian, counsellor, playwright, filmmaker



  1. Instagram bio as of 25 August 2020
  2. Graham, Seven [@AddictionExpert] (13 September 2019). "@GrenvilleAndrew @marumatchboxuk @marumatchbox I'm a part of @bbcglobalminds and ? some questionnaires let me specify 3rd gender - #intersex #nonbinary. Others just give 'prefer not to say' #annoying! Also ?s your deal with @BBC. @BBCNews Some surveys just harvest unrelated data" – via Twitter. line feed character in |title= at position 62 (help)
  3. "Acclaimed solo show Angels are Intersex starts touring next year!". Intersex Campaign for Equality. November 8, 2017. Retrieved 2019-09-22.
  4. Galland, Suzannah (2017-08-28). "Being Born Both: Sarah Graham's Solo Show 'Angels Are Intersex'". HuffPost. Retrieved 2019-09-24.
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