Skip to comments.List of Republican celebrities
Posted on 01/01/2005 2:57:11 AM PST by bad company
John Perry Barlow
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter
Mary Higgins Clark
Todd Brendan Fahey
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Dennis Hopper Kathy Ireland
Nicole Johnson, former Miss America
James Earl Jones
Dr. Phil McGraw
Sydney Pollack, donated money to Republican candidate
John Popper, lead singer of Blues Traveler
Freddie Prinze, Jr
. Dennis Quaid
Cal Ripken, Jr.
The Rock (Dwayne Johnson)
Michael W. Smith
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Reggie White>p> Heather Whitestone, former Miss America
Hank Williams, Jr.
Lee Ann Womack
James Woods, some< sources say he is, another says he claimed to be a lifelong Democrat on Charly Rose
I normally dont think about (or care) about a particular person's politics if they are on a show I am watching...
I read this somewhere. I believe they made this list simply based on one or two commentaries on certain issue that the "celebrity" made. Based on this kind of standard, they should put Bill Cosby too.
Yaphet Kotto, "G", the Lt. from "Homicide Life on the Street", campaigned for Steve Forbes in 2000.
He's from Ireland. When did he (if he even did) become a US citizen?
I don't know what party he is registered with, but he is pretty conservative. I heard him on the Sean Hannity show, he called in to defend Bush and his approach to the WOT. Woods also stated that he has a degree in Political Science, from MIT (!), and therefore (I paraphrase): unlike some other hollywood celebs he actually knows what he's talking about.
It was a great radio moment.
Rob Lowe must have changed at some point. In 1988, he stumped for Dukakis - and was caught in that sex/video scandal while at the Dem convention.
Also, Gene Simmons, while huge on the WOT, has said on more than one occasion that his personal/social beliefs were far more in line with the Dems than with the Reps.
Unfortunately, not anymore.
Stallone and David Spade are NOT Republicans.
Dean Cain (according to newsmeat.com) has given money to both parties.
The whole thing is a three ring circus.
He's undoubtedly a brilliant man-especially for someone who makes a living in Hollywood-who would make a fine Republican, especially as a candidate for public office in the future.
-good times, G.J.P. (Jr.)
There goes the list's credibility.