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Boycott Hollywood Anti-Americans List Updated
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Posted on 02/07/2003 7:22:37 AM PST by jonalvy44

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To: goodnesswins
Also conspicuous by his absence on the list is Viggo Mortensen-Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings films. His appearance on Charley Rose, in which he wore his "No Blood for Oil" T-shirt was the first time I heard that pithy slogan.
51 posted on 02/07/2003 10:33:14 AM PST by Sans-Culotte
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To: pghkevin
Kevin, I thought Ron Silver was as far left as they get. I've seen him on various shows over the years, and he was a pretty big supporter of Billy Jeff.

Not trying to be a smart a$$ (ok, maybe I am), but you might want to check the spelling on your tag line, i.e. 'huging' your kids. My two teenagers will let me hug them, but only when they can't be seen by their friends. Nathan, OTOH, gives me great belches when I hug him, and he's getting 'huger' by the day...he'll be 1 year old in two weeks.

No doubt that the Oz is not a member of the Hollywood Left. That guy's definitely in his own universe.

52 posted on 02/07/2003 10:39:22 AM PST by Night Hides Not
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To: jonalvy44
if you can believe this, Richard Gere chastised Clinton!

Smear by Gere Brings Jeer and Sneer


The fallout continues from Richard Gere's verbal jab at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) during a black-tie benefit Monday night in Manhattan.

According to New York Magazine's upcoming Intelligencer column, Clinton had already departed Cipriani 42nd Street restaurant when speechmaker Gere announced at the American Foundation for AIDS Research event: "Senator Clinton, I'm sorry, your husband did nothing for AIDS for eight years."

There were gasps from the crowd including Sharon Stone, Ralph Lauren, Natasha Richardson and Lorne Michaels -- and a sneer from Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.). Actually, more than a sneer.

"He's such a jerk," the magazine quotes Dodd as saying. "That was just rude. I would love to get him and Hillary in a room alone together. Let's see what would happen then."

Yesterday we wanted to ask Dodd if he was trying to become the Don King of the Senate. But Dodd's spokesman, Marvin Fast, dodged and weaved. "Clearly," Fast parried, "there were those in the room who would have liked to have seen more of the 'Officer and a Gentleman' side of Gere."

Gere publicist Alan Nierob told us his client was unavailable and in Europe promoting his movie, "Chicago" -- for which he just won a Golden Globe best actor award and is in contention for an Oscar nod. "If Senator Dodd wants to make an issue of it, that's okay," Nierob said. "I just hope he's not a member of the Academy."
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A37895-2003Feb6.html
53 posted on 02/07/2003 10:40:17 AM PST by OceanKing
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To: lawgirl; CaptRon
I'm assuming that he's listed twice(15 and 80) and this is not meant to include Aerosmith's guitarist.
54 posted on 02/07/2003 10:40:24 AM PST by gundog
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To: pghkevin
add John Larroquette...he's a libertarian
55 posted on 02/07/2003 10:43:28 AM PST by Tuxedo
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To: jonalvy44
Bradley Whitford? Darn. You mean I can never watch Revenge of the Nerds 2 again?

</sarcasm

56 posted on 02/07/2003 10:45:00 AM PST by YourAdHere (Why does it burn when I pee?)
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To: jonalvy44
Jay Leno? I doubt this one.
57 posted on 02/07/2003 10:47:06 AM PST by lawgirl (FREEP Congress- we need Bush's judicial nominees approved!)
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To: goodnesswins
WMDys
58 posted on 02/07/2003 10:48:35 AM PST by unspun ("Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such a)
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To: Tuxedo
add John Larroquette...he's a libertarian

tee hee hee

59 posted on 02/07/2003 10:49:16 AM PST by unspun ("Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such a)
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To: jonalvy44
Re this entire post:

Good ideas here but much too complicated.....Just boycott all movies...No need to scratch heads and see who is or isn't in a production. These films have approximately zero intellectual value and are geared to folks "hooked on phonics".

For the most part, these people are just uneducated entertainers who are trying to get some attention....truly pathetic folks.

Take up tennis or learn the piano...spend some time reading...The hell with Hollyweird and their anti-American..anti-Christian garbage!!


60 posted on 02/07/2003 10:51:19 AM PST by rmvh
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To: Maigrey
Drew Carey and Bo Derek.
61 posted on 02/07/2003 10:51:59 AM PST by ewing
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To: pghkevin
I understand Kelsie Grammar (excuse the spelling) of "Fraiser" is conservative.
62 posted on 02/07/2003 10:52:26 AM PST by NEWwoman
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To: pghkevin
Clint Eastwood and Kurt Russell also lean heavily towards our side, on the libertarian wing.
63 posted on 02/07/2003 10:53:58 AM PST by ewing
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To: jonalvy44
So are you going to add THE POPE to the List?

While not Hollywood, he certainly is a Celebrity!


RamS
64 posted on 02/07/2003 11:15:17 AM PST by RamingtonStall (Ride Hard and far! ..... and with GPS, Know where you are!)
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To: Ms. Annie Oakley
#3..Sadly, Ed Harris is one of the more vocal & annoying.

He recently, at some event, said 'you think Bush is a real man....he's not a real man'--then went on to describe how he thinks Bush is not a real man...

Ed Harris has a big mouth & a bigger ego.

I use to enjoy his work.....but no more.

65 posted on 02/07/2003 11:39:53 AM PST by Guenevere (...Lord of the Rings trilogy)
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To: goodnesswins
#7...As much as I hate to admit it, you need to add Viggo Mortenson....sigh....

But while you're at it.....let's start a list of those in Hollywoodland who seem positive in support of our President.

The one who tops my list is Sean Astin.

Therefore, for me, Astin cancels out Mortenson, so I can go see Lord of the Rings..with a clear conscience :^

66 posted on 02/07/2003 11:43:30 AM PST by Guenevere (...Lord of the Rings trilogy)
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To: All
I'm not sure about his beliefs but Hank Williams, Jr. was with Bush on several campaign stops when he was running. Probably a lot of CW entertainers might be conserative. Charlie Daniels is I think also.
69 posted on 02/07/2003 12:14:47 PM PST by TXLady
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To: Bigg Red
Well, now I know who:

Born in Guyana, actress C.C.H. Pounder made her first film appearance as a nurse in Bob Fosse's All That Jazz (1979). Pounder went on to play key roles in such films as Prizzi's Honor (1986) and Bagdad Café (1989). Her first TV-series assignment was as husband-murderer Dawn Murphy in the wacked-out Fox Network sitcom Women in Prison

is.
70 posted on 02/07/2003 1:20:18 PM PST by razorback-bert
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To: goodnesswins
the Charlies Angels Bimbos...they have a new movie coming out too. BZZZZZZZZ
71 posted on 02/07/2003 1:29:02 PM PST by finnman69 (!)
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To: jonalvy44
Add Dennis Miller to the good guys list.
72 posted on 02/07/2003 1:30:03 PM PST by finnman69 (!)
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To: jonalvy44
We must boycott the Oscars!
73 posted on 02/07/2003 1:30:16 PM PST by Lopeover
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To: jonalvy44
This petition did NOT call for a boycott! It simply states that these Celebrity pundits do NOT speak for most Americans and that they allowed to have undue influence over the National conversation about the War on Terror and the possible War against Iraq.

I totally agree that they're given way too much air time; the media are their biggest fans, after all! Nothing like being able to score an interview with a Hollywood celeb, and letting them spout their nonsense. It makes the interviewer feel good to be seen with said celebrity.

74 posted on 02/07/2003 2:00:15 PM PST by SuziQ
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To: Lopeover
I think a real orchestrated boycott of the Oscars - Their Night To Shine would be fantastic. Count me in.

75 posted on 02/07/2003 3:05:07 PM PST by Republican Red
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To: jonalvy44
Hi everyone. I've read the post on FR for a long, long time, but this is the first time I've written. Hope I'm doing it right. Did anyone mention Pat Sajak for the "good" list? I hear he's got a new show on Fox News, too.
76 posted on 02/07/2003 3:12:37 PM PST by Softballmom
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To: goodnesswins
You seem to have left Dustin Hoffman off your alphabetical list.
77 posted on 02/07/2003 3:21:49 PM PST by Rocky
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To: Rocky
The updated list.....

Altman, Robert
Anderson, Gillian
Asner, Ed
Baldwin, Alex
Basinger, Kim
Begley, Ed, Jr
Belafonte, Harry
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
Browne, Jackson
Carroll, Diahann
CCH Pounder
Cheadle, Don
Clayburgh, Jill
Clennon, David
Clooney, George
Coyote, Peter
Crouse, Lindsay
Crowe, Sheryl
Cusak, Joan
Cusak, John
Daley, Tyne
Damon, Matt
Danson, Ted
D'Onofrio, Vincent
Duchovny, David
Dukakis, Olympia
Dutton, Charles S.
Earle, Steven
Elizondo, Hector
Elwes, Cary
Farrell, Mike
Farrow, Mia
Fishburne, Laurence
Flanery, Sean Patrick
Fonda, Jane
Franklin, Bonnie
Garafalo, Jeananne
Gilbert, Melissa
Glover, Danny
Gould, Elliot
Guillaume, Robert
Harrelson, Woody
Harris, Ed
Hawke, Ethan
Hoffman, Dustin
Howard, Ken
Hunt, Helen
Huston, Angelica
Jackon, Samuel
Kaczmarek, Jane
Kanakaredes, Melina
Kasem, Casey
Kirkland, Sally
Lange, Jessica
Leoni, Tea
Malick, Wendie
Manheim, Camryn
Mason, Marsha
Masur, Richard
Matthews, Dave
Moby
Moore, Michael
Morales, Esai
Mortensen, Viggo
Noth, Chris
O'Neill, Ed
Oprah
Paul, Alexandra
Penn, Sean
Raitt, Bonnie
Redford, Robert
Reiner, Carl
REM
Robbins, Tim
Roberts, Eric
Roberts, Julia
Sarandon, Susan
Shalhoub, Tony
Sheen, Martin
Spacey, Kevin
Steinem, Gloria
Stone, Oliver
Strassman, Marcia
Streisand, Barbara
Swit, Loretta
Terkel, Studs
Tomlin, Lily
Turner, Kathleen
Underwood, Blair
Weaver, Dennis
Whitford, Bradley
Whitford, Bradley
Whitmore, James
Woodard, Alfre
Wyle, Noah
78 posted on 02/07/2003 3:28:53 PM PST by goodnesswins (Thank the Military for your freedom and security....and thank a Rich person for jobs.)
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To: goodnesswins
Is there an updated good guy/girl list?
81 posted on 02/07/2003 3:56:41 PM PST by ewing
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To: Guenevere
Viggo was a BIG disappointment for me, since he's my ultimate "hottie-of-the-month", but I try to keep it in perspective: I like the character he plays - I don't like his political opinions.
So, Aragorn is the ultimate sexy, butt-kicking warrior, and Viggo is just a wimpy poet/actor who doesn't look very handsome outside of his Aragorn persona.
82 posted on 02/07/2003 4:01:40 PM PST by HanneyBean
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To: ewing
I'm not in charge of THAT list...LOL.
83 posted on 02/07/2003 4:17:31 PM PST by goodnesswins (Thank the Military for your freedom and security....and thank a Rich person for jobs.)
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To: goodnesswins
The ones that were not on the previous good guy list. Amy Grant, Clint Eastwood, Kurt Russell and Dennis Miller
84 posted on 02/07/2003 4:23:44 PM PST by ewing
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To: goodnesswins
Is Whitford, Bradley so bad that you had to put him on the list twice?
85 posted on 02/07/2003 4:36:22 PM PST by mollynme
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To: Maigrey
Charlton Heaston!
86 posted on 02/07/2003 4:38:35 PM PST by irishtenor
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To: jonalvy44
You forgot Carl's son, Rob Reiner.
87 posted on 02/07/2003 4:48:25 PM PST by Bonaparte
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To: SassyinLa
Roberts and what about Ben Affleck?
88 posted on 02/07/2003 5:00:01 PM PST by Let's Roll (Whether we bring our enemies to justice, or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done.)
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To: blackbart1
Re whether to boycott or not ... I've found that once I know they are anti-American, I just don't want to watch them anymore. Especially, the obnoxious ones like Martin Sheen, Julia Roberts. I find my mind wandering during their movies or tv shows and wondering how they can be so deluded and hate filled toward a country that has made their privileged lives possible?

So then having lost interest in the plot etc., I find myself just changing the channel or whatever. In other words, their actions result in a self-enforcing boycott for me.

89 posted on 02/07/2003 5:08:48 PM PST by Let's Roll (Whether we bring our enemies to justice, or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done.)
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To: mollynme
Nope....but it sure is nice to have free proof readers. I don't even no Whitford Bradley, I don't think.
90 posted on 02/07/2003 5:28:55 PM PST by goodnesswins (Thank the Military for your freedom and security....and thank a Rich person for jobs.)
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To: Greybird
Add Howard Stern to pro military action list. He says "bomb them back to the stone age" or "Kill all anti-americans" atleast once every day on the air.
91 posted on 02/07/2003 5:29:48 PM PST by Lockbar
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To: All
Updated Again....

Affleck, Ben
Altman, Robert
Anderson, Gillian
Asner, Ed
Baldwin, Alex
Basinger, Kim
Begley, Ed, Jr
Belafonte, Harry
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
Browne, Jackson
Carroll, Diahann
CCH Pounder
Cheadle, Don
Clayburgh, Jill
Clennon, David
Clooney, George
Coyote, Peter
Crouse, Lindsay
Crowe, Sheryl
Cusak, Joan
Cusak, John
Daley, Tyne
Damon, Matt
Danson, Ted
D'Onofrio, Vincent
Duchovny, David
Dukakis, Olympia
Dutton, Charles S.
Earle, Steven
Elizondo, Hector
Elwes, Cary
Farrell, Mike
Farrow, Mia
Fishburne, Laurence
Flanery, Sean Patrick
Fonda, Jane
Franklin, Bonnie
Garafalo, Jeananne
Gilbert, Melissa
Glover, Danny
Gould, Elliot
Guillaume, Robert
Harrelson, Woody
Harris, Ed
Hawke, Ethan
Hoffman, Dustin
Howard, Ken
Hunt, Helen
Huston, Angelica
Jackon, Samuel
Kaczmarek, Jane
Kanakaredes, Melina
Kasem, Casey
Kirkland, Sally
Lange, Jessica
Leoni, Tea
Malick, Wendie
Manheim, Camryn
Mason, Marsha
Masur, Richard
Matthews, Dave
Moby
Moore, Michael
Morales, Esai
Mortensen, Viggo
Noth, Chris
O'Neill, Ed
Oprah
Paul, Alexandra
Penn, Sean
Raitt, Bonnie
Redford, Robert
Reiner, Carl
Reiner, Rob
REM
Robbins, Tim
Roberts, Eric
Roberts, Julia
Sarandon, Susan
Shalhoub, Tony
Sheen, Martin
Spacey, Kevin
Steinem, Gloria
Stone, Oliver
Strassman, Marcia
Streisand, Barbara
Swit, Loretta
Terkel, Studs
Tomlin, Lily
Turner, Kathleen
Underwood, Blair
Weaver, Dennis
Whitford, Bradley
Whitmore, James
Woodard, Alfre
Wyle, Noah

92 posted on 02/07/2003 5:30:20 PM PST by goodnesswins (Thank the Military for your freedom and security....and thank a Rich person for jobs.)
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To: Marysecretary
Ken Howard is an ass, regardless of his political leanings.
93 posted on 02/07/2003 5:33:35 PM PST by william clark
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To: goodnesswins
Wouldn't it have been easier to just say "all of Hollywood" and then name the half dozen conservatives? (the good guys)

Actually, it's not really Hollywood. Who supports Hollywood? Look no further than the acadamy awards night. It's people from Texas, Tennessee, Ohio, Washington, Colorado, Illinios, Indiana, Maine, etc, etc, etc.....They are all there in mass.

94 posted on 02/07/2003 5:37:18 PM PST by Joe Hadenuf
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To: goodnesswins
good job, you can add this bunch. They all bashed Bush on the way in to the Staples center, especially Brosnan (I'm sorry to say)

AP) (LOS ANGELES) ) It's only rock 'n roll - with a message - as veteran rockers the Rolling Stones turned a free concert into an effort to raise awareness about global warming.

"You know something, we're all here ... for a very good cause, and you should all feel good about yourselves," lead singer Mick Jagger said on stage at the Staples Center on Thursday.

The concert took place in an area that's one of the nation's smoggiest, despite strict statewide standards for motor vehicle emissions. The event was organized by the Natural Resources Defense Council, a nonprofit activist group.

Former President Clinton introduced the Stones with a speech about the dangers of global warming, telling the audience it is up to average citizens to "stop the planet from burning up."

"The reason this concert is important is that the old energy economy that's cheating us as a planet is very well organized, highly centralized, rich as can be and very well politically connected," Clinton said. "And the new energy future is decentralized, entrepreneurial and needs people like you to say, `Give me a clean car, give me solar shingles to put on my roof ... Give me a clean future."'

In introducing the band, Mr. Clinton invoked one of the group's biggest hits: "Even though the Stones once said 'It's only rock 'n' roll' - tonight it's way more than rock 'n' roll," he said.

The band then opened the show with "Start Me Up," followed by "Street Fighting Man" and "You Got Me Rocking." The night was filled with a repertoire of past hits, including "Jumpin' Jack Flash," "Sympathy for the Devil" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," in which they lament women, consumerism and the world at large.

About 12,000 fans won tickets through an Internet drawing last month, while others received passes through nationwide radio station giveaways.

Among the Internet winners were Ken Fraser, 56, and his wife, Jane, 55, of Lake Forest, who said they were both Rolling Stones fans and supporters of the evening's environmental message.

"As we get older, we get more sympathetic toward the cause," Jane Fraser said. "I hope there's still a planet left for our grandchildren."

The concert brought out a number of celebrities: actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Pierce Brosnan, Cameron Diaz, Lisa Kudrow and director Rob Reiner.



95 posted on 02/07/2003 5:38:16 PM PST by WestCoastGal
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To: Joe Hadenuf
Academy, academy, academy,,,Boy you can tell I don't participate in that event. And I am in Cal.........LOL!

I have found that 95 percent of the people that turn out for the academy awards to gawk at the freaks are not from Hollywood, or Cal.

They are from all points in the country.

96 posted on 02/07/2003 5:40:39 PM PST by Joe Hadenuf
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To: jonalvy44
All the supposed stars you have mentioned are has beens.
There is no one on the list that is popular today and for good resons. They are getting too old and TOO STUPID!!!!!!!!!!
97 posted on 02/07/2003 5:43:22 PM PST by Radioactive
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To: pghkevin
Don't forget Cint Eastwood. A true samll government advocate.
98 posted on 02/07/2003 5:44:29 PM PST by Radioactive
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To: lawgirl
Jay Leno? I doubt this one.

Same here. His wife is a flamer+1/2

99 posted on 02/07/2003 5:49:38 PM PST by RckyRaCoCo
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To: jonalvy44
1. Martin Sheen
2. Alec Baldwin
3. Jessica Lange
4. Sean Penn
5. Susan Sarandon
6. Ed Harris
7. Woody Harrelson
8. John Cusak
9. Mike Farrell
10. Robert Altman
11. George Clooney
12. Barbara Streisand
13. Tyne Daley
14. Ed Asner
15. Bradley Whitford
16. Danny Glover
17. Casey Kasem
18. Sally Kirkland
19. Oliver Stone
20. Sheryl Crowe
21. Michael Moore
22. Harry Belafonte
23. Jane Fonda
24. Tim Robbins
25. Kevin Spacey
26. Steven Earle
27. Gillian Anderson
28. Kim Basinger
29. Ed Begley, Jr.
30. Jackson Browne
31. (REM)Peter Buck and Michael Stipe
32. Diahann Carroll
33. Don Cheadle
34. Jill Clayburgh
35. Peter Coyote
36. Lindsay Crouse
37. Matt Damon
38. Vincent D’Onofrio
39. David Duchovny
40. Olympia Dukakis
41. Charles S. Dutton
42. Hector Elizondo
43. Cary Elwes
44. Mia Farrow
45. Laurence Fishburne
46. Sean Patrick Flanery
47 Bonnie Franklin
48. Jeananne Garafalo
49. Melissa Gilbert 50. Elliott Gould
51. Robert Guillaume
52. Ethan Hawke
53. Ken Howard
54. Helen Hunt
55. Anjelica Huston
56. Samuel L. Jackson
57. Jane Kaczmarek
58. Melina Kanakaredes
59. Tea Leoni
60. Wendie Malick
61. Camryn Manheim
62. Marsha Mason
63. Richard Masur
64. Dave Matthews
65. Esai Morales
66. Ed O'’Neill
67. Chris Noth
68. Alexandra Paul
69. CCH Pounder
70. Bonnie Raitt
71. Carl Reiner
72. Tony Shalhoub
73. Gloria Steinem
74. Marcia Strassman
75. Loretta Swit
76. Studs Terkel
77. Lily Tomlin
78. Blair Underwood
79. Dennis Weaver
80. Bradley Whitford
81. James Whitmore
82. Alfre Woodard
83. Noah Wyle
84. Moby
85. Robert Redford
86. Kathleen Turner
87. Joan Cusak
88. Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream
89. Dustin Hoffman
100 posted on 02/07/2003 6:24:09 PM PST by ATOMIC_PUNK (An American Fellowship of Freedom loving Conservatives)
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