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Wow, who knew that @chuckwoolery has become such a vortex of neo-Nazism and antisemitism? Did I miss a memo?
—Charles Johnson[1]

According to conservatives, the entertainment industry is dominated by liberals ("Hollywood values"). A secretive organization known as 'Friends of Abe'Wikipedia existed from 2004-2016: it was effectively destroyed by Trump.[2] Friends of Abe may have had as many as 1,500–1,800 members.[3][4] Known members included Gary Sinise, Jon Voight, Kelsey Grammer, Lionel Chetwynd and Jeremy Boreing.[3]

It is worth noting that the appeal to celebrity is a fallacy. Politics is well outside the realm of Hollywood expertise, and celebrities who become politicians can create some right royal cockups, often relying on the style over substance fallacy for polices because celebrity is all about style.

To illustrate the liberal dominance of Hollywood, here is a list of that endangered, oppressed, voiceless species — the showbiz conservative. (Those marked with '#' are deceased.)


People ask me questions about present situations in life, and I say, 'I don't know, I'm just an actor. I don't have any opinions. Actors are pretty stupid. My opinion is not worth anything. There's no controversy for me, so don't engage me in it, because I'm not going to participate.'
—Anthony Hopkins[5]

It can be hard to ferret out what actors actually think: are they still acting when they're giving an interview? Do they actually believe in anything at all? To be fair, there are some brilliant people who are actors, but we're keeping it a secret just for their reputations.






















Producers, directors, writers, studio chiefs and others

Reality Television "Stars"

If you thought that people couldn't get any stupider than Anthony Hopkins claimed, well, "Those who can't act at all are put into TV reality shows."[223]

Game show hosts

According to an article in The Daily Beast, with few exceptions (former The Price Is Right host Bob Barker might be the most unusual because he is an animal rights activist and was also in a Republican political ad), nearly every game show host is a Republican.[226]

Nazi in the closet

David Cole/David Stein: Notorious Holocaust revisionist who posed as a prominent Hollywood GOP organizer for years before being outed.[227]

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  1. He played Bibleman. If that's not conservative, then i don't know what is.
  2. Is a professed fiscal conservative Republican; has guest starred on Sean Hannity's radio show and, despite Allen himself being an ex-con, endorsed John Kasich in 2016 as well as Donald Trump. Some of his politics have even been written into Allen's character of Mike Baxter on Last Man Standing. He also compared Hollywood to Nazi Germany because of its anti-Trump stance… which is incredibly ironic, to say the least.[6]
  3. Endorsed Trump in 2016 and was a known conservative on Twitter.[7]
  4. Endorsed John McCain in 2008, Gary Johnson in 2016 and Donald Trump in 2020. She's an anti-communist who got into a confrontation with Sean Penn over his support of Hugo Chavez and advocates war with Venezuela. She also tweets that the 2020 election was fraudulent and is a COVID skeptic.[8]
  5. Endorsed Donald Trump in 2016, referred to Black Lives Matter as a "billion-dollar terrorist organization", and claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic is exaggerated and that climate change isn't a threat.[9]
  6. Founding member of the Hollywood Republican Committee. Good, clean All-American boy, opponent of sex and violence in film.
  7. Has become an anti-vaxxer and an anti-masker. She has also been retweeting right-wing news outlets. [12]
  8. Became a born-again Christian after 9/11 and endorsed Sam Brownback and laterMike Huckabee[14] for President in 2008. He also threatened to move to Canada if Obama became President, calling Obama "a cultural terrorist".[15]
  9. Endorsed Marine Le Pen in the 2017 French Presidential Election and even called her a "modern day Joan of Arc."[16]
  10. Used to have a very left-wing reputation, supporting Occupy Wall Street and even running for President in 2012 on the leftist Peace and Freedom Party ticket (with Cindy Sheehan as her running mate) after a failed run for the Green Party nomination. In 2016, however, she flipped and endorsed Donald Trump[17] as a "lesser of two evils" option versus Hillary Clinton, and now spends her time spreading alt-right conspiracy theories.[18] This actually isn't that big a change; even in her left-wing days, she was spreading conspiracy theories about Hollywood being run by MKULTRA and publishing a rambling, batshit insane "Letter to Congress".[19]
  11. Mean ol' Mr. Potter. A staunch Republican; He campaigned for Dewey and loathed the income tax.[20]
  12. Has starred in many faith-based movies in recent years and will be set to star in an anti-abortion movie Roe vs Wade by Nick Loeb.[21]
  13. Portrayed Sean Boswell in the Fast and Furious franchise and Christopher LaSalle on CBS's NCIS: New Orleans. He is a conservative Christian and supported Donald Trump in 2020. He's opposed to gay marriage, celebrated the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and doesn't like the COVID-19 vaccine either if you look at his Twitter account. Also says Democrats are pushing transgenderism and mutilating your kids and cried voter fraud in 2020.[22]
  14. Former 1960s icon turned conservative politician.[24]
  15. The late character actor was a staunch conservative and member of the Friends of Abe.[25]
  16. Donated to George W. Bush's 2004 re-election campaign.
  17. Endorsed John McCain on 2008.[27]
  18. Now a regular contributor to WND and Town Hall Finance.[28]
  19. Like her brother Kirk Cameron, she's a born-again conservative Christian and registered Republican.[30] She vocally supported an Oregon bakery's rights to refuse service to gay people.
  20. Endorsed Donald Trump during both the Republican primaries and the General election.[31]
  21. A friend of Ronald Reagan and frequently contributed to Reagan's speeches.[32]
  22. Was formerly an FDR supporter and thus, a Democrat. Turned Republican after WWII and with that, voted for Dewey, expressed disgust for those dirty un-American hippies and contributed to his friend Ronald Reagan's presidential campaign.[34]
  23. Former Superman actor is a registered independent who describes himself as socially liberal but conservative on foreign policy and economics. He's also a staunch supporter of Donald Trump, an apologist for the GOP establishment, a frequent guest on Fox News and Louder with Crowder, climate change denialist, is a board member of the NRA, and also appeared in God's Not Dead.[35]
  24. Moved from Britain to the US] in the late 1970s due to James Callaghan's tax increases, returned when Margaret Thatcher lowered taxes, and while he supported Tony Blair, he threatened to move back to the US when Gordon Brown raised taxes again.[36] He also supports the reintroduction of national service] in Britain.[37]
  25. She has appeared in God's Not Dead 2.
  26. She doesn't like BLM, mocked transgender people, is an anti-masker, suggested the 2020 election is fraudulent and had a Parler account.[38][39][40] The last straw before she was fired from The Mandalorian was an Instagram post comparing American conservatives to Jews in Nazi Germany.[41]
  27. She was a registered Republican.[42]
  28. Describes himself as a Libertarian and endorsed Mitt Romney in 2012.[43]
  29. A registered Republican, though she identified as a libertarian, supporting Bill Clinton, gay rights, and liberalization of drug and prostitution laws. Ironically, her most famous character, Julia Sugarbaker on Designing Women, was a staunchly liberal Democrat known for her fiery political rants. Reportedly, she had a deal going with the show's liberal creators: every time her character had to deliver a political monologue that she disagreed with, she would get to sing a song in a future episode as compensation.[44]
  30. She endorsed Ron Paul's presidency in 2008.[45]
  31. The man who played Jesus; a devout Christian, starred in an ad campaigning against stem-cell research.[46]
  32. Chabert is a registered Republican and endorses several of the GOP's policies. She also played the lead in The Christian Mingle Movie.[47]
  33. A pro-life activist and was an honorary co-chair to Feminists for Life. She is now an honorary board member of Feminists for Nonviolent Choices.[48]
  34. A long-time supporter of the conservative party in Great Britain and the only actress to go to former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's funeral.[49]
  35. A staunch supporter of Nixon and Reagan, the latter of whom he was friends with, and also marched in support of the Vietnam War.[50]
  36. Festus. Campaigned for Reagan's 1976 candidacy.[52]
  37. He is a registered Republican who contributed to the campaign of George W. Bush[53] and a member of the Wednesday Morning Club.
  38. Now a regular Fox News contributor.[54]
  39. Now writes for Breitbart[55] and is a frequent guest on Red Eye.[56]
  40. Identified as a Conservative Republican, and endorsed Bush twice.
  41. Though she self-identifies as a an Independent with libertarian leanings, she supported both Bushes and Mitt Romney in 2012.[59]
  42. Openly identifies as a Republican.] (They can keep her.)[61] Strangely, she's a supporter of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
  43. According to a few sources Downey, who "ran" most of SNL's political humor for a time, is pretty conservative, though there are some reports that he supported Obama in 2008 and is a registered Democrat. Blue Dog?[62]
  44. He has said he isn't a liberal, Republican or Democrat and once walked out of an interview after being pressed about his political views and personal problems. He has also said that "you can’t go from a $2,000-a-night suite at La Mirage to a penitentiary and really understand it and come out a liberal."[63][64]
  45. A libertarian Republican. However, in 2014 he began to distance himself from the GOP.[65]
  46. His political views are closer to the right wing than the left, but are fairly complicated. He self-identifies as a libertarian — while he's staunchly conservative on fiscal issues and has described the youth today as a "pussy generation"[66], he's also antiwar[67] and supports gun control, gay rights, and abortion rights, and has described his political views as a mix of Milton Friedman and Noam Chomsky. In 2012, he endorsed Mitt Romney and gave a famous speech at the Republican National Convention where he "debated" Barack Obama, represented by an empty chair.[68] In 2016, he described Donald Trump as a "lesser of two evils" compared to Hillary Clinton, but in 2020 he endorsed Michael Bloomberg. He also made American Sniper, a film that has been widely criticized as coming dangerously close to an American Triumph of the Will.
  47. Accused then-President Obama of trying to implement a socialist agenda in 2010, at a Toys for Tots rally, no less.[70]
  48. Does anything really star Joe Estevez? Is quite the contrary to his older brother when it comes to politics. Appeared in a pro-gun PSA, in response to big brother Martin appearing in a PSA promoting gun control.[71]
  49. Star of An American Carol. Identifies as a Conservative in real life, and appeared at the 2008 Republican National Convention.[72]
  50. The original Incredible Hulk endorsed Donald Trump back in 2016 and was even appointed by the President to be a member of his Council on Sports, Fitness and Nutrition in 2018.[73]
  51. He was a Democrat until the 1980s when he switched parties by supporting his old friend Ronald Reagan.[74]
  52. The son of Gerald Ford.[75]
  53. Gable voted for Richard Nixon in 1960.[77]
  54. Considers himself a "conservative radical" and hoped to resemble George Will one day, along with becoming more like a "stereotype of the Republican Party." Also attended a fashion show in New York City with Dubya's daughters. Make what you will of that.[78]
  55. A legend from Hollywood's early silent era, Gish was a member of Charles Lindbergh's America First Committee prior to U.S. involvement in World War II, and a staunch supporter of Ronald Reagan later in life.[81]
  56. The actress who played Tricia Nixon in Nixon/Frost is a Christian conservative who now only does faith-based movies.[82]
  57. He's been involved in numerous wingnut causes,[84] and endorsed Michele Bachmann for president in 2012.
  58. Gray was a staunch supporter of school prayer.[85]
  59. Endorsed George W. Bush in 2004 and also spoke at the Republican National Convention that same year and endorsed John McCain in 2008.[86]
  60. Endorsed and voted for Romney/Ryan (and Dole/Kemp, for some reason) though she also endorsed Gary Johnson in 2016 and took part in a Moms Demand Action rally.[88]
  61. Though self-identifying as a feminist and LGBT rights supporter, she's also a registered Republican and strongly anti-abortion. She is the honorary chair of Feminists for Life, killing two birds with one stone.[89]
  62. A Republican, who supported Dwight Eisenhower's re-election campaign in 1956.[90]
  63. Hippie burnout turned right-winger. Admitted he switched sides out of iconoclasm, not out of any particular animosity toward the left. Endorsed Obama shortly before his death.[91]
  64. Endorsed Ted Cruz in the 2016 primaries and seems to be quite the contrary to big brother Ronnie when it comes to politics[92]
  65. He was a life-long Republican.[94]
  66. Member of the Republican Party and endorsed George W. Bush.[95]
  67. The former child actor and Two and a Half Men star quit the show for being distasteful, not for a more legitimate reason, like it sucked worse than Comcast or Verizon FIOS combined. Also embraced the support of YouTube Conspiracy Theorist Preacher Christopher Hudson who believes that Jay-Z, Beyonce, Pres. Obama (of course) and everyone in between has ties to the Devil and the NWO.[96]
  68. Was a staunch supporter of Dwight Eisenhower.[97]
  69. Outspoken supporter of the Conservative Party. He has described himself as "very Conservative" and very "pro-monarchy".[98]
  70. Well-known tough guy character actor; Also a failed 2014 contender for the RNC United States House of Representatives, California's 33rd congressional district candidate.[100]
  71. Endorsed McCain in 2008,[102] made guest appearances on the 1/2 Hour News Hour and also played the secular strawman in God's Club.[103]
  72. Ran in the Republican primary for Governorship of Kentucky. Later ran for Senate in 2008 as a Libertarian, but his comments made around the same time calling for a genocide of Arabic people, whom Landham referred to as "ragheads", cost him the Libertarian Party's nomination. Never apologized, either.[104]
  73. A Never Trumper who mostly came by it through her parents. She voted for John McCain in 2008, only supported Hillary Clinton in 2016 because she saw her as the lesser of two evils, and has said that she still agrees with parts of the GOP's economic platform, having associated them growing up with a populist attitude of "why should my taxes pay for your haughty lifestyle?". However, she also tilted to the left on social and cultural issues and was generally fond of Barack Obama's Presidency. The rise of Donald Trump and the GOP's embrace of ethnonationalism and male chauvinism, combined with her own experience with the wage gap in Hollywood and nude photos of her being leaked online, pushed her to the left and caused her to follow the trajectory of many Never Trumpers in abandoning the Republican Party; in 2020, she registered as a Democrat and endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.[105][106]
  74. Lifelong supporter of the Tories, endorsing Michael Howard[107] to lead the party in 2003 and later supporting David Cameron.[108]
  75. Best known for playing Ygritte on Game of Thrones. Campaigned with the Conservative Party on multiple occasions in the 2010s.[109]
  76. Made an anti-vaxx tweet arguing that the Pfizer vaccine was one of the greatest dangers of the planet.[110]
  77. He praised Cheeto Hitler and Saint Ronnie.[111]
  78. Family values moralist who made an appearance on Candace Owens' interview show where he made transphobic comments.[114]
  79. Sort of. She flipped back and fourth from helping Presidential Democrats and Republicans campaigns in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. The last presidential campaign she worked on was Richard Nixon's. She has stayed a Republican since then.[115]
  80. Lowe has staunch libertarian leanings, as he as has openly stated that he wants the government out of almost everything.[116]
  81. Self-identifies as a conservative Republican.[117]
  82. He said back in a interview that he would like to hang out with and shoot sniper rifles with Vladimir Putin. He said that he didn't consider Putin a dictator.[118]
  83. Yancy Derringer himself. Was a professed Republican.[119]
  84. Was formerly a Democrat.[121]
  85. Is a registered Republican who supported Mitt Romney in 2012. He was also a member of Friends of Abe.[124]
  86. Endorsed Trump and also narrated one of his campaign ads. He used to be a registered Democrat, who appeared in the Anti-Bush films Recount, Fair Game, and W and is also related to former Texas Democratic State Senator A.R. Schwartz.[125]
  87. Identifies as a conservative Republican and also a member of the NRA.[126]
  88. He was a staunch supporter of Herbert Hoover and opponent of socialism.[127]
  89. She is a Republican, who supported Dwight Eisenhower's re-election campaign in 1956 presidential election.[128]
  90. Was a staunch supporter of Richard Nixon.[129]
  91. Thought to have been liberal, once upon a time, though Al Franken claims he was always pretty right-wing. Spent far too much time with O'Reilly, et. al.; crowed that he'll die rich & happy long before climate change affects him. Has 2 kids, by the way.[130]
  92. Was formerly a Democrat, prominently during the 1970s, and a figure within the feminist movement, despite disagreeing with Gloria Steinem, but was said to have turned libertarian in her final years.[131]
  93. Supported David Cameron and deemed his naysayers within the UK Conservative Party as traitors.[132]
  94. Now a staunch anti-abortion activist and has contributed to Big Hollywood and Enter Stage Right, the latter of which is a Canadian conservative webzine].[133]
  95. To illustrate cognitive dissonance, Jon Stewart once played a clip of Nelson on the June 2, 2009, episode of Glenn Beck's Fox News show saying the following all in one breath: "I've been on food stamps and welfare. Anybody help me out? No!"[134]
  96. Former MST3K host and co-creator of RiffTrax. A self-proclaimed Conservative Republican and a fan of Dennis Prager.[135]
  97. Pro-life and abstinence only advocate. Also starred in Last Ounce of Courage, a Christian propaganda film.[137]
  98. Self-identifies as a libertarian,[138] but was described as "extreme right wing and a fascist" by a Hollywood exec[139] and bashed his movie The Contender for leaning pro-Democrat. He has defended Mel Gibson and went on a antisemetic rant that included him saying Hollywood is "run by Jews".[140]
  99. Cindy Brady. Endorsed Trump and also made homophobic remarks on her radio show towards Leon Acord-Whiting, even using the term "faggot" towards him. She was later fired from her show, and never apologized either.[141]
  100. She supported Dwight Eisenhower's campaign during the 1952 presidential election.[142]
  101. Expressed interest in running against incumbent Democrat Alan Cranston in 1985[143]
  102. Has supported a Republican challanger to New York Governor Mario Cuomo.[144]
  103. Identifies as a objectivist.[145]
  104. was a Republican, who supported Thomas E. Dewey for President in 1944 against Franklin D. Roosevelt.[147]
  105. Is set to play Ronald Reagan in an upcoming biographical drama, who Quaid considers his favorite president of all time. Quaid also openly praised Donald Trump in regards to the steps he's taken to address the Coronavirus.[148][149]
  106. Switched his support from Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump in the 2016 elections.[150]
  107. He thinks that the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act is "socialism" and is therefore bad. Endorsed John McCain in 2008, Mitt Romney in 2012, and Donald Trump in 2016.[151]
  108. Though she did oppose the Vietnam War, mostly out of concern for her son getting drafted and the possibility of him being killed on tour. She was also active in environmental causes and supported Minnesota Democrat Eugene McCarthy.[153]
  109. A "fiscally conservative, socially liberal" Republican[154]
  110. A Nixon supporter and a fervent anti-communist.[155]
  111. Lent his support to Richard Nixon's 1960 Presidential Campaign.[156]
  112. Stated to be a Republican in his autobiography book.[157]:256
  113. Endorsed Ben Carson for president, who later got pwned by the "Big Mouthed Bitch Bully".[158]
  114. Was a prominent life-long Republican.[159]
  115. A self-described libertarian.[160]
  116. Washed-up former model who is now an RNC spokesman. Has said a whole lot of completely batshit things about Obama, from implying he's a Muslim because of his last name,[161] to saying he and Hillary Clinton (among others, but them especially) should be sent to Gitmo. Sabàto announced that he wants to start a movie studio geared toward conservative content. The studio's first upcoming film, Trail Blazers, is in the works.[162]
  117. Registered Republican, known as a moderate conservative.[163]
  118. Born again Christian and registered Republican.[164] He narrated a ufology movie for Gary Bates of Creation Ministries International,[165] he did two anti-abortion movies,[166] and supports Donald Trump.[167]
  119. Switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party in 2013 due to disappointment with the Supreme Majority. He's also an anti-vaxxer.[168]
  120. Schroder was a major contributor to the $2 million bail fund for Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year old charged in the fatal shooting of Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding Gaige Grosskreutz during the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 25, 2020, following the shooting of Jacob Blake.[169]
  121. He described himself as a moderate Republican, back in the day when they actually existed.[170]
  122. The character actor is an outspoken conservative who voted for Donald Trump in 2016. Searcy's political and interpersonal behavior on social media sites, such as Twitter, has been highlighted in recent years. He mocked Sean Penn's political views upon the death of Penn's friend Hugo Chavez. Later that year, he responded to professional wrestler Kevin Nash's remarks on the Affordable Healthcare Act by calling him an "ass-kissing statist" after Nash had called everyone who disagreed with the ACA a "racist". In 2014, Searcy responded to several individuals in a discussion of same-sex marriage and incest, during which he mocked individuals and journalists on the basis of their weight after they had called him and other Republicans "racist." He also routinely ridiculed people because of their weight in 2015, again in response to their charges that those who opposed Democratic policies were "racist". He also directed the "not pro-life film" Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer.[171]
  123. Board member of NRA and endorsed John McCain. Famously got into a fight with Rosie O'Donnell on her talk show on the subject of gun control[172]
  124. Came out as a constitutional Republican or libertarian back in 2015.[173]
  125. Was formerly a Democrat. Turned Republican in 2003, though before his death, he voted for Obama in 2008.[174]
  126. Sinise founded Friends of Abe, a support and networking group for conservative members of Hollywood. Donated to John McCain's Presidential campaign in 2008 and Mitt Romney's in 2012, and narrates the online virtual tour for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. During the 2012 election, former George W. Bush aide Nicolle Wallace also endorsed the idea of Sinise running against Obama.[175] Sinise's politics have been written into his character on CSI: NY, Mac Taylor, who has a picture of Reagan displayed in his office. Though he refused to vote or endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election after Trump questioned McCain's status as a hero because he was captured as a prisoner of war.[176]
  127. Played the evil atheist professor villain in the Christian film God's Not Dead, and also had some... interesting things to say about the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.[177] And if that wasn't enough, he defended Mel Gibson's anti-Semitism, claiming that Jewish people shouldn't be upset about their portrayal in The Passion of the Christ because they did, after all, kill Jesus.[178]
  128. Anime voice actor was a former contributor to Andrew Breitbart's Big Hollywood website (with his last article written in 2009), a political website of those who work in the entertainment industry in Hollywood who felt that Hollywood is being "too liberal" and in particular, felt that unions have a negative impact in the entertainment industry. Even so, he doesn't express his views as much due to polarizing views.[179]
  129. He attended Dubya's inauguration and endorsed John McCain in 2008.[180] He declined to endorse Donald Trump, however, though he did call him a "Dickensian character" and "larger than life".[181] He is also a staunch supporter] of gun control,[182] ironic given his career as an action hero.
  130. A fierce opponent of Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency, supporter of the Hollywood blacklist in the 1950s, and fan of Ayn Rand (it was she who persuaded Warner Bros. head Jack Warner to buy the screen rights to The Fountainhead).[183]
  131. The star of such classic films as Spirit of St. Louis, It's a Wonderful Life, and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington donated to numerous Republican candidates since 1980, such as Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole, and George H.W. Bush. Shortly before Stewart died, though, he donated to the US Senate campaign of Florida Democrat Bob Graham.[184]
  132. Swanson is a registered Republican and a staunch supporter of Donald Trump. She stared in a pro-Trump stage play titled “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers,” alongside fellow Trumpster Dean Cain.[186]
  133. A longtime supporter and member of the NRA and starred in Last Ounce of Courage, a Christian propaganda film.[187]
  134. Former child actress during the Golden Age of Cinema. After her early retirement, she joined the Republican Party. She claimed to have witnessed an evil Soviet soldier gunning down a poor unarmed woman during the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia, supported the Vietnam War, and served as Chief of Protocol of the White House under Reagan and as a US Ambassador under Nixon and George H. W. Bush.[188]
  135. Former Republican Senator from Tennessee and failed contender for the 2008 Republican nomination.[189]
  136. Supported Ron Paul in 2008 and 2012, and worked with Glenn Beck on a reality TV project for The Blaze.[190]
  137. "Walker described his political beliefs at length in his autobiography, Dyn-O-Mite: Good Times, Bad Times, Our Times: A Memoir. In it, he called himself a "logicist," who believes in "logic and common sense." He holds typical conservative positions on the death penalty, the size of government, and capitalism. However, Walker is in favor of amnesty for the children of illegal immigrants and a system of universal health care for the United States. He voted for Ronald Reagan and noted that he also "loved Bill Clinton as our president" for welfare reforms instituted under his administration."[192]
  138. Former Grey's Anatomy star was originally a Democrat and had endorsed Jill Stein for President of the United States in 2016, but has since become a member of the Republican party after joining the #WalkAway movement and supported Donald Trump for 2020. He is also a supporter in QAnon and shares conspiracy theories about 5G networks and COVID-19.[193]
  139. It's not too shocking that the actor and producer of the God's Not Dead movies likes Fox News, Republicans and Trump.
  140. Was a staunch Republican for her entire life.[195]{{rp}|154}}
  141. The Hammer! Endorsed Trump, and also played the secular strawman villian in Last Ounce of Courage.[196]
  142. Unsuccessfully ran against Texas Democrat Max Sandlin in the year 2000.[197]
  143. Supported Michael Dukakis for President in 1988 but George H. W. Bush in 1992, and only declined to endorse Bob Dole in 1996 because Dole criticized his then-wife Demi Moore for her role in Striptease. He spoke at the 2000 Republican National Convention and endorsed George W. Bush, and while he didn't endorse anybody in 2008, he still identifies with the Republican Party's views on personal freedom and small government, though he believes that they're a bunch of hypocrites about it.[198]
  144. At one time a registered Democrat, he left the party after the impeachment of Bill Clinton and became a staunch supporter of George W. Bush, Rudy Giuliani, and the Iraq War. These days, he's arguably better known as a hard-right Twitter pundit and conspiracy theorist than as an actor.[199]
  145. Republican, gun nut, antisemite, anti-Democratic conspiracy theorist[200]
  146. Has donated to the presidential campaigns of both John McCain and Mitt Romney.[201]
  147. Closeted reactionary and dogged Roosevelt-hater.] It was no secret to anyone who worked with him, though.[202]
  148. At least according to his attorney, though said attorney also said Carson was more of a rare Eisenhower Republican. Carson also opposed the Vietnam War and the Death Penalty, and was an advocate for Civil Rights.[203]
  149. Author of Tom Clancy's Tom Clancy: Clancy Edition, starring John Clancy. An old cold warrior-turned-writer of "The-Russians-Are-Coming" pulp thrillers. NRA spokesman and occasional talking head on CNN, sparring with naive liberals who think America won the Cold War! Also still dead.[204]
  150. A lifelong conservative activist who admired Herbert Hoover. He was also a noted anti-communist.
  151. His most infamous film, The Birth of a Nation, featured a full-on revisionist history of the Civil War, complete with fawning portrait of the KKK.
  152. Endorsed Marco Rubio in the 2016 primaries.[206]
  153. Launched a Kickstarter campaign for his own streaming service for family-focused entertainment called OAXIS, without disclosing that the streaming service is going to focus more on religious themes and Christianity.[207]
  154. The director of such classics as Outlaw Force (which even had its own soundtrack hype!) and Twisted Justice. Now has his own right-leaning conspiracy show on YouTube.[208]
  155. The director of A Boy and His Dog and the co-star of Seagal's The Patriot is a staunch Methodist and Republican.[209]
  156. Flip-flops between calling himself a Conservative and a Libertarian. Wrote about how conservatives were being discriminated against in Hollywood.[210] Also writes for PJ Media and hosts a show for The Daily Wire.[211]
  157. "I Am No Longer a Brain Dead Liberal, just a brain dead Conservative"[212] a.k.a. Stossel trying to out-smug David Mamet. They're jerking themselves so hard it's amazing they didn't catch fire.
  158. The writer of (among other films) Red Dawn, which speaks for itself. He has described his politics as being so far to the right that he's virtually a Maoist. Especially known for his love of guns; he once served on the National Rifle Association's board of directors.[213]
  159. Semi-retired producer who went from The Color Purple, Rain Man, Jurassic Park, and Schindler's List... to Dinesh D'Souza's 2016: Obama's America, America: Imagine the World Without Her, and Hillary's America. Granted, his downfall may have started with Casper.
  160. Though a lifelong Republican, the beloved host of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood was a moderate if there ever was one and would probably be considered too liberal for the modern GOP.[214]
  161. A well-known fan of Ayn Rand, who is committed to getting an adaptation of The Fountainhead off the ground.[215] Critics have also] read objectivist themes into his adaptation of Watchmen (rather ironically, given Watchmen writer Alan Moore's hard-left anarchist politics) and his work in the DC Extended Universe.[216]
  162. Chiefly a libertarian, especially on free speech issues and religion; he has little love for either the religious right or political correctness. While he has endorsed (moderate) Republicans like George Pataki and Christine Todd Whitman, he was also one of the most outspoken media opponents of George W. Bush. He supported Hillary Clinton and frequently mocks his personal friend Donald Trump. He also strongly supports the state of Israel.[217]
  163. Dedicated anti-communist, put in charge of 'clearing' his guests before airtime. Butted heads with Standards & Practices over some of their worst decisions, such as canceling Bob Dylan's and Ingrid Bergman's appearances.[218]
  164. Became a life peer of the Conservative Party in 1997.[219]
  165. The director of the first 3 Death Wish movies. A supporter of Margaret Thatcher, opponent of political correctness and said he would be "to the right of Hitler" if he were prime minister, though also an outspoken gay rights supporter.[220]
  166. Italian director who thought that Mel Gibson could play Hamlet after watching Lethal Weapon. Also a former senator for Berlusconi's Forza Italia party, despite being openly homosexual.[221]
  167. Director and co-writer of Airplane!, The Naked Gun, Scary Movie 3 and 4 … and An American Carol.[222]
  168. Self-identifies as a libertarian but he also regularly supports Republicans like Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020.[224]
  169. Of Duck Dynasty fame. He's also very homophobic and very atheophobic. Appeared in several Steve Bannon films and is also a contributor to CRTV as of October 2017.[225]


  1. Wow, who knew that @chuckwoolery has become such a vortex of neo-Nazism and antisemitism? Did I miss a memo? by Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) (29 May 2017 Tweet, 7:18 PM) Twitter (archived from 13 Jul 2020 19:18:22 UTC).
  2. Club for Hollywood Republicans locked in dispute – caused in part by Trump: The original Friends of Abe club dissolved last year because of fractures caused by Donald Trump’s run for president – and now an upstart rival is on the scene by Rory Carroll (13 Jun 2017 08.00 EDT) The Guardian.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Leaning Right in Hollywood, Under a Lens by Michael Cieply & Nicholas Confessore (Jan. 22, 2014) The New York Times.
  4. Gus Garcia-Roberts (January 25, 2012). "Tea Party Princess". The Village Voice.
  5. Anthony Hopkins Says Actors Are Pretty Stupid, Including Himself by Kevin Burwick (December 6, 2019) MovieWeb.
  6. See the Wikipedia article on Tim Allen § Personal life.
  7. Kirstie Alley Gushes Over Donald Trump Amid Coronavirus Crisis, Riles Up Twitter by Ron Dicker Huffington Post (03/24/2020 07:09 am ET Updated Mar 24, 2020).
  10. has liked President Trump's and other conservative commentators' tweets.
  11. Scott Baio Wants To 'Make America America Again' by Secular Talk (Jul 19, 2016) YouTube.
  13. "What hard evidence is there that Obama doesn't want ebola in America?" Spawned the Gamergate meme.
  14. Stephen Baldwin says he hearts Huckabee, rejects gay marriage and no longer photographs porn patrons by Chris Serico (January 7th, 2008 at 1:33) Suburbarazzi (archived from January 10, 2008).
  15. Side Dish: Rodman bounces the bubbly by Rush & Malloy (October 16th 2008, 4:00 AM) New York Daily News (archived from (October 18, 2008).
  16. Brigitte Bardot calls Marine Le Pen 'modern Joan of Arc': Former actress Brigitte Bardot says she hopes the far-right leader will be the saviour of France in a Paris-Match interview before her 80th birthday by David Chazan (4:36PM BST 22 Aug 2014) The Telegraph.
  17. dear @Jerusalem_Post I VOTED FOR @POTUS by Roseanne Barr (10:06 AM - 15 Mar 2017) Twitter (archived from April 18, 2017).
  18. How Roseanne Barr Abandoned All Reason and Embraced the Alt-Right: The legendary comedian was once a liberal Green Party candidate for POTUS, but over the past year-plus has taken a sharp turn, sharing InfoWars and Seth Rich conspiracies. by Amy Zimmerman (Updated Jun. 23, 2017 5:58AM ET; Published Jun. 23, 2017 2:22AM ET) The Daily Beast.
  19. See the Wikipedia article on Roseanne Barr § Political activities.
  20. See the Wikipedia article on Lionel Barrymore § Politics.
  21. Corbin Bernsen: Biography IMDb.
  23. See the Wikipedia article on Danny Bonaduce § Political views.
  24. See the Wikipedia article on Sonny Bono.
  25. Friends of Abe: A refuge for Hollywood conservatives by John Gizzi (May 31, 2016) Capital Research Center.
  26. she had a starring role in God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness.
  27. See the Wikipedia article on Wilford Brimley.
  28. Morgan Brittany WND (archived from February 26, 2018).
  29. Has been on Fox News defending Trump and his supporters from liberal Hollywood
  30. See the Wikipedia article on Candace Cameron Bure § Personal life.
  31. See the Wikipedia article on Gary Busey § Personal life.
  32. See the Wikipedia article on Pat Buttram § Personal life.
  33. See the Wikipedia article on James Caan § Personal life.
  34. See the Wikipedia article on James Cagney § Political views.
  35. See the Wikipedia article on Dean Cain § Personal life.
  36. Caine comes full circle (November 09, 2009) Essex Chronicle (archived from February 1, 2014).
  37. Put Young People In The Army, Says Caine (11 November 2009) Sky News (archived from October 9, 2012).
  38. Gina Carano is off ‘The Mandalorian’ over ‘abhorrent and unacceptable’ social media posts, Lucasfilm says by Chris Murphy (February 11, 2021) The Washington Times
  39. The Mandalorian' Fans Once Again Petition Disney to Fire Gina Carano Over Offensive Tweets by Jon Jackson (November 18, 2020) Newsweek
  40. 'Mandalorian' Star Gina Carano Under Fire for Controversial Social Media Posts by Jordan Moreau (February 10, 2021) Variety
  41. Gina Carano is off ‘The Mandalorian’ over ‘abhorrent and unacceptable’ social media posts, Lucasfilm says by Chris Murphy (February 11, 2021) The Washington Times
  42. See the Wikipedia article on Pat Caroll.
  43. See the Wikipedia article on Drew Carey § Political views.
  44. Dixie Carter Advocates for Self-Government.
  45. Emma Caulfield Hollywood Politics.
  46. See the Wikipedia article on Jim Caviezel § Personal life.
  47. Lacey Chabert Hollywood Reporter.
  48. Who We Are Feminists for Nonviolent Choices (archived from 14 Jul 2020 03:49:41 UTC).
  49. See the Wikipedia article on Joan Collins § Political views.
  50. See the Wikipedia article on Chuck Connors § Personal life.
  51. He is a Republican according to NNDB
  52. See the Wikipedia article on Ken Curtis.
  53. I was lucky to get to know President Bush. … by Tony Danza (2 December 2018) Facebook (archived from 14 Jul 2020 20:01:02 UTC).
  54. See the Wikipedia article on Stacey Dash § Politics.
  55. Robert Davi Breitbart (archived from June 29, 2020).
  56. See the Wikipedia article on Robert Davi § Personal life.
  57. julienne davis Twitter (archived from 14 Jul 2020 20:15:52 UTC).
  58. He played the evil senator in Persecuted
  59. See the Wikipedia article on Bo Derek § Political views.
  60. She may be more of a libertarian then a full-on Conservative as she follows any conservative and some liberals on Twitter. Yet here is the confusing part: She has liked some of President Trump's Tweets on the Mueller-Russia investigation, but has also supported many environmental causes from the left.
  61. 65 Conservative Celebrities (2014) Independent Journal Review (archived from ).
  62. See the Wikipedia article on James Downey (comedian) § Political views.
  63. Robert Downey Jr walks out of Avengers interview as questions get personal (22 April 2015 15.18 EDT) The Guardian.
  64. Been Up, Been Down. Now? Super. by David Carr (April 20, 2008) The New York Times.
  65. See the Wikipedia article on Robert Duvall § Personal life.
  66. Hainey, Michael (August 4, 2016). "Clint and Scott Eastwood: No Holds Barred in Their First Interview Together." Esquire, 4 August 2016 (recovered 19 January 2021).
  67. 'A school reunion? It would be pointless. There wouldn't be anybody there': Clint Eastwood at 80 by Martyn Palmer (Updated: 14:00 EDT, 17 January 2011) Daily Mail.
  68. Clint Eastwood RNC Speech (COMPLETE): Actor Assails Obama Through Empty Chair (Aug 30, 2012) ABC News via YouTube.
  69. See the Wikipedia article on Buddy Ebsen.
  70. Full Metal Jacket’s R. Lee Ermey Rips Into Obama Administration Breitbart (archived from January 20, 2012).
  71. See the Wikipedia article on Joe Estevez § Personal life.
  72. See the Wikipedia article on Kevin Farley.
  73. See the Wikipedia article on Lou Ferrigno.
  74. See the Wikipedia article on Glenn Ford.
  75. See the Wikipedia article on Steven Ford.
  76. Describes himself as a Reagan Democrat and has attended many Republican conventions.
  77. See the Wikipedia article on Clark Gable § Politics.
  78. See the Wikipedia article on Vincent Gallo § Personal life.
  79. Arturo Sandoval, Andy Garcia Unleash A Storm Of Anti-castro Rhetoric Over Elian by Tom Jicha (July 13, 2000) South Florida Sun Sentinel (archived from January 27, 2015).
  80. Was the Republican Ambassador of Mexico from 1981 to 1986.
  81. See the Wikipedia article on Lilian Gish § Political views.
  82. See the Wikipedia article on Jenn Gotzon.
  83. Got into several political beefs with co-star Anne-Marie Johnson when filming Robot Jox in the late 1980s
  84. See the Wikipedia article on Kelsey Grammer § Politics.
  85. See the Wikipedia article on Coleen Gray § Personal life.
  86. See the Wikipedia article on Angie Harmon § Personal life.
  87. He starred in God's Not Dead and even got to reprise his role in God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness
  88. See the Wikipedia article on Melissa Joan Hart § Personal life.
  89. See the Wikipedia article on Patricia Heaton § Personal life.
  90. See the Wikipedia article on Earl Holliman § Personal life.
  91. See the Wikipedia article on Dennis Hopper § Personal life.
  92. See the Wikipedia article on Clint Howard § Personal life.
  93. Man behind Dame Edna Everage is pro-Trump, calls trans ‘rat-baggery’ by Joe Morgan (20 Jul 2018) Gay Star News.
  94. See the Wikipedia article on Tab Hunter § Personal life.
  95. Richard Lee Jackson Hollywood Politics.
  96. Angus T. Jones' Religious Mentor: Anti-Gay, Anti-Masturbation, Anti-Obama and Anti-Jay-Z by Jordan Zakarin (11:36 AM PST 11/27/2012) The Hollywood Reporter.
  97. See the Wikipedia article on Henry Jones § Personal life and death.
  98. See the Wikipedia article on Vinnie Jones § Personal life.
  99. [1] Endorsed Trump in 2016.
  100. Patrick Kilpatrick Ballotpedia.
  101. Why Are Sports Professionals More Conservative Than Hollywood Professionals? by Dean Rader (July 1, 2011 at 11:20 AM) The San Francisco Chronicle.
  102. McCain’s Celebrities by Michael Cooper (August 26, 2008 2:14 pm) The New York Times.
  103. See the Wikipedia article on Lorenzo Lamas.
  104. See the Wikipedia article on Sonny Landham § Politics.
  105. Shoard, Catherine. "Jennifer Lawrence: I voted for John McCain rather than Barack Obama." The Guardian, 22 October 2020 (recovered 26 October 2020).
  106. Aguirre, Abby. "Jennifer Lawrence Talks Motherhood, Causeway, and the End of Roe v. Wade." Vogue, 6 September 2022 (recovered 7 September 2022).
  107. Christopher Lee: You Ask The Questions (13 November 2003) Independent (archived from September 25, 2010).
  108. Christopher Lee: a giant among actors. Known best as Dracula or Saruman, the 6ft 5in 87-year-old also a war veteran and a staunch Tory by Dominic Wells (November 20 2009, 12.00am GMT) The Times.
  109. See the Wikipedia article on Rose Leslie § Politics and other interests.
  110. [2] (January 29, 2023) Twitter.
  111. See the Wikipedia article on [[wp:Jerry Lewis# Non-career activities|Jerry Lewis § Non-career activities]].
  112. Donald Trump Supporter Rich Little (Jul 17, 2016) YouTube.
  113. Endorsed Mitt Romney in 2012.
  115. See the Wikipedia article on June Lockhart § Personal life.
  116. Is Rob Lowe a Libertarian? "I Want the Government Out of Almost Everything." by Nick Gillespie (4.7.2014 3:33 PM) Reason.
  117. See the Wikipedia article on Susan Lucci § Personal life.
  118. Dolph Lundgren Would Like to Shoot Sniper Rifles With Vladimir Putin by Katie Van Syckle ((June 7, 2013) New York Intelligencer.
  119. See the Wikipedia article on Jock Mahoney § Personal life.
  120. is a actor who become known for playing Jesus in the Visual Bible series. He has since played Jesus in many faith-based movies, including a pro-life movie.
  121. See the Wikipedia article on Jackie Mason § Political views.
  122. Staunchly pro-life, supports the state of Israel, and has retweeted several right-wing commentators and activists on Twitter. He also starred in the faith-based film Because of Gracia.
  123. Endorsed Trump in 2016.
  125. See the Wikipedia article on Bruce McGill.
  126. See the Wikipedia article on Gerald McRaney § Politics.
  127. See the Wikipedia article on Adolphe Menjou § Political beliefs.
  128. See the Wikipedia article on Vera Miles § Personal life.
  129. See the Wikipedia article on Ray Milland § Personal life.
  130. See the Wikipedia article on Dennis Miller § Political views.
  131. See the Wikipedia article on Mary Tyler Moore § Politics.
  132. See the Wikipedia article on Roger Moore § Political alignment.
  133. Whatever Happened to Michael Moriarty Harvey F. Chartrand, Cinema Retro.
  134. [3]
  135. See this interview on a MST3K fansite.[4]
  136. is a registered Republican and endorsed Trump back in 2016.
  137. See the Wikipedia article on Jennifer O'Neill § Activism.
  138. Playboy Interview: Gary Oldman by David Hochman (June 25, 2014) Playboy (archived from September 3, 2014).
  139. The Gary Oldman Story That Almost Wasn't by Chris Heath (February 24, 2012) GQ.
  140. Playboy Interview: Gary Oldman by David Hochman (June 25, 2014) Playboy (archived from September 3, 2014).
  141. See the Wikipedia article on Susan Olsen § After The Brady Bunch.
  142. See the Wikipedia article on Janis Paige § Personal life.
  143. See the Wikipedia article on Fess Parker § Politics.
  144. 'Sopranos' actor backs Astorino, calls Cuomo a 'big pussy' by Carl Campanile (October 22, 2014 | 1:19am) New York Post.
  145. See the Wikipedia article on Mark Pellegrino § Personal life.
  146. is a registered Republican and a conservative commentator.
  147. See the Wikipedia article on Walter Pidgeon § Politics.
  148. Dennis Quaid to Play His “Favorite” President Ronald Reagan in Upcoming Film by Gabriella Hoffman (July 24th, 2018) The Resurgent.
  149. Dennis Quaid praises Trump handling of coronavirus response by Marina Pitofsky (04/08/20 04:18 PM EDT) The Hill.
  150. Actor Randy Quaid Switches Support From Bernie to Trump in Most Dramatic Way by Conor Swanberg (October 26, 2016) Independent Journal Review (archived from October 30, 2016).
  151. See the Wikipedia article on John Ratzenberger § Political views.
  152. He starred in Persecuted
  153. See the Wikipedia article on Donna Reed § Political views.
  154. See the Wikipedia article on Joan Rivers § Personal life.
  155. Obituary: Ginger Rogers (26 April 1995 00:02) Independent.
  156. See the Wikipedia article on Cesar Romero § Personal life.
  157. Life Is Too Short by Mickey Rooney (1991) Villard Books. ISBN 0679401954.
  158. Mickey Rourke Calls Donald Trump 'Big Mouthed Bitch Bully,' Endorses GOP Candidate 'The Black Dude': The actor and retired boxer would like to see Ben Carson as the next president of the United States by Beatrice Verhoeven (September 18, 2015 @ 9:54 AM) The Wrap.
  159. See the Wikipedia article on Jane Russell § Personal life and death.
  160. See the Wikipedia article on Kurt Russell § Personal life.
  161. Antonio Sabato Jr.’s Political Views: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know by (Brendan Morrow (Updated May 8, 2017 at 7:14pm) Heavy.
  162. Remove all politicians especially #obama #Hillary send them to #Gitmo remove all gun laws #vote @realDonaldTrump #build #the #wall by Antonio Sabáto Jr. (1:25 PM - 21 Jun 2016) Twitter (archived from 26 Jul 2020 05:15:47 UTC).
  163. See the Wikipedia article on Adam Sandler.
  164. See the Wikipedia article on John Schneider § Personal life.
  165. Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception (2018) IMDb.
  166. Why 'Dukes of Hazzard' Star John Schneider Made 2 Pro-Life Films Practically Simultaneously (Q&A) by Paul Bond (6:16 PM PDT 3/29/2012) The Hollywood Reporter.
  167. I couldn’t possibly agree more. Trump 2020 and beyond! by John Schneider (7:31 PM - 30 Mar 2020) Twitter (archived from March 31, 2020).
  168. See the Wikipedia article on Rob Schneider § Political views.
  170. See the Wikipedia article on George C. Scott § Politics.
  171. See the Wikipedia article on Nick Searcy § Activity on social media.
  172. See the Wikipedia article on Tom Selleck § Political views.
  173. Charlie Sheen Comes Out As A Republican by Tara Dodrill (February 12, 2015) Inquisitr.
  174. See the Wikipedia article on Ron Silver § Politics.
  175. Actor Gary Sinise floated as possible GOP savior (May 11th, 2009) CNN.
  176. See the Wikipedia article on Gary Sinise § Politics.
  177. 90s Hercules TV Star Sounds Like A Racist Old Man by Luke Plunkett (8/21/14 8:15PM) Kotaku.
  178. 7 worst right-wing moments of the week — Kevin Sorbo wants to remind Jews they "killed Jesus": The former "Hercules" star jumps to the defense of Mel Gibson, while Fox News guests call feminism "intolerant" by Janet Allon (September 8, 2014 8:35PM) Salon.
  179. Spike Spencer Breitbart (archived from July 17, 2010).
  180. See the Wikipedia article on Sylvester Stallone § Political views.
  181. Sylvester Stallone on Donald Trump, Republicans and Running for Office by Rain Setoodeh (Jan 8, 2016 5:16pm PT) Variety.
  182. Rambo Hates Guns: How Sylvester Stallone Became the Most Anti-Gun Celeb in Hollywood by Asawin Suebsaeng (Updated Apr. 14, 2017 3:07PM ET; Published Aug. 14, 2014 5:45AM ET) The Daily Beast.
  183. See the Wikipedia article on Barbara Stanwyck § Political views.
  184. See the Wikipedia article on James Stewart § Political views.
  185. Is a fromer Disney Channel star turn White House press assistant for the Trump presidency.
  186. Trump hosts Page-Strzok play writer, actors in Oval Office by Dave Boyer '(February 27, 2020) The Washington Times (archived from February 28, 2020).
  187. See the Wikipedia article on Vince Vaughn.
  188. See the Wikipedia article on Shirley Temple.
  189. See the Wikipedia article on Fred Dalton Thompson.
  190. See the Wikipedia article on Vince Vaughn.
  191. Hollywood Actor Wants Obama Out of Office: 'I Just Don't Like This Guy' (Plus: Why He's Breaking His Silence) by Billy Hallowell June 14, 2013) The Blaze.
  192. See the Wikipedia article on Jimmie Walker § Personal life and political views.
  193. See the Wikipedia article on Isaiah Washington § Personal life.
  194. A rabid flag-waving, anti-communist Republican and a white supremacist.
  195. Mary Wickes: I Know I've Seen That Face Before by Steve Taravella (2016) University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 1496807855.
  196. See the Wikipedia article on Fred Williamson.
  197. See the Wikipedia article on Noble Willingham § Politics.
  198. See the Wikipedia article on Bruce Willis § Political views.
  199. See the Wikipedia article on James Woods § Politics.
  200. See the Wikipedia article on Chuck Woolery § Political views.
  201. See the Wikipedia article on Jerry Bruckheimer § Political contributions.
  202. It Wasn't Such a Wonderful Life by Barry Gewen (May 3, 1992) The New York Times.
  203. See the Wikipedia article on Johnny Carson § Politics.
  204. See the Wikipedia article on Tom Clancy § Political views.
  205. Frank DeMartini Twitter (archived from 10 Jun 2020 18:15:26 UTC). "A Conservative Hollywood Producer aka #TheHollywoodRepublican."
  206. See the Wikipedia article on Mary Hart § Personal life.
  207. See the Wikipedia article on Butch Hartman.
  208. David Heavener - Last Evangelist YouTube.
  209. See the Wikipedia article on L. Q. Jones.
  210. Why Are We Whispering? by Andrew Klavan (August 9, 2008) The Washington Post.
  211. See the Wikipedia article on Andrew Klavan.
  212. 'I Am No Longer a Brain Dead Liberal' David Mamet On His Political Transformation (Feb 11, 2013) YouTube.
  213. See the Wikipedia article on John Milius § Personal life.
  214. See the Wikipedia article on Fred Rogers § Personal life.
  215. After Justice League, Zack Snyder Wants To Tackle One Of History's Most Famous Books by Gregory Wakeman (March 18, 2016) Cinema Blend (archived from March 23, 2016).
  216. Snyder Shrugged: The Disturbing Politics of the Cape and Cowl by Justin Cummings (April 8, 2016) Critics At Large.
  217. See the Wikipedia article on Howard Stern.
  218. See the Wikipedia article on Ed Sullivan § Politics.
  219. See the Wikipedia article on Andrew Lloyd Webber.
  220. See the Wikipedia article on Michael Winner § Political views.
  221. See the Wikipedia article on Franco Zeffirelli.
  222. See the Wikipedia article on David Zucker.
  223. Everybody On Stage by David Bouchier (Jan 13, 2020) WSHU.
  224. See the Wikipedia article on Rick Harrison § Personal life.
  225. See the Wikipedia article on Phil Robertson.
  226. Dana, Rebecca. "Why Game-Show Hosts Vote Republican", The Daily Beast, 31 October 2010.
  227. Hollywood conservative unmasked as notorious Holocaust revisionist: Republican Party Animals operator David Stein says he is really David Cole, and that he still holds controversial views by Rory Carroll (3 May 2013 17.15 EDT) The Guardian.