Movie and television stars, singers, athletes and other luminaries who lean right or have supported Republicans for political office.
Bill O'Reilly hosts a conservative political commentary show, "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News Channel.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie showed his support for Republican front-runner Donald Trump during a rally at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas, on Feb. 26, 2016. "He is rewriting the playbook of American politics because he is providing strong leadership that is not dependent upon the status quo. The best person to beat Hillary Clinton in November is undoubtedly Donald Trump," Christie said, according to NBCNews.com.
"Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson is rooting for Donald Trump in 2016. According to PR Newswire, Robertson said, "He's not afraid to tell it like it is. He's a friend of the Second Amendment . . . the man I'm standing behind to be the next President of the United States -- Donald Trump."
TV personality Tila Tequila posted a more-than-5-minute YouTube video stating she is a "huge Donald Trump supporter," although admitting at first she "laughed at him," thought of him as "a joke," and "just another puppet."
TMZ caught up with actor and former "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant Lou Ferrigno, during which he confirmed being a conservative, and wishing "Donald the best" and "hoping he goes all the way."
Dennis Rodman voiced his support for Donald Trump's candidacy on July 24, 2015. The former NBA player tweeted, "@realDonaldTrump has been a great friend for many years. We don't need another politician, we need a businessman like Mr. Trump! Trump 2016."
Former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson went on HuffPost Live in October 2015 and revealed he would endorse presidential candidate Donald Trump. "He should be president of the United States," Tyson said.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger tells the 2004 Republican National Convention that he became a Republican after watching a Richard Nixon and Hubert Humphrey debate during the 1968 presidential election.
Actor Bruce Willis supported President George H.W. Bush in his 1992 re-election campaign against Bill Clinton, according to a May 2012 interview that appeared in Esquire.
Actor Sylvester Stallone supported John McCain during his 2008 presidential bid, the Boston Globe reported.
Clint Eastwood endorsed Mitt Romney < for president in August 2012, The Associated Press reported.
Singer Jessica Simpson endorsed President George W. Bush in 2004, the Daily Mail reported.
Actor Jon Voight made headlines in 2009 when he called President Barack Obama "a false prophet" at a Republican fundraiser.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling appeared with John McCain during his 2008 presidential campaign.
Longtime Las Vegas entertainer Wayne Newton endorsed Michele Bachmann's presidential bid, the Daily Caller reported.
Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Victoria Jackson is an ardent critic of President Barack Obama and is a regular figure at Florida Tea Party events, the Sun-Sentinel reported in 2012.
NFL legend John Elway donated $20,000 to John McCain's 2008 presidential bid, CBS News reported.
Legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan endorsed Mitt Romney for president in 2012, The Huffington Post reported.
Pop superstar Nicki Minaj didn't endorse Mitt Romney, but in a guest appearance on the track "Mercy" from the Lil Wayne mixtape "Dedication 4," she rapped, "I'm a Republican / Voting for Mitt Romney," though she later said the line was intended to be sarcastic, the New York Times reported.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek gave $3,000 to former Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, The Daily Beast reported.
Actor James Caan told Fox News in 2010 that he's an "ultra conservative."
Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan said she was supporting Mitt Romney's 2012 bid for the presidency, E! News reported.
Initially a supporter of the Democratic Party, Frank Sinatra switched allegiances after a falling out with John F. Kennedy and later was a big booster of friend Ronald Reagan's White House bids, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Singer Hilary Duff attended President George W. Bush's second inauguration, CNN reported.
Former Mets and Yankees hurler Al Leiter has campaigned for George W. Bush and other Republicans, and has expressed interest in running for public office one day, PolitickerNJ reported.
Boxing promoter Don King was a supporter of President George W. Bush, he told New York Magazine.
"Sopranos" actor Tony Sirico donated to Rudy Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign, CNN reported.
Racing legend Richard Petty appeared with John McCain at a Nascar event in September 2008, the New York Times reported.
Actor Jim Caviezel appeared in a 2006 commercial that opposed stem cell research, the New York Times reported.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford supported President Obama in 2008 but has switched support to Republican Mitt Romney, according to a tweet by Romney's spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom. She also appeared in a video for a Romney fundraiser, but said it was a favor for one of Romney's sons.
Golfer Jack Nicklaus backed John McCain for president in 2008, NBC Sports reported.
"Clueless" actress Stacey Dash made waves in October 2012 when she announced via Twitter that she was supporting Mitt Romney for president.
Rock legend Alice Cooper backed President George W. Bush in 2004, Yahoo! news reported.
Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner participated in a 2006 celebrity ad that opposed stem cell research in Missouri, CBS News reported.
County music singer Trace Adkins backs Mitt Romney for president and will perform at the 2012 Republican National Convention, Politico reported.
"Little House on the Prairie" actress Melissa Gilbert donated to Rudy Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign, CNN reported.
Actress Juliette Lewis endorsed Ron Paul during the 2012 Republican presidential primary, Reason.com reported.
"Charles in Charge" actor Scott Baio attended a fundraiser for Mitt Romney during his 2012 presidential bid, Politico reported.
Wilt Chamberlain supported Richard Nixon during the 1968 presidential race, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Actress Patricia Heaton is a Republican, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Late pitchman Billy Mays revealed he was a Republican during a 2008 interview with the business journal Portfolio.com.
Actress Bo Derek campaigned for both George W. Bush and his father and endorsed Rudy Giuliani in his 2008 presidential bid, but she maintains she's an independent who voted for Barack Obama in 2008, Politico reported.
Former astronaut Harrison Schmitt served a term as a Republican U.S. senator from New Mexico in the 1970s, the El Paso Times reported.
Singer Kid Rock, pictured onstage with Mitt Romney, sings the GOP presidential hopeful's campaign anthem, "Born Free," USA Today reported.
Wrestler and actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson spoke at the 2000 Republican National Convention.
Larry the Cable Guy
Comedian Larry the Cable Guy made a guest appearance on "Live with Regis and Kelly" in 2011 to share the story of how he crashed Sarah Palin's house in Alaska to say hello to the former vice presidential candidate.
Actress Heather Locklear spoke at a campaign event for Republican congressional candidate Randy Hoffman, EOnline.com reported.
Baseball legend Jackie Robinson supported Richard Nixon's 1960 presidential bid, according to ESPN.com.
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, pictured here on stage with Steven Tyler, supported John McCain in 2008, the Boston Herald reported.
Lara Flynn Boyle
Actress Lara Flynn Boyle was once named "Republican Babe of the Week" on the now-defunct site JerseyGOP.com, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported.
Jets owner Woody Johnson has helped spearhead Mitt Romney's fundraising efforts in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, The Newark Star-Ledger reported.
Actor Stephen Baldwin spoke at the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference, The New York Times reported.
NBA legend Karl Malone has donated money to the Republican Party, according to a report cited by ESPN.com.
Entertainment mogul Simon Cowell backed Conservative David Cameron for British prime minister in 2010, the Daily Mail reported.
Actor Clint Howard told a California GOP convention in early 2011 that he's a Republican, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon made two unsuccessful bids as a Republican candidate for Senate in Connecticut, the New York Times reported.
Actor Tom Selleck donated $2,300 to John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Former Republican Rep. Jack Kemp was an all-star quarterback for the Buffalo Bills in the 1960s, The New York Times reported.
Superstar film producer Jerry Bruckheimer donated to John McCain during his 2008 presidential bid, Politico reported.
College basketball icon Bobby Knight endorsed Texas congressional candidate Roger Williams back when he was considering a run for the U.S. Senate in 2011, the Houston Chronicle reported.
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez donated $2,000 to President George W. Bush's re-election campaign in 2004, CBS News reported.
Former Chrysler chairman Lee Iacocca, who voted for President Barack Obama in 2008, said he's backing Mitt Romney in 2012, the Washington Times reported.
Legendary NFL coach Mike Ditka declined to run for Senate in 2004 as a member of the Republican Party, a race that would have pitted him against Barack Obama in Illinois, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Singer Sonny Bono first entered politics in 1988 when he was elected mayor of Palm Springs, Calif., and was elected to Congress as a Republican in 1994, The New York Times reported.
Donald Trump endorsed Mitt Romney at Trump's Las Vegas hotel, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Olympic speedskater Dan Jansen supported Mitt Romney for president in both 2008 and 2012, CBS News reported.
Child star Shirley Temple was a delegate to the 1988 Republican National Convention, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Singer Kelly Clarkson expressed her admiration for Ron Paul during the Republican primaries, though she stopped short of formally endorsing the Texas congressman, Fox News reported.
Porn icon Jenna Jameson endorsed Mitt Romney for president in August 2012, the New York Daily News reported.
NFL legend Troy Aikman supported John McCain during his 2008 presidential bid, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Recording artist Meat Loaf told CNN's Piers Morgan in August 2011 that he'd vote for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie if he ran for president.
Elvis Presley met with Richard Nixon at the White House in December 1970 to express his concerns over the rising influence of the counterculture movement, according to an exhibit maintained online by the National Archives.
Republican N.J. Congressman Jon Runyan was a NFL offensive tackle for 14 years before retiring in 2010, according to his official House website.
Actor Vince Vaughn endorsed Ron Paul for president in September 2011, the National Review reported.
Actor Gary Busey endorsed Donald Trump and briefly Newt Gingrich for president in 2011, Reuters reported.
"Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak, pictured here with Vanna White, gave $2,000 to the Republican National Committee in 2010 and has penned a column for the National Review, The Daily Beast reported.
Actor Gary Sinise is credited with organizing a network of conservative entertainers called "Friends of Abe," the Washington Times reported in 2008.
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons endorsed Mitt Romney for president in an April 2012 appearance on "Fox and Friends."
Actor Powers Boothe narrated a 2008 campaign commercial for John McCain, the Dallas Morning News reported.
Former Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was suspended from baseball for 15 months after giving illegal contributions to President Richard Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign, The Associated Press reported.
Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Brad Grey donated to John McCain's 2008 presidential bid, Politico reported.
After losing the 2009 Miss USA contest under controversial circumstances, Carrie Prejean became a conservative hero and spoke at the "Values Voters Summit 2009" among right-wing luminaries such as Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Bill O'Reilly, CBS News reported.
Former MLB pitcher Jeff Suppan was featured in a 2006 political commercial opposing stem cell research in Missouri, The New York Times reported.
Singer Barry Manilow contributed to Ron Paul's 2008 presidential campaign, the Daily Caller reported in 2011.
Actor Robert Duvall donated money to former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's presidential bid in 2008, Politico reported.
Former MLB second baseman Jeff Kent donated $15,000 to help oppose same-sex marriage in California during the Proposition 8 referendum, the Los Angeles Times reported.
John Wayne supported Ronald Reagan's 1966 campaign for governor of California, appearing in a television commercial to endorse the former actor.
Dallas Cowboys owners Jerry Jones has donated to Republican candidates since 1984, according to FrumForum.
Actor Dennis Hopper voted for both George W. Bush and his father and donated to the Republican National Committee, the Las Vegas Sun reported in 2008.
Johnny Ramone expressed his admiration for President George W. Bush during the Ramones' induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002, the Washington Times reported.
Actor Ron Silver became a Republican after the Sept. 11 attacks and spoke at the 2004 Republican National Convention, USA Today reported.
NBA hall-of-famer Clyde Drexler, seen performing on an episode of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," has donated money to the Republican Party in the past, according to a report cited by ESPN.com.
Onetime Superman Dean Cain supported John McCain in 2008 and backed Rick Perry in 2012, Politico reported.
Singer Lee Greenwood sang at a Paul Ryan campaign event in 2012, Twitchy.com reported.
Baseball Hall-of-famer Nolan Ryan endorsed Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst against Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz in the 2012 runoff election for U.S. Senate, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy, pictured here with Mitt Romney at a campaign stop at the Whistle Stop Cafe, in Mobile, Ala., endorsed the former Massachusetts governor in March, Politico reported.
"The View" co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck campaigned for Sarah Palin during the 2008 presidential contest, the New York Daily News reported.
Lee Ann Womack
Singer Lee Ann Womack appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention, The Associated Press reported.
"Saturday Night Live" creator and producer Lorne Michaels, pictured at a Los Angeles Lakers game with actor Jack Nicholson, donated to John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign, Politico reported.
Actor Rip Torn donated to John McCain during his 2008 presidential bid, Politico reported.
Television personality Ben Stein was a speechwriter in Richard Nixon's administration and described the 37th president as a "guide and mentor" in a 2011 interview with radio host Mike Cuthbert.
Former Atlanta Braves pitcher and New York Mets nemesis John Rocker endorsed Mitt Romney earlier this year, according to a report cited by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Playwright David Mamet penned an essay in 2008 in which he declared he's "no longer a brain-dead liberal" while embracing the works of conservative luminaries Milton Friedman, Paul Johnson and Shelby Steele, The Village Voice reported.
Adam Sandler donated money to Rudy Giuliani's 2008 presidential bid, according to a Politico report.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and California senatorial candidate Carly Fiorina endorsed Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential bid, Bloomberg News reported.
Craig T. Nelson
Actor Craig T. Nelson appeared on Glenn Beck's television show in 2009 and said he was considering not paying income taxes.
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow has appeared in a controversial commercial sponsored by Focus on the Family, a Christian ministry that opposes abortion.
"Saturday Night Live" alum and radio host Dennis Miller is a regular guest on Fox's "The O'Reilly Factor," and toured with Bill O'Reilly in summer 2012, the Chicago Tribune reported.
Megadeth front man Dave Mustaine supported Rick Santorum for president, the New York Daily News reported.
Actor and Internet phenomenon Chuck Norris appeared in a 2007 campaign commercial for former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee during his presidential bid.
Charlton Heston was a fierce gun advocate and was elected to four terms as president of the National Rifle Association, The New York Times reported.
Country music singer and onetime Texas gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman wrote glowingly about Rick Perry in a 2011 op-ed for The Daily Beast.
Former New York Giants owner Wellington Mara donated $11,250 to Republican candidates throughout his lifetime, FrumForum.com reported.
Singer Donnie Osmond donated $2,500 to Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign, Politico reported.
Actress Angie Harmon supported John McCain over President Barack Obama in the 2008 race, according to a report by Fox News.
Although she's never been explicit about her political views, speculation has abounded over the years over whether Britney Spears is a Republican, especially after making statements supporting President George W. Bush during the early years of the Iraq War, the Washington Times reported in March 2012.
Former MLB catcher and broadcaster Joe Garagiola Sr. campaigned with President Gerald Ford during his 1976 re-election campaign, according to the American Presidency Project.
Country singer Hank Williams Jr. has considered running for the U.S. Senate. He was dropped from his longtime affiliation with "Monday Night Football" after making a joke about President Barack Obama, USA Today reported in 2011.
"Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe stopped short of endorsing Mitt Romney during his 2012 presidential run, but the television personality appeared onstage with the candidate during a September stop in Ohio, the New York Daily News reported.
Ted Nugent was briefly investigated by the U.S. Secret Service in April 2012 after telling a National Rifle Association that if President Barack Obama is re-elected, he'll "either be dead or in jail by this time next year," according to a report on Yahoo! news.
Former MLB All-Star Mike Sweeney endorsed Rick Santorum for president in 2012, according to the candidate's website.
Actor Kelsey Grammer told Jimmy Kimmel in January 2012 that he believes Mitt Romney "will probably do a pretty good job."
Former Olympic figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi starred in an ad for the pro-Mitt Romney super PAC Restore Our Future to praise the former governor's stewardship of the 2002 games held in Salt Lake City.