Liberal celebrities in Hollywood include some of the world's biggest stars, including Michael Jordan, Kanye, Sarah Silverman, Natalie Portman, Eminem, Lady Gaga, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Faith Hill, Kevin Bacon and Harrison Ford.
Comedian Sarah Silverman introduced U.S. Senator (I-VT) and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to an estimated 27,000 people crowded in and around the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena on August 10, 2015. Sanders denounced big money politics and pledged to fight institutional racism. `"We don't take money from billionaires,'' Sanders said. "We don't take money from corporations. And yet we have received more individual contributions than any other campaign.'' Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Reality star Kim Kardashian West and her husband rapper Kanye West showed their support for presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton in August on Instagram. Kardashian, famous for her love of selfies, shared a photo of herself, the former Secretary of State and her husband titled: "I got my selfie!!! I really loved hearing her speak & hearing her goals for our country! #HillaryForPresident".
Above: Kardashian and West arrive on the red carpet at the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City on June 1, 2015. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
Natalie Portman is a open supporter of the Democratic party. She campaigned for Democratic nominees John Kerry in 2004 and Hillary Clinton in 2008. She later campaigned for presidential nominee Barack Obama in the 2008 general election. UPI/Phil McCarten
Halle Berry has been a longtime supporter of Barack Obama. Before the 2008 elections, the actress was seen sporting an "Obama for Change" t-shirt. She also contributed to Obama's presidential campaign, with the maximum donation possible: $2,300.
Even though Scarlet Johansson is a registered independent, the actress has shown her support for the Democratic party by campaigning for presidential candidates John Kerry and Barack Obama. UPI/Jim Ruymen