Matt Damon, Michael Douglas among stars giving to campaigns
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Democrat presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGillibrand announces exploratory committee to run for president on Colbert Former PepsiCo CEO being considered for World Bank chief post: report Live coverage: Trump AG pick grilled on Mueller probe at confirmation hearing MORE wins for snagging third-quarter donations from some of the bigger names in Hollywood, but Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersBrown launches tour in four early nominating states amid 2020 consideration Gillibrand announces exploratory committee to run for president on Colbert Dem chairman Cummings meets with Trump health chief to discuss drug prices MORE (I-Vt.) comes through with many entertainers backing him as well. The Republicans don’t do quite as well, but some have attracted a handful of stars. Check back for updates.


Dianna Agron — Cheerleader Quinn Fabray in "Glee"

Candice Bergen — "Murphy Brown"

Matt Damon — "The Martian"

Geena Davis  Dr. Nicole Herman on "Grey's Anatomy," President Mackenzie Allen on the TV series "Commander in Chief" and Thelma in "Thelma & Louise"

Michael Douglas — Gordon Gekko in "Wall Street" 

Corey Feldman — The voice of Slash in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Jesse Tyler Ferguson — “Modern Family”

Allie Grant — "Weeds," "Suburgatory" and "Grey's Anatomy"

Tom Hanks and his actress wife Rita Wilson

Marg Helgenberger — Catherine Willows in "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and Christine Price in "Under the Dome"  

John Leguizamo — “Fugly!”

Tina Louise — Ginger on "Gilligan’s Island"

Chloë Moretz — "If I Stay"

Meg Ryan — "When Harry Met Sally," "You've Got Mail" and "Sleepless in Seattle"

John Shea — Lex Luthor in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"

Octavia Spencer — Academy Award-winning actress from “The Help”



Taxi’s Danny DeVito and his actress wife Rhea Perlman

Mark Ruffalo — Star of “The Avengers”

Dan Bakkedahl — from “The Mindy Project”

David Coennen — from "Django Unchained"

William Smillie — “The Dark Knight”

Vincent Kartheiser — from “Mad Men”

Jon Patrick Walker — from “Winter’s Tale”

Richmond Arquette — Actor, writer

Deidre Hall — Dr. Marlena Evans on “Days of Our Lives"

Nancy Stephens — “Halloween"

Maura Tierney — “The Affair,” “ER”



Actor Clint Howard



Jim Meskimen — Stand-up comedian from “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”



Orson Bean — 87-year-old actor whose latest role was Bernie Cantor in the 2015 comedy "Wake Up America!"

Johnny Van Zant — Lead vocalist of Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Babyface — R&B musician and producer Kenneth Edmonds and his dancer wife Nicole Pantenburg

Maureen Child — Romance novelist



Garrison Keillor — Storyteller



James Denton — Actor from “Desperate Housewives”



Eloise DeJoria  "Weekend at Bernie's," "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"

Toby Keith — Country music singer-songwriter

Jason Fuchs — Screenwriter, "Ice Age: Continental Drift," "Pan"

Jim Nantz — CBS Sports commentator



Nelson Sardelli — Las Vegas singer-comedian

Susan Hertog — Author, “Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Her Life”