Danny Aiello, "I turned in my card to become a Republican because I did not want to be known as a Democrat under that person (Bill Clinton)'s regime"
Kim Alexis, pro-life, born-again Christian former model
Scott Baio, attended President Ronald Reagan's funeral in June 2004
Adam Baldwin, not a "Baldwin brother"
Stephen Baldwin, Republican Baldwin brother and born-again Christian; appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention 
Pat Boone, appeared at 2000 Republican National Convention
Ernest Borgnine, donated money in support of President George W. Bush's campaign in 2004
Julie Bowen, donated money to Helen Delich Bentley's last campaign. 
Bruce Boxleitner, but wife Melissa Gilbert is a Democrat.
Zachary Ty Bryan
Delta Burke, married to Gerald McRaney
James Cagney, originally Democrat, became more conservative over the years.
Dean Cain, donated $3000 to George W. Bush's campaign.
Dixie Carter, attended the 2000 Republican National Convention; donated $2500 to $3000 to the Tennessee Republican Party
Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson)
Emma Caulfield, Republican Babe of the Week!, "I would never fully admit to being a Republican in this town", she told Premiere magazine, "I want to work."; voted for John Kerry in the 2004 election 
Nancy Davis, future Mrs. Ronald Reagan and First Lady (January 1981 - January 1989).
Yvonne DeCarlo, Democrat who voted for Ronald Reagan
Bo Derek, appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention; , 
Shannen Doherty, "I'm a conservative. I was an avid supporter of Ronald Reagan; I thought he was fabulous" #14
Jerry Doyle, #14
Fred Dryer (also football player)
Robert Duvall, "One guy asked me, 'How can you be an actor and be a Republican?' I can vote either way. But how can you boil it down to [political affiliation]? All the atrocities against blacks in the South were committed by Democratic sheriffs." , , 
R. Lee Ermey
"I’m an Independent. I’m not a Republican, I’m not a Democrat. I’m a middle-of-the-road guy and I call on logic and common sense, okay? I didn’t vote for John Kerry, however, if John Kerry was our president right now I’d be just as firmly behind him and support him just as firmly as I do George W. Bush and his administration and I wish more people would be like that."
Jinx Falkenburg, Republican activist & fund-raiser
Dennis Franz, 
Vincent Gallo, also director
John Gavin, actor, later Republican political appointee (as envoy to Mexico)
Mel Gibson, 
Kelsey Grammer, donated money in support of President Bush and Republicans 2004 , 
Fred Grandy, also a former congressman from Iowa
Lee Greenwood, oft-married right-wing singer-songwriter
Angie Harmon, appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention.  
Helen Hayes, attended several Republican National Conventions
Patricia Heaton, Republican due to pro-life position,
Charlton Heston, formerly outspoken Republican Party and NRA supporter 
Bob Hope, long-time Republican supporter
Jonathan Jackson; he and his brother Richard campaigned for George W. Bush 
Richard Lee Jackson, he and his brother Jonathan campaigned for George W. Bush 
John James, appeared at 1988 Republican National Convention
Al Jolson, campaigned for Calvin Coolidge
Shirley Jones, appeared at the 1988 Republican National Convention; sang national anthem
Cheryl Ladd, appeared at 1988 Republican National Convention
Larry The Cable Guy
Heather Locklear, "She’s a registered Republican!" - Maxim Magazine"
Anita Louise - Note: do not confuse with Tina Louise
Deana Lund--Ronald Reagan and George Bush
Loretta Lynn - supporting Republicans since at least Ronald Reagan
surviving members of Lynyrd Skynyrd
Gerald McRaney 
Dina Merrill, pro-choice Republican; heiress to fortune as daughter of Marjorie Merriweather Post.
Dennis Miller 
Montgomery Gentry, seen in picture with 2008 Republican Presidential Candidate Fred Thompson during campaign stop
Chuck Norris, donated money in support of incumbent George W. Bush and Republicans 2004. , 
Paula Prentiss, donated money in support of incumbent George W. Bush and Republicans in 2004 .
Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Ronald Reagan, ceased voting Democrat in 1952, largely over issue of Communism; changed affiliations officially and later became California Governor and eventually 40th President of the United States
Joan Rivers, voted (or used to vote) Republican in the 1980s and 1990s; she attended Ronald Reagan's funeral. 
Ginger Rogers, campaigned for Thomas Dewey against fellow Missourian Harry S Truman in 1948
Kurt Russell, libertarian but votes Republican 
Adam Sandler, supported/donated money to Rudy Giuliani for his 2008 presidential campaign. 
Jon Secada, anti-Castro Cuban-American
Rick Schroder, appeared at the several Republican National Conventions, including 2004 
Arnold Schwarzenegger, 38th Governor of California, #4
Tom Selleck #12
Ron Silver, former Democrat; radicalized by 9/11; appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention. , , [220.127.116.11/focus/f-news/1248289/pos... Outspoken Bush Supporter]
Frank Sinatra, long-term Democrat; switched parties late in life
Ben Stein, former Nixon administration operative, donated money in support of President Bush and Republicans 2004, , 
Connie Stevens, appeared at 2000 Republican National Convention
Shirley Temple, former Ambassador to Ghana
Fred Thompson, also a U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1995-2001; possible Republican Presidential candidate in 2008 (depends on primaries)
Rip Torn, appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention. 
Jon Voight, seen in picture with 2008 Republican Presidential Candidate Fred Thompson during campaign stop
John Wayne, legendary screen actor and right-wing Republican
James Woods, "I love George Bush right now and I always have. I'm the only guy in L.A. who voted for him.", 
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
 TV/Radio Personalities
Neal Boortz - Libertarian
Lou Dobbs - Republican, but extremely critical of Bush administration since at least 2005. 
Larry Elder - Libertarian
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Appeared at the 2004 Republican National Convention. 
Phil Hendrie, Democrat, but leans conservative. Supports George W. Bush and Iraq War.
E. D. Hill
Tom Joyner 
John Kasich, FOX-TV host; former United States House Representative from Ohio
Dr. Phil McGraw
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (a.k.a. "Kennedy")
Pat Sajak, #12
 Filmmakers and Entertainment Executives
Rob Long, one of the producers of Cheers
Louis B. Mayer
Aaron Russo, Hollywood producer, 
Richard Darryl Zanuck, movie producer, son of Darryl F. Zanuck; donated money in support of President Bush and Republicans 2004.
David Zucker, Directed pro-Bush ad for conservative 527 group Club for Growth.
Ernie Banks, endorsed President Bush in open letter October 21, 2004. 
Carlos Beltran, endorsed President Bush in open letter October 21, 2004. #15
Craig Biggio, endorsed President Bush in open letter October 21, 2004. 
Jim Bunning, former baseball player; current United States Senator from Kentucky
Luis Gonzalez, endorsed Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ) in his 2006 re-election bid. 
Johnny Damon, New York Yankee campaigned for then-presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.
Adam Dunn, endorsed President Bush in open letter October 21, 2004. 
Bob Feller, endor