Bradley Cooper (Chris Kyle from American Sniper and Rocket Raccoon from the Marvel movies): Has denied that American Sniper was a political movie, preferring it to be “about a man - a character study.”
Dennis Quaid (Tuck Pendleton from Innerspace): Is politically independent, has voted for both Democrats and Republicans and is open to different points of view.
Ang Lee (director of Brokeback Mountain, Gemini Man, Hulk (2003), Life of Pi and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon): Said China’s boycott of Taiwan awards show a loss no matter the red carpet or the films and politics are an aspect we don’t want to see, but we have to face it because we live in this world.
Ron Perlman: On the opposite list with a stronger reason. He's at #32
Stephen King (author of many books such as Misery, It, and The Shining): Despite being very left leaning, he believes that quality is far more important than diversity in art, stating the following: "I would never consider diversity in the matters of art. Only quality. It seems to me that to do otherwise would be wrong."
Ethan Klein (59): Supports the Leaving Neverland documentary and labeled Michael Jackson as a child molester in addition to praising Oprah Winfrey’s approach on the topic and calling the backlash against against Oprah, Wade Robinson, and James Safechuck “horrifying”.
Gabrielle Union (Former America's Got Talent judge): Has exposed the racist and toxic culture of NBC and America's Got Talent.