The race for the presidency is heating up and the stars are pouring money into their favorite candidates' political campaigns. An Associated Press review of campaign records has identified the stars who are opening their pockets.
In 2004, movie, television and recording industries gave $33.1 million to federal candidates and parties. Before that, in 2000, $38.6 million was contributed. In both elections, Democrats got the majority of the money.
Here is a list of the stars, who they support, and how much they donated to their campaign:
Hillary Clinton Michael Douglas: $4,600 Paul Newman: $4,600 Barbra Streisand: $2,300 Steven Spielberg: $2,300 Rob Reiner: $2,300
Barack Obama Oprah Winfrey: $2,300 Paul Newman: $4,600 Barbra Streisand: $2,300 Will Smith: $4,600 Chris Rock: $4,600 Jamie Foxx: $2,300 Eddie Murphy: $2,300 Tyra Banks: $2,300 Halle Berry: $2,300 George Clooney: $2,300 Ed Norton: $2,300 Jennifer Aniston: $2,300 Zach Braff: $2,300 Brooke Shields: $2,300
John Edwards Barbra Streisand: $2,300 Bonnie Raitt: $2,300 Jackson Browne: $2,300 James Denton: $4,600