List of vegans

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Veganism increased significantly in popularity in the 2000s, in part for reasons of human health, and in part out of concern for animals or the environment.[1]

Vegans can be split broadly into three groups. Dietary vegans exclude animal products from their diets, often for health reasons, but may continue to wear clothes or use toiletries that contain them.[2] Ethical vegans are concerned with animal welfare, animal rights, and the prevention of cruelty to animals; they reject the commodification of animals and refrain from eating or using them in any way.[3] Environmental vegans argue that a wholly plant-based diet is the only environmentally sustainable way to feed the expanding human species; Paul Watson, president of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, writes that the society's ships are vegan because its crews are marine conservationists, not because they are animal rights advocates.[4]

The following is a list of popular people reported to adhere to a vegan diet.

Pamela Anderson, Canadian actor
Erykah Badu, American singer-songwriter
Bethany Black, British comedian
Russell Brand, British comedian
Brendan Brazier, Canadian triathlete
Capleton, Jamaican musician
Cesar Chavez, American civil-rights activist
Robert Cheeke, American bodybuilder
George M. Church, American professor of genetics
Ellen DeGeneres, American talk-show host
Dwayne De Rosario, Canadian footballer
Portia de Rossi, Australian actor
Janez Drnovšek, 2nd president of Slovenia
Joichi Ito, Japanese venture capitalist
Tonya Kay, American dancer
Gulu Lalvani, Pakistani businessman
Avril Lavigne, Canadian singer-songwriter
Carl Lewis, American athlete
Andre Matos, Brazilian musician
Lea Michele, American actress
Petra Němcová, Czech model
Ingrid Newkirk, British president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Sinéad O'Connor, Irish singer-songwriter
Bree Olson, Penthouse Pet and former adult entertainer, pictured here at Adult Video News (AVN) Entertainment Expo 2012
Sten Oomen, Dutch writer
Brad Pitt, American actor
Prince, American singer-songwriter
Tom Regan, American philosopher specializing in animal rights
Alicia Silverstone, American actor
Belinda Stronach, Canadian businesswoman
Peter Sunde, Swedish co-founder of The Pirate Bay
Peter Tatchell, Australian-born human rights activist
Taryn Terrell, American wrestler
Benjamin Zephaniah, British poet

A–F[edit]

NameOccupationBirthplaceSource
Ackerman, ChadChad AckermanSinger, songwriterUnited States[5]
Adams, BryanBryan AdamsSinger, songwriterCanada[6]
Adams, Carol J.Carol J. AdamsWriter, feminist, animal rights advocateUnited States[7]
Affleck, CaseyCasey AffleckActorUnited States[8]
Alcott, Amos BronsonAmos Bronson AlcottTeacher, TranscendentalistUnited States[9]
Anderson, PamelaPamela AndersonActorCanada[10]
André 3000RapperUnited States[11]
Apple, FionaFiona AppleSinger, songwriterUnited States[12]
Aries, AustinAustin AriesProfessional wrestlerMilwaukee, Wisconsin[13]
Arm, Allisyn AshleyAllisyn Ashley ArmActor, sketch comedienneUnited States[14]
Autumn, EmilieEmilie AutumnSinger, songwriter, violinist, harpsichordist, poetUnited States[15]
Baboumian, PatrikPatrik BaboumianStrongman competitor, former bodybuilderGermany[16]
Badu, ErykahErykah BaduSinger, songwriterUnited States[17]
Bailey, TomTom BaileyMusician, formerly of the Thompson TwinsUnited Kingdom[18]
Baldwin, AlecAlec BaldwinActorUnited States[19]
Ball, MattMatt BallExecutive director of Vegan OutreachUnited States[20]
Balluch, MartinMartin BalluchCo-founder of the Austrian Vegan SocietyAustria[21]
Barker, TravisTravis BarkerMusician, producer, entrepreneurUnited States[22]
Barnard, NealNeal BarnardPhysician, president of Physicians Committee for Responsible MedicineUnited States[23]
Baur, GeneGene BaurActivistUnited States[24]
Begley, Jr., EdEd Begley, Jr.ActorUnited States[25]
Bekoff, MarcMarc BekoffEthologistUnited States[26]
Bell, BrianBrian BellGuitarist for WeezerUnited States[27]
Bell, KristenKristen BellActor (Veronica Mars, House of Lies)United States[28][29]
Best, StevenSteven BestPhilosopherUnited States[30]
Bialik, MayimMayim BialikActor (Big Bang Theory, Blossom)United States[31]
Bixler-Zavala, CedricCedric Bixler-ZavalaMusician, member of The Mars Volta and At The Drive-InUnited States[32]
Black, BethanyBethany BlackComedianUnited Kingdom[33]
Blair, LindaLinda BlairActorUnited States[34]
Bloom, LisaLisa BloomProminent civil rights attorney, author, TV host and commentatorUnited States[35]
Bogdanovich, PeterPeter BogdanovichFilm directorUnited States[36]
Boyd, DarrenDarren BoydActor, singer, star of SpyUnited Kingdom[37]
Bradley, TimothyTimothy BradleyProfessional boxerUnited States[38]
Brand, RussellRussell BrandComedian, actor, columnist, singer, author, radio/television presenterUnited Kingdom[39]
Brazier, BrendanBrendan BrazierTriathleteCanada[40]
Brennan, SeanSean BrennanMusicianUnited States[41]
Bridges, BeauBeau BridgesActorUnited States[42]
Briggs, DanDan BriggsMusician with Between the Buried and MeUnited States[43]
Brooks, GarthGarth BrooksMusicianUnited States[44]
Brophy, BrigidBrigid BrophyWriterUnited Kingdom[45]
Brown, Patrick O.Patrick O. BrownBiochemistUnited States[46]
Browning, MarkMark BrowningSinger-songwriter from Canadian band OxCanada[47]
Burgan, HunterHunter BurganBassist for AFIUnited States[48]
Butler, GeezerGeezer ButlerBassist, songwriter and founding member of Black SabbathUnited Kingdom[49]
Cameron, JamesJames CameronFilm directorCanada[50]
Cameron, MollyMolly CameronCyclistUnited States[51]
Campbell, T. ColinT. Colin CampbellProfessor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell UniversityUnited States[52]
CapletonReggae musicianJamaica[53]
Chastain, JessicaJessica ChastainActorUnited States[54]
Chávez, CésarCésar ChávezCo-founder of the National Farm Workers AssociationUnited States[55]
Cheeke, RobertRobert CheekeBodybuilderUnited States[56]
ChikezieAmerican Idol finalist and singerUnited States[57]
Church, George M.George M. ChurchScientistUnited States[58]
Cipes, GregGreg CipesActor, singer, surferUnited States[59]
Cohn, KneelKneel CohnSinger, guitarist, songwriter for The Dead Stars on HollywoodUnited States[60]
Cooper, TT CooperNovelistUnited States[61]
Coscarelli, ChloeChloe CoscarelliVegan chefUnited States[62]
Crew, AmandaAmanda CrewActorCanada[63]
Crockett, JuliJuli CrockettPlaywright, theater director, retired professional boxer, musicianUnited States[64]
Cromwell, JamesJames CromwellActorUnited States[65]
Cumming, AlanAlan CummingActorScotland[66]
Cummo, LukeLuke CummoMixed martial artistUnited States[19]
Danielson, BryanBryan DanielsonProfessional wrestlerUnited States[67]
Danson, TedTed DansonActor, author, producerUnited States[68]
Danzig, MacMac DanzigProfessional mixed martial arts fighterUnited States[69]
Davis, KarenKaren DavisPresident of United Poultry ConcernsUnited States[70]
Davis, StephSteph DavisProfessional rock climberUnited States[71]
Davison, RosannaRosanna DavisonModel, Miss World 2003Republic of Ireland[72]
DeGeneres, EllenEllen DeGeneresActor, comedienne, talk-show hostUnited States[73]
Dekker, ThomasThomas DekkerActor, musicianUnited States[74]
Desaulniers, EliseElise DesaulniersQuebec writer, journalistCanada[75]
Deschanel, EmilyEmily DeschanelActorUnited States[76]
Dewan-Tatum, JennaJenna Dewan-TatumActorUnited States[77]
Dinshah, H. JayH. Jay DinshahActivistUnited States[78]
Donohoe, AlanAlan DonohoeLead vocalist of the RakesUnited Kingdom[79]
Dorrius, WesleyWesley DorriusDee jayNetherlands[80]
Dorf, Michael C.Michael C. DorfCornell law professor, authorUnited States[81]
Dorn, MichaelMichael DornActorUnited States[82]
Drnovšek, JanezJanez Drnovšek12th President of Yugoslavia, 2nd President of SloveniaSlovenia[83]
Dunayer, JoanJoan DunayerWriterUnited States[84]
Ebdon, PeterPeter EbdonSnooker playerUnited Kingdom[85]
Esselstyn, CaldwellCaldwell EsselstynPhysicianUnited States[86]
Estrada, Jade EstebanJade Esteban EstradaHumoristUnited States[87]
Faith, WilliamWilliam FaithGothic rock/dark wave artist of Faith and the MuseUnited States[88]
Feldmann, JohnJohn FeldmannLead vocalist and guitarist of Goldfinger and producerUnited States[89]
Ferdin, PamelynPamelyn FerdinActorUnited States[90]
Fisher, AdamAdam FisherGuitarist of Fear BeforeUnited States[91]
Fitch, JonJon FitchProfessional mixed martial arts fighterUnited States[92]
Ford, William ClayWilliam Clay Ford, Jr.Executive chairman of Ford Motor CompanyUnited States[19]
Arian FosterNFL footballerUnited States[93]
Francione, GaryGary FrancioneLaw professor, authorUnited States[94]
Franti, MichaelMichael FrantiReggae artistUnited States[95]
Freston, KathyKathy FrestonHealth and wellness authorUnited States[96]
Friedman, Glen E.Glen E. FriedmanPhotographerUnited States[97]
Friedrich, BruceBruce FriedrichDirector of Farm SanctuaryUnited States[98]

G–L[edit]

NameOccupationBirthplaceSource
Gabriela, Rodrigo yRodrigo y GabrielaMusiciansMexico[99]
Gandhi, ManekaManeka GandhiPoliticianIndia[100]
Garg, AnuAnu GargAuthor, speaker, engineerIndia[101]
Garner, RobertRobert GarnerPolitical theoristUnited Kingdom[102]
Gellatley, JulietJuliet GellatleyFounder of Viva!United Kingdom[103]
Gibb, RobinRobin GibbSinger-songwriter and founding member of the Bee GeesUnited Kingdom[104]
Gold, Craig TaroCraig Taro GoldWriter, entertainer, entrepreneurUnited States[105]
Gordy, BerryBerry GordyMusic executive, songwriter, record producer, film producer, television producerUnited States[106]
Gore, AlAl GorePolitician, advocate and philanthropist, former Vice President of the United States (1993–2001)United States[107]
Gossow, AngelaAngela GossowSinger of the Swedish metal band Arch EnemyGermany[108]
Graaf, VolkertVolkert van der GraafAssassinNetherlands[109]
Grande, ArianaAriana GrandeActress, singer and songwriterUnited States[110]
Greene, BrianBrian GreenePhysicistUnited States[111]
Greger, MichaelMichael GregerPhysicianUnited States[112]
Günsberg, AndrewAndrew GünsbergRadio and television personalityAustralia[113]
Hagman, LarryLarry HagmanActor, producer, directorUnited States[114]
Hall, John S.John S. HallPoet, spoken-word artist, lead vocalist of all incarnations of King MissileUnited States[115]
Hanh, Thich NhatThich Nhat HanhZen Buddhist monk and peace activistVietnam[116]
Hannah, DarylDaryl HannahActorUnited States[117]
Hardy, MariekeMarieke HardyWriter, TV and radio personalityAustralia[118]
Harnad, StevanStevan HarnadCanada Research Chair in Cognitive sciences, UQàMHungary[119]
Harper, BobBob HarperPersonal trainerUnited States[120]
Harrelson, WoodyWoody HarrelsonActorUnited States[121]
Harrison, EllieEllie Harrison[disambiguation needed]ArtistUnited Kingdom[122]
Hart, RobertRobert A de J HartHorticulturistUnited Kingdom[123]
Hathaway, AnneAnne HathawayActorUnited States[124]
Havok, DaveyDavey HavokLead vocalist of AFI and Blaqk AudioUnited States[125]
Heaven Shall BurnHeavy metal bandGermany[126]
High PlacesAmbient electronic duo, both membersUnited States[127]
Howell, DeanDean HowellEnglish professional association footballerUnited Kingdom[128]
Hynde, ChrissieChrissie HyndeSinger, songwriter and lead vocalist of The PretendersUnited States[129]
IldjarnOne-man-band, raw black metal musicianNorway[130]
Imus, DonDon ImusRadio host, humorist, philanthropist and writerUnited States[131]
Ingle, Christofer DrewChristofer Drew IngleMusician, vocalist of Never Shout NeverUnited States[132]
Ito, JoiJoi ItoEntrepreneurJapan[19]
Jamieson, CathyCathy JamiesonMember of the Scottish ParliamentUnited Kingdom[133]
Janssen, FamkeFamke JanssenActress, director, screenwriter, modelNetherlands[134]
Johnson, EricEric JohnsonProfessional American football playerUnited States[135]
Johnstone, Harley "Durianrider"Harley "Durianrider" JohnstoneVegan Activist, Mentor, AthleteAustrialia[136]
JónsiMusicianIceland[137]
Joseph, JohnJohn JosephSinger, author, animal rights advocate, member of Cro-MagsUnited States[138]
Jurek, ScottScott JurekRunnerUnited States[139]
Kanal, TonyTony KanalBassist, No DoubtUnited States[140]
Kaplan, MyqMyq KaplanActor, comedian, musicianUnited States[141]
Kasem, CaseyCasey KasemDisc jockey/media personality/voice of Shaggy RogersUnited States[142]
Kay, TonyaTonya KayDancerUnited States[143]
Keith, ShannonShannon KeithLawyer, film producerUnited States[144]
Keller, WadeWade KellerSports writerUnited States[145]
Kiedis, AnthonyAnthony KiedisSinger, songwriter and lead vocalist of Red Hot Chili PeppersUnited States[146]
Kilbey, SteveSteve KilbeySinger, songwriter and member of The ChurchUnited Kingdom[147]
Kilkenny, AllisonAllison KilkennyJournalist, writer, radio hostUnited States[148]
Kilstein, JamieJamie KilsteinComedian, writer, radio hostUnited States[149]
King, Coretta ScottCoretta Scott KingCivil rights leaderUnited States[150]
King, Dexter ScottDexter Scott KingActivistUnited States[151]
Kinsella, JohnJohn KinsellaPoetAustralia[152]
Klaper, MichaelMichael KlaperPhysicianUnited States[153]
Kline, ForrestForrest KlineLead vocalist of HellogoodbyeUnited States[154]
Kolla, KathyKathy KollaFilm directorUnited States[155]
Konietzko, BryanBryan KonietzkoCo-creator of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of KorraUnited States[156]
Kramer, SarahSarah KramerWriter and cookbook authorCanada[157]
Kucinich, DennisDennis KucinichDemocratic Congressman from Ohio, 2004 & 2008 presidential candidateUnited States[158]
Kucinich, ElizabethElizabeth KucinichDirector of public affairs, Physicians Committee for Responsible MedicineUnited States[159]
Lalvani, GuluGulu LalvaniEntrepreneurPakistan[19]
Lako LoSarah, LaduleLadule Lako LoSarahFootballer at Maziya S&RCUnited States[160]
lang, k.d.k.d. langSinger, songwriterCanada[161]
Langley, GillGill LangleyScientistUnited Kingdom[162]
Lanza, AdamAdam LanzaNo occupation, mass murdererUnited States[163]
Lapin, NicoleNicole LapinNews anchorUnited States[164]
Laraque, GeorgesGeorges LaraqueProfessional ice hockey playerCanada[19]
Lavigne, AvrilAvril LavigneSinger, songwriterCanada[165]
Lee, RonnieRonnie LeeAnimal rights activistUnited Kingdom[166]
Leifer, CarolCarol LeiferComedienneUnited States[167]
Leo, TedTed LeoSinger, songwriter and lead vocalist of Ted Leo and the PharmacistsUnited States[168]
Leto, JaredJared LetoMusicianUnited States[169]
Lewis, CarlCarl LewisTrack and field starUnited States[170]
Linden, BobBob LindenCreator of Go Vegan RadioUnited States[171]
Linzey, AndrewAndrew LinzeyTheologianUnited Kingdom[172]
Litman, EricEric LitmanEntrepreneur, angel investorUnited States[173]
Lyman, HowardHoward LymanFarmer, animal welfare and vegan activistUnited States[174]
Lyxzén, DennisDennis LyxzénLead vocalist of Refused and The (International) Noise ConspiracySweden[175]

M–R[edit]

NameOccupationBirthplaceSource
MacCarthy, KerryKerry McCarthyMember of British ParliamentUnited Kingdom[176]
MacCartney, JamesJames McCartneyMusicianUnited Kingdom[177]
MacDougall, LindsayLindsay McDougallMusician, radio personalityAustralia[178]
B, MackaMacka BReggae musicianUnited Kingdom[179]
MacKaye, IanIan MacKayePunk rock singer, songwriterUnited States[180]
Mackey, JohnJohn MackeyCEO and founder of Whole Foods MarketUnited States[19]
Madden, MichaelMichael MaddenMusician, bassist for Maroon 5United States[181]
Mann, KeithKeith MannAnimal rights activistUnited Kingdom[182]
Marcus, ErikErik MarcusWriter, speakerUnited States[183]
Marr, JohnnyJohnny MarrFormer guitarist for The Smiths, guitarist for Modest MouseUnited Kingdom[184]
Mascherino, FredFred MascherinoGuitarist and vocalist for The Color FredUnited States[185]
Masson, Jeffrey MoussaieffJeffrey Moussaieff MassonAmerican writer, former psychoanalystUnited States[186]
Mathews, DanDan MathewsSenior Vice President of People for the Ethical Treatment of AnimalsUnited States[187]
MatisyahuSinger-songwriterUnited States[188]
Matos, AndreAndre MatosMusicianBrazil[189]
Max, JoshJosh MaxGuitarist and vocalist for The MaxesUnited States[190]
Max, PeterPeter MaxArtistUnited States[191]
McCarthy, JennyJenny McCarthyModelUnited States[192]
McIlrath, TimTim McIlrathSinger, songwriter and lead vocalist of Rise AgainstUnited States[193]
McKay, NellieNellie McKayActor, animal rights advocate, and musicianUnited States[194]
McWilliams, James E.James E. McWilliamsAuthor, professorUnited States[195]
McWilliams-Franklin, TajTaj McWilliams-FranklinWNBA basketball playerUnited States[196]
Michele, LeaLea MicheleActor, singerUnited States[197][198]
Miller, EdEd MillerPoker authorUnited States[199]
Mills, HeatherHeather MillsCharity campaigner, restaurateurUnited Kingdom[200]
MobyElectronic musicianUnited States[201]
Monet, DaniellaDaniella MonetActor, singer, dancerUnited States[202]
Monson, ShaunShaun MonsonDirector of EarthlingsUnited States[203]
Moore, DemiDemi MooreActorUnited States[204]
Moran, VictoriaVictoria MoranWriter, inspirational speaker, radio hostUnited States[205]
Morissette, AlanisAlanis MorissetteSinger, songwriterCanada[206]
MorrisseySinger, songwriter and former lead vocalist of The SmithsUnited Kingdom[207]
Moskowitz, Isa ChandraIsa Chandra MoskowitzChef and authorUnited States[168]
Moss, Carrie AnneCarrie Anne MossActorUnited States[208]
Moulitsas, MarkosMarkos MoulitsasProminent US political bloggerUnited States[209]
Mowry, TiaTia MowryActor, Author, EntrepreneurGermany[210]
Mraz, JasonJason MrazAmerican singer/songwriterUnited States[211]
Munro, WillWill MunroArtistAustralia[212]
MutabarukaJamaican dub poetJamaica[213]
Naked, BifBif NakedPunk rock singerIndia[214]
Negreanu, DanielDaniel NegreanuProfessional poker playerCanada[19]
Němcová, PetraPetra NěmcováSupermodelCzech Republic[215]
Newkirk, IngridIngrid NewkirkFounder and president of People for the Ethical Treatment of AnimalsUnited Kingdom[216]
Neshek, PatPat NeshekMajor League Baseball playerUnited States[217]
Nibert, DavidDavid NibertSociologistUnited States[218]
Nicholson, HeatherHeather NicholsonAnimal rights activistUnited Kingdom[219]
NominjinSingerMongolia[220]
N.O.R.E.RapperUnited States[221]
O'Connor, SinéadSinéad O'ConnorSinger, songwriterIreland[222]
Oh, SandraSandra OhActorCanada[204]
Oléria, EllenEllen OlériaSinger, songwriter, actressBrazil[223]
Olson, BreeBree OlsonPenthouse Pet and former pornographic actressUnited States[224][225]
O'Neill, AndrewAndrew O'NeillComedianUnited Kingdom[226]
Oomen, StenSten OomenAuthorNetherlands[227]
Oropesa, LisetteLisette OropesaOperatic SopranoUnited States[228]
Pacelle, WayneWayne PacellePresident and CEO, Humane Society of the United StatesUnited States[229]
Pacheco, AlexAlex PachecoCo-founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of AnimalsUnited States[230]
Park, AlanAlan ParkComedian, political satiristCanada[231]
Patrick, MarcusMarcus PatrickActorUnited Kingdom[232]
Patrick-Goudreau, ColleenColleen Patrick-GoudreauCookbook author and host of the podcast Vegetarian Food for ThoughtUnited States[233]
Pearce , DavidDavid PearcePhilosopherUnited Kingdom[234]
Pearson, JustinJustin PearsonMusicianUnited States[235]
Pecknold, RobinRobin PecknoldLead singer for Fleet FoxesUnited States[236]
Love, PepPep LoveRapper in underground hip hop collective, HieroglyphicsUnited States[237]
Petrozza, MilleMille PetrozzaGuitarist, singer, songwriter in thrash metal band KreatorGermany[238]
Pfeiffer, MichelleMichelle PfeifferActorUnited States[239]
Phipps, JillJill PhippsAnimal rights activistUnited Kingdom[240]
Phoenix, JoaquinJoaquin PhoenixActorUnited States[241]
Phoenix, RainRain PhoenixActorUnited States[242]
Phoenix, RiverRiver PhoenixActorUnited States[243]
Phoenix, SummerSummer PhoenixActorUnited States[244]
Pilkey, DavDav PilkeyChildren's authorUnited States[245]
Pitt, BradBrad PittActor, producerUnited States[246]
Portman, NatalieNatalie PortmanActressUnited States[247]
PrinceSinger, songwriterUnited States[248]
Princess SuperstarMusicianUnited States[249]
PropagandhiMusiciansCanada[250]
Quivers, RobinRobin QuiversTalk-show hostUnited States[251]
Raff, GideonGideon RaffFilm and television director, producer, screenwriter, writerIsrael[252]
Randall, RandyRandy RandallGuitarist of No AgeUnited States[253]
Regan, TomTom ReganPhilosopher, professor emeritus of philosophy at North Carolina State UniversityUnited States[254]
Regout, HubertusHubertus RegoutActorBelgium[255]
Richards, MonicaMonica RichardsGothic rock/dark wave artist of Faith and the MuseUnited States[88]
Robb, JohnJohn RobbPunk singerUnited Kingdom[256]
Roberts, EricEric RobertsActorUnited States[257]
Rockett, RikkiRikki RockettDrummer and founding member of PoisonUnited States[258]
Rodríguez-López, OmarOmar Rodríguez-LópezGuitarist for The Mars Volta and At The Drive-InUnited States[259]
Rosenberg, KirstenKirsten RosenbergSinger and writerUnited States[260]
Rossi, PortiaPortia de RossiActorAustralia[261]
Rowley, GeoffGeoff RowleyProfessional skateboarder and co-owner of Flip SkateboardsUnited Kingdom[262]
Runkle, NathanNathan RunkleExecutive director of Mercy for AnimalsUnited States[263]
Russell, AdamAdam RussellMusician, bassist of Story of the YearUnited States[264]

S–Z[edit]

NameOccupationBirthplaceSource
Salley, JohnJohn SalleyRetired professional basketball player, actor and talk show hostUnited States[265]
Sane, JustinJustin SaneGuitarist and vocalist of Anti-FlagUnited States[266]
Schneider, JohnJohn SchneiderTelevision actorUnited States[267]
Scully, CarlCarl ScullyFormer politicianAustralia[268]
Scully, MatthewMatthew ScullyConservative speechwriter, journalist and authorUnited States[269]
Sea, DanielaDaniela SeaActorUnited States[270]
Segerbäck, AngelicaAngelica SegerbäckSinger in Waves under Water, LinaLaukaRSweden[271]
S-EndzVocalist, music producer, songwriter, presenterUnited Kingdom[272]
Shapiro, PaulPaul ShapiroVice-President, Farm Animal Protection, Humane Society of the United StatesUnited States[273]
Sharp, CecilCecil SharpMusicianUnited Kingdom[274]
Sheehan, CindyCindy SheehanAmerican anti-war activistUnited States[275]
Shields, JakeJake ShieldsProfessional mixed martial arts fighterUnited States[276]
Silverstone, AliciaAlicia SilverstoneActorUnited States[277]
Simmons, RussellRussell SimmonsEntrepreneurUnited States[19]
Slick, GraceGrace SlickRock musician, singer of The Great Society[disambiguation needed], Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, painter.United States[278]
Small, HeatherHeather SmallBritish soul singer, member of Hot House and M PeopleUnited Kingdom[279]
Smith, MandyMandy SmithMedia personalityUnited Kingdom[280]
Somers, AlexAlex SomersFormer member of Parachutes and active member for Jónsi & AlexUnited States[281]
Spunt, Dean AllenDean Allen SpuntVocalist/drummer of No AgeUnited States[253]
Stallwood, KimKim StallwoodAnimal rights activistUnited Kingdom[282]
Steve-OStunt performer and television personalityUnited States[283]
Stepaniak, JoanneJoanne StepaniakWriterUnited States[284]
Stone, BizBiz StoneEntrepreneurUnited States[285]
Stoner, LyndaLynda StonerActorAustralia[286]
Stoudamire, SalimSalim StoudamireProfessional NBA playerUnited States[69]
Straitjacket, DavidDavid StraitjacketEscape artistUnited Kingdom[287]
Stronach, BelindaBelinda StronachBusinesswomanCanada[288]
Studdard, RubenRuben Studdard2nd season winner of American IdolUnited States[289]
Sullivan, William JohnWilliam John SullivanSoftware freedom activist, hacker, writerUnited States[290]
Sunde, PeterPeter SundeCo-Founder of The Pirate BaySweden[291]
Sursara, ElissaElissa SursaraActor, animal rights activistAustralia[292]
Swift, EmberEmber SwiftSinger-songwriterCanada[293]
Sztybel, DavidDavid SztybelEthicistCanada[294]
Tallarico, TommyTommy TallaricoVideo-game music composerUnited States[295]
Taylor, ChristineChristine TaylorActorUnited States[296]
Teegarden, AimeeAimee TeegardenActor, modelUnited States[297]
Templeton, EdEd TempletonProfessional skateboarderUnited States[298]
Terrell, TarynTaryn TerrellWWE Diva TiffanyUnited States[299]
Torres, BobBob TorresActivistUnited States[300]
Torres, JennaJenna TorresActivistUnited States[300]
Tuttle, WillWill TuttleAuthor and speakerUnited States[301]
Tyler, AndrewAndrew TylerJournalist, director of Animal AidUnited Kingdom[302]
Tyson, MikeMike TysonBoxerUnited States[303]
UltraMantis BlackProfessional wrestlerUnited States[304]
Underwood, CarrieCarrie UnderwoodSinger, songwriter, actorUnited States[305]
Ure, JeanJean UreWriterUnited Kingdom[306]
Velasquez, JaciJaci VelasquezContemporary Christian and pop singerUnited States[307]
Velez-Mitchell, JaneJane Velez-MitchellAward winning television journalist and bestselling authorUnited States[308]
Vieira, MeredithMeredith VieiraJournalist, television personality, game show hostUnited States[309]
Vince, DaleDale VinceBusinessmanUnited Kingdom[302]
Vincent, KyleKyle VincentSinger-songwriter, entertainerUnited States[310]
Ward , BillBill WardDrummer and founding member of Black SabbathUnited Kingdom[311]
Watson, DonaldDonald WatsonFounder of the UK Vegan Society and coiner of the term veganUnited Kingdom[312]
Watson, PaulPaul WatsonPresident of the Sea Shepherd Conservation SocietyCanada[313]
Webster, Wendy TurnerWendy Turner WebsterJournalistUnited Kingdom[314]
Weinhofen, JonaJona WeinhofenMusicianAustralia[315]
White, BarryBarry WhiteSinger-songwriter, composer, record producerUnited States[316]
White, BettyBetty WhiteActorUnited States[317]
White, MikeMike WhiteScriptwriterUnited States[318]
White, PersiaPersia WhiteActorUnited States[319]
White-Gluz, AlissaAlissa White-GluzLead vocalist of Canadian metalcore band The AgonistCanada[320]
Wiese, JohnJohn WieseArtist, composerUnited States[321]
Wilde, OliviaOlivia WildeActorUnited States[322]
Williams, RickyRicky WilliamsAmerican football playerUnited States[323]
Williams, SaulSaul WilliamsHip hop musician, poet, writer, and actorUnited States[324]
Williams, Vanessa A.Vanessa A. WilliamsActorUnited States[325]
Williams-Crosby, SpiceSpice Williams-CrosbyActor and stunt performerUnited States[326]
Williamson, ChrisChris WilliamsonMember of ParliamentUnited Kingdom[327]
Winograd, NathanNathan WinogradAuthor and activistUnited States[328]
Wyler, GretchenGretchen WylerActorUnited States[329]
Wynn, SteveSteve WynnEntrepreneurUnited States[19]
Wynne-Tyson, JonJon Wynne-TysonPublisherUnited Kingdom[330]
Yankovic, "Weird Al""Weird Al" YankovicSinger, songwriterUnited States[331]
Yates, RogerRoger YatesSociologistUnited Kingdom[332]
Yauch, AdamAdam YauchMusicianUnited States[333]
Yearwood, TrishaTrisha YearwoodMusicianUnited States[44]
Yorke, ThomThom YorkeSinger, songwriter and lead vocalist of RadioheadUnited Kingdom[334]
Young, Peter DanielPeter Daniel YoungAnimal rights activistUnited States[335]
Zabriskie, DavidDavid ZabriskieProfessional cyclistUnited States[336]
Zephaniah, BenjaminBenjamin ZephaniahRastafarian poetUnited Kingdom[337]
Zigomanis, MikeMike ZigomanisProfessional ice hockey playerCanada[338]
Zuckerman, MortimerMortimer ZuckermanEntrepreneurCanada[19]

References[edit]

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