PHOTOS: Stars Greenback '08 Candidates

'08 Democratic presidential candidates are attracting Hollywood donations.

Hollywood Money and the 2008 Presidential Campaign

Hollywood actor Will Smith, who most recently appeared in "Pursuit of Happyness," and his wife, actress Jada Pinkett Smith, shown here at the 2007 Oscars, both gave the maximum individual contribution -- $4,600 -- to Obama.
Actor Tom Hanks, who won Oscars for his performances in 'Forrest Gump' and Philadelphia,' and his wife, actress Rita Wilson, gave $2,300 each to Democratic White House contender Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., in the second quarter.
Model Christie Brinkley gave $500 to New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson's White House bid in the second quarter.
Ben Stiller, most recently seen in "Night at the Museum" and famous for his roles in "There's Something About Mary" and "Meet the Parents," is a repeated donor to the 2008 Democratic presidential candidates.
Actor Mark Ruffalo, pictured right, has donated to long-shot Democratic presidential candidates.
Actress Jennifer Aniston donated $2,300 to Sen. Barack Obama in the first quarter -- giving the maximum an individual can contribute to a presidential candidate for the primary election.
Director extraordinaire, Steven Spielberg, endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-Ill., in June, 2007. However he and his wife are also financially supporting other Democratic presidential candidates.
Four-time Oscar-nominated actor, Morgan Freeman gave $2,300 to Obama in the first quarter.
Freeman took home an Academy Award in 2005 for his role in "Million Dollar Baby."  He also starred in such movie classics as "Driving Miss Daisy," "Shawshank
Actor Tony Sirico, pictured center, otherwise known to fans of "The Sopranos" as mobster Paulie Walnuts, gave Republican presidential candidate and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani $1000 in the second quarter.
Actor Mark Ruffalo, pictured right, has donated to long-shot Democratic presidential candidates.
Actor Mark Ruffalo, right, donated $1,000 to Rep. Dennis Kucinich's long-shot Democratic presidential bid in the first quarter.

However, the star of the film "Zodiac," threw his support behind another long-shot Democratic presidential candidate in the second quarter, giving $700 to former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel.

So far, Ruffalo has a total of $900 to Gravel. (ABC News)

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