Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign may be lagging when it comes to small dollar donations, but she has had no problem collecting cash from big-name celebrities, tech tycoons and business execs.
According to a New York Times’ review of her most recent campaign fundraising report, only one-fifth of those who contributed to her $47.5 million fundraising haul between April 1 and the end of June gave $200 or less. But the list of prominent backers who cut her hefty checks is long and includes names like director Stephen Spielberg, Univision owner Haim Saban and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg -- all of whom have already thrown their support behind the Democratic presidential candidate and opened their wallet too.
Here is a list of some of the most interesting and high-profile donors who have contributed to Clinton's campaign:
Anthony Weiner: The former New York congressman who was involved in two sex scandals and is married to top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, contributed $550 worth of office supplies and furniture to the campaign.
Beyonce Knowles: Queen B attended a fundraiser for Clinton in May and donated $2,700.
Steven Spielberg: The uber famous director and producer donated $2,700.
Sting: Under his real name, Gordon Sumner, the rocker better known as “Sting” donated $1,350.
Leonardo di Caprio: The 40-year-old “Wolf of Wall Street” star wrote a $2,700 check.
Kenneth Cole: Fashion designer Kenneth Cole, and his wife Maria Cuomo Cole (sister of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo), hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in early July.
Glenn Close: The "Fatal Attraction" actress donated $2,700 to Clinton’s campaign and attended a fundraiser for her last month.
Anna Wintour: Vogue’s editor-in-chief, a longtime Clinton supporter, contributed $2,700.
Haim Saban: Known as Clinton’s mega-donor, the billionaire and owner of Univision hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Beverly Hills home in May.
Barbra Streisand: Babs chipped in $2,700.
Trudy Busch Valentine: The daughter of brewing magnate, August Busch Jr, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at the Busch Family Estate’s historic Grant’s Farms in Missouri in late June.
Tobey Maguire: In addition to a $2,700 donation, the 40-year-old actor and his wife, Jen Meyer, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at their Los Angeles home in June.
Gary Hirshberg: The chairman of Stonyfield Farm, the organic yogurt producer, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at their home in New Hampshire in early July.
Tony Bennett: The jazz legend donated to Clinton’s campaign and attended a fundraiser for her in New York City in April.
Chris Colfer: The “Glee” star proved he’s a Clinton super fan with a $5,400 check, maxing out for both the primary and general election cycle.
Olivia Wilde: The “O.C.” actress contributed $2,700 and appeared at a fundraiser for Clinton last month at Terminal 5 in NYC.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: The Olsen twins each donated $2,700 to Clinton and attended Clinton’s very first campaign fundraiser in New York City in April.
Richard Perry: The owner of Barneys, and his fashion-designer wife Lisa, hosted Clinton’s very first campaign fundraiser at their Manhattan apartment in April.
Bryan Cranston: The “Breaking Bad” actor contributed $2,700.
John Donahoe: The President and CEO of eBay hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Bay Area home in May.
L.A. Reid: The music mogul hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in May. Beyonce, Sharon Osbourne, Tamar Braxton, and Megan Trainor were all in attendance.
Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer and author of “Lean In” donated $2,700 to Clinton’s campaign.
Ben Affleck: The “Batman” and “Argo” star ponied up $2,700.
Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge: The Co-Founder of Facebook and his husband, Sean, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at the NYC apartment in June.
James Carville: The longtime political strategist for Bill Clinton is continuing his Clinton support. He donated $2,700 to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Steven Bochco: The NYPD Blue writer hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in May at his Pacific Palisades home. Senator Barbara Boxer was a co-host.
Linda Derschang: The Seattle restauranteur, who has been called the “Queen of Seattle Nightlife,” gave $2,700 to Clinton.
Marc Winkelman: The CEO of Calendar Holdings LLC, the largest operator of seasonal pop-up stores in the world, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Texas home last month.
Margaret Russell: The Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Digest co-hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in New York City in April.
Claire Lucas & Judy Dlugacz: The owners of Olivia, a travel company that sells cruises marketed towards lesbians, hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at their Washington, DC home in June.
Jeffrey Katzenberg: The DreamWorks CEO, along with his wife Marilyn, son David, and daughter Laura, each donated $2,700 to the campaign.
Jennifer Granholm: Michigan’s former governor turned Berkeley professor made a $2,000 donation to the campaign.