I like Ed Begly Jr
, but he really doesnt appeal to the younger crowd. I think Matthew McConaughey
or Natalie Portman
get followed closely, and they seem to be conscious of their public image along with current issues pertaining to environmantal concerns.
Regardless of anyones personal feelings towards the movie "An Inconvenient Truth", it would not be hard to find the celebrities that were the most vocal about that. I seem to remember that Leonardo DeCaprio
was a big supporter. "...DiCaprio has made several films to educate the public about environmental issues, including "11th Hour". He also serves as the Honorary Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Pacific Palisades-based Reef Check Foundation..."
edit: just played with my Google, "the Alliance for Climate Protection" lists Michael Mckean
, Rob Reiner
(producer, director, actor), Harry Shearer
(The Simpsons), Christopher Guest (huh?)
"Global Green USA":
Celebrity supporters in attendance included James Cameron
(movie director) , Maggie Grace, Roland Emmerich, Alison Brie, Radha Mitchell, Dennis Haysbert, Enrique Murciano, James Van Der Beek
, Frances Fisher, Daphne Zuniga
, as well as Oscar nominee Lucy Walker
(Wasteland).http://pbs.naturaworld.com/eco-celebrity-inconvenient-truth-1151Brad Pitt, Darryl hannah
"WILLIE NELSON, WOODY HARRELSON
AND CELEBRITY FRIENDS ANTE UP FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!
(Gardena, CA) -- I might be a loser, but Im a WINNER...were all winners! exclaimed David Arquette
(actor, husband of actress Courteney Cox) at the first annual charity poker tournament to benefit the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance. Players from around the country converged on the Hustler Casino Los Angeles for Willie and Woodys All Star Texas Holdem Tournament. Celebrities including Hank Azaria
(The Simpsons), Peter Farrelly
(director), Mila Kunis
(That 70's Show), Anne Heche (certified nutjob) and joined tournament headliners Willie Nelson and Woody Harrelson for an evening of fun at the Hustler Casino Los Angeles on September 26th 2010.
(Gordon Summer) co-founded The Rainforest Foundation with his wife, Trudie Styler, to help save rainforests in South America..."
and his wife Keely Shaye are committed environmentalists..."Aston Kutcher
was recently caught by the paparazzi driving a 7-MPG mega-truck (much to his embarrassment), so he might be interested in trying to re-gain some green-cred, couldn't hurt to ask?