Well, I think because a lot of people don’t know why I’m a Republican, I came first of all from a socialistic country which is Austria and when I came over here in 1968 with the presidential elections coming up in November, I came over in October, I heard a lot of the press conferences from both of the candidates Humphrey and Nixon and Humphrey was talking about more government is the solution, protectionism, and everything he said about government involvement sounded to me more like Austrian socialism. Then when heard Nixon talk about it, he said open up the borders, the consumers should be represented there ultimately and strengthen the military and get the government off our backs. I said to myself, what is this guy’s party affiliation? I didn’t know anything at that point. So I asked my friend, what is Nixon? He’s a Republican. And I said, I am a Republican. That’s how I became a Republican.
Former child star Shirley Temple was a conservative republican, and also was in the race for office as a conservative Republican candidate in 1967.
6. Rob Schneider
Television and film actor Rob Schneidersaid in October 2013 that he is turning Republican as he could not take being a democrat any longer.
7. Dwayne Johnson, The Rock
Wrestler and actor Dwayne Johnson is a Republican. He spoke at the 2000 Republican National Convention and has also appeared as "The Rock Obama" in a Saturday Night Live political comedy sketch in March 2015.
8. Vince Vaughn
Actor Vince Vaughn is a longtime republican and has supported Republican candidate Ron Paul during his 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns.
This was his face when Meryl Streep was making her infamous speech at the 2017 Golden Globes.
9. Tim Allen
Actor Tim Allen confessed on Jimmy Kimmel Live that he attended President Donald Trump's inauguration, and said, "You get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody else believes. This is like ’30s Germany."
10. Dennis Hopper
Dennis Hopper has supported both generations of Bush presidents, has donated to the RNC, and starred in "An American Carol," a parody film of liberal filmmaker Michael Moore.
Actress Bo Derek, who is a staunch republican, was apparently advised to not to go public with her support for the republican party, otherwise, she may never work again.
19. John Wayne
This should come as no surprise. The manly Western movie star John Wayne was a vocal conservative Republican and supported anti-communist position. It was reported that the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalinwanted to have Wayne killed for his anti-communism.
20. Chuck Norris
The one Chuck Norris "fact" that Chuck Norris is proud of is that Chuck Norris is republican. He fully endorsed Trump and asked voters to vote for him, fearing that a "no" vote would give the Democrats the White House.