Not necessarily a celebrity, but who is your favourite vegetarian/vegan? Why are they?

My new favourite is a English Comedian called John Bishop. He is an inspiration! (and very hot!! LOL!) 

He has managed to raise almost (so far!) £2 million by:

Starting at Les Jardins du Trocadero in Paris, John cycled the 185 miles to Calais in one incredibly long day.

Then with the help of Davina McCall, Denise Lewis and Andrew Flintoff, he rowed the width of the English Channel

Before finally running three punishing marathons in three days to cross the finish line in Trafalgar Square in London. Covered a total of 285 miles in 5 days!

http://www.sportrelief.com/whats-on/celebrity-challenges/bishops-we...

http://youtu.be/Ts9HPZWOWOM

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John Bishop is also my fave at the moment. Just caught the end of his programme tonight.

Hot and funny with a big heart :)

Yes he is!

Russell Brand, I enjoyed the movies he was in and his stand-up. :)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vegans

Bill Clinton is a vegan now.  He isn't really my favorite, but anyway, just mentioning.

LOL! Is he anyone's favourite anymore?

that ones a shocker!!! go Billy!

Cool.  I am happy to see Carrie Underwood being a proud Vegan.  I grew up in cattle country, where vegetarian was NOT even close to popular...maybe she can shed some light that it's OK to be a "Country Vegan"

Woody Harrelson.  He only eats what he grows and he's a big marajuana advocate.  It doesn't hurt that he's sexy as hell! <3

hes too cool

Ellen Degeneres. She's hilarious, and I love the way she makes important statements about her beliefs with humor. I just saw her this morning talking about Pink Slime.

Also, I'd just love to meet her, she's so insane.

Natalie Portman. She's hawt. (high cheekbones, slim figure, great smile) and a vegetabletarian. As soon as I heard she murders vegetables I became a huge fan.

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