From more than a million dollars in donations to a relatively meager few thousand, Hollywood A-listers are putting money forward to support their favorite presidential hopefuls in the 2016 election.
Hillary Clinton has raised the most money during the campaign, and this is especially true when it comes to power players in the entertainment world.
Steven Spielberg and studio head Jeffrey Katzenberg have donated more than a million to support her run. But, as The New York Times points out, the upper echelon of donors in elections tends to include more people from finance and energy.
Business Insider has compiled reporting on contributions and searched the Federal Election Commission database to highlight the biggest donors from Hollywood in the current race.
While not a comprehensive list — there are many smaller amounts coming from individuals in entertainment — it includes the largest known sums and focuses only on donations of $2,500 or more.
The maximum an individual can contribute to a campaign in an election cycle is $2,700, but Business Insider also looked at larger contributions to super PACs.
Here are the top Hollywood backers in the election, the campaigns they’re supporting, and how much they’ve given:
Steven Spielberg — $1,002,700 to Hillary Clinton
Jeffrey Katzenberg — $1,002,700 to Hillary Clinton
JJ Abrams — $502,700 to Hillary Clinton
Kelsey Grammer — $5,000 to Ben Carson and $5,000 to Rand Paul
Beyoncé — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Leonardo DiCaprio — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Kanye West — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Danny DeVito — $2,700 to Martin O’Malley and $2,700 to Bernie Sanders
Tom Hanks — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Ben Affleck — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Bonnie Raitt — $2,700 to Bernie Sanders
Katy Perry — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Chuck Lorre (“Two and a Half Men” creator) — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Seth MacFarlane — $2,700 to Bernie Sanders
Kate Hudson — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Jerry Bruckheimer — $2,700 to Jeb Bush
Ellen DeGeneres — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton
Reese Witherspoon — $2,700 to Hillary Clinton