Celebs send dollars to political leanings


Yes, Warren Beatty and Cybill Shepherd may eventually throw their hats into the presidential ring. In the meantime, Hollywood is busy supporting the more conventional candidates. Here, a list of who has given $1,000 (the legal maximum), and to which contender, according to federal campaign records.

BILL BRADLEY (Democrat) West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin, mogul Barry Diller, actor Jack Nicholson, producer Brian Grazer, actor Tom Selleck, actor Steve Guttenberg, game-show host Regis Philbin, director Sydney Pollack, designer Calvin Klein, director James Brooks (As Good as It Gets), and metalhead Alice Cooper

AL GORE (Democrat) SNL alum Chevy Chase, baseball lover Kevin Costner, diva Barbra Streisand (right), producer Quincy Jones (who also gave to Bradley), MPAA honcho Jack Valenti, and rocker Don Henley

GEORGE W. BUSH (Republican) Former Must See sitcom star Jerry Seinfeld, Walt Disney Co. CEO Michael Eisner (who also donated to Bradley), squarish crooner Pat Boone, and Walker, Texas Ranger tough guy Chuck Norris

JOHN McCAIN (Republican) DreamWorks cofounder David Geffen, veteran TV producer Norman Lear (who also gave to Gore and Bradley)