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Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will be getting a windfall from some highly visible members of the celebrity jet set for their presidential race.

Obama has won the support of Jennifer Aniston, Jackson Browne, Morgan Freeman, Tom Hanks, Dennis Haysbert, Tobey Maguire, Branford Marsalis, Eddie Murphy, Ed Norton, Ben Stiller and Gene Wilder, according to the national political journal the Hill.

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Obama has gotten checks from Tom Hanks, Tobey Maguire, Eddie Murphy, Edward Norton Jr., Morgan Freeman and Ben Stiller, among others. In February, he held a closed-door fundraiser arranged by DreamWorks studio founders Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen.

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Moving right along, Kerry raised money with some big Dems at a sprawling beachside hacienda in La Jolla yesterday, including recalled Gov. Gray Davis and his wife Sharon. Other big names under the big top were former Secretary of State and L.A. lawyer Warren Christopher; former Carter adviser Midge Costanza; and Lynn Schenk, former San Diego congresswoman and former Davis chief of staff.

But the real stars came out later Tuesday at a Beverly Hills fund-raiser, held at Ron Burkle's 50,000-square-foot mansion known as "The Green Acres" estate. Singer James Taylor entertained and Kerry earned an estimated $2 million to $2.5 million for the campaign.

Roselli provides us with an assortment of A-List celebs who attended (in no particular order): Meg Ryan, Barbra Streisand, Tom Cole, Kevin Costner, Don Henley, Jason Alexander, Helen Hunt, Danny DeVito, Leonardo DiCaprio, Oliver Stone, Tobey Maguire, Ed Harris, Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Lucas Haas, Christina Applegate, Paul Reiser, Martin Short, Tom Arnold, Sharon Stone, Lucy Liu, Lance Bass, James Brolin, Quincy Jones, Peter Boyle, Rhea Perlman and Henry Winkler.

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Barack Obama held two star-studded events in his honor in Beverly Hills on Tuesday.

The first was a $28,500-per-plate dinner at the landmark Greystone Mansion attended by some bold-faced names, including Tobey McGuire, Leonardo DiCapro Jodie Foster and Chris Rock.

The second, a $2,500-per-ticket fund-raiser at the glamorous Regent Beverly Wilshire included performances by Ben Harper and Barbara Streisand.

Among the crowd was Sarah Silverman and Ron Howard, who enjoyed the desserts and an open bar in between cracking jokes about the GOP's Sarah Palin and John McCain. Laura Dern watched her husband (Ben Harper) perform, but stood atop her chair when Obama made his entrance.

Together, the events raised an estimated $9 million for the Democratic presidential nominee.

Barack Obama Holds Star Studded Hollywood Parties By Amy Keith and Alyssa Shelasky
Originally posted Wednesday September 17, 2008 12:45 PM EDT,,20226554,00.html

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was a busy man Tuesday night, courting Hollywood power players in two soirees that earned a single-night fundraising record of $11 million.

A-listers such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Jodie Foster, Tobey Maguire, Will Ferrell, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, and Renee Zellweger all made the list. Directors supporting their preferred candidate included Steven Spielberg (assigned to a table with his wife, Kate Capshaw, and uber-agent Ari Emanuel), Peter Berg, Christopher Guest (with his wife, Jamie Lee Curtis), James Mangold, Garry Marshall, Adam Shankman, and Robert Zemeckis. Making the invite list from the TV world: Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David, Office showrunner Greg Daniels, 24 star Dennis Haysbert, Sex and the City director Michael Patrick King, Heroes creator Tim Kring, Aaron Sorkin, Randy Jackson, Darren Star, and Joss Whedon. Music royalty on call included Quincy Jones, Berry Gordy, Hans Zimmer, and Herb Alpert. Of course, many of Hollywood's top executives also scored seats: the DreamWorks cabal of David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Stacey Snider; Fox's Tom Rothman and Jim Giannopoulos, and their boss Peter Chernin; Warner Bros.' Barry Meyer; Sony's Michael Lynton; and Universal's Ron Meyer. So while you may not be able to fork over $28K-plus for steak and potatoes with the possible future leader of the free world, now you can at least envision the crowd that handed over those hefty checks.

Table No. 20
Megan Chernin, Peter Chernin, Jami Gertz, Jim Gianopulos, Tobey Maguire, Jennifer Meyer, Barry Porter, Tony Ressler, Chris Rock, Reagan Silber

(Editor's note: This is a faithful transcription of the guest list for the Obama fundraiser. It cannot be assumed that everyone on this list attended the event or sat at the tables to which they were assigned, nor does this list necessarily include all of the people who attended the event. Every attempt has been made to ensure that names are spelled correctly.)

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