Blogs by Celebrities

Film and TV Celebrities
Kirstie Alley

The actress maintains her own blog to document her efforts to lose weight using the Jenny Craig weight loss system.

Dan Abrams

The anchor of MSNBC's "The Abrams Report" blogs about law-related news.

Gillian Anderson

The ex "X Files" star keeps in touch with her fans via her own blog.

Pamela Anderson

The pneumatic actress kept a production diary while making her TV series "Stacked."

Jeff Bridges

The actor maintains a site featuring handwritten notes, drawings, and photos. It's very personal and charming.

Jenna Elfman

The actress who starred in the "Dharma and Greg" TV series writes monthly letters to her fans and keeps them up-to-date on her latest TV show, "Everything I Know About Men."

Tom Green

The comic actor has his own blog where he tells fans about his day and faithfully records his coffee intake.

Arianna Huffington

The political columnist has organized a group blog populated by celebrities and well-known writers such as Larry David, Harry Shearer, and "Freaks and Geeks" creator Paul Feig who are eager to share their thoughts about politics, news, and pet causes (also see Chapter 8, "Political Blogs").

Rosie O'Donnell

The former talkshow host continues to share her thoughts with an audience through her blog. Readers may not be able to understand her rather cryptic messages, but it's a fascinating glimpse into the celebrity's state of mind.

Jamie Oliver

Chef and "Naked Chef" TV personality, Jamie Oliver, stops dashing about long enough to share his thoughts with his fans and manages to slip in info about his schedule, upcoming appearances, and his charity. Our favorite feature is the pictures he uploads from his mobile in the Moblogs section.

Al Roker

The affable NBC "Today Show" personality keeps fans aware of his latest projects.

Elyse Sewell

Remember Elyse Sewell from the first season of "America's Next Top Model"? She was the medical student who placed third. She's gone on to a real modeling career and shares her adventures traveling and posing with readers.

Harry Shearer

The comedian shares his thoughts via an area on the Huffington Post, a group blog maintained by Arianna Huffington.

Kevin Smith

Filmmaker Kevin Smith keeps fans up-to-date from his personal blog called My Boring Ass Life. Lucky for readers, Smith's conversational style makes this blog a must-read. A frequent updater, Smith tells his readers everything going on in his life. Everything. He displays photos of his house, repeats conversations he's had with his famous friendshe revealed that Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck were expecting a baby girland shares ribald stories from past productions.

Lisa Whelchel

The former actress who once starred as Blair on the TV series "The Facts of Life" maintains a daily online journal where she shares her thoughts on raising a family as a devout Christian and mother who homeschools her children.

Wil Wheaton

One of the first celebrities to maintain a blog, Wheaton writes about balancing a regular life in Los Angeles with being a part of the "Star Trek" mythology due to his early years acting as Wesley Crusher on "Star Trek: The Next Generation."

Sports Figures
Barry Bonds

The baseball great keeps a monthly journal where he shares his thoughts with fans and answers their questions.

Mark Cuban

The owner of the Dallas Mavericks blogs about his experiences running the team.

Adonal Foyle

The basketball star maintains a website that includes an online journal where he shares his thoughts on the sport, politics, and community matters. Probably the only sports star with an area to publish his poetry.

Anna Kournikova

Anna Kournikova keeps a monthly online journal where she posts her thoughts and highlights from her day.

Peyton Manning

Peyton Manning answers his fans' questions and shares his opinions about how his team is doing.

Musicians and Performers
Mariah Carey

The diva uploads audio messages to her fans on a regular basis. We are not sure whether the infamous "meltdown" message is still in the archives, but you can look.

Billy Corgan

The musician and former front man for the Smashing Pumpkins has a blog area connected to My Space. Corgan shares song lyrics, dreams, and ideas on his online journal.

Margaret Cho

The comedian maintains a diary on a regular basis, sharing thoughts on her travels, shows, and life in general.

Fred Durst

The frontman for the band Limp Bizkit has been known to pour his heart out on his blog as well as logging in dispatches from the road while on tour. He also shares thoughts on creativity or how the band works in the studio when recording a new project.


Moby communicates with fans through his online diary. He shares his thoughts while he is on tour and shares opinions about politics. He posts brief blasts of text, almost like poetry.

Rick Reynolds

Comedian Rick Reynolds has his own blog, which he calls the The Church of Rick. As expected, his posts, which he calls "sermons" are very funny. He shares some jokes but mainly indulges in humorous observations.

Julia Sweeney

Julia Sweeney's posts are earnest, heartfelt, and wry. She's very honest on her blog and treats it like a diary, confessing dissatisfactions with some answers she gave during a recent interview or her feelings about receiving angry emails from Christians furious that she's performed a show about not believing in God.

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