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So who are President Obama’s biggest fundraisers?
Vogue editor Anna Wintour is one of the President's high-profile celebrity supporters, soliciting checks from her rich and famous network. Here are the rest of Obama's Hollywood backers.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is Obama's biggest Hollywood donor to date. As well as giving $2 million of his own multi-million dollar fortune to an Obama-backing super PAC, he is a 'bundler', fundraising for the President from his own network of rich power players.
Author, comedian and talk show host Bill Maher hit headlines when he donated $1 million to Obama-backing super PAC Priorities USA Action in February.
Comedian and author Chelsea Handler donated $100,000 to Priorities USA Action, the Obama-backing super PAC. She is often critical of Republican politicians and policies on her late night E! network talk show Chelsea Lately.
Billionaire director Steven Spielberg is the only Forbes 400 list member to have written a big check to Obama-backing Priorities USA Action: $100,000.
J.J. Abrams, the producer behind such TV hits as Felicity, Alias and Lost, has given $50,000 to Priorities USA Action, the Obama-backing super PAC.
Miramax Studios co-founder and Hollywood producer extraordinaire Harvey Weinstein is one of Obama's top 'bundlers', soliciting in excess of $500,000 from his network of rich, powerful friends and colleagues. His career rewards include an Oscar for Shakespeare in Love and seven Tonys.
Director and writer of the popular Madea series Tyler Perry is an Obama 'bundler', and has handed over checks from his wealthy friends and peers worth more than $500,000 to the President's campaign.
'Desperate Housewives' star Eva Longoria has collected between $200,000 and $500,000 for the Obama campaign as a 'bundler', taking donations from her Los Angeles peers.
Writer and director Spike Lee, Brooklyn's favorite adopted son, is an Obama "bundler" along with his wife attorney Tonya Lewis. He's raised between $200,000 and $500,000 from his network.
Ari Emanuel, the brother of formerWhite House chief of staff and current Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, is a Hollywood legend: he's the CEO of talent agency William Morris Endeavor and the inspiration behind Entourage character Ari Gold, a foul-mouthed super-agent to the stars. He's also an Obama 'bundler', raising between $100,000 and $200,000 for the President's campaign.
Bestselling author, physician and new age guru Deepak Chopra owes billionaire and fellow Obama fan Oprah Winfrey a debt of gratitude for his fame. He's paid it forward, raising between $100,000 and $200,000 for the President from his network of friends and colleagues.