United Talent Agency cancelled their annual Oscars party this year in favour of a star-studded anti-Donald Trump rally, intended “to express the creative community’s support for freedom of speech and artistic expression, and stand against policies of exclusion and division.” Here’s a list of all the celebrity names who appeared to either speak or merely show their support at the rally.

From A-list actors to political figures...

Headline speakers for the anti-Trump event were Oscar-winning “Silence of the Lambs” actress Jodie Foster and Parkinson’s sufferer and activist “Back to the Future” star Michael J. Fox. Also appearing were Jeremy Zimmer, the CEO of UTA, the agency hosting the rally, and the Lieutenant Governor of California Gavin Newsom, who is also a current gubernatorial candidate (“gubernatorial” being, for some reason, to “governor” what “Presidential” is to “President”).

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Additional, more A-list attendees at the anti-Trump rally included “Key & Peele” star and outspoken Obama supporter Keegan-Michael Key, “A Good Day to Die Hard” and “Terminator: Genisys” (read: crap) actor Jai Courtney, Ted Danson and his wife Mary Steenburgen (who are returning to their roles as themselves on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” this year for its ninth season), actor James Franco, gossip peddler Perez Hilton, actress Juliette Lewis, science guy Bill Nye, model/actress Emily Ratajkowski, “Parks and Rec” star Retta, comedian Seth Rogen who just scored a pilot deal with FX, and Aisha Tyler from “Archer.”

The UTA anti-Trump protest comes in response to his Muslim travel ban, which is currently on hold pending further developments thanks to a level-headed federal court system. UTA have resolved to donate a cool $250,000 to the ACLU and the International Rescue Committee to help refugees.

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