Celebrities Who Should Run For the President of the USA

The sight of celebrities serving in public office is not uncommon in the United States. In fact, people like Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump have had their fair share of limelight before entering politics. If given an option, would you pick your favorite celebrity to serve as president? Check out our list of celebrities whom we think should run for presidency to know if your favorite celebrity has made the cut.
Birthday: 02 May 1972
Born In: Hayward, California, United States
Sun Sign: Taurus
Famous As: One of the Greatest Professional Wrestlers of All Time & One of the World's Highest-Grossing Actors

Dwayne Johnson's following kept growing from the ring in the 90s to the small screen and currently on the big screen. He is very diplomatic when it comes to political opinions and treads the line very cautiously. Diplomacy is an essential trait for a person to run for the presidential elections.

Birthday: 02 September 1964
Born In: Beirut, Lebanon
Sun Sign: Virgo
Famous As: Canadian Actor Known for His Films: 'Speed', 'Point Break' and 'The Matrix' Film Series

Keanu Reeves is one of the humblest and noblest celebrities and is known for his generosity. Inspired by his kind nature, the netizens have created a buzz on the internet that he should be contesting for the Presidential elections of 2020.

Birthday: 01 June 1937
Born In: Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Sun Sign: Gemini
Famous As: One of the Best Actors of His Generation Noted for His Distinctive Deep Voice
Morgan Freeman has strong opinions on politically sensitive topics like racism. He is also a philanthropist and generously donated to many charitable causes. He has endorsed Democrat candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. With the kind of attributes and the political connections he has, Freeman is an eligible candidate to contest the presidential polls.
Birthday: 17 January 1931
Born In: Arkabutla, Mississippi, United States
Sun Sign: Capricorn
Famous As: One of the Greatest Actors in American History
James Earl Jones played the President pro tempore of the United States Senate in the 1972-movie 'The Man’. His portrayal was so convincing that he exhibited he possesses the traits of a candidate who could run for Presidential elections. He has voiced his opinions on political issues like racism. Having displayed his aptitude for running a country and being an activist, Jones deserves an opportunity to prove himself in real life.
Birthday: 17 March 1955
Born In: Blue Island, Illinois, United States
Sun Sign: Pisces
Famous As: Actor

Political analyst Nicolle Wallace had stated in 2009 that Gary Sinise has the ability to stand toe to toe against Obama. We couldn't agree more with Nicolle, although Gary must stand toe to toe against some other politician should he decide to run for the presidency now.