Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Pagan

Fans have always shown interest in their favorite celebrities’ personal choices, including their religious preferences. While many celebrities declare their faith publicly, some prefer to keep their religious preference under wraps. For a religion that was once considered the ‘religion of the peasantry’, Paganism has many followers. Check out this list to know about celebrities who are/were Pagan.

Also Known As: Viggo Peter Mortensen Jr.
Birthday: 20 October 1958
Born In: Manhattan, New York, United States
Sun Sign: Libra
Famous As: Actor
The Danish-American actor, author, and musician, Viggo Mortensen, sports tattoos and accessories like Mjölnir (Thor's hammer), which are symbols of pagan religions.

Also Known As: Avril Ramona Lavigne
Birthday: 27 September 1984
Born In: Belleville, Canada
Sun Sign: Libra
Famous As: Singer-songwriter
Although she was raised Catholic, Avril Ramona Lavigne, a popular Canadian-French singer and actress, has reportedly described herself as Wiccan, a modern pagan religion.

Also Known As: George Hosato Takei, Hosato Takei
Birthday: 20 April 1937
Born In: Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California
Sun Sign: Taurus
Famous As: Actor, Activist
The 'Star Trek' actor, George Takei, promotes paganism on his social media accounts and his eponymous website.

Also Known As: Roseanne Cherrie Barr
Birthday: 03 November 1952
Born In: Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Sun Sign: Scorpio
Famous As: Comedian, Actor, TV Producer
Although she was born into a Jewish family, Roseanne Barr's family followed Mormonism during her formative years. It is now believed that Roseanne is Jewish with Pagan beliefs.

Also Known As: Alyson Lee Hannigan
Birthday: 24 March 1974
Born In: Washington, D.C
Sun Sign: Aries
Famous As: Actress
Alyson Lee Hannigan, a popular American actress and TV presenter, has been listed as Pagan ever since she portrayed a witch in the supernatural drama TV series 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer.'