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Pamela Lee Anderson   Fiona Apple   "The Artist"   Bea Arthur   Alec Baldwin   Tyra Banks    Clive Barker 

Drew Barrymore  Kim Basinger   Ed Begley Jr.   Candice Bergen   Sandra  Bernhard   Larry Bird   Linda Blair  

Rosanne Cash   David Chokachi   Charlotte Church   Paula Cole   Jamie Lee Curtis   Ellen DeGeneres

G�rard Depardieu   Fabio   Peter Falk   Mike Farrell   Edward Furlong   Jennie Garth   Dick Gregory

Woody  Harrelson   Hulk Hogan   Chrissie Hynde   Indigo Girls   K.D. Lang   Sheryl Lee   Ali MacGraw   Bill Maher

Ziggy Marley   Peter Max   Linda McCartney   Paul McCartney  Kevin Nealon  Natalie Portman   Rob Reiner

Judge Reinhold   Lisa Rinna  Marcus Schenkenberg  Martin Scorsese   Steven Seagal   Alicia  Silverstone

W. Shatner  Jimmy Stewart   Michael Stipe   Oliver Stone   Rider Strong  Christy Turlington   Shania Twain 

Mo Vaughn   Keenen Ivory Weyans

May I appeal to you, on behalf of my friends at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, to listen to your heart regarding the welfare of these suffering animals? -- Steven Seagal - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Fall 1997

 "I have developed a deep respect for animals. I consider them fellow living creatures with certain rights that should not be violated any more than the rights of humans." -- Jimmy Stewart - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Fall 1997

"Get with the times and realize the benefits of making your company one of the greatest state-of-the-art, cruelty-free companies of the '90s and the new century to come." -- Hulk Hogan - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Winter 1998

 A little leg goes a long way in Washington," says Baywatch star David Chokachi in a new PeTA public service announcement, in which he asks viewers to send pictures of their legs to the White House along with the message "Ban Leghold Traps!" - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Winter 1998

Former Twin Peaks star Sheryl Lee has resurrected her "Laura Palmer" character for PeTA's latest Anti-Fur campaign. - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Winter 1998

 As local activists worked tirelessly on the case, PeTA and New Mexico residents Ali MacGraw and Judge Reinhold fired off letters to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) asking that the circus's license be revoked and all remaining animal confiscated. - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Fall 1997

Star Trek's William Shatner urges people to "be heroes for animals" in PeTA's new television spot about disaster relief. - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Fall 1997

 TV's "Lieutenant Columbo," Peter Falk, is asking police and sheriff's departments not to use elephants in fundraisers. - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Winter 1998

"I've always been a big supporter of animal rights. Let's save the animals so we can all live in harmony in the next millennium and beyond." --Peter Max - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Winter 1998

 Pamela Lee or Pamela Lee Anderson modeled semi nude in anti-fur ads for PeTA. Pamela's appeared on an enormous billboard in New York's Times Square..- Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Winter 1998

"Fiona Apple is a vegan. The singer is also helping spread the word about animal rights. Last fall, Fiona recorded a message for PeTA's holiday hot line--resulting in more than 8,000 phone calls for free veg recipes". - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Spring 1998

 Contributors to PeTA Animal Times Spring 1998 issue:

"In the wake of the largest beef recall in U.S. history, concerned new mom and vegetarian Jenny Garth appeared in a PeTA ad urging people to forgo animal flesh". Beverly Hills 90210 actress - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Spring 1998

 "Purrs to basketball legend Larry Bird and Red Sox slugger Mo Vaughn for dispelling the notion that gunning down animals is "sporting." Bird told Esquire magazine he stopped hunting because "I just don't want to kill anything anymore." And Vaughn says, "I don't believe in hunting. Give the animals a gun, and then maybe I'd hunt." - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Spring 1998

Purrs to "The Artist" for being a "Prince" of a guy to animals. The vegan singer declares, "We need an Animal Rights Day when all slaughterhouses shut down." - Animal Times/PeTA's Magazine Spring 1998

 Comedians Bill Maher and Ellen DeGeneres starred in PeTA's "Thinking About Fur" ad, featured in TV Guide, on Entertainment Tonight, and in The New York Times.

Hollywood's Kim Basinger, Alec Baldwin, Edward Furlong, Alicia Silverstone, Jennie Garth, Woody Harrelson, and Sandra Bernhard signed PeTA's letter to Vogue magazine, calling for an end to fur ads. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

 On behalf of PETA, horror icon Clive Barker wrote a letter to the editors of the top 100 U.S. newspapers, asking them to "put hunting and fishing columns where they belong: on the obituary pages." - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

Hundreds of coats poured in when romance king Fabio recorded PeTA's toll-free hot line, 1-888-FUR-AWAY, telling listeners to show their "inner beauty by giving their old fur" to PeTA for use in protests. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

 At PeTA's request, actor Ed Begley Jr. wrote to McDonald's, asking the company to improve conditions for pigs and chickens on its suppliers' farms and urging the company to offer vegetarian burgers. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

Melrose Place's Lisa Rinna appeared on the cover of PeTA's new 1998 Shopping Guide for Caring Consumers, - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

 In PETA TV spots, "Golden Girl" Bea Arthur urged viewers to use alternatives to Premarin, which is made from pregnant mare's urine. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

Exorcist star Linda Blair kicked off PeTA's 1997 campaign urging people to donate only to charities that don't fund animal experiments by appearing in our "Animal experiments make my head spin" ad. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

 After watching PeTA's undercover video, film stars G�rard Depardieu, asked Monaco's Prince Rainier to ban animal acts at the Monte Carlo International Circus Festival. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

Keenen Ivory Weyans, Emmy-winning creator of In Living Color and host of his own late-night show, gave Animal Times readers a lesson in vegetarianism with a light-hearted quiz. - PeTA's Annual 1997 Media in Review essay.

  Country Music singer Rosanne Cash, lended her voice to help PeTA to ban canned hunting-the tracking and killing of nearly tame animals kept in penned enclosures on facilities in New York.PeTA Press Release dated 05/30/2000

Dick Gregory, Actor, did a Public Service Announcement for Peta 

  Linda McCartney, gained fame when she shot Public Service Announcements for PeTA, did the prologue to Ingrid Newkirk's books.

Mike Farrell, Actor of MASH fame filmed a Public Service Announcement for PeTA

Goldfinger  the ska/punk band from L.A and  their top hit, “Here in Your Bedroom.”  Lead singer John Feldmann is an animal rights activist with "Meat Is Murder” bumper stickers, animal rights T-shirts, hands out literature at concerts, and sings a song about hunter Ted Nugent.

Soprano Charlotte Church states on her Web site that she would never wear real fur.

Vegetarian Shania Twain allowed her image and and the following text in GRRR magazine Spring 2000 issue. "Vegetarian Shania Twain would never eat a fast-food burger.  Even her dog is veg!"

Actress Drew Barrymore made the cover of GRRR's Spring Magazine.  She also stated in "Seventeen Magazine" that one of her secret wishes: to “save all the little live lobsters in restaurants and throw them back into the ocean..."

Jamie Lee Curtis decorated her car with a “Proud Parent of a Student Who Won’t Dissect” bumper sticker from PETA  -

Singer Paula Cole is on the PeTA website is a vegetarian

Singer  Ziggy Marley on the PeTA website is a vegetarian

Actress  Natalie Portman on the PeTA website is a vegetarian

Actor Rider Strong (Boy Meets World) on the PeTA website is a vegetarian

PeTA compiled two animal rights albums, Animal Liberation and Tame
Yourself
, featuring artists such as Chrissie Hynde, Indigo Girls, Michael Stipe, and Belinda Carlisle. PETA also held several  concerts featuring The B-52's. Long-time supporter Paul McCartney invited PeTA to set up literature tables on his world tour.

Supermodels Christy Turlington, Tyra Banks, and Marcus Schenkenberg, have posed for the "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" Campaign.

PETA  received pledges from filmmakers including Oliver Stone, Martin Scorsese, and Rob Reiner to keep fur off movie sets.
 

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