[List] These Hollywood Actors Aren’t Ashamed Of Their Service In The Military

Hollywood actors have been known for taking liberal stances on issues, oftentimes involving the military and the United States’ presence on the world stage.

These elites have spewed liberal nonsense from their comfortable Hollywood mansions about situations they know little about, advocating for the U.S. to weaken its military presence and scale back on our involvement in other countries.

Thankfully, not every celebrity fits this mold, and while many have used their fame to support the U.S. military, others have answered the call to serve — and we thank them from the bottom of our hearts.

Here’s a list of 14 celebrities who have served our country:

1. Rob Riggle

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Actor Rob Riggle hosts a luncheon for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America at Annenberg Skylight Studios on December 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vincent Sandoval/Getty Images) at Annenberg Skylight Studios on December 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

  • Division – Marines
  • Years served – 1990-2013
  • Status – Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps

Riggle is most know for his time on SNL, “21 Jump Street,” “The Hangover,” and “Step Brothers.”

2. Gene Hackman

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  • Division – Marines
  • Years served – 1947-1949

Hackman is known for countless amazing films, including “The French Connection,” “Unforgiven,” “The Royal Tenenbaums” and “Enemy of the State.”

3. Drew Carey

 Actor Drew Carey arrives at the National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards Gala at Millennium Biltmore Hotel on December 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
  • Division – Marines
  • Years served – 1980-1986

Carey is probably best known for hosting and acting in “The Drew Carey Show,” “Whose Line is it Anyway,” “The Price Is Right.”

4. Adam Driver

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  • Division – Marines
  • Years Served – 2001-2004

Driver got his breakout role on the HBO show “Girls.” He has since starred in films such as “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens,” “Inside Llewyn Davis” and “What If.”

5. Shaggy — Orville Richard Burrell 



  • Division – Marines
  • War — The Gulf War
  • Years served – 1988 – 1992

Shaggy is most known for his hit song “It Wasn’t Me,” along with films such as “Showtime,” “She’s The Man” and “Along Came Polly.”

12. Jimmy Stewart


  • Division – United States Air Force Reserve
  • War – World War II, Vietnam War
  • Years Served – 1943-1968

Stewart is known for his roles in “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” and “Vertigo.”

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