From Alec Baldwin to Anna Kournikova, RuPaul to Donald Trump, we’ve put together a list of 50+ blog-toting celebrities we think you might want to check out.
Some are clearly promotional blogs, but many seem quite genuine. What celebrity blog would you like to see published?
Alec Baldwin – Part of The Huffington Post site, the 30 Rock star posts his thoughts on the current political landscape.
Valerie Bertinelli – Currently blogging through the Jenny Craig website about her weight loss.
Zach Braff – The star of Scrubs doesn’t update frequently, but he does post occasional news.
Jackie Chan – The long-time action star updates frequently with photos and thoughts from his travels.
Jenna Fischer – An actress best known for her role as Pam Beesley on The Office blogs on her MySpace page about her life and gives acting tips.
Mariska Hargitay – The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit actress posts occasionally and sometimes has guest bloggers write as well.
Allison Mack – Best known for the role of Chloe on Smallville, Mack uses her blog to keep her fans up-to-date and share her passions in life with them.
David Nykl – The actor who plays Zelenka on Stargate: Atlantis posts frequently about life on the set with lots of behind-the-scenes photos.
William Shatner – The star of Star Trek and Boston Legal posts every few months.
Jodie Sweetin – The former star of Full House blogs for OK! Magazine about her life and losing weight after having her baby.
Gilbert Arenas – Posts frequently to his blog on the NBA website.
David Beckham – The LA Galaxy player updates his blog roughly once a week about games he’s played and what he’s up to.
Curtis Granderson – The center fielder for the Detroit Tigers blogs over on ESPN about baseball, life and even the occasional movie review.
Anna Kournikova – The tennis player better known for her looks than her skill, has a blog that mostly promotes her personal appearances and upcoming events.
Pat Neshek – Pitcher for the Minnesota Twins that talks about baseball in general, what it’s like to be recruited, and his love of trading sports trading cards.
Curt Schilling – The pitcher for the Boston Red Sox posts several times a week on average.
Roseanne Barr – The comic, actress and writer is a frequent blogger with multiple updates per day sometimes.
Dave Barry – A long time humor columnist, Dave Barry is also an active blogger.
Michael Ian Black – Co-creator of the comedy trio Stella and Wet Hot American Summer actor, Michael Ian Black updates his blog regularly. This one is definitely worth checking out.
Margaret Cho – Cho is best known for her comedy tours, but she is also a copious blogger.
Rosie O’Donnell – Rosie O’Donnell has been a well-known, and sometimes controversial, blogger for quite a while now.
David Byrne – The Talking Heads founding member is also an artist and writer, amongst other things. He updates his blog a few times a month about projects he’s working on, his life, and ideas on current events.
Mark Cuban – Billionaire, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and Dancing With the Stars contestant, Mark Cuban is not shy about sharing his opinions on his blog.
Adam Curry – The former MTV VJ and huge podcasting advocate blogs daily on his site.
Paris Hilton – The actress/singer/model blogs on her MySpace account from time to time, mostly to clear up rumors about herself.
James Lipton – The writer, executive producer and host of Bravo TV’s “Inside The Actor’s Studio” posts about his work on the show and the entertainment industry.
Joseph Mallozzi – Works on Stargate:Atlantis, but finds time to post extremely long posts from the set almost daily.
Ronald D. Moore – One of the men behind the current Battlestar Galactica, he blogs about all sorts of things.
Jamie Oliver – The television chef blogs frequently as well as occasionally moblogging.
RuPaul – The well-known drag queen/singer/actor and more has been blogging regularly since 2001.
Martha Stewart – The Domestic Diva talks about her personal life, what’s going on behind-the-scenes, and more.
Donald Trump – Focused on his Trump University brand, this blog features a mixture of posts from Trump as well as his staff.
Lily Allen – One of the favorite subjects of many gossip blogs, Ms. Allen uses her MySpace blog to dispel rumors about herself, talk about her new music and whatever is going on in her life.
Barenaked Ladies – The entire band posts to their blog.
Thomas Dolby – While it would be easy to make a “he blinded us with blogging!” joke, we’ll try to avoid it as we tell you the well known musician is a frequent blogger.
MC Hammer – It seems MC Hammer is everywhere all over the web, and on his blog he’s tackling just about every subject you can think of.
John Mayer – John Mayer talks about everything from recording his latest music to what his current favorite gadgets are.
Moby – Well known musician Moby has been running his blog since 2000.
Gene Simmons – Known as much for his reality show as his band, KISS, Gene Simmons blog is frequently updated.
Nikki Sixx – The Motley Crue and Sixx:A.M. bassist updates his fans via his blog every so often.
Kanye West – the popular hip hop artist and producer updates his blog regularly, mostly with pictures and videos that have to do with music, fashion and design.
Daryn Kagan – A former correspondent for CNN who now does daily blogging about positive news stories.
Meredith Viera – Host of Today and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is blogging through iVillage.
Brian Williams – Posts on a fairly regular basis to the NBC blog, The Daily Nightly.
Peter David – Comic book writer and novelist, Peter David has been blogging since 2002 on a very regular basis.
Neil Gaiman – Mr. Gaiman is a comic book writer/novelist/television creator who has been blogging for quite some time.
William Gibson – The well-known author of Neuromancer has been blogging on his site since 2003.
Danny Rubin – The writer of the film Groundhog Day still hears about it so much that he started a blog to answer questions and discuss the philosophy of the movie.
Kevin Smith – Writer and director of such movies as Clerks and Chasing Amy only started seriously blogging in 2005, but has been prolific ever since.