Lil Weezy (one of his many aliases) is a huge sports fan in general. He's contributed articles in ESPN the Magazine, and segments on ESPN shows like First Take. The self-proclaimed "Greatest Rapper Alive" is a fan of many teams, and has included sports references from every sport in his lyrics, but he has expressed a fandom for the Pack. In fact, he dropped a single titled "Green and Yellow" just prior to the Packers' Super Bowl XLV win over the Pittsburgh Steelers; it was a spin-off freestyle of Wiz Khalifa's, a Pittburgh native, hit "Black and Yellow."
The Boston native, and Boston sports nut, loves Wisconsin's very own when it comes to football! He's a Red Sox and Celtics fan, but not a Patriots fan.
Mr. Miyagi himself is a cheesehead! After all, he played Mr. Arnold in Happy Days, the beloved sitcom that took place in Wisconsin. Best known for his Mr. Miyagi role in the 80s classic The Karate Kid, he's unfortunately one of two celebrity fans in this gallery who've passed away. Rest in peace, Pat, and remember, "Wax On, Wax Off."
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Whether Munn is a huge Packers fan, or sports fan in general, is not neccesarily clear (or likely). However she is a fan of No. 12. The model, actress, and G-4 television personality and host is dating Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. So in a sense, she's the best Packer player's biggest supporter.
James Van Der Beek
The actor of TV series Dawson's Creek and feature film Varsity Blues fame, is noted as a big Green Bay Packers fan.
Tony was not only born and raised in the Badger State, he was also born and raised in Green Bay! He grew up a Packers fan, duh, but he's also a season-ticket holder! The critically acclaimed actor who's best known for his role of Adrian Monk in the USA Network series Monkhas said he was such a huge fan of former QB Brett Favre that he rooted for him while Favre was with the division rival Minnesota Vikings.
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Justin not only loves the Packers, he's also a personal friend of QB Aaron Rodgers. He proclaimed to People Magazine that he had friends who'd "decapitate [him] if [he] did not root for the Packers." Yikes! Well, either way good that the awesome and acclaimed actor, singer, and beau to tons of good-looking actresses (like Jessica Biel) and singers is a member of Packer Nation.
Farley, like Pat Morita, is one of our two late Packers faithful on this list. R.I.P. That said, Farley was a Hall of Fame-level comedic talent and beloved star of Tommy Boy and of course, Saturday Night Live. He's from Madison, and he proclaimed his love for the Green and Gold after the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI over the New England Patriots on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Dancing around on stage with Andre Rison, Edgar Bennett, and Sean Jones as Mayor Cheeseapolis of Stitzer, Wisconsin. Check it out on Chat Sports.
NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth is from Cambridge, Wisc. He's a lifelong Packers fan ,and surely gets as big an adrenaline rush from watching Green Bay play as he does winning races ... okay, maybe not as big of a rush, but it's gotta be close, right? After all, he once said he was happy that DE Julius Peppers "[saw] the light, [leaving] the Bears and [coming] to the Packers." That must've drawn the ire of NASCAR fans in Chicago, who saw him and others in the Chase for the Sprint Cup opener which was held in the Windy City a few months following those bold statements concerning their team's biggest rival: the Packers!
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Larry the Cable Guy
Larry, whose real name is Daniel Lawrence Whitney, is a comedian known for his redneck-centric jokes. He's from Nebraska and is a big fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team. He's also a big Packers fan, his wife is from Wisconsin, but has said his love for Brett Favre led him to support the Green and Gold. He's fraternized with the fans at tailgates in Lambeau Field, and appeared live at special events taking place in Lambeau on game days.