Famous Vegetarians

Can you name the notable people who were or are currently vegetarians or vegans?

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Canadian-American actress, probably best well know as the most popular Baywatch girl 
English actor portraying Batman in Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight (2008) 
Canadian-American actor and comedian portraying the lead character in films such as The Mask, Bruce Almighty and Yes Man 
A Mexican American farm worker, labor leader, and civil rights activist who, with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers (UFW) 
Only child of the 42nd President of the United States 
Chinese philosopher whose teachings would become a philosophy based on personal and government morality 
German scientist in World War Two, famous for the equation E=mc2 
American engineer famous for originating a popular motor company and considered the father of using the assembly line in automobile manufacturing 
Indian prince that originated a religion of letting go of earthly possessions and desires while traveling throughout Asia 
Indian peace leader that helped end British occupation of the country 
British primatologist famous for a 45-year study of the behavior in chimps, and is regarded as the world's leading expert on chimpanzees 
Least well known of the four Beatles, often called the 'quiet one' 
Lead role in movies such as The Princess Diaries and Ella Enchanted 
Wife of the famous Beatle, died of breast cancer in 1998 
British Singer-Songwriter, he is recognised as the most successful songwriter in pop music history due mainly to his association with the Beatles and, afterwards, the Wings 
American actress possibly most famous for the role of Claire Bennet in the TV drama, 'Heroes' 
Ancient Greek philosopher that recorded the teachings of another answer on this quiz and taught a different one, also on this quiz 
Greek mathmatician known for discovering the theorem for finding the hypotenuse of a triangle 
Irish playwright, notable for being the only person to recieve an Oscar and Nobel Literature Prize 
Drummer for the Beatles 
Croatian-American trainee and later rival of Thomas Edison 
American country musician that became famous due to American Idol 
Italian polymath: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist and writer, and rival of Michelangelo 
Wesley Crusher on the American television series Star Trek: The Next Generation 
Vegetarian (disputed)
Ancient Greek philosopher that tutored Alexander the Great 
The central figure in the Christian religion 
English naturalist whom originated the theory of natural selection 
Great-grandaughter of the founder of a successful hotel chain 
Austrian born German politician and commonly used representation of the Nazi party and racism in general due to leading Nazi Germany during World War Two 
American Singer-Songwriter/Dancer famously nicknamed, 'The King Of Pop' 
Co-Founder of Apple Inc. 
Jamaican singer-songwriter 
English born scientist widely considered one of the fathers of modern physics, and known for discovering three important self-titled laws of motion 
Ancient Greek philosopher that was famously executed through poisoning for disturbing the peace. 
American author and humorist known for Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Adventures of Tom Sawyer 
French philosopher and supporter of freedom of religion and free trade in the eighteenth century 
Science fiction writer known for works such as The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The War of the Worlds 
Vegetarian (former)
A founding father of the United States of America but never a president, he contributed many inventions such as the lightning rod 
The current Buddhist leader in the Tibetan region of Western China 
One of the most successful female recording artists of all time, she is famous for songs such as, 'Like A Virgin' and 'Vogue' 
British actor known for role of Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings series of movies and Magneto in X-Men 
American actress known for role the of Elle Woods in the movie Legally Blonde and for the more recent movie, Four Christmases 
American stand-up comedian, television host and actress, whose lesbianism is commonly joked about in popular culture 
Canadian singer-songwriter, best well known for her song Complicated 
Extremely manly former football player now famous for advertising body wash and deoderant, usually starting commercials with, 'Hello, ladies' 
American Broadway actress receiving critical acclaim for the role of Rachel Berry in the TV show Glee 
American recording artist whom changed his stage name due to legal issues to the unpronouncable love symbol, prompting the name, 'The Artist Formally Known As' his former, and real, name 
Popular retired American Boxer who famously bit off part of opponent Evander Holyfield's ear during a match 
American singer-songwriter and possibly the world's most famous song parody maker, with songs like, 'Eat It' and, 'White and Nerdy' 
Vegan (former)
American child actress that made breakthrough performance in ET and went through rehab at the age of 13 due to alcohol and drug abuse problems 

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