Scientology's shocking popularity in Hollywood

Juliette Lewis -
The 'Natural Born Killers' actress is a longtime Scientologist and vocal defender of the religion. 

Juliette Lewis -
She told The Daily Beast that the mainstream media funded by the pharmaceutical industry has a vendetta against Scientology.

Beck -
The musician is a second-generation Scientologist who’s been involved in it most of his life. 

Beck -
He first acknowledged his affiliation in a 2005 interview with The New York Times Magazine.

John Travolta -
Right there with Cruise, Travolta is one of the Church’s most highly prized members. 

John Travolta - He has been active since the 1970s and even got fellow 'Grease' actor Jeff Conaway to take courses.

Mimi Rogers -
The prolific actress was exposed to the faith as a child through her father, who was a member and friends with L. Ron Hubbard. 

Mimi Rogers - Rogers married Tom Cruise in the late 1980s, giving rise to Hollywood’s biggest Scientologist. She has since left the Church.

Christopher Reeve -
The 'Superman' star discussed his dabbling in Scientology in his 2002 book 'Nothing Is Impossible: Reflections on a New Life.' 

Christopher Reeve - He visited the headquarters in 1975 but decided not to join after reading more about Scientology.

Kirstie Alley -
The actress and spokesmodel became interested in Scientology after moving to Los Angeles in the 1970s. 

Kirstie Alley -
She has told the Daily Mail that the Church has helped her overcome cocaine addiction.

Jenna Elfman -
The 'Dharma & Greg' actress is an outspoken supporter and member of the Church of Scientology.

Jenna Elfman -
She has compared the treatment Scientologists receive to the Roman's persecution of Christianity.

Michael Peña -
The 'Ant-Man' actor joined the Church after watching a Jenna Elfman interview with Barbara Walters in the late 1990s. 

Michael Peña -
He told The Guardian that the religion has made him a better actor.

Erika Christensen -
The 'Parenthood' actress was raised in the Church by her parents who also chose to homeschool her. 

Erika Christensen -
Christensen has defended the religion as recently as June 2018 in an interview with People.

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