Some people have unshakable faith, these famous people fall on the side of reason and evidence.
Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Woody Allen, American film director
Robert Altman, American film director
Lance Armstrong, American cyclist, winner of the Tour de France seven consecutive times.
Isaac Asimov, widely considered a master of the science-fiction genre
Sir David Attenborough, British broadcaster and naturalist.
Michelle Bachelet, Chilean politician, former President of Chile and the first woman to hold this position in the country's history.
Kevin Bacon, American Actor
Mikhail Bakunin, Russian philosopher, writer and anarchist.
Javier Bardem, Spanish actor and former rugby player best known for his role in No Country For Old Men.
Bruno Bauer, German philosopher, theologian and historian, the first propounder of the Jesus myth hypothesis.
Paul Bettany, British (English) actor, known for his roles in A Knight's Tale, A Beautiful Mind, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World and The Da Vinci Code.
Johannes Brahms, German romantic composer.
Gabriel Byrne, Irish actor and film producer, star of over thirty-five films including The Usual Suspects, Miller's Crossing and Stigmata.
James Cameron, Film director, Best known for his films The Terminator (1984), Aliens (1986), The Abyss (1989), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Titanic (1997), and Avatar (2009).
George Carlin, American Stand Up Comedian
Adam Carolla, Comedian/Radio Personality
David Cronenberg, Canadian film director, best known for, The Fly, Scanners, and Videodrone
Charles Darwin, founder of the theory of evolution by natural selection
Richard Dawkins, British geneticist and author famous for his radical denunciations of religious belief.
Marlene Dietrich, German-born American actress, singer and entertainer, considered to be the first German actress to flourish in Hollywood.
Amanda Donohoe, British (English) film, stage and television actress.
Albert Einstein, German scientist, theorist
Danny Elfman, Grammy Award winning American Musician and Composer.
Zac Efron, actor, star of movies such as High School Musical and 17 Again. Although of Jewish ancestry, Efron was raised agnostic.
Carrie Fisher, really only famous for Star Wars
Angelina Jolie, American Actress, famous for Tomb Raider, Wanted, and a shitload of other movies, plus likes to adopt kids from 3rd world countries
Hugh Laurie, English actor, comedian, writer, and star of the television show House
Bruce Lee, The greatest martial artist of ALL TIME
Seth MacFarlane, Creator of Family Guy, American Dad, The Cleveland Show
Matt Groening, creator of animated TV series The Simpsons, Futurama, and the comic Life in Hell.
Ludwig von Mises, Austrian Economist and Philosopher
Bill Maher, American comedian and political commentator
Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher whose forever associated with the phrase, "God is dead"
Barack Obama, Sr., father of United States President Barack Obama, been raised a Muslim, but thought all religion was superstition
George Orwell, British (English) writer and journalist, a novelist, critic, and commentator on politics and culture, one of the most admired English-language essayists of the twentieth century, and most famous for two novels critical of totalitarianism in general (Nineteen Eighty-Four), and Stalinism in particular (Animal Farm).
Patton Oswalt, American actor and comedian.
Dave Matthews, American Singer
Guy Pearce, British (English born) Australian-raised actor, perhaps best known for his crticially acclaimed roles in Rules of Engagement, The Count of Monte Cristo and L.A. Confidential as well as Memento
Brad Pitt, American Actor, who would most likely play me in a movie since we look identical.
Daniel Radcliffe, British (English) actor, most famous for his lead role in the Harry Potter series.
Ron Reagan, American magazine journalist, board member of the politically activistic Creative Coalition, son of former U. S. President Ronald Reagan.
Keanu Reeves, Canadian-American actor best known for his portrayal of Neo in the action film trilogy The Matrix and Ted Logan in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey.
Salman Rushdie, Indian-born British essayist and author of fiction, known for his frequent criticism of Islam.
Carl Sagan, astronomer and skeptic
Mark Zuckerberg, Founder of Facebook
Trey Parker, and Matt Stone, creators of South Park and Team America
Mark Twain, The Greatest Writer of his time
Daniel Day-Lewis, Bristish actor, famous for There Will Be Blood, Gangs of New York, My Left Foot.
Jodie Foster, American film actress, director, and producer
Ricky Gervais, British (voice)actor, film and TV director, (screen)writer, producer, and comedian
Paul Giamatti, American film and television actor, famous for Sideways
Penn and Teller, comedians, and magicians.
Sir Ian McKellen, English stage and screen actor, famous for playing Gandalf, and Magneto, in Lord of the Rings, and the X-Men