Mitt Romney's Mormonism: 10 Famous Mormons [PHOTOS]

By on
  • 2012 Election
    Mitt Romney is still the leader in New Hampshire by a margin of more than 25 points, and he's the only candidate with an approval rating above 50 percent. He and Newt Gingrich are tied in terms of who voters think would do best in a debate against President Barack Obama, and they're also the only candidates whom a majority of voters consider "presidential." Reuters
  • Andy Reid
    Eagles coach Andy Reid needs some defensive help from the NFL Draft. Tim Shaffer / Reuters
  • Gladys Knight
    Gladys Knight, R&B Singer. Phil McCarten / Reuters
  • Aaron Eckhart
    Aaron Eckhart, Actor. Phil McCarten/REUTERS
  • David Archuleta
    David Archuleta, American Idol Season 7. Phil McCarten / Reuters
  • Jon Heder
    Jon Heder, Actor. Phil McCarten / Reuters)
  • Katherine Heigl
    Katherine Heigl, Actress. Mario Anzuoni / Reuters
  • Paul Walker
    Actor Paul Walker Nicky Loh / Reuters
  • Glenn Beck
    Goldline International Inc. has used advertising that features such conservative figures as Glenn Beck and Mike Huckabee. Lucas Jackson / Reuters
  • Roseanne Barr
    Comedienne Roseanne Barr's ex-husband is demanding she pays $175,000 for his legal fees and cash for the inconvenience of a lengthy custody battle for their son. Chris Pizzello / Reuters
1 of 10

Mitt Romney's Mormonism is everywhere in the news, with some decrying Rick Perry supporter Pastor Robert Jeffress' comments about a cult and others wondering whether Romney's being a Mormon will cost him the presidential nomination.

Despite keeping a relatively low profile, however, there are many actors, musicians, athletes, and other celebrities who adhere to the Mormon faith.

Check out 10 of the most famous people who are or have been devout members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and see how they balance their political beliefs with their religious beliefs.

Join the Discussion