If you’ve ever seen a Jon Bernthal acting job, you probably watched him tear some poor losers to shreds. But he’s plenty nice to his favorite team, the Washington Commanders. He was born in Washington D.C., and he’s a fan of them to the bitter end, no matter how many quarterbacks they go through in a season.
Even if he’s overseas at an acting job, he does his best to find a way to watch the games, despite them most likely being on at night where he’s stationed. For any football fans that are across the pond, that can mean a big commitment.
Los Angeles Rams: Magic Johnson
It's no surprise that an athlete that is such a big part of the Los Angeles scene (both literally and figuratively) is a fan of one of the city's football clubs. In fact, he was the first official person to make the purchase of season tickets when the Rams moved back to Los Angeles.
Despite growing up in Michigan, Johnson is all in when it comes to the Rams. He even takes his family along for the ride – in this picture, the Johnson family got to watch the Rams beat up the 49ers, something everybody can enjoy.
Washington Commanders: Denny Hamlin
As a huge fan of Joe Gibbs (head coach for the Washington team from 1981 to 1992), Denny Hamlin was pleased as a punch to find out that he would be a driver for Joe Gibbs racing.
Hamlin was such a big fan that he got Gibbs to sign a Washington Super Bowl hat in 1992, lost it almost right away, and then managed to get a replacement hat and have Gibbs – now his boss, sort of – sign it again. That's what you call enduring fandom.
Cleveland Browns: Machine Gun Kelly
Mostly known for his rapping skills, white hair, and his relationship with Megan Fox – Machine Gun Kelly isn't a huge sports fan, but he's going to rep the Browns until he's over and out. He's from Cleveland, which is a pretty classic way to have a team to cheer for.
Honestly, that's generally how it works. He loves cheering the scrappy, near-constant team on, and he's even been able to perform at the stadium at least once. We love hearing about famous fans that cheer for underdog teams – you know they're true.
Los Angeles Rams: Sarah Michelle Gellar
Since the age of four, Sarah Michelle Gellar has been an actress. She was on some teen dramas and soaps, and then she broke out as the main character in the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” series. According to this picture, she's also a fan of the Los Angeles Rams, but we're sure that isn't just because everybody else in Hollywood is cheering for them.
She was born in New York, but she's been part of Hollywood for a long time, so by liking a team (or a couple of teams) now calling the glitzy city home, she's taking the chance to see some games.