Angelina Jolie is an exceptionally famous actress, screenwriter, and director. She is well known for her atheist views, and was raised as an atheist as well. Angelina Jolie has been honored a number of times for her extensive charity work, and has made frequent comments about atheist’s complete ability to behave well despite having a religious code of conduct.
Black can make us laugh to no end in films like "School of Rock" and "Kung Fu Panda," but he can get serious too. Although Black was raised with a Jewish background, he has made it very clear that he is an atheist now.
This veteran actress is well known for her staunch atheist views. She has stated that it is wrong to call her a simple atheist, and that she regards religion with fear and skepticism. Emma Thompson has also stated the Christian morality is great, but is rarely practiced by religious persons.
Ricky Gervais is an actor, comedian, writer, and radio presenter. He has been a very outspoken atheist, and states that he lost his faith when he was just 8 years old. Ricky Gervais has defended his lack of faith in a 2010 editorial in the Wall Street Journal, and is an honorary associate with the National Secular Society.
Moore has been one of the biggest voices for the progressive movement in Hollywood — from sitting on the board of Planned Parenthood to vocally supporting marriage equality. She's also an outspoken atheist. When a reporter asked Moore what she'd say to God at the gates of Heaven, her response was "Wow, I was wrong, you really do exist!"
Jodie Foster doesn't let her atheism stop her from some of the fun religion can offer. She celebrates religious holidays from various faiths with her family. "Even though I don’t believe in God, we celebrate pretty much every religion in our family with the kids. They love it, and when they say, ‘Are we Jewish?’ or ‘Are we Catholic?’ I say, ‘Well, I’m not, but you can choose when you’re 18.’”
Bardem was raised Catholic, but distanced himself from religion after his father died. The actor said it "suddenly all felt so obvious" that religion was just a way to cope with mortality.