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.
Armstrong won the Tour de France a record 7 consecutive times (though he was later stripped of the title in a scandal) and survived testicular cancer, but he thanks science rather than God. In the athlete's book "It's Not About The Bike," Armstrong writes that he had a soul-searching night before his brain surgery, and realized that the things he most believed in were his doctors and medicine.
Lance Armstrong isn't the only famous atheist athlete out there. Rafael Nadal, the Spanish tennis phenom that many consider to be the best player in the world, revealed that he had many doubts about God in and interview with Sports Illustrated. Nadal said, "It’s hard to say, 'I don’t believe in God.' I would love to know if God exists. But it's a very difficult thing for me to believe."