Below is a list of the expected celebrity guests at the 2014 White House Correspondents’ Association’s annual dinner as provided by each news organization.


Lupita Nyong’o, actress

Steve McQueen, director

Alfonso Cuarón, director

Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber

Armie Hammer, actor

Elizabeth Chambers, actress

Patrick Duffy, actor


Scott Foley, actor

Joe Manganiello, actor

Lindsey Vonn, Olympic skier

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)

The Huffington Post:

Arianna Huffington, president of The Huffington Post

Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks

Ashley Moss, Richard Sherman’s girlfriend

Kristen Bell, actress

Dax Shepard, actor

Sylvia Burwell, secretary Health and Human Services

Stephen Burwell, husband of Sylvia Burwell

Federica Marchionni, president of Dolce & Gabbana

Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.)

Dan Pfeiffer, Senior Adviser to President Barack Obama

Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell Soup Company

Questlove, musician (the Roots)

Anna Kendrick, actress

Mick Sullivan, talent agent

Thomson Reuters:

Olivia Munn, actress

Ron Dermer, the United States Ambassador to Israel

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts 

Jack O’Connell, actor

Darren Criss, actor

Ray Mabus, secretary of the U.S. Navy

Madeline Stowe, actress

Jeremy Bird, Democratic political strategist

Christine Fox, acting Deputy Secretary of Defense

Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings

Courtney O’Donnell, former director of communications for Jill Biden

Oliver Luck, Director of Intercollegiate Athletes at West Virginia University

NBC Universal:

Samantha Power, United States Ambassador to the United Nations

Kevin Hart, actor/comedian

Eniko Parrish, girlfriend of Kevin Hart, musician (The Black Eyed Peas)

Sage Kotsenburg, Olympic athlete

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

Denis McDonough, the White House Chief of Staff

Matt Lauer, co-anchor of the “Today Show”

Savannah Guthrie, co-anchor of the “Today Show”

Al Roker, co-host of the “Today Show”

Natalie Morales, co-host the “Today Show”

Carson Daly, the “Today Show”

Cynthia McFadden, NBC News

David Gregory, host of “Meet the Press”

Andrea Mitchell, NBC News

Chuck Todd, chief White House correspondent for NBC News

Peter Alexander, NBC News

Luke Russert, NBC News

Kelly O’Donnell, NBC News

Tom Costello, NBC News

Pete Williams, NBC News

Kristen Welker, NBC News


Julianna Margulies, actress

David McCallum, actor

Brad Paisley, musician

Kimberly Williams-Paisley, actress

Gloria Estefan, musician

Emilio Estefan, musician

Spike Jonze, director

William Bratton, New York Police Department Commissioner

Shaun Donovan, secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont)

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.)

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.)

Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.)


Tony Goldwyn, actor

Bellamy Young, actress

Darby Stanchfield, actress

Hayden Panettiere, actress

Chip Esten, actor

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, actor

Eric Stonestreet, actor

Sofia Vergara, actress

Rep Joaquin Castro (D-Texas)

MC Gonzalez Noguera, director of communications for first lady Michelle Obama 

Jeh Johnson, secretary of Homeland Security

Jack Lew, the United States Secretary of the Treasury

Lisa Monaco, deputy National Security Adviser

The Washington Post: 

Francois Delattre, ambassador of France to the U.S.

Anthony Foxx, secretary of Transportation

Eric Garcetti, mayor of Los Angeles

B. Todd Jones, director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)

Leon Panetta, former U.S. Secretary of Defense

Tim Pawlenty, former Minnesota governor

John Podesta, White House counselor

Rick Santorum, former Pennsylvania senator

Stephanie Schriock, president of Emily’s List

Garry Trudeau, creator of “Doonesbury” and writer and producer of Alpha House


Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo

Katie Couric, global anchor, Yahoo News

Bobbi Brown, editor-in-chief of Beauty, Yahoo

David Karp, CEO of Tumblr

Matt Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center

Cody Keenan, assistant to President Barack Obama and director of speechwriting

Kathy Ruemmler, assistant to President Barack Obama and White House Counsel to the president

Eric Holder, United States Attorney General

Sam Kass, executive director of Let’s Move! and Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy

Jon Huntsman, Jr., former United States ambassador to China

Martin O’Malley, governor of Maryland

USA Today: 

Rosario Dawson, actress

Freida Pinto, actress

Jessica Simpson, fashion designer

Jeff Goldblum, actor

Josh Gad, actor

Taylor Schilling, actress

Uzo Aduba, actress

Fox News:

Matthew Morrison, actor

Renee Puente, actress

Tony Romo, quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys

Sir Patrick Stewart, actor

Sunny Ozell, actress

Joshua Chasez, musician

Jeremy Irvine, actor

Chace Crawford, actor

Ryan Kwanten, actor

Will Poulter, actor

Rick Springfield, musician

Katherine McPhee, singer/actress

Richard Marx, musician

The Hill: 

Andy Roddick, tennis player

Brooklyn Decker, model

Spike Mendelsohn, chef

Nancy O’Dell, journalist

Connor Cruise, actor

Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.)

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.)

Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.)

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.)

The New Yorker:

Valerie  Chapoulaud-Floquet, CEO of Louis Vuitton

Mindy Kaling , actress

The Atlantic:

Robin Wright, actress

Michael Kelly, actress

Michael Gill, actress

Sakina Jaffrey, actress

Spencer Garrett, actor

Mahershala Ali, actress

Molly Parker, actress

Sebastian Arcelus, actor

Beau Willimon, showrunner of “House of Cards”

Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix

Cynthia Nixon, actress

Chuck Hagel, United States Secretary of Defence

Michelle Rhee, former chancellor of D.C. Public Schools

Kevin Johnson, mayor of Sacremento

Jose Andres, chef/activist

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