"30 Rock" star Elizabeth Banks is a fan of fantasy football, in part because her husband, Max Handelman wrote a book titled "Why Fantasy Football Matters: (And Our Lives Do Not)."
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Journalist Rich Eisen, who worked for ESPN before moving on to the NFL Network, is a pro at fantasy football.
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Joe Lo Truglio from MTV's "The State" and Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" is also a fantasy football fan.
Ashton Kutcher's better half also participates in their fantasy football league. Last year her draft included Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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"That 70s Show" star Danny Masterson is also passionate about fantasy football, just like his former co-star Ashton Kutcher. "Dear fantasy football gods, I will b a loving member of ur cult forever more. Now, time 2 sacrifice that chicken," he tweeted.
Paul Rudd, who even plays a fantasy football fan in "Knocked Up," once built a Pittsburgh Steelers football player out of LEGOs. "As soon as fantasy comes around, I'm on websites going: 'Oh, what's my draft position? Do I go running back, or do I try to maybe mix it up and draft a quarterback in the first round, which I've never done?'" Rudd told The Hollywood Reporter.
Josh Charles, who plays Will Gardner on "The Good Wife," won the 2004-05 fantasy football league on the NFL Network.
Comedian Jeff Garlin, who can be seen on" Curb Your Enthusiasm," has gone on NFL.com as the celebrity guest to make his weekly picks.
A fan of a lot of sports, "Bones" star David Boreanaz is also an avid fantasy football player. "Let the Fantasy Football trash talking start," he tweeted in July.
"I'm a junkie," says "Entourage" actor Jerry Ferrara of his fantasy football addiction. He hosted a weekly fantasy football show on SIRIUS XM Fantasy Sports Radio.
Actor Dean Cain played fantasy football for the first time in 2004. "Once I started playing fantasy football, I immersed myself knee-deep into it, and it was a blast," Cain, who was a former football player, told ESPN.
Nick Bakay voiced the cat on "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" and played Karl on Fox's "'Til Death." As a fantasy football fanatic, he has a column on NFL.com and is an original member of the network's Hollywood Fantasy League.
The "Two and a Half Men" star has been playing fantasy football for more than 10 years and last year co-hosted a web show, "Fantasy Football Live."
The entertainer Meat Loaf participates in baseball, basketball, Nascar and football fantasy leagues. "It's my escape. I get so many phone calls. There are so many decisions I have to make. It gets me thinking about something else other than what's going on in my life," he told the New York Times. He won the Alice in Chains & Friends charity league in 2011. His chosen charity would then receive all the proceeds from the celebrity auction of items donated by the league's players.
The "Office" actor avidly tweets about his fantasy football draft, and in 2009, both his teams were in the playoffs.
Comedian Seth Meyers, who hosted the ESPYs in 2010 and 2011, is in multiple fantasy football leagues, including a couple with college friends. He says it's a great way to keep in touch with friends.
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The cast of "The League," a show about a fantasy football league, actually play in a league together in real life. "Mark Duplass, Stephen Rannazzisi, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer, Jon Lajoie and Katie Aselton play with the show's creators, husband and wife team Jeff Schaffer ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") and Jackie Marcus Schaffer ("Disturbia").
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Good Charlotte's Joel Madden joined fantasy football leagues last year and became an instant fan.
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