It's common knowledge that Hollywood celebrities play poker. What isn't so commonly known is that many of them have Twitter accounts where they tweet about it all.
We've put together a handy list of the biggest and best actors, musicians and Hollywood personalities that play poker and have Twitter accounts.
Shannon Elizabeth has been a favorite of young men everywhere since she went topless in American Pie and since a big part of the poker world is comprised of young men it's no surprise she was embraced as a poker player with open arms.
She's been at the World Series of Poker on countless occasions and so far she's cashed four times.
Elizabeth plays poker for entertainment but also uses it as a vehicle to raise awareness about her charitable organization Animal Avengers.
As far as we know Ed Norton doesn't do much in the way of poker playing in real life but he did play one of the best poker characters in history as Worm in Rounders.
Norton uses his Twitter account to raise awareness for http://www.maasaimarathon.com/.
Lou Diamond Phillips
Lou Diamond Phillips has an IMDP list longer than Phil Ivey's Hendon Mob record and he's been playing poker through it all.
From his home game with George Clooney and Brad Pitt back in the day to his deep run in the last WSOP Main Event, LDP's love of poker rivals his passion for fine food.
Sarah Silverman might not be the biggest poker player in the world but we do know she enjoys a game of cards once in a while.
She's appeared on Celebrity Poker Showdown and she came out to the last Ante Up for Africa charity event.
The Anthrax frontman has been playing poker for years and has even secured himself an endorsement deal with UltimateBet.com.
He plays poker with fellow rockers like Kirk Hammet and Jerry Cantrell. He's even said that he taught Keanu Reeves a few things about the game!
Best known for his voice work on Simpsons, Hank Azaria has been playing poker for many years. He was rumored to have run a home game for celebrities in New York and he's been on more than a few celebrity poker television shows.
So far his tournament record is blank but he plays at the WSOP and if he keeps his nose to the grindstone he's sure to break through with a cash before long.
Danny Masterson played Hyde on That 70's Show, and it was on that set that the home game he plays in developed. With his brother Chris and costars like Laura Prepon, Danny is rumored to play a regular home game somewhere around California.
Danny's been at the World Series on a few occasions but so far he's without a cash.
Brother of the aforementioned Danny Masterson, Chris's poker resume reads much like his bro's.
He plays in the same home games and we've seen him kicking around the WSOP from time to time.
Jon Favreau has been a favorite of ours ever since Swingers and things only got better when he brought us Iron Man.
Favreau has been a guest on poker television shows and even has an affiliation with Hollywood Poker.
This list would have a big hole in it if Norm Macdonald wasn't included. We're not sure how legit this twitter account is but it does look pretty pro.
Norm is a gambler and a poker player and can be found in the pits and parties of Vegas. He also plays the WSOP religiously.
This might be the best Twitter account we've ever seen. Hundreds of thousands of followers and not a single tweet!
Phelps has played at the WSOP and we especially like him because of the whole bong-photo thing.