5 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were On Twitter

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It seems like everyone follows the exact same celebrities on Twitter.

Ashton Kutcher, Tom Hanks, Alyssa Milano, Bronson Pinchot from TV’s Perfect Strangers.

OK, not Bronson Pinchot.

We live in an unjust world.

But today, I’ll introduce you to a few people who are celebrities in their own right, but do not have the following they deserve.

Couldn’t you just do this in a Twitter list?

I’m lazy.

You can make a Twitter list in two seconds.

Yes but this passes for a blog post.

Let’s get started.

1. Eva Amurri

Eva Amurri is a notable actress in Hollywood.  I have noted that she’s like totally naked in Californication.

That’s what I noted.

I know this because I watch it on a projector in my basement.  One day, while Eva was super naked in it, my mom came down to ask if I wanted any cheese cubes to go with my Tang.  She walked in between the screen and my projector, and right there, on my mom, was Eva Amurri’s nudity.

And that incident?

That’s why I drink.

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Sooooo much hotter when not projected on my mom.

Follow Eva here.

2. Kurt Sutter.

Kurt Sutter created the TV show The Shield.  Then he created Sons of Anarchy.

But he may be best known for taking on Chuck Zito.

If you don’t know who Chuck Zito is, good.  It’s better that way.  Chuck’s this crazy ninja dude that can break your spleen with just his emoticons.

And Sutter took him on.

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This guy is more powerful than the Care Bear stare.

Follow Kurt Sutter here.

3. Colin Hanks.

Following Tom Hanks right now?

Cool.

But his son is even better.

Colin Hanks started tweeting in May.

Minutes later, he starts tweeting pictures of his hair gel, his T-shirts, him on his computer.  Everything.

Colin Hanks has a real, alarming Twitter addiction.

Let’s all watch as he spirals into the nerdy abyss like the rest of us.

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I told you.

Follow Colin here.

4. Sam Simon

Sam Simon is one of the creators of The Simpsons.

The show that raised me.  As my parents were too ashamed of my hilariously low intelligence and devastatingly high fatness to claim they raised me themselves.

Thank you, Sam.

Your show did a good job raising me.

I’m a blogger now!

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Sam raising even though he has a 2 and the 'How To Play Poker' card.

Follow Sam here.

5. Jon Hein

You know the term jump the shark? It means when a show turns horrible.  Like in the Care Bears when they brought in that elephant-looking bear.

Pffft.

Total shithead.

Jon Hein invented the term when he made the website jumptheshark.com.  He flipped that for millions and now works with Howard Stern.

He knows everything about TV.

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That's a lot of yellow.

Follow Jon here.

There you have it.  Five people you may not have known were just sitting around, tweeting.

Now get out there.

And let them shower you with their stream.

Shower in my stream here!


dee@tremendousnews.com