With stakes in Foursquare, Flipboard, and other buzzy startups, Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher is the celeb who’s most active in early-stage tech investing. Now other stars are investing, too.

With stakes in Foursquare, Flipboard, and other buzzy startups, Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher is the celeb who’s most active in early-stage tech investing. Now other stars are investing, too.

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Celebrity Investing
Celebrity Investing

With stakes in Foursquare, Flipboard, and other buzzy startups, Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher is the celeb who’s most active in early-stage tech investing. Now other stars are investing, too.

Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio

Mobli
The star joined a funding round for this media-sharing app in October.

Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake
Myspace, Stipple, Particle
The former NSYNCer took an ownership stake in Myspace this summer.
Derek Jeter
Derek Jeter
WePlay
LeBron James and Peyton Manning have also funded this site for athletes, their families, and coaches.

50 Cent
50 Cent
Gunnar Optiks
Gunnar makes special glasses for video game addicts.
Bono
Bono
Facebook, Yelp
As a co-founder at Elevation Partners, Bono has stakes in some big Web names.
Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga
Backplane
Gaga backs this startup, which aims to connect artists with their fans.
Peter Gabriel
Peter Gabriel
we7, The Filter
The singer is a co-founder of online radio provider we7 and one of the creators of The Filter, a recommendation engine for content.
Will Ferrell
Will Ferrell
Funnyordie.com
The actor is one of the founders of the comedy site.
 Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian
ShoeDazzle.com
The reality TV personality is a co-founder of the online shoe-shopping site.
MC Hammer
MC Hammer
WireDoo
The musician is an investor in the search startup, which is currently in beta.
Steve Nash
Steve Nash
Consigliere
The NBA star is a co-founder of investment fund Consigliere, which funds
e-commerce and consumer goods startups.