By Aaron Charles @aaroncharleskc on August 28, 2014
Kansas City isn't exactly known as a celebrity breeding ground, but some very notable names are from the area. Six celebrities on this list love the Kansas City Chiefs, and one overrated, cowardly actor used to, but has since turned his back on the team.
Undercover Brother himself is a proud member of the Chiefs' faithful. Griffin's career seems to have fallen off the radar a bit, but he is still doing stand-up comedy and currently works on Adult Swim shows Black Dynamite and The Boondocks.
The two-time Emmy winner is from Kansas City, Kansas and loves the local sports teams. That is, outside of the Kansas Jayhawks, which is expected as Stonestreet is a Kansas State graduate.
Riggle probably isn't the most famous Chiefs fan, but he loves them more than anybody. The comedian can be seen pumping up the crowd on the big screen at Arrowhead Stadium on game days.
If anyone could challenge Riggle as biggest Chiefs fan, it would be Rudd. Growing up in Overland Park, KS, Rudd fell in love with the team as do most people who live in the Kansas City area.
The Saturday Night Live alum turned movie star was also raised in Overland Park, KS. Sudeikis supports all Kansas City sports, and has been seen at games with fiancée Olivia Wilde.
Cheadle is an incredibly overrated actor whose British accent sounds like someone making fun of a British accent. The man who fittingly starred in the movie Traitor was a big Chiefs fan when he was younger. He has since shed the team, and laughed about how happy he was that he did. Cheadle moved on to be a Denver Broncos fan, and also eventually turned his back on them.
Let's get back to the real fans. Pitt may not be as outspoken about his Chiefs fandom as Rudd and Riggle, but the Springfield, Mo native definitely loves his Chiefs.
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