Kim du Toit airs his (and Trey Parker's) grievances about actors, actresses, and their big big mouths. Now I don't necessarily have a problem with big big mouths. I have one after all. But I would like make a few observations:
Actors are generally lefties. There are a lot of reasons for this, some will say it has to do with actors general level of education, etc. Frankly, I think it is because the entertainment industry is highly unionized. Not just the actors, but everyone on set and involved with the process from the grips to the projectionists are staunchly pro-union. So much so that a union projectionist will not show a picture made by a non-union studio. If you wondered why there isn't a right-wing alternative to Hollywood, it is because the unions also control mainstream distribution channels.
Another interesting fact is that actors don't tend to be normal people. And I don't mean in the filthy rich sense. I mean in the psychological sense. I watch a lot of Inside the Actors Studio on Bravo, mostly because it features long interviews with stars talking about something they should know a lot about: acting. They talk about process and a lot of other things. One of the things James Lipton brings up quite frequently is the actor's family life. He regularly notes that most actors are children of divorce. A lot of them admit to using performance as a way to work through their own internal demons and receive the positive feedback they didn't get as children.
When you see an star, remember that you're looking at a union member from a dysfunctional family who probably doesn't have a college degree. Have pity on the poor rich bastard.