"A lot of Scottish relations. A lot of Scottish blood. Not that you care, but please stay, Scotland," Hugh Grant pleaded on Twitter.
"What unites us is much greater than what divides us," wrote U.K. soccer star David Beckham in an open letter. "Let's stay together."
"Big day in Scotland" tweeted J.K. Rowling. "My head says no and my heart shouts it - but whatever happens, I hope we're all friends by Saturday.
"I'm very proud of my Scottish heritage," said "Arrow" star John Barrowman to The Daily Mail earlier this summer. "My firm belief is Scotland should remain part of Great Britain."
"Thursday will be the biggest day in Scotland's history," singer Susan Boyle told The Mirror this week. "For what it's worth, I will be voting 'No.' I strongly believe Scotland should stay in the U.K."
“I enthusiastically became an American citizen because I wanted to vote in elections here," said Broadway star Alan Cumming. "But even that pales in comparison to my passion for Scotland’s voting to control its own future.”
Bond, James Bond himself, Scottish actor Sean Connery, told The Independent that Scottish independence was “too good to miss.”
Scottish-born Groundskeeper Willie of “The Simpsons” came out in favor of Scotland's bid for independence this month in a new YouTube video. “I've lived in America most of my life, so I've seen first-hand how not to run a country,” explained the animated character.
"Huge day for Scotland today!" tweeted tennis player Andy Murray. "No campaign negativity last few days totally swayed my view on it. excited to see the outcome. Lets do this!"