The phrase Hollywood values refers to the lack of morals and values in Hollywood culture, which is characterized by rampant drug use, extramarital sex, sexually-transmitted disease, lawlessness and death. A poll by MSNBC said that 60% of Americans agree that "Hollywood's values are not in line with the rest of America and that the quality of movies has dimished in recent years."
Hollywood values can include a flagrant disrespect and disregard for:
- marriage and abstinence
- family responsibilities, like childrearing
- laws that apply to everyone else
- John Barrymore, 60, cirrhosis of the liver from heavy drinking
- Bix Beiderbecke, 28, alcoholism
- John Belushi, 33, was a repeated drug abuser who ultimately died of a lethal injection of cocaine and heroin
- Clara Blandick, 81, suicide
- John Bonham, 32, after too much drinking, asphyxiated on vomit
- Lenny Bruce, 40, heroin overdose
- Kurt Cobain, 27, "turned to drugs and alcohol to help him cope," then committed suicide
- Karl Dane, 47, suicide by gunshot
- Brian Epstein, 32, overdosed on sleeping pills and alcohol
- Chris Farley, 33, overdose of morphine and cocaine
- Judy Garland, 47, overdosed on sleeping pills
- Margaux Hemingway, 42, suicide
- Rock Hudson, 59, AIDS
- Richard Jeni, 49, suicide
- Janis Joplin, 27, heroin overdose
- Heath Ledger, 28, found dead in his Manhattan apartment. "Prescription sleeping pills and anti-anxiety pills were found in bottles in Ledger's bedroom and bathroom, and police have speculated the death was caused by an accidental drug overdose." "Ledger died of an accidental overdose of painkillers, sleeping pills, anti-anxiety medication and other prescription drugs, the New York City medical examiner said Wednesday." 
- Stuart Lubbock, 31, found dead in the swimming pool of popular TV entertainer Michael Barrymore, having suffered severe anal trauma, after a drug-fuelled party at the star's home
- Marilyn Monroe, 36, overdosed on sleeping pills
- Jim Morrison, 27, died of an apparent heroin overdose
- River Phoenix, 23, a huge star until he died from an overdose cocaine and heroin
- Dana Plato, 34, Diff'rent Strokes star, suicide by drugs overdose after posing for lesbian pornography.
- Elvis Presley, 42, large drug intake causes a cardiac arrhythmia
- Virginia Rappe, 30, died of a ruptured bladder incurred at a party hosted by Roscoe Arbuckle
- Brad Renfro, 25, became addicted to heroin and was found dead after a night of drinking
- Anna Nicole Smith, 39, accidental overdose on prescription drugs
- Sharon Tate, 26, an actress with a hippie lifestyle who was murdered by followers of Charles Manson, a Beatles-obsessed musician wannabee
- Lou Tellegen, 52, suicide
- Kenneth Williams, 62, overdose.
- Natalie Wood, 43. Drowned while intoxicated.
- Sid Vicious, 21. Punk rocker who died from a heroin overdose while awaiting trial for his girlfriend's murder.
Hollywood values often include stealing and committing other crimes. Here are some examples:
- Winona Ryder was convicted of convicted of vandalism and grand theft for stealing designer merchandise worth $5,560.40.
- O.J. Simpson is widely believed to have murdered his wife and her friend, and was found liable in a civil (but not criminal) trial. He has since been arrested again on an unrelated charge.
- Paris Hilton was convicted of driving while intoxicated, and then violated the terms of her probation, leading to a 45-day prison sentence.
- Hugh Grant was arrested in 1995 when found in a car with a prostitute.
- Kiefer Sutherland was given a 48-day sentence for DUI in 2007, an offence committed while still on probation following a 2004 conviction for DUI.
- George Michael was convicted of "Committing a lewd act in public", having been arrested in a public restroom by a plain clothes police officer.
- Elizabeth Taylor has been married eight (8) times.
- Valerie Bertinelli said her divorce from Eddie Van Halen was caused by infidelity and drug use - by her too. She said she was "destroying my body," trying to keep up with a rock-star lifestyle. 
- Mel Gibson, a Christian actor and director, was arrested after being stopped for driving at 84 mph in a 45 mph zone on a notoriously dangerous road in Malibu, California. A breathalyzer test confirmed he was drunk and next to him was an open bottle of Tequila; after being arrested he hurled Anti-Semitic abuse at a Jewish police officer.
Hollywood values often result in celebrities going into rehab. Here are some examples:
- Kirsten Dunst checked into the Cirque Lodge treatment facility in Utah after a week of hard partying at the Sundance Film Festival, according to a source at the lodge, although the lodge's director of operations denies this. 
The following all checked into the above facility seeking treatment for various psychological problems:
Hollywood personalities often propose legislation such as outlawing private gun ownership, or speak out against things such as anti-gun laws, but have at the same time acted in movies contrary to their public opinions:
- George Clooney on hearing that fellow actor and guns-rights advocate, Charlton Heston, suffers from Alzheimer's disease, said: "I don't care. Charlton Heston is the head of the National Rifle Association. He deserves whatever anyone says about him." Clooney stared in the film The Peacemaker, in which he played an American military man defending the country from a nuclear attack; scenes in the film showed him using a gun to defend himself and others.
- Mark Wahlberg upon meeting Charlton Heston on the set of the remake of Planet of the Apes, Wahlberg rudely told Heston, "It was very disturbing meeting you." Later, Wahlberg would have this to say at the MTV Movie Awards: "I believe Charlton Heston is America's best villain because he loves guns so much. Maybe he should get the award for being president of the National Rifle Association." Wahlberg's character in Planet of the Apes uses a gun to defend himself and other humans from the apes who would rule over them.
- Hollywood Against America
- Hollywood Babylon (1965) by Kenneth Anger (US edition)
- Hollywood Babylon II (1984) by Kenneth Anger
- Britney Spears "doesn't want [her] kids back." 
- Paris Hilton sentenced to 45 days in jail, msnbc, May 4, 2007
- Sutherland is released from jail BBC
- Police confirm George Michael arrest 
- Valerie Bertinelli About Divorce From Eddie Van Halen: 'I Wasn't An Angel Either', Fox News Channel, Associated Press, February 26, 2008
- Mel Gibson apologizes after DUI arrest Associated Press
- Mel Gibson rants against Jews in drink-drive arrest, Times Online, July 30, 2006
- Reports Say Kirsten Dunst in Rehab; Rep for Facility Denies It, Fox News, February 08, 2008