Suu Kyi will spend her 64th birthday — her 14th spent in detention — Friday in Yangon's notorious Insein prison, facing charges of violating terms of her house arrest by harboring an American who swam uninvited to her lakeside home.
The ruling military dictatorship or junta is widely expected to deliver a guilty verdict, which could put the Nobel Peace Prize laureate in prison for up to five years. She has already spent more than 13 of the last 19 years under house arrest.
Actress Demi Moore, actor Kevin Spacey, artist Yoko Ono, and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown were among the contributors to the Web site. James Cameron, director of "Titanic" and "The Terminator," wrote, "While my heroes are fictional, Aung San Suu Kyi is a real-life hero and she needs help from you."