Harrison Ford has never publicly spoken about marijuana or played a movie stoner. Yet it's widely believed he's an avid pot smoker.
This much we know: At the 2002 NORML Conference, Bill Maher called for "prominent people... who smoke a lot of pot," like Ford and Ted Turner, to come out of their cannabis closets.
Asked in a 1997 if marijuana should be legalized, Ford replied, "Probably."
Painfully awkward during TV talk-show appearances, it's hard to tell if the actor is stoned or just introverted.
Born on July 13, 1942 in Chicago, Ford is best known for his iconic roles as Han Solo in the first three Star Wars movies and Indiana Jones ("Indy") in Raiders of the Lost Ark and the three sequels. After appearing in George Lucas' American Graffiti in 1973, the director selected him for his career-changing role in Star Wars.
Quick to joke, but deadly serious, Ford became one of Hollywood's leading men in the '80s and '90s, also starring in Blade Runner, Witness, The Mosquito Coast, Working Girl, Patriot Games, The Fugitive, Clear and Present Danger, Sabrina and Cowboys & Aliens. These days, Ford works less frequently; in 2013, he played baseball pioneer Branch Rickey in 42. He'll reprise his Han Solo role in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens in 2015.
On Mar. 5, 2015, Ford made a crash landing with his single-engine Ryan PT-22, which took off from Santa Monica Airport, at Penmar Golf Course in Venice, California. He was injured, but not critically.
Ford's son Malcolm went to rehab for marijuana in 2004. Malcolm and Georgia are his children from his marriage to Melissa Mathison. They divorced in 2004. He has two more sons from his first marriage. Ford married actress Calista Flockhart in 2010. They have one son, Liam.