One of Hollywood's most beloved actresses also happens to be a stoner. Drew Barrymore is the granddaughter of one of Hollywood's most famous actors, John Barrymore.
Rock & roll chef and author Anthony Bourdain hosted the adventure food shows "No Reservations" on Travel Channel and "Parts Unknown" on CNN and a was judge ABC with "The Taste." He committed suicide in 2018.
Stoner comic Doug Benson is best known for his starring roles in the pot-doc "Super High Me" and the pot-play "The Marijuana-Logues."
One of Hollywood's favorite actors, Jack Black has risen from outsider status to the mainstream, despite his many stoner roles, marijuana activism and performing with Tenacious D.
Brad Daddy X founded the Kottonmouth Kings in 1994 after meeting fellow rappers D-Loc and Johnny Richter. Since 1998, the pro-pot group has released 21 albums.
Jeff Bridges is best known to stoners for his portrayal of '60s radical/pothead Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski in the Coen Brothers' cult fave, "The Big Lebowski." He won the Academy Award for "Crazy Heart" in 2010.
Cypress Hill, led by B-Real, was the first hip-hop group to fully embrace marijuana legalization. They appeared on the cover of High Times in 1992.
Before he became a recluse, Dave Chappelle was one of America's hottest stoner comics. He left his Comedy Central program, "Chappelle's Show," after just two critically-acclaimed seasons.