Matthew McConaughey's screen debut as Wooderson in "Dazed and Confused" is stoner-movie history. He was arrested for marijuana possession and loud drumming in 1999.
Paul McCartney is the Beatle most associated with marijuana. He's been busted four times and spent 10 days in a Japanese jail in 1980 for possessing a half-pound of pot.
Bill Murray got his start with Second City and "Saturday Night Live." He's appeared in more than 40 movies, including stoner classics "Caddyshack" and "Where the Buffalo Roam."
Willie Nelson's stoner credentials are impeccable. The country singer, who is 80, smoked pot on the roof of the White House, is a member of NORML's advisory board and founded the Teapot Party.
Jack. In Hollywood, that's all you need to say. Simply Jack. The man with the impish grin, trademark shades and four Academy Award is also a Top CelebStoner.
Barack Obama is the first and only president to be voted Top CelebStoner. He earned the honor for his candid admissions of pot use, involvement in the "Choom Gang" and support of medical marijuana.
For eight seasons, Mary-Louise Parker dodged bullets as Nancy Botwin on Showtime's popular pot series, "Weeds." She won a Golden Globe for her potent portrayal of a soccer mom turned marijuana dealer.
The star of "Parks and Recreation" and "Saturday Night Live" alumni Amy Poehler got her start with the Upright Citizens Brigade, who hosted the Stony Awards and the Cannabis Cup in 2000.