One of Hollywood's most beloved actresses also happens to be a stoner. The best evidence of this is the photo below of Drew Barrymore smoking a joint with BFF Cameron Diaz taken on a beach in Hawaii in 2007.
Barrymore's pre-teen drug use is documented in her autobiography, Little Girl Lost. She began smoking cigarettes at age nine, drinking alcohol at 11, puffing pot at 12 and snorting coke at 13. This led to two stints in rehab.
Born on Feb. 22, 1975 in Culver City, California, Barrymore is the granddaughter of one of Hollywood's most famous actors, John Barrymore. Her first movie appearances were in Altered States and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. She began establishing herself as a formidable young actress in Poison Ivy, Gun Crazy and The Amy Fisher Story in the early '90s.
Since 1998, Barrymore has starred in numerous romantic comedies, including The Wedding Singer, Never Been Kissed, Riding in Cars with Boys, Duplex, 50 First Dates, Fever Pitch, Music and Lyrics, He's Just Not That Into You and Big Miracle. In 2010, Barrymore and Justin Long (her former boyfriend) shared bong hits in Going the Distance. Her latest film is Blended with Adam Sandler.
She co-produced and co-starred in Charlie's Angels and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle with Diaz and Lucy Lui. (Her production company is Flower Films.) Barrymore got behind the camera to direct Whip It in 2009, the same year she won Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Performance by an Actress in the TV movie Grey Gardens.
The Drew Barrymore Show debuted on CBS in 2020.
Barrymore has been married three times. She and Will Kopelman tied the knot in 2012. They have two daughters, Olive and Frankie. They divorced in 2016. Barrymore went to a Utah rehab facility after the break-upo to deal with her alcoholism.