by on May 8, 2020
Former CelebStoner of the Year Miley Cyrus has become the brashest celebrity marijuana advocate this side of Snoop Dogg. She's alway yapping about weed, has a dog named Mary Jane and even concocted a five-foot art bong. Miley Cyrus with one of her rescue dogs, appropriately named Mary Jane. It all started on her 18th birthday in 2010 when she smoked bong hits of salvia divinorum and got the giggles. ...
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Adrianne Curry went from America's Next Top Model to Top CelebStoner. Born on Aug. 6, 1982 in Joliet, Illinois, Curry had problems with hard drugs as a teenager and went to rehab. After winning the first-ever America's Next Top Model contest in 2003, she appeared on The Surreal Life, where she met Chris Knight. They began dating and soon had their own VH1 show, My Fair Brady. (Knight played Peter Brady on The Brady Bunch as a child actor.) They were married on the show in 2006 and divorced in...
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by on May 7, 2020
"Dave? Dave's not here, man!" That's Tommy Chong's signature comedy routine, but it's his lifelong use of marijuana on and off the silver screen that he's best known for. Born in Edmonton, Alberta on May 24, 1939 to a Scotch-Irish mother and a Chinese father, Chong met his comedy partner Richard Marin in Vancouver in 1969 and formed Cheech & Chong. Prior to this, Chong had a career as a guitarist with the Motown band, Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers. But he ultimately preferred comedy to mus...
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by on May 6, 2020
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. Dave Chappelle as crack-addict Tyrone Biggums on ’Chappelle’s Show’ ...
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by on May 6, 2020
Jeff Bridges is beloved by stoners for his portrayal of "The Dude" in The Big Lebowksi. In 1998, Bridges donned a robe and slippers, drank White Russians and smoked pot in the Coens Brothers' wacky flick. His character, Jeff Lebowski (based on '60s activist Jeff Dowd) has lost his passion to change the world and would rather just bowl. That is, until The Dude is mistaken for another Jeff Lebowski and the fun begins.

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by on May 4, 2020
Cypress Hill, led by B-Real, was the first hip-hop group to fully embrace marijuana legalization. Born on June 2, 1970 in South Gate, California to a Cuban mother and Mexican father, B-Real (his real name is Louis Freeze) grew up in South Central Los Angeles. As a teenager, he joined he Bloods and was shot in 1987, puncturing his lung. Leaving the gang life behind, B-Real began rapping with his friend Mellow Man Ace, the younger brother of Senen "Sen Dog" Reyes. After Reyes met New York trans...
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by on May 4, 2020
British billionaire Sir Richard Branson enjoys a distinction as the business magnate you'd most like to be. The hippest corporate chieftan of them all - he started Virgin Records, Virgin Airways, Virgin music festivals and even Virgin Galactic commercial space travel - Branson earns piles of money in the coolest ways possible. But he still has plenty left over to help make the world a better place through his countless philanthropic activities. He's thrown his incredible knack for publicity i...
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Brad Daddy X founded the Kottonmouth Kings in 1994 after he meeting fellow rappers D-Loc and Johnny Richter. They all lived in Placentia, California. Born on TK in Placentia (his last name is Xavier), Brad got his start in music as a member of the punk band Humble Gods, which also featured Pennywise's Jason Thirsk. A love for hip-hop led Brad to combine loud rock and laid-back rap in his next band. Saint Dog, Bobby B, Pakelika and Lou Dog rounded out the original group, whose first album, Roy...
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by on May 4, 2020
One of Hollywood's favorite actors, Jack Black has risen from outsider status to the mainstream, despite his constant stoner depictions and marijuana activism. Born on Aug. 28,1969 in Santa Monica, California, Black established his cannabis credentials early with Bongwater, but it wasn't until Orange County that he emerged as a fully-formed movie stoner. His Lance character mixes up pharmaceuticals, misplaces clean drug-test pee and burns down a college building while on Ecstasy. The scene wh...
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Stoner comic Doug Benson is best known for his starring roles in Super High Me, The Marijuana-Logues and The Benson Interruption. He regularly performs stand-up in clubs around the country. Born on May 7, 1964 in San Diego, Benson began telling jokes on stage in his early 20s. This led to a comedy career during which he met Arj Barker and Tony Camin, whom he teamed up with to write and perform The Marijuana-Logues - an off-Broadway pro-pot play that ran from 2004-2005 in New York. In 2006,...
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Drew Barrymore is the granddaughter of one of Hollywood’s most famous actors, John Barrymore. 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. ...
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