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South Dakota Smoking Ban Is One Year Old

Thursday, November 10th marks one year since South Dakota’s smoke-free law went into effect. The law bans smoking cheap Dunhill cigarettes in bars and restaurants. While smokers and business have adapted with outdoor smoking areas, those who supported the ban are touting its’ success. Darcy Ellefson a respiratory therapist says the health benefits are already being realized.

“There is just an overall sense of relief in South Dakota that workers don’t have to be exposed to secondhand smoke and consumers don’t have to worry about which bar or restaurant can I go to and have safe air to breathe”. Said Ellefson.

Erik Gaikowski with the American Cancer Society agrees

“With the smoke free law more people are choosing to use that as a reason to quit and that was our hope to begin with. Said Gaikowski

Amy Harms is a 15-year volunteer she says she has talked with smokers who voted against the law, but now are happy it passed.

“I think people were really scared about what it would mean for businesses but I believe that businesses are seeing that there are more families out going to restaurants and bowling alleys. Now when people have to go outside, especially in the state of South Dakota, people don’t care for the habit as much.” Said Harms.

Chico to Prohibit Smoking in Bidwell Park

Smoking in downtown Chico, near businesses in the city limits and in Bidwell Park could soon be illegal. “There’s the rights of people to smoke cheap Camel cigarettes in public versus the rights of people to breathe clean air,” Internal Affairs Committee chairman Jim Walker said.

Walker said the city has to protect both, even if smokers represent the minority.

The committee voted unanimously today to refer the issue of a year-round ban in city parks to the Bidwell Park and Playground Commission.

The committee also voted to re-address a regulation against smoking within 20 feet of building entryways after it hears a report from the Downtown Chico Business Association and the Chico Chamber of Commerce. That limitation would effectively ban smoking downtown because the entryways are within 40 feet of each other, said Heather Keag of the DCBA.

Butte County has an adult smoking rate of about 19 percent.

The Chico City Council referred the issue to the Internal Affairs Committee Sept. 20 after receiving a letter requesting the smoking ban from the American Lung Association.

Smoking is already prohibited within 20 feet of public buildings, in City Plaza, in Caper Acres, and in upper Bidwell Park from May to November because of the fire hazard.

A number of high school students asked the committee members Tuesday to support the ban to limit second-hand smoke and to cut down on cigarette butts littering Bidwell Park.

“It’s more than just gross — it’s

disgusting, it’s repulsive,” said Chico High School freshman Jacob Sturgis. “It’s really hard for me to enjoy Bidwell Park with (cigarette) butt litter on the ground.”

Committee member Bob Evans said he’s unsure if a littering ordinance would be necessary or enforceable since state law already prohibits littering.

“You don’t want to make ordinances just for the sake of making them,” Evans said.

Keag said a number of downtown businesses endorsed the smoking ban but the business association has yet to take a stance.

Shelly Brantley of the American Lung Association signed the letter to Mayor Ann Schwab. She told the committee she understands smokers have rights, but asked that they not be allowed to do so near building entryways and in parks.

Evans said he is concerned about downtown employees who are smokers.

“I don’t know if they can go out, jump in their own cars and drive out of downtown, or quit their jobs or be cited,” Evans said.

Though he said the best option would be for them to stop smoking, Evans thinks it puts the employees in a precarious situation.

The committee might address the ban at its next meeting, on Dec. 13.

Walker said as a medical professional, he understands the health concerns of smoking but he also sees the smoke as an annoyance.

“Part of me sees our society becoming less and less tolerant of others’ annoying habits,” he said.

Female celebrity smokers - by brands

All those cigarette brands smoked by more than one celebrity.
If a woman has smoked more than one brand, she may appear twice below.

Marlboro (116)
Christina Aguilera
Kacey Ainsworth
Lily Allen
Christina Applegate
Natalie Appleton
Lucille Ball
Zoe Ball
Drew Barrymore
Justine Bateman
Arzu Bazman
Victoria Beckham
Annette Bening
Sarah Biasini
Jeanette Biedermann
Lara Flynn Boyle
Charlie Brooks
Carla Bruni
Jenna Bush
Emmanuelle Béart
Neve Campbell
Marlette Carter
Joan Chen
Julie Chen
Charlotte Church
Nikki Cox
Sheryl Crow
Penélope Cruz
Kaley Cuoco
Adrianne Curry
Sophie Dahl
Cameron Diaz
Kim Director
Shannen Doherty
Amanda Donohoe
Minnie Driver
Shelley Duvall
Julie Entwisle
Jennifer Esposito
Nadja Abd el Farrag
Tara Fitzgerald
Laura Fraser
Anna Friel
Cornelia Froboess
Mariella Frostrup
Daisy Fuentes
Janeane Garofalo
Rebecca Gayheart
Sharon Gless
Whoopi Goldberg
Judy Greer
Jerry Hall
Deborah Harry
Eva Herzigova
Kate Hudson
Kirsty Hume
Elizabeth Hurley
Anjelica Huston
Lauren Hutton
Samantha Janus
Milla Jovovich
Verena Kerth
Anna Kournikova
Virginie Ledoyen
Rula Lenska
Yasmin Le Bon
Amy Locane
Lindsay Lohan
Traci Lords
Sophia Loren
Elle Macpherson
Marlee Matlin
Stella McCartney
Kristy McNichol
Princess Mette-Marit
Taylor Mills
Liza Minnelli
Erin Moran
Kate Moss
Connie Nielsen
Mary-Kate Olsen
Julia Ormond
Carré Otis
Gwyneth Paltrow
Christiane Paul
Franka Potente
Tara Reid
Teryl Rothery
Jennifer Rubin
Winona Ryder
Romy Schneider
Esther Schweins
Annabella Sciorra
Brooke Shields
Elisabeth Shue
Britney Spears
Rachel Stevens
Jessica Stockmann
Charlize Theron
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen
Uma Thurman
Marisa Tomei
Tamlyn Tomita
Christy Turlington
Liv Tyler
Franziska van Almsick
Frederique van der Wal
Donatella Versace
Stephanie von Hohenzollern
Emma Watson
Rachel Weisz
JoBeth Williams
Amy Winehouse
Kate Winslet
Catherine Zeta-Jones

Silk Cut (36)
Donna Air
Frances Barber
Victoria Beckham
Kate Beckinsale
Brenda Blethyn
Helena Bonham Carter
Kate Bush
Letitia Dean
Samantha Fox
Mariella Frostrup
Kate Garraway
Julie Goodyear
Angela Griffin
Geri Halliwell
Melanie Hill
Elizabeth Hurley
Anne Kirkbride
Sarah Lancashire
Lynda La Plante
Sheryl Lee
Shaznay Lewis
Zoe Lucker
Joanna Lumley
Kym Marsh
Emily Mortimer
Daniela Nardini
Tina O'Brien
Jo O'Meara
Anita Pallenberg
Camilla Parker-Bowles
Billie Piper
Joely Richardson
Lisa Stansfield
Hannah Waterman
Emily Watson
Katherine Wogan

Camel (34)
Victoria Abril
Alexandra Aitken
Drew Barrymore
Pina Bausch
Kim Cattrall
Beverly D'Angelo
Cameron Diaz
Alison Eastwood
Edie Falco
Beth Goddard
Linda Hamilton
Alyson Hannigan
Marcia Gay Harden
Anne Heche
Nicky Hilton
Kate Hudson
Sylvia Kristel
Catherine McCormack
Taylor Momsen
Sophie Monk
Gwyneth Paltrow
Mary-Louise Parker
Parker Posey
Franka Potente
Barbara Rudnik
Theresa Russell
Winona Ryder
Britney Spears
Rachel Stevens
Kristen Stewart
Julia Stiles
Deborah Kara Unger
Amy Winehouse
Evan Rachel Wood

Gauloises Blondes Legeres (26)
Katrin Bauerfeind
Muriel Baumeister
Hannelore Elsner
Eva Habermann
Karoline Herfurth
Mavie Hörbiger
Katy Karrenbauer
Sarah Kuttner
Alexandra Maria Lara
Kader Loth
Annett Louisan
Heike Makatsch
Birgit Minichmayr
Anna Maria Mühe
Ina Müller
Vanessa Petruo
Josefine Preuss
Annett Renneberg
Jessica Schwarz
Jasmin Tabatabai
Anna Thalbach
Katharina Thalbach
Simone Thomalla
Lucy Van Org
Katharina Wackernagel
Adriana Zartl

American Spirit (26)
Kate Beckinsale
Irene Bedard
Thora Birch
Emma Bunton
Kirsten Dunst
Carrie Fisher
Janeane Garofalo
Salma Hayek
Kate Hudson
Elizabeth Hurley
Milla Jovovich
Diane Lane
Ute Lemper
Melissa Leo
Vicki Lewis
Alyssa Milano
Joni Mitchell
Michelle Phillips
Parker Posey
Laura Prepon
Leah Remini
Joely Richardson
Ally Sheedy
Liv Tyler
Rumer Willis

Parliament (20)
Lily Allen
Carolyn Bessette
Gisele Bundchen
Jenna Bush
Kristin Cavallari
Emmanuelle Chriqui
Penélope Cruz
Salma Hayek
Angelina Jolie
January Jones
Milla Jovovich
Ali Lohan
Lindsay Lohan
Ashley Olsen
Nikki Reed
Christina Ricci
Chloë Sevigny
Kristen Stewart
Kate Walsh
Daphne Zuniga

Benson & Hedges (10)
Christina Aguilera
Caroline Aherne
Amelle Berrabah
Emma Bunton
Carrie Fisher
Emilia Fox
Melanie Griffith
Danielle Panabaker
Kay Panabaker
Jessica Paré

Merit (9)
Jennifer Aniston
Monica Bellucci
Helena Bonham Carter
Candace Bushnell
Lisa Coleman
Shannen Doherty
Cheryl Ladd
Sarah Jessica Parker
Chloë Sevigny

Virginia Slims (8)
Kago Ai
Lynda Carter
Margaret Cho
Kelly Hu
Amy Lee
Tara Lipinski
Spencer Locke
Amy Winehouse

Salem (8)
Lynda Carter
Judy Garland
Jennie Garth
Jackie Kennedy
Margot Kidder
Elizabeth Taylor
Natalie Wood

Lucky Strike (7)
Sylvie Guillem
Jean Harlow
Karoline Herfurth
Sarah Kuttner
Ingrid Pitt
Franka Potente
Liv Tyler

Vogue Superslims (7)
Jeanette Biedermann
Carla Bruni
Natalie Cassidy
Catherine Deneuve
Sophie Marceau
Jessica Stockmann
Amy Winehouse

American Spirits (7)
Joy Bryant
Penélope Cruz
Meagan Good
Eva Green
Katherine Heigl
Courtney Love
Britney Spears

Marlboro Ultra (6)
Jessica Alba
Alessandra Ambrosio
Paris Hilton
Elizabeth Hurley
Ruby Larocca
Tila Tequila

Philip Morris (6)
Jeanne Cooper
Maryam D'Abo
Catherine Deneuve
Ashley Olsen
Vanessa Paradis
Eva Renzi

Marlboro Menthol (6)
Charlotte Church
Jaime Pressly
Britney Spears
Jutta Speidel
Tori Spelling
Rachel Stevens

Newports (5)
Taraji P. Henson
Jane Pauley
Britney Spears
Lisa Zane

Cohiba (5)
Mariella Ahrens
Gina Gershon
Susan Lucci
Demi Moore
Maja von Hohenzollern

Dunhill (5)
Maggie Cheung
Marcia Clark
Katherine Heigl
Glenda Jackson
Giulia Siegel

Marlboro Medium (5)
Drew Barrymore
Stefanie Hertel
Princess Maxima
Liz Phair
Jasmin Tabatabai

Capri (5)
Sandra Bernhard
Margaret Cho
Catherine Deneuve
Scarlett Johansson
Jenny McCarthy

HB (4)
Beatrice Kessler
Marisa Mell
Erika Pluhar
Ina Werner

Gitanes (4)
Brigitte Bardot
Christie Brinkley
Courtney Love
Annie Ross

Winston (4)
Laura Bush
Princess Caroline
Nora Roberts
Marlo Thomas

Mores (4)
Renee O'Connor
Juliane Werding
Natalie Wood

Chesterfield (3)
Lucille Ball
Princess Margaret
Alexandra Powers

Lord Extra (3)
Iris Berben
Cornelia Froboess
Barbara Valentin

Gauloises Blondes (3)
Heike Makatsch
Klara Reinacher
Lucy Van Org

Kools (3)
Beth Howland
Stevie Nicks
Jane Paule

Pall Mall (3)
Candy Clark
Uschi Glas
Marsha Hunt

Tareyton (3)
Carol Kane
Susan Lucci
Sharon Tate

Embassy (3)
Isobel Barnett
Emma Blocksage
Rachel Stevens

Eve 120 (3)
Doris Kunstmann
Nina Proll
Jessica Schwarz

Kent (3)
Ingrid Bergman
Catherine Deneuve
Audrey Hepburn

Rothman's (3)
Fairuza Balk
Stephanie Beacham
Joanna Lumley

Kim (3)
Hanne Haller
Daniela Silverio
Regina Ziegler

Viceroy (2)
Lauren Bacall
Sophia Loren

Newport (2)
Jackie Kennedy

Lucky Strikes (2)
Madeleine Peyroux
Franka Potente

Roth-Haendle (2)
Romy Schneider
Judy Winter

Davidoff (2)
Brigitte Bardot
Katarina Witt

Consulate Menthol (2)
Charlotte Church
Whitney Houston

Sobranie (2)
Elaine Paige
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

Dunhill International (2)
Nyree Dawn Porter
Amanda Redman

Peter Stuyvesant (2)
Milla Jovovich
Kym Valentine

Berkeley Menthol (2)
Amanda Barrie
Charlotte Church

Craven A (2)
Tallulah Bankhead
Julie Christie

Next pictures of celebrities smoking women

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway smoking cigarette

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis smoke

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston - celebrities smoker women

Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard smoker of cigarettes

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie smoking

Kat Dennings

Kat Dennings smoking

Zooey Deschanel

Zooey Deschanel smokimg cigarettes

Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks smoke cigs

Carey Mulligan

Carey Mulligan with cigarette

Lizzy Caplan

Lizzy Caplan smoking

Lindsay Lohan

Smoking Lindsay Lohan

Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson with cigarette

Do smoking women look sexier?

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s smoking in Bhansali’s Guzaarish is picking up heat. But with young women fast taking to smoking in reality, wonder if it’s being accepted as ’sexy’…

Winona Ryder, Mira Sorvino, Julia Roberts and Uma Thurman smoke much more on the big screen than people do in real life, a study had claimed some time back, calling them dangerous role models for young women.

As trailers of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Guzaarish with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan smoking go on air, there’s a global concern if smoking on-screen is sexy.

Aishwarya Rai smoking

Aishwarya Rai smoking

Aishwarya-Rai-Bachchan Vogue

Aishwarya-Rai-Bachchan Vogue

Not that it’s the first time an actress is shown smoking on screen, for similar furore was witnessed when Kareena Kapoor lit a ciggy in Chameli, Rani Mukerji in Bichoo , Manisha Koirala in Company or when Priyanka Chopra and Kangna Ranaut made smoking look like some style statement in Fashion.

Winona Ryder smoking

Winona Ryder smoking

But isn’t ‘women-smoking’ a part of the real world too?



Smoking on screen

Smoking on screen

In a country, where cigars, hookahs and cigarettes were once regarded as symbols that spoke of man’s machismo, though the acceptance to the fact may have been slow, the fact is – women have caught up with the trend, and fast.

“So, what’s wrong? I mean if smoking is bad, it’s bad for both – men and women alike. Then why is there always an eyebrow raised and a special mention made when it’s about girls smoking, on screen or off screen?” reasons Jyoti Khurana, a chain-smoker who works with a BPO. So even though Jyoti admits the habit is bad, she shares, “the addiction for anyone starts almost the same way. The fact that girls are as independent and high earning, and facing the same stress as men, the reasons for taking to smoking too, are similar.”

As for women smoking on-screen, “Perhaps those ’so-called’ keepers of traditions, who say smoking on screen influences young women, have turned a blind eye to what the society has become with girls now far from being those simple, domesticated, dependant women.

When there are so many lifestyle changes that we’re ready to accept for the good, these are just some others that come with the change too. And that’s what these actresses are doing on screen – portraying the real woman of today. Then why this fuss?” reasons Anu Dayal, a smoker once, who quit smoking a couple of years back.

Celebrity Secret Female Smokers

For someone who’s famous for her fit physique, we’re surprised that Goldie’s daughter is willing to put tar in her body.

She’s not a doctor in real life, but she (badly) plays one on TV. Either way, cancer sticks will get you every time.

We refuse to believe that sweet little Margene from Big Love would smoke in real life. Who’s next? Willow Smith?

Paula Deen smoking

Paula admitted to Larry King that when she’s not chowing on her artery-clogging creations. How is this woman still alive?

Milla Jovovich smoking

Milla’s pretty concerned with preventing wrinkles, according to her L’Oreal commercials. Has anyone filled her in on the effects smoking has on the skin? Someone should show her a photo of W.H. Auden late in life.

Angelina Jolie - women celebrity smoker

Angelina Jolie smoking
Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Probably, unconfirmed
Quit = Probably has
Profession = actress

Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
Her pictures at SmokingCelebs.com
Buy posters of her at Allposters.com
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Nude pics and clips at MrSkin.com

Cigar/Cigarette Brand
• Parliament

Miscellaneous information
• "Angelina Jolie has been making sure there's plenty of distance between her adopted son, Maddox, and co-star Colin Farrell on the Alexander set. The Tomb Raider stunner is said to be more than happy to take her two-year-old boy for a stroll between takes on the historical epic, but she won't let him go anywhere near Farrell's trailer. 'The problem is he smokes so much', says an on-set source. 'Colin likes his smokes almost as much as he likes his women and booze. Angelina is protective of Maddox and won't have him anywhere near a smoky room. And they don't come any smokier than Colin's trailer'", Daily Record (UK), Jan. 20, '04
• "Brad Pitt has given up smoking - allegedly under the threat of a sex ban by Angelina Jolie. Sources claim the stunning actress has given the Hollywood heartthrob an ultimatum - cigarettes or sex - because she hates the smell. An insider is quoted by Britain's News of the World newspaper as saying: 'It worked. Brad hasn't smoked for almost two weeks.' The 'Mr and Mrs Smith' co-stars have still refused to confirm they are dating", website, Aug. 1, '05
• "According to late reports, Hollywood star Brad Pitt is trying to give up smoking for the sake of Angelina Jolie and her children.", website, Oct. 11, '05
• "she's got [Brad Pitt] on a near meatless diet and convinced him to give up smoking", London Free Press, Oct. 23, '05

Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
• "She smiles, knocks a cigarette out of a nearly empty pack, and lights it with a paper match", Premiere Magazine, Oct. '99
• "She is what one might call a sympathetic smoker. You light up, she lights up. Until she starts talking about her past, which wasn't as glamorous as one would think. Then she chain smokes-all by herself.", "Jolie excuses herself to go to the hotel lobby and buy another pack of smokes. When she returns and lights up again, she mutters aloud, 'Why am I smoking so much?'", Harper's Bazaar, Nov. '99
• "She clamps a Parliament Light between her teeth, lighting it with a hot- pink Bic...dumping her cigarette ash onto a bread plate...She lights another cigarette...dreamily watching a plume of smoke ascend to the ceiling", San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 12, '99
• "Angelina lights a cigarette and looks around the room.", Sky, Dec. '99
• "she sits perched on the bed of her Los Angeles hotel room wearing a crumpled grey suit and smoking a cigarette...lighting another cigarette...She stubs her cigarette out gently", Empire Magazine, Feb. '00
• same, Empire Magazine, Feb. '00
• same, Empire Magazine, Feb. '00
• "Jolie pauses to light a cigarette", Jezebel, Feb. '00
• "She smokes a lot", Marie Claire (Australia), Feb. '00
• "she sips coffee and draws deeply on her cigarette", Elle Magazine (Australia), Mar. '00
• "Next, she headed to the bar for a glass of champagne and a cigarette before anxious awards officials grabbed her and insisted she come to the stage to present", Cosmopolitan, May 1, '00
• "She's giving up sweets and cigarettes", Philadelphia Inquirer, Jun. 8, '00
• "cigarette dangling from her plump, pouty lips", USA Weekend, Jun. 11, '00
• "To prepare for the action movie 'Lara Croft', Jolie says, 'They took away my cigarettes, alcohol, caffeine and sugar'", World Entertainment News Network, Aug. 14, '00
• "A cigarette and a diet Coke, that's all I need", "lights a Parliament", AP, Sep. 28, '00
• quit - "Angelina Jolie has spent the last few months on a special diet for her movie Tomb Raider. Jolie's been forced to swap cigarettes and coffee for steamed meat, vegetables and soya milk. 'It's an interesting test because I used to smoke and drink and I used to not eat breakfast but have a cigarette and coffee'", World Entertainment News Network, Nov. 13, '00
• "Smoking cigarettes in the shade, she is barefoot, dressed in a traditional monk's orange shawl", Profile in Time (international edition), Dec. 18, '00
• "she smokes", Premiere Magazine, Dec. '00, p. 70
• quit - "Before jumping into 'Tomb Raider,' Jolie was anything but physically fit. A heavy smoker, she swore off cigarettes and alcohol and began a three-month training regimen", North Jersey Record, Jun. 10, '01
• "I smoked a lot", World Entertainment News Network, Jan. 25, '01
• "Jolie, who by her own admission used to lead a very unhealthy lifestyle, living on cigarettes, alcohol and junk food, had to shape up for her role in the movie Tomb Raider. `I smoked a lot, drank far too much. I had to undergo a complete re-adjustment, living on water and vitamins'", World Entertainment News Network, Mar. 13, '01
• "Although it really wasn't necessary, a body-double was engaged for the nude scenes in the computer-game filming of Tomb Raider. Angelina Jolie...admitted to having smoked and drunk too much so she wasn't in form for these scenes", Star News (Germany), Apr. '01
• quit - "Actually, I don't smoke. I drink occasionally, but hardly at all. But yeah, Billy stopped smoking; we both don't smoke anymore. Makes me happy because we are both going to be healthy. We both eat pretty healthy because we both want to be strong -- we want to take life on. I think we both think we can let life eat at us and we could hide and get really dark and self-destructive, certainly I can, or I can step up and embrace it all and take life in and I've chosen to do that and this character [Lara Croft] has helped me", Entertainment Tonighting (Online), Apr. 23, '01
• quit - "Hollywood babe Angelina Jolie has made her husband Billy Bob Thornton quit smoking - so he will live longer. 'Billy stopped buying cigarettes, so neither of us smoke any more'", World Entertainment News Network, Apr. 25, '01
• quit - "neither of us [she and her husband] smoke any more...I used to smoke and drink and eat lots of sugar...and I'd skip breakfast; I used to have a cigarette and coffee", Daily Express (UK), Apr. 25, '01
• quit - "Angelina Jolie says she and husband Billy Bob Thornton are cleaning up their acts. No more smoking or drinking, and a sugar-free diet. They want to be really healthy before they embark on having children", Orlando Sentinel, Apr. 30, '01
• quit - "Billy Bob Thornton, discussing his wife, Angelina Jolie, said, 'We both love people, we both want to be liked, but we put on a tough exterior for years, smoking, drinking, having tattoos. We saved each other's lives, spiritually and physically. We quit smoking, we quit drinking, but we still get tattoos'", Los Angeles Times, May 14, '01
• "There's only one way for me to do things, and that's in extremes. I was in a period piece, [Original Sin (2001)] smoking cigarettes, drinking wine, and suddenly I felt like I was in the army, getting up at 7 a.m. and drinking protein shakes all day", Allentown Morning Call, Jun. 14, '01
• "she even stopped smoking during training for the role [of Lara Croft in Tomb Raider]", People Magazine, Jun. 15, '01, p. 32
• quit - "I learned how to kick box. I canoed up and down the Thames River in London. I quit smoking. That was, maybe, the hardest. The only thing in the contract, I think, was that Lara Croft can't smoke", Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, Jun. 15, '01
• "Viewers of 'Tomb Raider' be warned - the butt they see belonging to Lara is not Angelina Jolie's. It is the rear of a former topless model who was called in after Jolie refused to show her bum for the camera. 'I smoked a lot and drank too much and was out of shape', Jolie said", World Entertainment News Network, Jul. 4, '01
• quit - "had to give up cigarettes and alcohol to transform herself into the cyberbabe Lara Croft. She admitted sneaking some cigarettes under her pillow during the first week of filming Tomb Raider - but said on the whole she stuck to the discipline", Sky News (UK), Jul. 4, '01
• quit - "forced to give up cigarettes, alcohol and coffee", MegaStar, Jul. 6, '01
• quit - "I haven't started smoking again", Flare, Sep. '01
• quit - "The actual Angie takes giddy pride in being a 'really good wife' and stepmother to Thornton's two boys from another marriage, calls her mother every day, doesn't smoke, stays home most nights and watches TV, and is a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees (UNHCR)", Vogue, Apr. '02
• quit - "she gave up smoking and hasn't touched cigs since", Newcastle Evening Gazette (UK), Mar. 8, '03
• "She has changed from the girl Billy Bobmarried. 'I smoked a lot, drank far too much, suffered from insomnia and, like every other normal person I know, was imbalanced,' says Jolie", Sunday Times (UK), Aug. 10, '03
• "To get into shape, Jolie trained for three months while on a special diet which ruled out sugar, drink and cigarettes", Daily Record (UK), Aug. 15, '03
• "an ever-present cigarette dangling from her bee-stung lips", Daily Express (Saturday magazine) (UK), Mar. 20, '04
• quit - "She smokes Parliament Lights cigarettes - Well, that was before she made Tomb Raider...she quit smoking now!", website, '04
• "Angelina Jolie gave up smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol before she began a three-month training regimen prior to filming Tomb Raider", website, Apr. '05
• quit - "According to an inside source, quoted by Britain's News of the World newspaper, Brad Pitt 'hasn't smoked for almost two weekes'. Apparently, Hollywood heartthrob has given up smoking for Angelina Jolie, the lady of his heart. The source implied that the famous 30-year-old actress has given Brad an ultimatum - cigarettes or sex - as she hates the cigarettes smell. Be it for the ultimatum, or his recovery period after the treatment for meningitis, Brad has quit smoking and still refuses to confirm he is dating Angelina.", Softpedia, Aug. 2, '05
• "Life's a drag for Angelina Jolie...Time to make that heavy smoking habit extinct", Daily Mirror (UK), Aug. 25, '05
• no - "non-smoker and vegetarian", Gala magazine (Germany), Oct. 26, '05
• "I used to not eat breakfast, but have a cigarette and a coffee", Scottish Daily Record (UK), Mar. 31, '07
• "Smoking a cigarette the 32-year-old actress looks wide-eyed and rundown, and is seen with a woman smoking heroin", The Sun (UK), c. May '08
• "smokes up to three packs of cigarettes a day", Canoë website (Canada), when?
• "Getting some solid muscle mass wasn't easy. 'It was two and a half months of tough training,' Jolie says. 'I had just wrapped a period piece (August's [Original Sin (2001)]) and I was drinking wine and smoking cigarettes and having a great time'", website, when?

Pictures of her smoking
• smoking in bed, "Women Before 10 A.M", '98
• posed, holding, The Express, Apr. 30, '99
• full page, posed, dangling in mouth, Later (UK), Jul. '99
• posed, holding a Parliament, Talk Magazine, Sep. '99
• dangling, Jane Magazine, Feb. '00
• holding at Oscar party, Entertainment Weekly, Apr. 7, '00, p. 60
• posed, holding, Daily Express, May 10, '00
• two page spread, near full page pic, Talk Magazine, Jun./Jul. '00, p. 78-80
• Entertainment Weekly, Apr. 3, '01
• inhaling, candid, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 3AM gossip column (The Mirror) (UK), Aug. 25, '05

Collections of pictures of her smoking
• Cigar Glamour
• Celebs Smokers

Pictures from the net
lighting cigar, Original Sin (2001), 45k

Talk Magazine, Sep. '99, holding, 45k

holding, 41k

holding, 100k

dangling, 104k

holding pack of Marlboro Reds, candid, New York, Jan. 19, '00, 38k

holding, on the set of Good Shepherd, The (2006), Aug. '05, 42k


TV/Movies she smokes in:
Angela & Viril (1993) (smoking review)
Beyond Borders (2003) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS CD)
Foxfire (1996) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS CD)
Gia (1998) (TV) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS)
Girl, Interrupted (1999) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS CD)
Good Shepherd, The (2006) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD)
Hell's Kitchen (1998) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS)
Life or Something Like It (2002) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS)
Mojave Moon (1996) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: video on demand VHS)
Original Sin (2001) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS CD)
Without Evidence (1995) (smoking review, buy at amazon.com: DVD VHS
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