Successful Pot Smokers: Let’s Make a List

Friday, November 7th, 2008

The latest absurdity to come out of the Office of National Drug Control Policy is an anti-pot PR campaign with the motto, “Hey, not trying to be your mom, but there aren’t many jobs out there for potheads.”

The first three ads suggest that drug users can look forward to a career as a “burrito taster,” a “couch security guard,” or “remote control operator.”

It’s an incredibly lame campaign, and reeks of stodgy wonks making a desperate attempt to look hip.

The Marijuana Policy Project’s Bruce Mirken adds:

By the way, jobs held by people who’ve acknowledged smoking marijuana include governor of California (Arnold Schwarzenegger), astronomer (Carl Sagan), mayor of New York (Michael Bloomberg), billionaire rock star/songwriter (Paul McCartney), and — well, you get the point.

Here’s my challenge to Agitator readers, bloggers, and others:  In this comments thread, let’s compile a master list of admitted pot smokers—current or former—who not only haven’t ended up as heroin junkies or burnouts, but have gone on to lead successful lives.  If the person is famous, include a link.  But feel free to add yourselves and what you do now, too, if you fit the criteria.  School teacher?  Cop?  Stay at home mom?  Grad student?  Count yourself in.  You can leave out your name if you like.  Or include it.  Either way.

I’ll get it started:

Barack Obama, president-elect.  Bill Clinton, 42nd president of the U.S.  John Kerry, U.S. Senator and 2004 Democratic nominee for president.  John Edwards, multi-millionaire, former U.S. Senator, and 2004 Democratic nominee for vice president.  Sarah Palin, governor of Alaska, 2008 Republican nominee for vice president.  British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly, and and Chancellor Alistair DarlingJosh Howard, NBA all-star.  New York Governor David Paterson.  Former Vice President, Nobel Peace Prize winner, and Oscar winner Al Gore.  Former Sen. Bill Bradley, who smoked while playing professional basketball.  Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and former New York Governor George Pataki. Billionaire and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

That’s the result of a five-minute Google search.  The presence of so many high-ranking politicians so early in the search results puts the lie to the ONDCP’s ridiculous ad campaign, and shows that to the extent that marijuana is harmful, the harm lies mostly in what the government will do to you to you if it catches you.  It’s not only possible to smoke pot and go on to live a productive life, that’s by far and away what most people who smoke the drug actually do.  The fact that all of the politicians listed above still support drug prohibition and the continued funding of farcical government organizations like ONDCP is the real shame, here.  They’re more than happy to ruin the lives of young people who did the same thing they did in their youth.  The lesson isn’t that you shouldn’t smoke pot.  It’s that if you do, don’t incur the misfortune of getting caught.

So let’s see how long we can make this list.  Give this post some love on Digg, and on Reddit.  Poke around on the Interwebs and add more entries in the comments.  If you qualify, add your own name—or at least what you do.  I only ask that you not add the names of people other than yourself without documentation.

Have at it.

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598 Responses to “Successful Pot Smokers: Let’s Make a List”

  1. #1 |  Brandon | 

    Willie Nelson is probably the most famous, well-known, and most successful pot-head of all time. He is also one of my favorite singer-songwriters.

    So, while not only being an incredibly talented and immensely successful musician, he is also actively helping America be a better country by giving countless hours of his own time to people in need, befriending powerful people and telling them to do the right things, and gives tons of money out of his own pocket to good causes.


    Here are just a few of the things he’s done in the past few years to help America:

    Willie is a huge supporter of “Farm Aid” which is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping honest American famers that are caught up in financial troubles. It is said that Willie has donated MILLIONS of dollars to the cause, regularly holding concerts where he gives all the proceeds from directly to the Farm Aid cause.

    In 2004 Willie invested a LOT of his own money into a biodiesel company called “Willie Nelson Bio-Diesel”. The fuel they sell is made from vegetable oil harvested from local American crops and can be burned in regular diesel engines without modification.

    In 2005 he raised $120,000 from one concert and gave all the proceeds to benefit the victims of the `04 Indian Ocean earthquake which caused a huge tsunami and killed an estimated 200,000 people and left 2 million homeless. Willie gave the whole 120 grand plus more from his own pocket to help the relief effort.

    A fun fact, Willie Nelson also has a Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream flavor named after him called “Willie Nelson’s Peach Cobbler” and has also give all of the funds generated by the ice cream sales to Farm Aid.

    In conclusion, Willie Nelson is one of the kindest most humble and hospitable people in America. Unfortunately there aren’t more rich & famous people like him.

    So the next time you hear someone bashing weed, tell them all the great things that America’s most beloved pot-head has done for his country.

  2. #2 |  Missippi Hippy | 

    I didn’t take time to read all these, but here is my list…

    Irv Rosenfeld smokes marijuana that the U.S. Government has been giving him monthly for his medical condition now for several years, yet he manages to function quite well as a stockbroker. Presidents Obama, inhaled… that was the point, George “use less drugs” Bush, Clinton, although he didn’t inhale (uh huh, yeah… right) Jefferson, Washington and very possibly other Presidents used marijuana. Govs. Arnold Schwartzenegger, Sarah Palin, David Paterson, VP Al Gore, Senators John Edwards, John Kerry, Norm Coleman, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and former New York Governor George Pataki, Carl Sagan, the brilliant chemist and astrobiologist, professional football players Mark Stepnosky and Santonio Holmes, 2008 Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum, the worlds best athlete Michael Phelps, mixed martial artist Toby Grear, Actors Jack Nicholson, Peter Fonda, Megan Fox, Brad Pitt, Tommy Chong, Sting, Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Aniston, Woody Harrelson, Sarah Silverman, Shia LeBeouf, Kirsten Dunst, Johnny Depp Justin Timberlake, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Whoopi Goldberg, and Dennis Hopper, talk show host Montel Williams, movie director Kevin Smith, many rock musicians as well as blues, jazz musicians Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonius Monk, Count Basie, Jimmy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton and Cab Calloway,.country musician Willie Nelson, and rap musician Snoop Dog, artists, Kary Mullis, nobel prize-winner in chemistry, Richard Feynman – Nobel Prize winner in physics, author Stephen King, sci-fi greats Robert Heinlein & Frank Herbert

  3. #3 |  Dave | 

    I smoke everyday. I run a small Wealth Management Firm. I make around $300,000 a year. I have a beautiful wife and three great kids. I know several other businessmen who make over $500,000 who all smoke. You are delusional to think that only teenagers and burnouts use the stuff.

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  5. #5 |  blooper | 

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  6. #6 |  John | 

    All pot smokers are worthless bags of poop! I’ve had my car stolen and my house broken into by pots smokers that were smoking weed while committing these crimes. My girlfriends youngest son is a worthless pot head that steals to support his nasty jones. I wish all pot heads, every single one, would curl up and die!

  7. #7 |  Nick Ortiz | 

    I smoke weed. ALOT OF WEED 420 all day

  8. #8 |  David | 

    I’ve smoked pot for over 25 years and earn well over a six figure salary. I smoke everyday and have held the same job for 10 years. My home is furnished and I drive a brand new car. Anyone who thinks pot stifles motivation of has any adverse effects is smoking something other than pot.

  9. #9 |  Mark | 

    Ive been a daily smoker for over 40 years, i own a very successfull business but dont want it legalized..i want it decriminilized…legalizing it will only give it over to government control..they will control the amount of thc in it, then tax it, it will go to the tobaco industry for packaging and the alcohol industry for the time they are done it will cost over 50.00 for a pack of low grade joints (think cigarette tax) what we really need is decriminilization with personal harvesting laws.

  10. #10 |  mary | 

    I guess like anything, when you have the personality of a cumquat you should be aware you might become a real ass when you smoke just like when you drink. I guess it is ok if you know HOW to smoke in moderation, which alot of people DO NOT KNOW HOW. Just my opionon.

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  13. #13 |  Ferret Fancier | 

    EPIC BEARD MAN. He was on the bus with his friend to go and pick up their marijuana when he had to fight off an attacker!

  14. #14 |  stylin&profilin | 

    Rob Van Dam is a successful pot smoker he has held world titles in most of the major wrestling companies and has proved you can be a pot smoker and still make it same with Micheal Philips he is the best swimmer in the world and got over nine metals for America

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  16. #16 |  Arthur | 

    Happy, liberty-loving, unemplo…err, struggling writer. Avid hiker. My challenge to all anti-cannabis types out there: hike up a 10,000ft. peak and smoke a fatty at the top, then do the same later sans weed…you tell me which is better.

    Not into burritos at all, but I can eat taco all day.

    Stop the madness!

  17. #17 |  pam | 

    the Native Americans, although they weren’t all that successful, probably because they were smokin the peace pipe.

  18. #18 |  Reina | 

    Me. Successful writer. Smoke maybe once a week. Get my best ideas when cannabized. (Edit only when stone cold smokeless.)

  19. #19 |  A Dude Who Remains Anonymous | 

    I have a number of successful friends I still get high with. One is a loss prevention manager at a major department store. Another is a powerful political consultant and PR person. Another is a journalist. My connect started making six figures in high school in the auto business (and I wonder how many multi-millionaires of today and the near future first learned business skills by slinging dope). I also know a guy who is a Marine officer on the fast track to a GOP nomination for governor in our state someday who used to host big tokefests among political radicals at his apartment. I’d love to spring this on people during his campaigns, but I’m a big believer in discretion so I’ll keep quiet then.

    I love that Mark Stepnoski is getting love around here–he was one of my favorite football players growing up, and he is maybe the best center in the history of the pro game. Also, William F. Buckley got high? Holy shit what a scene that’d be…

    I’d also keep hope, folks. The historical trend is very clearly towards complete legalization. 30-40 years ago you would get 10 years in prison for a nug pretty much everywhere. Nowadays you’re more likely to get a ticket, or your stash will be confiscated and you’ll be sent on your way. In California (and now Colorado) you can buy pot completely legally.

    That being said, I’m actually against legalization, as the idea of having the government as my drug dealer gives me the willies. We need to be careful that we aren’t just giving the state broad new powers here over a realm they currently have only external involvement in. Decriminalization (and not just of the “we can write you a ticket if we feel like it” variety, but true decriminalization) is the path I support. Though as an anarchist I frankly think we ought to decriminalize everything other than making laws.

  20. #20 |  PDaddy | 

    Percy Harvin -WR Minnesota Vikings; Tim Linecum -Pitcher San Francisco Giants; Norman Mailer – Author; Bill Murray -Actor, Comedian, Author, MENSA member; Stephen Cobert -Comedian; Nick Diaz -MMA fighter; Richard Branson -Billionaire Entreprenuer; Phil Jackson -NBA Coach; Joakim Noah -NBA Player; Carlos Santana -Musician; Robert Nestor Marley – Musician.

  21. #21 |  Rosemary Folkerts | 

    Eh Gerard, such a man

  22. #22 |  Annienonymous | 

    Legalize it, tax it; sell it just like cigarettes. Having kids risk their lives
    to sell marijuana is ridiculous; and if people want to get it, they’re going to, so
    legalizing it takes away the criminal element. And we all know how much we
    need the tax money!
    p.s. I visited Amsterdam once and was impressed with the peacefulness of the
    p.p.s. I enjoy smoking pot; it is the ONLY thing that alleviates the depression
    our family suffers from.

  23. #23 |  Kenneth | 

    The government is totally backwards, instead they legalized a more dangerous drug, ALCOHOL. I’ve never heard of any pot smoker being violent or killed someone while driving like in the case of people drinking alcohol.

    I work as a Quality Assureance Manager. I don’t agree obviously with be high at the workplace just like alcohol at work it shouldn’t be allowed. But, once you go home it’s different. My routine consist of once I get home is take a shower, clean house, relax, smoke one and get ready for the next day of work. Marijuana and being irresponsible are 2 different things. I lead a wonderful fulfilling life now, but it wasn’t always like this.

    When I was younger I was arrested many times for possesion of marijuana. The cops excuse is always the same. “We are looking for guns and drugs.” Right!! They say that “Me purchasing from a drug dealer puts more guns on the streets.” Right!!…. Solution, Simply legalize and tax government marijuana. I’d much rather buy from the government than off the streets, where I’m insured a good quality product. If you want to stop reduce crime. Legalize it!!! During prohibition after the legalitation of alcohol all the mobsters went broke. Mobster could no longer profit of alcohol. Once these mafias see that they can no longer profit off marijuana, they will go somewhere else. It’s that simple.

    Being arrested for marijuana is a big problem in the U.S. For someone with a weaker mind set all those fines, court cost, drug classes, incarceration, probations and other hoops the government makes you jump thru, would probably ruin thier life, and simply because the government has fabricated stories that marijuana ruins lives. But, what they fail to mention is that people are being destroyed not by marijuana. but by the Laws imposed by the government. By the time your done jumping thru there hoops your probably in ruin. One study on a gov website claims that “Marijuana has the potential to cause problems in daily life or make a person’s existing problems worse.” Quote from ‘’ However they probably fail to mention that patient probably suffers from depression, erectile disfunction, or any number of non-marijuana related issues that can cause you to lose self-worth or self-esteem.

    I smoke, but I lead a healthy life style including eating right, excercising and so on. If your smoking marijuana and you lead a healthy life style there should be no reason to, as they claim, cause problems in daily life or make a person’s existing problems worse. Its simply Excersise, Eat healthy and live a healthy life-style. Marijuana doesn’t ruin lives, the governments unexamined laws of prohibition of marijuana does.

    Marijuana has enriched my life. I no longer suffer from anxiety, sleepless nights, back pains, apetite. It’s already been proven that marijuana helps fight & in some types cure cancer, prevents alzheimer’s & also does not increase the risk of developing lung cancer or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (Reference Quote among people who do not smoke tobacco. So that’s a list full a diseases I won’t have to worry about.

    Plus here’s a list of new break-thru cures, thanks to new on going marijuana research.
    Refer to
    Thanks to the American Alliance for medical canibus.

  24. #24 |  jimmy | 

    how about nearly every successful rock, jazz, reggae, soul, hip hop, and r&b artist ever. EVER

  25. #25 |  Dan | 

    I smoke pot and I’m attending to more successful things than writing a bullshit article like this.

  26. #26 |  Josh | 

    Sarah Palin!?!?!?! are you kidding me? try doing better research instead of a “quick google search” That’s why she came up you idiot.

  27. #27 |  K | 

    I like how this is against potheads, but it shows all the successful potheads. Nice article. Potheads – they’re everywhere! We’re driving next to you, we’re in the cubicle next to you, we’re lighting up in the stall next to you. Fear us.

  28. #28 |  Cory | 

    I smoke weed everyday. I have a job. I have a better life then the person that wrote this article.. I guarantee it. Because I have a life. And I don’t have time to write a article full of BuLlshit!!

  29. #29 |  wellbalanced | 

    DEA JUDGE: “Marijuana is the safest therapeutically active substance known to mankind.”

  30. #30 |  Craig | 

    I was valedictorian of my high school, near perfect sat-scores, and currently attend an Ivy league school. I smoked on a weekly basis my senior year of high school up until now.

  31. #31 |  Odie | 

    My ma did plenty of smoking and other stuff when she were young and she’s a doctor and having been to many doctors myself i can say she is the best diagnostician i have ever come across or even heard of, on the flip side my dad was also well educated, also did lots of drugs and he is now a total failure in all aspects of his life. They had very different upbringings this tells me that drugs are not what destroys peoples lives, it’s the reasons behind why we take drugs that can damage us.

  32. #32 |  Orange | 

    I was using it till I was 20, then I became a monk and stopped for nearly 12 yrs and was doing fine without it.
    Last 8 yrs I had a bad marriage, divorced, started playing guitar again and taking pot (mostly vaporizer).
    From that point my life changed 180 degrees to a better one.
    I’ve healed my long lasting disease, changed my career and become amazingly successful. I am not saying this is all because of pot, but one thing is sure, taking pot does not ruin your life or your health.
    I’d recommend vaporizer coz it’s healthy.

    Also, I agree with Odie, it is not what you’re using, but why you’re using it.
    So, careful with your intentions and motives….

  33. #33 |  bblbbbllb | 

    I’ve been smoking skunk, regularly, since i was 15. I am now 29, and teaching English Literature at a college in London. I usually smoke everyday, about 6 spliffs a day. I find that smoking weed is a necessity in my line of work, and has absolutely no effect on my teaching abilities, although; it does make me stink of it every time I go in the classroom…

    As for successful tokers, how bout’ Richard Branson.
    He owns Virgin.
    I you don’t know who he is, look him up…

  34. #34 |  Steve | 

    Its funny I recently retired from the United States Marine Corps after 22 years….I smoked throughout that entire time and never got caught….i was lucky, definitly,Being a smoker and being on active duty….my job performance never suffered…i was meritoriusly promoted several times…awarded for valor in combat in Iraq…
    My point is, is our society has been force fed propaganda about how terrible cannabis is….and it just is not. Now that Im retired I continue to smoke and cultivate all while waiting on my hard earned gov checks…

  35. #35 |  j. cummings | 

    I teach third grade and won teacher of the year for my county last year. An average work day for me is 10 hours. When I get home, I like to wind down with a bowl. Haven’t noticed any negative effects in my 7 year career.

  36. #36 |  Gwen | 

    Daily smoker, use like coffee. Not to get high, but for the kick. 50+ years old, very successful

  37. #37 |  Aaron Klock | 

    I’m a sucessful potsmoker. I’m a chef, went to school for 4 years, and smoke pot all day every day. It helps with pain, anxiety, depression etc… Nothing wrong with it

  38. #38 |  Jackson Cruz | 

    i was listening to a podcast called fatguyradioshow. i know the name is different, but the host on that show did a segment about the AZ legalization of pot i thought has some great introspective. i wanted to share. they talked about it after their little musical break. the host made some good points.

  39. #39 |  lol | 

    im a sales associatein the pharmaceutical industry and i make a very comfortable living and i smoke everyday after work and i can still manage to make alot of money and im only 20 and i make more then grown ups and still smoke weed everyday and all day on the weekends

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  41. #41 |  aswepay | 

    As we say in Psychology, there is more variation within than between. In other words, there are sober couch potatoes as well as stoned ones, sober millionaires as well as stoned ones. It is drug ABUSE that the focus should be on, specifically on drugs which flood the myriad reward centers in the brain (opiates and stimulants, mainly) instead of mimicking neurotransmitters like cannabinoids (and the true psychedelics).

    Also: best friend growing up – now owns patent on revolutionary (and well-duh-simple) technique for annealing (thinning/strengthening in one process) most types of industrial wire at speeds an order of magnitude greater than present techniques. All his development work is done high, in order to help him manage OCD symptoms. He uses a pocket vaporizer most of the time.

  42. #42 |  Truth | 

    I have a friend who is a Massage Therapist at a very upscale spa, and does about 20-30 massages a week and makes great money. He smokes everyday even while seeing his clients and his clients loves his massage. He was stoned every second while in school. Still graduated and passed his National. Oh and MJ helps his pain from a long day of work. He says all his soreness and pain goes away. Feels brand new in the morning. Also helps with stress. It does make the world more peaceful. If everyone were stoned, this world would be much more peaceful. No violence. No dwi. People even drive better when they are hi. Legalize it o bama ass.

  43. #43 |  TLB | 

    The Jewish Talmud has a recipe for holy oil that contains cannibus. It’s in the bible as a healing herb. Ancient scrolls have been discovered that have recipes for all kinds of cannibus based medications. it stands to reason that Moses and Jesus Christ as well as the ancient pharoahs all enjoyed a good buzz. It’s only been illegal for 80 years. I’m sure alot of our ancient ancestors were stoners.

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  45. #45 |  Kush | 

    i’m a graduate ,smokes everyday ,m not at all successful but surely my path is been paved with good intentions.I really beleives everybody should smoke pot’s atleast in some part of their lives if not for entire..Guess that would really solve a lotta problems in this world..
    Enjoy fellas…and keep smoking…

  46. #46 |  Bub | 

    CPA, Enrolled Agent, Masters in Taxation, competitive bike racer/triathlete/runner. Partake daily.

  47. #47 |  Haugwich | 

    I have smoked everyday for a dozen years or more. I’m not rich nor famous but I do hold a steady, good paying job, have a son who is happy and healthy, and lead an altogether happy life. Smoking has never been an issue other than the illegality of marijuana. I also used meth and cocaine on a daily basis for a number of years and believe that marijuana was the biggest factor in stopping that lifestyle. I may have overdone marijuana during my withdrawal period from the other drugs but that’s how I got through it. I now smoke about 3 times a day and am doing just fine. As far as it leading to heroine and other hard drug use, it’s a gateway drug BECAUSE its illegal. Drug dealers don’t ask for IDs and haven’t a second thought about offering harder(and more lucrative) drugs. Yet I can go to any gas station, grocery store, or what have you and buy alcohol, a substance that kills millions of people directly and indirectly.

  48. #48 |  Mary L. Espinosa | 

    Free Bee

    Monday, September 17th, 2012
    71 year old Bee Enowski of Miller County was arrested on June 10 after 23 marijuana plants were discovered on her property. According to the Miller County Sheriff’s Department, “Along with the marijuana plants, several items of contraband were located inside the residence. Enowski, who stays on the property and manages the Cry Baby Campground, was also found to be in possession of approximately one half pound of marijuana and other items of paraphernalia in her apartment at the office of Cry Baby Campground.”

    Later that day, Enowski was released to await formal charges from the Miller County Prosecutor’s Office. 

Days later, A warrant was then issued for Enowski’s arrest on charges of possession of a controlled substance and producing a controlled substance. She turned herself in on September 13. Enowski’s bond was set at $100,000 cash or surety bond. She bonded out later on September 13. 

    Crybaby Campground
    A Note from Bee taken from her facebook page on September 21st.
    September 21
    since my name has been so prominent in the media this week, i feel i should address it once and then let the truth come out in court. KOMU TV showed photos of large garbage bags of marijuana along with the story, KY3 TV showed a field of waist high marijuana….neither of those photos were of my property..what was found on my property behind a vacant trailer were freshly planted (in the middle of june, in 100 degree heat) some of them were not ever planted just in a basket. they were all 1 to 2 inches tall and if pulled up would fit in a sandwich size ziplock. I DID NOT PLANT THEM OR PUT THEM THERE AND THERE WAS NOT A POUND OR 1/2 POUND FOUND IN MY RESIDENCE! I believe they were put there by some meth dealers who live on adjoining land and were busted eariler this spring, who are trying to get themselves out of trouble and have been barred from the campground after we caught them stealing from us. The photos on tv are ficticious and neither tv station can explain where they came from but took them down from their web site after i called them on it. that’s all i have to say about it and i will go on about my business with head held high!!

    A note from me.
    We are trying to help Bee raise the money for the Bond. She is on a payment plan with the bondsman and if she cannot raise the money each month she will go to jail until trial. Bee supports seven people including two great grand children, age 18 months and 6 years, that she cares for a daily basis.
    Bee is a widow and she is the hardest working person I have ever met. Bee manages the farm and has turned a working farm into a campground with dirt trails for motorized vehicles, primitive campsites and a few full hookups for motorhomes. Check out This is a set up deal, there is no truth in the charges, and it has cost her all her meager savings to pay retainers for attorneys and deposit for bonds. Please see Bee’s response to the charges above.

    Go to Free Bee