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19 Famous Personalities That Are Sober
19. Daniel Radcliffe
Radcliffe went from nobody to household name practically overnight when he was just 11 years old. That kind of pressure early on drove him to abuse alcohol. Thankfully he officially quit drinking in 2012.
18. Bradley Cooper
Cooper’s great at playing characters with substance abuse and mental health issues, partly because he can draw from personal experience. He quit drinking and doing drugs when he was 29 years old, and his career really took off shortly after that.
17. Dax Shepard
Shepard once admitted that “cocaine and Jack Daniels” were his faves before becoming sober. As of 2019, he’s been drug and alcohol-free for 15 years, although he’s totally cool with his wife Kristen Bell smoking a joint every once in a while.
16. Charlie Sheen
For a time, Sheen was one of Hollywood’s most famous alcoholics. His alcohol abuse actually led to him getting fired from Two and a Half Men. He stopped drinking and doing drugs after realising how his addiction was impacting his ability to be a good father to his kids.
15. Russell Brand
16 years ago, Brand was into all sorts of things – crack, pot, and alcohol included. He celebrates his sobriety anniversary every December.
14. Zac Efron
Efron turned to cocaine and alcohol to handle the intense stress and scrutiny of celebrity life. After going to rehab in 2013, the former teen heartthrob got his life (and career) together.
13. Alec Baldwin
Baldwin took drugs and drank daily for two years before finally calling it quits by his 27th birthday. He’s expressed gratitude for being able to quit while he was young.
12. Anthony Bourdain
Before Bourdain’s tragic suicide, the television personality was open about his struggle with drugs and alcohol. Bourdain admitted he was knee-deep in the heavy drinking and drugs culture of the ‘80s, but later quit.
11. Bam Margera
Jackass’ Bam Margera fell into alcoholism after his friend Ryan Dunn died in a DUI-related incident. He was sober for 9 months when he was held at gunpoint in Colombia, which led him to break his sobriety with a bottle of beer to cope with the aftermath.
10. Ben Affleck
The Batman star battled alcoholism for years, but he just recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of his sobriety last August.
9. Brad Pitt
Rumours pin Pitt’s divorce with Angelina Jolie on his alcohol abuse, so the A-lister joined an all-male Alcoholics Anonymous support group and has allegedly been sober since.
8. Bruce Willis
Willis quit drinking in 1988 at 33 years old and stayed sober for many years. He admitted in 2012 that he still has the occasional glass of wine, but only after he was sure he had enough self-control to prevent a relapse.
7. Chris Pratt
Pratt officially went sober in 2013, shortly after getting cast in Guardians of the Galaxy and partly to help him get in shape for the role. Today, he stays mostly sober, but still springs for a low-calorie beer once in a while.
6. Colin Farrell
Farrell has been sober for 13 years and once even checked into rehab as a preventive measure to ensure that he stayed away from alcohol.
5. Demi Lovato
Lovato has relapsed a few times since seeking help in 2010 for addiction, but she’s always honest about her journey to her fans. She released a track titled “Sober” in 2018.
4. Drew Barrymore
Like many other child stars, Barrymore coped with her early fame by drinking and doing drugs before checking into rehab at age 12. Both her grandfather and father were alcoholics as well. She still drinks on occasion, but mostly beers and definitely no drugs.
3. Edie Falco
The Nurse Jackie star not only plays a recovering drug addict on the show, but she’s also a recovering alcoholic who’s been sober for 20 years.
2. Eliza Dushku
Dushku, most famous for her stint on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, celebrated her 10-year sobriety in 2018. She began abusing substances at just 14 years old.
1. Eva Mendes
Mendes openly struggled with alcohol and drug abuse for many years and lost a few friends to addiction. She even called out a reporter for making a tacky joke about substance abuse during an interview.
By, Rhys McKay