Iconic actor Dean Martin, a member of the "Rat Pack," was often seen with both a cigarette and drink in hand. No doubt this COPD celeb's heavy smoking led to his development of emphysema. "Emphysema is one of two main conditions that COPD encompasses," said pulmonologist Barry Make, MD, a professor of medicine in pulmonary sciences and critical care medicine at the University of Colorado Denver and director of respiratory care at National Jewish Medical and Research Center. Chronic bronchitis is the other condition affecting COPD patients, he added. Not every smoker gets COPD or emphysema, Dr. Make said. But celebrities with COPD like Martin show what can happen when they do. Martin died from complications of emphysema when he was 78.