The actor, who won an Emmy for his role as the philandering, whiskey-drinking, chain-smoking ad exec Don Draper on the TV series Mad Men, quit smoking 20 years ago. “It’s glamorous on film, but it’s not glamorous waking up and smelling like an ashtray,” Hamm told People magazine. His role required his character to smoke through all seven seasons of Mad Men, but he and the other actors puffed on herbal — not tobacco — cigarettes on set.
The star of TV's Friends and the movies Horrible Bosses and Office Space was a chain-smoker for years before she reportedly went through an extreme detoxification in 2007, during which she successfully bid farewell to both caffeine and her longtime addiction to cigarettes. What made the difference? Lots of exercise was the key, specifically yoga, a practice Aniston was introduced to by the yoga instructor, and Aniston's friend, Mandy Ingber. “She brought yoga into my life, and it completely changed my life,” Aniston says in the introduction to Ingber’s Yogalosophy video. “It’s one of the most fun workouts I’ve ever had.”