1.Robert Downey, Jr.
After a series of superhero movies, Robert Downey, Jr. was especially popular. Looking at his character, Tony Stark, known as Iron Man, it's hard to imagine that the actor who played him was far from always successful. He managed to be in rehab and even in prison. Determined to change his life, Robert Downey Jr. has not been drinking since 2003.
His superhero movie colleague Tobey Maguire (known for his role as Spider-Man) is also done with booze. Addiction he developed in his youth, so he managed to quit drinking as early as 20 years. The actor himself noted that alcohol was not worth it to continue.
3. Samuel L. Jackson.
Robert Downey Jr. worked with another teetotaler, Samuel L. Jackson, on the set of Iron Man and The Avengers. He has maintained a sober lifestyle for more than 20 years. He has a history of addiction not only to alcohol but also to drugs.
4. Daniel Radcliffe
It was not easy for the hero of another movie franchise, Daniel Radcliffe, who became famous thanks to "Harry Potter". During the filming of the saga of the Boy Who Survived and his problems began. The actor was particularly unhappy about his work in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" - he was rumored to be drunk all the time during filming, but his colleagues did not suspect anything.
5. Ewan McGregor.
Life has also taken its toll on Ewan McGregor, a member of the Star Wars film saga - he's been on the wagon for over a decade.
One of the stars of the TV series "Friends," Matthew Perry, was once among the famous alcoholics. At one point, he admitted to drinking a bottle of vodka while filming. Adding to his problems were drugs. He found the strength to quit and even launched an anti-addiction campaign.
The star of another popular TV series, Kristin Davis, also had detrimental addictions. She started drinking for courage, and by the age of 25 she managed to become an alcoholic.
8. Anthony Hopkins
Since 1975, actor Anthony Hopkins does not drink. He himself admitted that for a long time he "drank everything he couldn't take a bite of."
Another actor, Bradley Cooper, had to quit drinking by the age of 29. The actor admitted that he almost ruined his whole life, but then found out he could work and socialize just fine sober.
Drew Barrymore also had to get rid of her addiction early on. Fame fell on her quite early, by the age of 13 she was addicted to drink. As a result, the actress ended up in rehab, after which she had to make her way to Hollywood all over again.