Vince made a decision to quit cigarettes because he was feeling terrible from smoking too much and that he wasn’t enjoying it anymore. So he decided to quit cold turkey again and has been off cigarettes ever since.
Used to smoke as many as 40 cigarettes a day but quit the habit. His inspiration to quit smoking for good was his then wife Demi Moore.
Catherine Zeta Jones
Catherine Zeta-Jones was smoking during the last stages of her pregnancy in 2003. Smoking cigarettes while pregnant is extremely dangerous, and can cause premature birth, placental abruption, stillbirth, and many other problems for a developing fetus, according to the March of Dimes. Zeta-Jones vowed to quit for her children in 2005, but has had difficulty stopping, suffering many relapses.
A friends star used to spend times between takes of popular sitcom Friends smoking with her costars. Courteney Cox quit smoking when she was 34 years old.
Now a health enthusiast, Gwyneth Paltrow was an avid smoker in her teenage years. She smoked two packs a day and even her father’s death from cancer in 2002 didn’t dissuade her from smoking. Paltrow finally kicked the habit when she found out she was pregnant with her first daughter.
Jack Black quit smoking in 2006 after he became a father. He wanted to protect his family and especially his new born child from cigarette smoke.
Joanne Woodward & Anthony Hopkins
Proving that it is never too late to start caring about your health are two well known actors, who gave up cigarettes. Joanne Woodward quit smoking on her 60th birthday.
It's always better if you quit for reasons that are your own but a push from people in your live can be helpful. Kristen Stewart reportedly gave up smoking for her then-boyfriend, Robert Pattinson.
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