Cigars have always been synonymous with Hollywood glamour and luxury. From Humphrey Bogart to Winston Churchill, smoking cigars has been a way for celebrities to show how cool and collected they are, on camera and off.
Many actors still turn to cigars to get them through long filming days and intense scenes. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular actors who smoke cigars on set and what kind of cigars they prefer.
- Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood is probably the most famous “cigar” actor, most known for his roles in Westerns and Dirty Harry. While Eastwood has received some heat for smoking cigars on set, he’s been seen smoking a Hoyo de Monterrey Double Corona during breaks. This cigar is known for its earthy and woody tones, with a hint of spice.
- Arnold Schwarzenegger
Arnold Schwarzenegger, an action-movie icon, is another cigar smoker on set known for savoring a good stogie. His cigar of choice is the La Gloria Cubana Wavell, known for its rich and bold flavor profile. He’s been spotted smoking on the set of The Expendables franchise, which is fitting for the cigar-smoking tough guy he’s known to play.
- Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson is a big fan of cigars, as we can see from his role in the movie Kingsman. Jackson prefers the H. Upmann Vintage Cameroon, a cigar notable for its complex flavor profile, including hints of cedar and coffee.
- Danny DeVito
Danny DeVito is a man of small stature but with a big personality and a love of cigars. Often seen savoring his cigar on the set of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” DeVito is a fan of the handmade, medium-bodied Montecristo No. 4 cigar. This cigar is famous for its subtle spice and roasted nut notes, making it a perfect choice for DeVito’s unique personality.
- Nicolas Cage
Nicolas Cage has always been known to enjoy a good smoke on set. He has been seen smoking the high-minded Ashton Cabinet, which is known for its creamy and smooth flavor profile, filled with hints of toasted almond and cedarwood.
Actors are known for leading glamorous and luxurious lifestyles that make them highly sought after for their fashion sense, and taste in literature, music, and their hobbies. Smoking cigars is one of these hobbies. While smoking is becoming rare today, cigars are becoming less common on set too, but they are never too far away from these icons of glamour and elegance who continue to make them part of their on-screen image. While these actors continue to rely on cigars to help them unwind and get through long days on set, it’s essential to remember that smoking in real life will have bad health consequences. As cigars continue to be one of the must-haves for celebrities that love the indulgences life has to offer, it’s still important to understand the health risks of smoking and avoid them for our personal well-being.