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Anna Winslet
  • Profession = actress
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Pictures from the net
             
  • holding hand-rolled cigarette, posed, Daily Mail (UK), Feb. 20, '09
  • Actress table says she smokes in TV/Movies, but none found


    Beth Winslet
  • Profession = actress
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Beth Winslet at MrSkin.com
  • Miscellaneous information
              •  "For a first proper acting job she found she 'totally loved every minute', even though the dummy herbal cigarettes she was required to smoke as the strung-out Ruth almost made her vomit", Sunday Times (UK), Apr. 5, '98
              •  "Beth Winslet's ... boyfriend Henry Steedman ... took the still picture of [Beth], naked and smoking a cigarette, which is used as the cover of [Christopher D.] Ashley's album Cruel Romantics", Daily Mail (UK), Feb. 20, '09
  • Pictures from the net
             
  • holding, Christopher D. Ashley album "Cruel Romantics", cover
  • TV/Movies she smokes in:
    Kate Winslet
  • Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Yes
  • Quit = Probably has
  • Profession = actress
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Kate Winslet pics and clips at MrSkin.com
  • Cigar/Cigarette Brand
              •  Marlboro Lights
  • Miscellaneous information
              •  "Britain's Most Smoker Friendly Celebrity" award, Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Tobacco (UK), Dec. 21, '98
              •  "She's perfectly happy to admit to being clueless about drugs: 'I've never touched drugs in my life. I've never even had a puff of a joint'", The Guardian (UK), Jan. 15, '99
              •  "Kate Winslet must be trying to keep her weight down. The Times of London reports the Titanic star is slated to be one of the celeb guests at a summer ball on a Thames River islet to promote 'tolerance for tobacco addicts.' The event is being described as 'a mammoth garden party for chain-smokers' and the somewhat muddy embankment in Kingston is to be renamed 'Smokers Haven' for the occassion", New York Post, Apr. 5, '99
              •  "It's like when you get addicted to cigarettes or chocolate", Interview, Nov. '00, p. 151
              •  "[In Iris (2001)] when a young Bayley asks Murdoch, played by Kate Winslet, if she goes to bed with women, Winslet takes a long, pregnant toke on her cigarette and throws him one of those Bette Davis burns that speaks volumes", The Advocate, Feb. 5, '02
              •  "Other British stars slammed for choosing to smoke in films include Kate Winslet", "Too many movies glorify young people smoking", Belfast Telegraph (Northern Ireland), May 31, '03
              •  "Over at the bar, Kate Winslet was too busy having a bad time with her Judith Leiber purse (the must-have red-carpet clutch, apparently), its contents summarily emptied out on to the bar as she enlisted the help of friends in fixing it while her husband, Sam Mendes, exploited the party's smoking policy", Telegraph (UK), Feb. 27, '07
              •  "Smokers were welcomed and encouraged to apply at yesterday's casting call for the new Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet movie [Revolutionary Road] set to begin filming in the area next week. 'It's the '50s - it's before they knew smoking was bad - so there's smoking in every scene', said Melissa Braun, an associate with Grant Wilfley Casting. 'If you are a smoker, it's a bonus'", Stamford Advocate, May 20, '07
              •  "Kate Winslet and Reese Witherspoon are neighbors and drinking buddies? Who knew? 'I always wanted to be a European movie star, wear giant sunglasses, elaborate neck scarves, smoke hand-rolled cigarettes, and have savoir faire and gravitas', Reese admitted onstage at the BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards last night. Obviously, the perky all-American actress couldn't become one. So she became friends with one", Los Angeles Times, Nov. 2, '07
  • Quotes about smoking
              •  "[overheard at BAFTAs] these are proper cigarettes, thank you very much", Feb. 24, '02
  • Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
              •  "'Whenever we would stop filming for a while, there was no sense of, 'Oh, let's click back into Kate and Mel, let's go have a cigarette''", Tampa Tribune, Dec. 8, '94
              •  "Kate Winslet just adores Emma Thompson -- good God, she's absolutely one of her greatest friends! Last night her 'Sense and Sensibility' sister banged on her hotel- room door while holding a glass of red wine and shouting, 'Let me in, you cow, and give me a bloody cigarette'", Newsweek, Jan. 15, '96
              •  "'The only frustrating thing about roll-ups is that you can't smoke them at parties', muses Kate Winslet, crafting her own cigarette with a deftness that belies her words. 'It's just too much trouble standing there and fiddling.' ... She just wrapped an adaptation of Jude the Obscure in which she plays Sue Brideshead, a more formidable young female character than most American scripts can provide. 'She's very strong-minded, determined. She's very ballsy, very masculine,' says Winslet, breaking off to take a final puff on that smoldering roll-up. 'And she smokes.'", Entertaiment Weekly, Jan. 26, '96
              •  smoked cigarettes throughout interview, Sunday Times (UK), Feb. 18, '96
              •  "She rolls her own cigarettes", Daily Telegraph (UK), Feb. 22, '96
              •  "Mentioning a scene in 'Sense and Sensibility' where Marianne is gravely ill, Winslet says when the director yelled cut, she couldn't spring from the sick bed, ask for a glass of water and have a cigarette and a walk. 'I wanted to stay in that bed as long as I could and just keep it all going'", Cleveland Plain Dealer, Feb. 22, '96
              •  "The actress - now 20 - strikes up a Marlboro, sucking hard on the filter with lips still heavily rouged from the makeover earlier in the day", Premiere Magazine (UK), Mar. '96
              •  "The door opens and there's this blur of legs, knees, elbows, boots and fags enmeshed in a tangle of red, waist length hair ... her booted feet take turn on the table while her perfectly shaped, generous mouth pulls on a succession of cigarettes", Irish Times, Mar. 9, '96
              •  "Winslet said over lunch in north London, talking animatedly while she ate a green salad and smoked Marlboro Lights", Associated Press, Mar. 14, '96
              •  "She grabbed a package of Marlboro Lights brought over to her by a publicist", Toronto Star, May 14, '96
              •  "'Little black dress, bright orange jacket, lots of cigarettes, smokes Marlboro.' I read this off the notepad of the female journalist next to me at the round-table interview with Kate Winslet.", Eye Weekly, May 16, '96
              •  "she is deceptively laid-back and unguarded - in between rolling her own ciggies she drops the occasional f-word without pause for effect or even to gather breath", Scotland on Sunday (UK), Aug. 4, '96
              •  "she's wearing combat boots and messily rolling her own cigarettes like a sailor. 'If you roll your own', she says plainly, 'it stops you from smoking so much, 'cause they always go out. One takes 10 minutes to smoke. I've really cut down, to about six a day, from 20 a day. I know it's a damned ugly habit, but I am under a lot of stress at the moment' ... puffing away ... rolling another messy cigarette.", W Magazine, Sep. '96
              •  "She cusses nonchalantly and rolls her own cigarettes... She retains many trademark Emma Thompson mannerisms - self-deprecating anecdotes, rolling her own cigarettes", Cosmopolitan Magazine, Oct. 1, '96
              •  "rolls a hand-made cigarette in seconds flat, with the finesse of a seasoned veteran", BPI Entertainment News Wire, Oct. 16, '96
              •  "Kate Winslet rolls a cigarette in seconds flat, with the finesse of a seasoned veteran", The Record (UK), Oct. 24, '96
              •  "sparks up another Marlboro Light (one about every 15 minutes)", Tatler Magazine, Oct. '96, p. 176
              •  "[at the Golden Globes] I sat next to Alicia Silverstone, and we ended up sneaking off to the rest room for a quick cigarette. We swapped phone numbers and had a real giggle", Cosmopolitan, Oct. '96
              •  "she's bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, a chatty whippersnapper rolling her own stogies. ... As she settles in to the construction of her first Rizla [cigarette papers] job of the day, she pulls her bare feet up on to the seat so she can sit cross envelope of auld fella's tobacco nestling in the lap of her dungaree shorts, gushing away at will", Arena Magazine, Oct. '96
              •  "inhaling deeply on her rolled cigarette. ... She admits this life may be considerably reduced if she doesn't curb 'this damned ugly habit' - she points to her cigarette - but assures, that rolling her own does actually reduce the intake", Sunday Mail (UK), Nov. 10, '96
              •  "But when the cameras stop rolling, Winslet rolls her own cigarettes", People Magazine, Nov. 18, '96
              •  "a constant stream of Marlboro cigarettes heightens the smokiness of her voice", Boulevard Magazine, The Express on Sunday (UK), Jan. 26, '97
              •  "It may be the chain of strong cigarettes she rolls that keeps her going", London Times Magazine, Feb. 1, '97
              •  "Winslet is smoking cigarettes rolled as thin as toothpicks from a pouch of Drum - the only time she stops talking is when she takes a sip of her drink or inhales from her cigarette. Occasionally she picks a bit of tobacco from the tip of her tongue. Winslet pushes her glass away and the plastic pouch of tobacco", Premiere, Feb. '97
              •  "Winslet, whose sweetheart face is framed by marmalade kiss-curls, has a Marlboro dangling from her lip, truck-driver style. She drops it onto the snow, where it leaves a large brown singe-mark", The Independent (UK), Mar. '97
              •  "Winslet sips at mineral water and talks and talks and smokes constantly, either the Camels left behind by the publicity guy or ones she rolls herself, occasionally pausing to light up again or pick a strand of tobacco from her tongue.", Harper's Bazaar, Nov. '97
              •  "Winslet rolls herself a cigarette - the first of many during the hour we spend talking... she dawdles to relight her cigarette", Pavement Magazine, Dec. '97
              •  "Kate rolls a cigarette", Grazia Neri magazine (Italy), '97, p. 132
              •  "rolls herself a cigarette--the first of many during the hour we spend talking...dawdles to relight her cigarette", Pavement (issue 26), Dec. '97/Jan. '98
              •  "She smokes cigarette after cigarette and, in the absence of an ashtray, flicks her ash into a half-full glass of mineral water", Die Welt (Germany), Jan. 3, '98
              •  rolls her own, NY Daily News, Jan. 11, '98
              •  "Before the interview, Rosie was joking about how Kate was smoking in her dressing room, and how all British guests she has smoke. Kate: Hello! I'm a smoker! (jokingly) Yeah, but hang on a minute. OK. My habit, I smoke. But you apparently pick your nose and play with play-dough. ... Rosie: Well there was a little smoking going on, but it's alright. You're of age, you're British. Kate: You gonna keep eating me up about this? Rosie: No I'm not, I'm not. Kate: Oh dear, its terrible, I know", Rosie O'Donnell show, Jan. 13, '98
              •  "A motormouth who is partial to rolling her own cigarettes, she does use a few threads of Golden Virginia tobacco to create a slim dart of a cigarette, which refuses to stay lit", Orlando Sentinel, Jan. 18, '98
              •  "She smokes a lot, drinks much coffee and speaks without a break, all at the same time", Cinemania, Jan. 28, '98
              •  "She smokes cigarette after cigarette and stubs the ash in a half filled glas of water because she lacks of an ashtray", Die Welt (Germany), Mar. 1, '98
              •  "'I'm a hardened Brit-I cannot do without my nicotine and coffee,' she growls, plunking herself down on the sofa and adroitly rolling a cigarette to acccompany her fresh orange juice and croisants.", "That makes me sound squeaky clean, but as you see, I make up for it in cigarette smoking and coffee drinking.", "takes a drag of her cigarette", Movieline Magazine, Mar. '98, p. 64
              •  "Winslet drags hard on her cigarette and exhales skyward", Movieline, Mar. '98
              •  "She smokes roll-your-owns like a chimney", Who magazine (Australia), Mar. '98
              •  "We've picked a small Italian cafe in New York's Greenwich Village primarily because the owners have let us smoke... `We bloody well can't do without smoking', she says... She has a slight smoker's breathlessness... She lights another cigarette... Winslet lights us cigarettes", Rolling Stone, Mar. 5, '98
              •  "it was only her craving for a roll-up cigarette which lured her out of the tank' [i.e. a water tank, which she had spent an hour in doing a photo shoot for Vanity Fair magazine]", Daily Mirror, Mar. 11, '98
              •  "Winslet recalls that she and DeCaprio would sometimes lie on the set smoking hand-rolled cigarettes", "I'm smoking like a fucking chimney, so you certainly can.", Rolling Stone, Mar. 15, '98, p. 48
              •  "we layed on a blanket smoking hand-rolled cigarettes", Novella 2000 Magazine (Italy), Apr. '98
              •  "'I'm smoking like a fucking chimney,' she says as she opens her hotel-room door, 'so you certainly can'... We've picked a small Italian cafe in New York's Greenwich Village, primarily because the owners have allowed us to smoke. (When I suggest to her that we could do without in other restaurants we pass, Winslet laughs: 'No, we bloody well can't do without smoking, what are you talking about?')...She has a smoker's slight breathlessness", Frank magazine (UK), Jul. '98
              •  "Kate Winslet has taken her latest movie role rather too literally. The actress, on location in India for Holy Smoke, upset locals by lighting up inside a Hindu temple. Religious types in Pushkar were so distressed they complained to Jane Campion, the film's director. Winslet now sticks to al fresco puffs", Times of London, Oct. 12, '98
              •  "she swears like a trooper and smokes like a chimney", Personality magazine (France), Nov. '98
              •  "She sits at a small table, rolling a cigarette, bare legs slung across one corner.", "A couple of disgruntled newspapers returned the compliment by alleging that Winslet had smoked in one of the town's sacred temples. (She insists that she went outside.)", Electronic Telegraph (UK), Nov. 10, '98
              •  "she sits at a small table, her bare legs slung breezily across one corner, and rolls a cigarette as we talk ... She tries to strike a match and then asks Jim for a lighter, which she drops", The Week, Nov. 15, '98
              •  shown asking for a cigarette in her limo following her wedding, Access Hollywood, Nov. 23, '98
              •  "However, the big occasion [her wedding] appeared to have had an effect on her nerves. Before the car pulled away she wound down a window and asked a guest for cigarettes", Daily Telegraph (UK), Nov. 23, '98
              •  "How the papers cooed over Kate Winslet's wedding this week; the absence of showbiz buzz, the quaint little local church; cheese and onion crisps for all the guests and Embassy fags for the bride - well almost", The Independent (UK), Nov. 25, '98
              •  "roll-up cigarettes - staples of the Winslet style", The Express (UK), Nov. 28, '98
              •  on her wedding day: "As the wedding car draws away, the bride yells: 'I need a ciggie!' out of the window and persuades a friend to chuck her a packet of Marlboro Lights", The Express on Sunday (UK), Nov. 29, '98
              •  "lighting a cigarette", Time Out (UK), Jan. 13, '99
              •  "Thank God [Kate] is still spilling tobacco from her rollies ... 'Oh I can still get on with being me', she smiles, brushing yet more tobacco off her lap", the Guardian (UK), Jan. 14, '99
              •  "She smoked roll-ups throughout our interview. I should have asked if cigarettes replaced overeating, but it's only just occurred to me now. I did ask if she drank much. 'I'm like everyone - I love a drink. But I don't enjoy getting drunk. I'm a bit of a control freak so I don't like the feeling of out of control. I've never taken any drugs in my life, I really haven't. Not even a drag of a joint'", Sunday Times Magazine (UK), Jan. 23, '99
              •  "merely her 'pathological' consummation of 'hand-made' cigarettes reveal a very understandible anxiety", Studio (France), Feb. '99
              •  "Emma and Kate moved in together, bolstering each other up through the shoot, gossiping and sharing roll- up cigarettes.", Scottish Daily Record & Sunday Mail Ltd., Feb. 5, '99
              •  "On her private habits: 'I've never taken any drugs. That makes me sound squeaky-clean, but I make up for it in cigarettes and coffee and occasionally getting plastered and waking up the next morning feeling very sorry for myself'", The Mirror (UK), Feb. 5, '99
              •  "She pounces a Marlboro Light", Empire magazine, Mar. '99
              •  "What's your worst habit? I cannot live without my daily nicotine and coffee injections. It's sad, but what can I tell you? I'm a true Brit!", Looks, Mar. '99
              •  "rolling a cigarette in a suite high above midtown Manhattan", Los Angeles Times, Apr. 17, '99
              •  "rolling herself a cigarette between practiced fingers", Newark Star Ledger, Apr. 21, '99
              •  "In a quiet corner of the lobby-bar of New York's Four Seasons Hotel, Kate Winslet, wearing a chic charcoal suit and rolling her own thin cigarettes from a tobacco pouch", Austin American-Statesman, Apr. 30, '99
              •  "rolling her own thin cigarettes from a tobacco pouch", Orlando Sentinel, May 28, '99
              •  "cigarettes interfere with levels of the female hormone oestrogen and the way body fat is distributed, giving girls outsized stomachs. Smoking stars who may suffer from the effect include larger-than-life model Sophie Dahl and Titanic actress Kate Winslet, who both have giveaway rounded tums", News of the World, Aug. 8, '99
              •  "Ms. Winslet said, rolling a cigarette between courses.", New York Times, Sep. 12, '99
              •  "'Anyway, I'm not fat,' she argues, sipping from a glass of water, which, along with her cigarettes, is all she touches during the whole interview.", Bliss Magazine, '99
              •  "casually rolls a cigarette", InStyle Magazine People Magazine, Oct. '99, p. 378
              •  "She asks for a cigarette.", British 02, Fall '99
              •  "and rolling herself a cigarette." "'A total nightmare,' she says, rolling a cigarette.", "Winslet lights her cigarette, exhales, shakes her head", "cracking her window before lighting up", Premiere Magazine, Nov. '99
              •  "Kate Winslet turns the movie star paradigm on its head. She opens the door to her hotel penthouse suite herself, and invites you into a room cluttered not with minders, publicists or stylists, but no-nonsense paraphernalia: water bottles, mobile phone (that vibrates), roll-your-own cigarettes and assorted clothes... 'I'm probably just a tough bitch', jokes Winslet, swiftly rolling a cigarette.", The Weekend Australian, Dec. 4, '99
              •  "She talks fast, smokes intensely", Sun Herald (Australia), Dec. 12, '99
              •  "Lighting up a cigarette", BeatBoxBetty.com, Feb. 2, '00
              •  "I'm afraid that I'm not a very good example. I smoke. ... Winslet takes a drag off her cigarette", Entertainment News Wire, Feb. 9, '00
              •  "We down three cups of coffee each in 90 minutes while Winslet chain-smokes... All this said on no more breath than Winslet can inhale from several drags of a hand-rolled Golden Virginia cigarette... 'People would come up to me, grab my hands and examine what I was smoking. I'd get really offended because I don't smoke any pot or take any drugs. Never have,' says Winslet, as she takes a long drag off her cigarette", Mademoiselle, Feb. '00, p. 121
              •  "'Who wears the trousers?', Winslet said, smiling and rolling a cigarette", Boston Herald, Feb. 6, '00
              •  "'I'm afraid that I'm not a very good example. I smoke' ... Winslet takes a drag from her cigarette", Arizona Republic, Feb. 11, '00
              •  "'I think 'Holy Smoke' is the type of film that some people are going to love and some are going to go, What is this all about?' Winslet said, rolling a cigarette between courses", Contra Costa Times, Feb. 11, '00
              •  "she bounds into the conference room at the Four Seasons Hotel, an affable bundle of energy casually bedecked in a simple shirt and pants, lit cigarette in her right hand", Mr. Brown's Movies, Feb. 11, '00
              •  "lit cigarette in her right hand...'I'm afraid I'm not a really good example because I smoke' ", where?, Feb. 11, '00
              •  "I'm afraid I'm not a good example because I smoke", IF Magazine, Feb. 18, '00
              •  "she sits down at the massive conference table and rolls a cigarette", "I smoke, which is infinitely terrible for your skin", Mr. Showbiz, Feb. '00
              •  "Coming into a room at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles with a pack of cigarettes", 28th Street Magazine, Feb. '00
              •  "The first time I talk to Kate Winslet she is casual and chatty on a sofa in a London hotel, slugging vodka (this was pre-pregnancy), rolling cigarettes... She waves her roll-up in the air, scattering shreds of tobacco", The Guardian (UK), Mar. 12, '00
              •  quit - "'I'm not smoking now, of course, but I love a drink and I love a party', Winslet said about stopping smoking because of her pregnancy", World Entertainment News Network, Mar. 30, '00
              •  "she is blonde, blue-eyed, no longer worries about her weight, is madly in love with her husband and rolls her own cigarettes", Newcastle Evening Chronicle (UK), Apr. 5, '00
              •  "'Kate, can I bum a cigarette?' purrs Jessica Lange. 'Oh yes, babe' says Kate", Elle, Apr. '00
              •  "a friend of mine in England went to the Holy Smoke premiere in Leicester Square, at the afterparty at a pub, and they saw Kate smoking... so yes I know she was smoking early in her pregnancy", member of Kate Winslet fan club, netizen sighting, Apr. '00
              •  quit - "I gave up smoking when I found out I was pregnant and I always thought that, once she was born, I would want to rush out and have a cigarette but I haven't done that and I don't think I ever will", Daily Mail (UK), Nov. 3, '00
              •  quit - same, World Entertainment News Network, Nov. 3, '00
              •  quit - "'I'm a lot less hectic than I was,' says Winslet in her first interview since her daughter Mia's birth last month. 'I've stopped smoking and I've become a much calmer, softer person.'", The Salon, Nov. 7, '00
              •  quit - "I don think I'll want another cigarette ever again", Straits Times (Singapore), Nov. 7, '00
              •  quit - "When I was in a stressful situation, like doing interviews, I'd be running out for a cigarette and drinking endless cups of black coffee. Now I don't smoke anymore and I'm still totally relaxed", TV Guide online, Nov. 9, '00
              •  quit - "I've stopped smoking", Daily Telegraph (UK), Nov. 11, '00
              •  quit - "I even gave up smoking", Bunte (Germany), Nov. 16, '00
              •  quit - "I've stopped smoking and I've become a much calmer, softer person.", Telegraph (UK), Nov. 20, '00
              •  quit - "Kate, 25, gave up smoking and has said that she feels much calmer since giving birth.", Daily Express (UK), Nov. 30, '00
              •  "While rolling a cigarette, Winslet cheerfully obliged the People-esque query. 'I don't have a huge beauty regime, I'm just not into it. I don't go in for heaps of expensive products. I'm afraid I'm a bit of a soap and water girl ...I don't like things that are scented. And I smoke-which is infinitely terrible for your skin'", Filmbill, '00
              •  "As she lights a hand-rolled cigarette she is composed well beyond her years", Univercity magazine, c. '00
              •  "the former pleasures of swearing and smoking roll-ups banished since pregnancy made one inappropriate and the other foolish. 'Mia has made me calmer,' she smiles. 'Before I'd be sitting here and the ashtray would be full of cigarette ends' ... A few weeks later I bumped into our photographer, who had visited the Threapletons at home, the day punctuated with Kate's repeated trips to the garden for a cigarette. It was the only way that she felt she could reclaim her body for herself after her baby, she explained. Fair enough, but I wish you could have seen the rapturous sincerity on her face when she told me she had quit. 'Completely!' What a girl", Sunday Times (UK), Jan. 7, '01
              •  quit - "I've stopped smoking and I'm a much calmer, softer person", Woman (UK), Jan. 8, '01
              •  "The latest headline is that the 25-year-old is going skinny. 'That's horses***!' She reached for a cigarette and announced: 'I'm going to close this matter once and for all'", Sydney Morning Herald, Feb. 24, '01
              •  "she reached for a cigarette", Sun Herald (Australia), Feb. 25, '01
              •  "with hand-rolled cigarettes", "what gets on her nerves? That she started smoking again after the birth of daughter Mia", Gala (Germany), Mar. 15, '01
              •  "Kate says she knew she'd got pregnant on holiday in Fiji because when she was travelling back home she started to throw up every two minutes and smoking cigarettes made her feel nauseous", Glamour (UK), Apr. '01
              •  "Sense and Sensibility earned Winslet an Oscar nomination as well as inaugurating her sisterly friendship with Emma Thompson. The pair played siblings on screen and while Thompson helped Winslet with advice and taught her how to smoke roll-ups, so Winslet's authentic winsomeness seemed to loosen her mentor's mannered acting style", The Times (UK), Aug. 16, '01
              •  "She astonished some on the set of her new pop video two weeks ago by arriving with four security men for a shoot in a period house in Brick Lane, East London. Miss Winslet is singing on a Christmas single linked to the Christmas Carol film. 'She would not talk to anyone and was really standoffish,' said one co-worker. 'She arrived with a big entourage and was very much the Hollywood star. We were taken aback. She smoked rollups and was totally monosyllabic'", Daily Mail (UK), Sep. 5, '01
              •  quit - "Although her marriage is at an end, it is unlikely to change her attitude to her daughter Mia. She has always been a devoted mother. 'Mia is absolutely gorgeous and completely changed my life. I've stopped smoking, I think I'm a calmer person, definitely not as hectic'", Belfast News Letter (UK), Sep. 26, '01
              •  "Winslet told one reporter that she had given up smoking for good; the reporter then revealed that at a photo shoot shortly afterwards, Winslet had spent most of the day disappearing outside to have a cigarette", Sun Herald (Australia), Sep. 9, '01
              •  "[daughter] Mia has made me so much calmer. Before, I used to smoke loads, drink too much coffee and I'd get all nervous and not eat properly", The People (UK), Oct. 7, '01
              •  "gave up smoking while pregnant...However, she was spotted smoking at this year's Reading Festival", Daily Mail (UK), Oct. 29, '01
              •  quit - "She gave up smoking while pregnant and cut back on alcohol.", MX, Nov. 1, '01
              •  "she earnestly told one reporter about how she had given up smoking only for the story to report gleefully she had been puffing away at the subsequent photo shoot", Sun Herald (Australia), Dec. 23, '01
              •  quit - "Having a baby totally transforms your world ... I'm not so desparate for a cigarette - giving up smoking was a big change for me.", TV Week (Australia), '01
              •  "she rolls her own cigarette, a habit she has re-acquired after having dropped it during her pregnancy", Daily Mail (UK), Jan. 11, '02
              •  "lighting up", Time Out London, Jan. 16, '02
              •  "gasping-for-a-fag-and-ready-to-dish Kate", Evening Standard (UK), Feb. 4, '02
              •  "At one point she expertly rolls a cigarette and lights up, a little defiantly", Daily Record (UK), Feb. 8, '02
              •  "It's early and Kate's hair is still wet from the shower. She's wearing battered boots ('The good old biker boots are back'), trendy Paper Denim jeans and a DKNY fleece. 'So, I'm looking quite the film star - not!' she hoots, and sparks up a cigarette", Elle UK, Feb. '02
              •  "Crowe - along with fellow guest Kate Winslet - was shown the door when he attempted to light up during Sunday's Baftas ceremony at Leicester Square's Odeon. 'The first thing Russell wanted after winning his award was to light up a ciggie', I'm told. Crowe was soon joined by Winslet. 'Kate was very good at rolling her own cigarettes. I couldn't believe how quickly she did it. A security guard offered her a proper cigarette, but she just told him: 'These are proper cigarettes, thank you very much'", Daily Telegraph (UK), Feb. 26, '02
              •  "Poor Mia Winslet must have thought she was in a disaster movie. Eyes stinging as smoke billowed in her face while she clung on to her precariously high perch. But it wasnt a remake of Towering Inferno it was her mum, actress Kate, puffing away on a cigarette as she took her daughter shopping in a backpack. The star - who is dating director Sam Mendes - lit up while roaming around Santa Monica in California, oblivious to the fact that 17-month-old Mia would be breathing in all the smoke. An onlooker said: 'We were amazed that she was smoking a cigarette with her child so close. 'Mia was only a few inches away. The wind must have been blowing it in her face. But obviously Kate was finding things stressful and was in need of a quick puff'. ", News of the World (UK), Mar. 10, '02
              •  "Kate Winslet strolled into the room in her finest pinstriped pantsuit, sat down beside me on the outdoor patio of her room at the Beverly Hilton, and proceeded to roll her own cigarette. There's something shocking about witnessing one of the world's most famous actors take a Zig Zag paper out of her purse and pinch some tobacco", Backstage.com, Mar. 20, '02
              •  "rolled up a cigarette", Gala Magazine, Mar. '02
              •  "It doesn't seem to bother Kate Winslet that her daughter Mia has to smoke heavily with her at the age of just 17 months. On a shopping trip she dragged happily on her cigarette and smoked out her child sitting in a pack on her back. As photos from the 'News of the World' show, Mia tried to get away from the fumes by turning her head away. Onlookers were astonished to see the 'Titanic' star being so negligent. 'It was surprising that she smoked a cigarette with her child so close to her'. Ex-husband Jim Threapleton has already often suggested that Mias mum is not a good mother", Super Illu (Germany), Mar. '02
              •  "sparks up a cigarette", Elle Canada, May '02
              •  "She always described herself as just an ordinary girl, so down to earth she rolled her own cigarettes", Daily Mail (UK), Jul. 27, '02
              •  "at a an aftershow party for the screening of 'Road to Perdition' ... the lovely Kate Winslet was equally unimpressed with the venue: 'I'm a smoker and you can't smoke here, it's so annoying', said the 26-year-old, there to support boyfriend director Sam Mendes", The Mirror (UK), Sep. 20, '02
              •  "I'm a smoker and you can't smoke here. It's so annoying", Daily Express (UK), Sep. 21, '02
              •  "one day last September, Kate Winslet sat on the tatty blue sofa in her bachelor-girl pad ... and rolled a cigarette.", Closer Magazine (UK), Sep. 28, '02
              •  "Kate Winslet was looking a little down in the dumps in North London today, frowning, biting her lip and taking long drags on her roll-up cigarette as she pushed little Mia along in her buggy", Big Pictures (UK), Oct. 22, '02
              •  "In her spare time during the photo shoot for the Jan. '03 cover of Harpers Bazaar magazine, Winslet rolled her own cigarettes", US Weekly, Dec. 23, '02
              •  "The shot of Winslet rolling a cigarette is part of a different aesthetic, similar to the revelation that Cameron Diaz enjoys burpingcompetitions: the implication is that, despite having boobs which she mightlet you touch, she is in fact 'one of the blokes' and your sexual ineptitudewill not hinder you", The Times (UK), Jan. 11, '03
              •  "Kate Winslet, the English Rose, is partial to a cigarette and complained to the press when she wasn't allowed to smoke at the Road toPerdition after-premiere party", The Times (UK), Jan. 15, '03
              •  "the wilful tomboy who ... rolls thin cigarettes from her Golden Virginia tobacco pouch. ... 'By rights, I should have shrivelled skin, because I smoke', she says, rolling another, 'But I don't. It's thanks to my mother'", Vogue (UK), Jan. '03
              •  "Unlike so many of her contemporaries, who might wince at her high-street footwear and roll-up cigarettes, Kate makes no connection between maintaining youthfulness and being offered quality work", Harpers Bazaar, Jan. '03
              •  "Kate's latest way to stay slim: The roll-up diet. With the help of some digital technology, she appeared on a magazine cover recently looking as if she had gone on a crash diet. Now Kate Winslet is trying to replicate the effect in real life by reviving her smoking habit. The 27-year-old star of Titanic is said to be convinced that cigarettes will help suppress her appetite. She was pictured inhaling a roll-up as she pushed her two-year-old daughter Mia in her pushchair close to her North London home. It indicates a change of heart as, just after her daughter was born, the actress said: 'I gave up smoking when I found out I was pregnant and I always thought that, once she was born, I would want to rush out and have a cigarette. But I haven't done that and I don't think I ever will''She has gone back to smoking for a number of reasons but obviously she knows that it can be an aid to dieting, said one friend. 'She has tried to stop a number of times but at the moment she is telling all her friends she needs the cigarettes and we are leaving it at that'. The actress may need a cigarette to calm her nerves after discovering that renovations to her 15th century Cotswold manor house will cost I.7million - 700,000 more than she expected", w/two pics, dragging, Daily Mail (UK), Feb. 12, '03
              •  "the 27-year-old Winslet has lost weight by taking up smoking again", Evening Standard (UK), Feb. 12, '03
              •  "is this Waynetta Slob out and about with her little one? No, it's movie goddess Kate Winslet struggling to push little Mia along the road as she takes long drags on her roll-up cigarette", Daily Star (UK), Feb. 12, '03
              •  "Kate Winslet has a quick pull on a roll-up while pushing daughter Mia, two. In her overcoat, jeans and boots, Kate, 27, looked more like aworkman than a Titanic star in London's posh Hampstead", The Sun (UK), Feb. 13, '03
              •  "The reason why Kate Winslet is back on the roll-ups can now be revealed. The actress, who has never been lucky with property, has confided in family members that the prospect of renovating her country manor house is'too daunting for words'. Winslet and her lover, film director Sam Mendes, paid pounds 3.3 million for the Grade II listed building and its surrounding 20 acres of the Cotswolds", The Mirror (UK), Feb. 14, '03
              •  "Winslet shudders and takes another puff on a hand-rolled cigarette", Times Leader, Feb. 16, '03
              •  "Kate Winslet rolls her own. She sits in a Manhattan hotel suite - peachy skin, honeyed hair, beige cashmere - and effortlessly juggles a pack of cigarette papers the way an actress of an earlier generation might have handled a silver tea service. 'I've been doing this as long as I can remember', she explains in her take-it-or-leave-it voice, 'and yes', she adds slyly, 'it's just tobacco' ... 'Ah yes', she exclaims, snuffing out her ciggy", Toronto Star, Feb. 17, '03
              •  "So - the $64,000 question - how does Winslet look in real life? She looks great. Normal. As she rolls her own cigarettes and complains about the dry winter air sapping moisture from her skin, she looks like a very beautiful size 10", New York Post, Feb. 17, '03
              •  "'I sound like a cracked record when I say this', the 27-year-old British actress said as she rolled a cigarette", Boston Herald, Feb. 17, '03
              •  "effortlessly juggles a pack of cigarette papers the way an actress of an earlier generation might have handled a silver tea service. 'I've been doing this as long as I can remember,' she explains in her take-it-or-leave-it voice, 'and yes,' she adds slyly, 'it's just tobacco'...snuffing out her ciggy", Daily Star (UK), Feb. 17, '03
              •  "When Kate Winslet wanted to lose weight she reached for a cigarette, say her friends. The 27-year-old star of Titanic is said to be convinced that smoking can help her shed excess pounds and blunt her appetite", The Mirror (UK), Feb. 20, '03
              •  "'That fucking thing', she says disgustedly, lighting a cigarette", Canadian Post, Feb. 20, '03
              •  "gesturing toward the GQ with a cigarette she rolled herself, a habit she picked up from her Sense & Sensibility co-star Emma Thompson ... Winslet stubs out her cigarette and lights another before she continues, punctuating her sentences with puffs of smoke ... given the subject matter of her new movie and her unfortunate brush with the GQ airbrush, what memory would Winslet like to have erased? She takes a long drag on her cigarette before answering. 'Can I not answer that?'", National Post, Feb. 21, '03
              •  "She's lounging in baggy trousers, hand-rolling tobacco", Sunday Times Culture Magazine, Feb. 23, '03
              •  "She bounds upstairs to the library, puffing hellos, apologising for being a little late (she lives a few miles away in Hampstcad with the director Sam Mendes), nuking herself a roll-up ... You've never smoked a joint? 'Never, never. Really never. And so many of my friends can vouch for that because they laugh at me hilariously when I just say 'Oh, no, no, I can't, I wouldn't know what to do'", GQ Magazine (UK), Feb. '03
              •  "she produces a bag of tobacco and some cigarette papers. 'It's real tobacco,' she says proudly. 'I've been rolling my own cigarettes forever'", Daily Express (Saturday magazine) (UK), Mar. 1, '03
              •  "Everything about her baggy-trousered, tobacco-rolling appearance suggests that this is a woman who doesn't feel the need to play the star", The Scotsman (UK), Mar. 8, '03
              •  "Watching Winslet light up a rollup and puff away", Metro Life Magazine/Evening Standard (UK), Mar. 14, '03
              •  "Any screen siren who says she values her Doc Martens over Manolo Blahniks is asking for trouble with fashionistas. Plus she likes to roll her own cigarettes ... When she landed her first big role, in New Zealander Peter Jackson's 1994 film Heavenly Creatures, she was working in a London deli. When she got the good news, she had to stop making sandwiches and go outside for 'a good cry and a cigarette'", Sydney Sun Herald (Australia), Apr. 27, '03
              •  "she likes to roll her own cigarettes ... she had to stop making sandwiches and go outside for 'a good cry and a cigarette'.", Sunday Star-Times (UK), May 25, '03
              •  was shown smoking on the set of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" , Entertainment Tonight, May '03
              •  "She can't kick the smoking habit which, she says, keeps her from nibbling between meals", Newcastle Evening Gazette (UK), Aug. 30, '03
              •  "Kate insists she's not obsessed with her skin, saying: 'I'm not anal about it. By rights, I should have shrivelled skin because I smoke. But I haven't'", The Mirror (UK), Sep. 25, '03
              •  shown smoking in the behind-the-scenes, "making of" feature, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2003) (DVD) (US), '03
              •  "'Fuck, I've worked with some great people. Fucking hell, I'm so lucky!', Winslet says as she's sitting in her home office, filling out her Oscar ballot, and puffing on the one rolled cigarette she'll allow herself today ... GOTHAM: Being a temporary transplant here, do you feel connected to New York issues, like Bloomberg's anti-smoking law? KATE WINSLET: I always try to steer clear of talking about anything too political, but yeah, most definitely. I always liked the fact that there was a smoking and a non-smoking section in most restaurants here. And if a restaurant was completely non-smoking, you could choose to go or not go. And now you can t go anywhere and just have a drink and a nice relaxing cigarette. GOTHAM: Still rolling your own, we see. KW: My sister came [to visit] in December from England before Joe was born and said, 'Do you want me to bring anything?' I said, 'Just bring me one packet of tobacco, because I can't get my favorite here.' And I just knew when Joe was born that if I wanted to afford myself that little luxury, I was going to want to have my own little special tobacco'.", Gotham Magazine, Mar. '04
              •  "She rolls a cigarette, simultaneously apologising. 'I allow myself two a day' ", The Guardian (UK), Apr. 10, '04
              •  "She arrives looking more like a mom than the upstart who used to compulsively roll her own cigarettes during interviews", Jane Magazine, Apr. '04
              •  "Since she is a mother, Kate Winslet no longer smokes her hand-rolled Golden Virginia-tobacco cigarettes inside their apartment. But she is not completely quitting smoking. 'I like it too much', she said", Sueddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), Jun. 16, '04
              •  "Having children has not helped the yo-yo effect but from her appearance on Sunday it is obvious she is winning the battle to stay slim. Kate says: 'I try to take care of myself but I am not freaky about it. I still eat things I shouldn't, smoke too much and work out when I have to rather then when I want to'", The Sun (UK), Oct. 19, '04
              •  "During her third rollie of the lunch, for example, she says, 'I don't normally smoke this much; it's just that I won't around the kids, so I'm grabbing the opportunity.' Then later, when I ask her about any celebrity vices and she can't name any, she says. 'I'm not that nice and pure! Really! I do smoke, look'", Elle (UK), Oct. '04
              •  "Minutes after filming the television show Saturday Night Live in the entertainment district of New York, the 29-year-old English star - tobacco, roll-ups and lighter in pocket - rushed out of the smoke-free studios with one thing on her mind after the guest slot hosting Saturday Night Live", The Mirror (UK), Nov. 1, '04
              •  "'There's so much that she has to keep hidden from her children', Ms. Winslet said in her booming voice, politely holding a hand-rolled cigarette at an acute angle behind one ear.", New York Times, Nov. 7, '04
              •  "politely holding a hand-rolled cigarette at an acute angle behind one ear", New York Times, Nov. 20, '04
              •  "She's happy to roll another cigarette (her one vice), sink into the sofa and rattle on candidly about her baby body ... 'I don't feel as though I missed out on my childhood. I did my fair share of snogging behind the bike sheds, and having my first cigarette and eating mints to take the smell away'", Sunday Magazine (Australia), Dec. 19, '04
              •  "Arriving at L.A.'s Hotel Bel-Air for her Glamour interview, Kate Winslet lights up the minute she steps into the suite", Glamour, Dec. '04
              •  "Kate has had her teeth bleached using BriteSmile whitening treatments. Kate's need to have her teeth whitened may have come from her smoking and love of coffee. The actress famously rolls her own cigarettes", The Mirror (UK), Jan. 30, '05
              •  "for Newsweek's annual roundtable discussion about life and art . Winslet, the unforgettable Clementine in 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,' stepped outside for a cigarette", Newsweek, Jan. 31, '05
              •  "The 29-year-old Kate Winslet lit a cigarette during a break from filming in Camden Town, where she is making a new advertisement for American Express", This Is London (UK), Apr. 20, '05
              •  "The Titanic actress was gasping for a smoke", The Mirror (UK), Apr. 20, '05
              •  "Kate was spotted lighting up a home-made ciggie during a break from filming at London's trendy Camden Lock stalls", Daily Star (UK), Apr. 21, '05
              •  "Shooting a commercial in London proved a drag fror Kate Winslet. The Oscar-nominated actress looked more like Dot Cotton than a Hollywood pin-up while working on an advert for American Express. Ignoring a report in the Daily Express that smoking can take seven years off your life, 29-year-old Kate sparked up a hand-rolled cigarette during a break from the shoot", w/pic lighting her roll-up from a friend's filter-tip, Daily Express (UK), Apr. 21, '05
              •  "'The reality is, I'm not a little girl anymore. I don't give a fuck about my weight. I don t smoke 20 roll-ups a day and sit around in my biker boots and swear at everyone (though she still swears a fair amount and rolls a lesser number of cigarettes a day from a packet marked CIGARETTES CAN CAUSE A SLOW AND PAINFUL DEATH in huge letters) ... Director Todd Field tells the story of when he met Winslet, when she was shooting the upcoming remake of All the King s Men. 'Kate was sitting in a chair devouring a cigarette', he said", Vogue, Jul. '05
              •  "SIGHTINGS: Kate Winslet at Frederick's till closing time, smoking cigarettes, drinking and talking with a girlfriend and manhattansociety.com honcho Chris London", New York Post (Page Six gossip column), Oct. 7, '05
              •  "That was Kate Winslet ... standing with pals outside the ZiegfeldTheater minutes before curtain. Winslet was smokin'-hot in a lacy black Dolce & Gabbana dress - and smoking like a chimney", New York Daily News, Nov. 1, '05
              •  smokes off-set in a "making of" special feature, Romance & Cigarettes (2005) DVD, c. '05
              •  "Some people don't buy into the whole 'I'm so down-to-earth' thing that makes Winslet so appealing to others. They don't trust the roll-up cigarettes (non-evident today), the big boots, the swearing-like-a-trooper routine", Elle, Jan. '06
              •  "I've just smoked a Golden Virginia rollie. Friends bring packets of it over from England", Sunday Times (UK), Mar. 19, '06
              •  "I try to take care of myself, but I'm not freaky about it. I stilleat things I shouldn't, smoke too much", OK! Magazine, (UK), Apr. 4, '06
              •  "British actress Kate Winslet takes a break from filming new movie Holiday - by lighting up on the streets of Los Angeles on April 12, 2006. Kate chatted to passers-by about her habit, and about making the movie with co-stars Jude Law and Cameron Diaz. She has to smoke outdoors - smoking inside is now illegal in all California buildings", Gettyimages, Apr. 12, '06
              •  "Kate Winslet and Emma Thompson are partial to them, Johnny Depp has his with a hint of licorice, and Jeremy Irons can make one single-handed while driving. The common thread for this elite group of actors is that they all roll their own cigarettes", The Independent (UK), Apr. 17, '06
              •  "One in every four smokes consumed each year in the UK is now a roll-up. Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson, Johnny Depp and Jeremy Irons are aficionados", Daily Telegraph (UK), Apr. 18, '06
              •  "Tim Robbins ... did kindly ask his interviewer for permission before he lit up. So did Kate Winslet when I had a private chat with her in a small, confined room at the Intercontinental. 'Do you mind if I smoke?'she asked oh-so-sweetly, then I nodded approval. Kate's a tough cookie offscreen as well as on. She rolls her own. Not like a rapper stuffing a joint, but so gingerly that she looked like a governess rolling up an infant's sock", Los Angeles Times, Sep. 14, '06
              •  "She took a drag of a roll-up and explained a very simple truth", Daily Mail (UK), Sep. 15, '06
              •  "I personally witnessed Kate Winslet roll her own cigarette during our interview at the Four Seasons, but if there is to be a fine levied in order to preserve the integrity of Winslet's lungs, I will be obliged to split it with her, inasmuch as I told her I would be grateful if she'd roll one and blow a little smoke my way ... Anyway, Winslet was very dainty, both in the rolling and the smoking phases of the production", San Jose Mercury News, Sep. 16, '06
              •  "although it's only morning, she's already smoked through the firstof her two daily cigarettes. At the moment, there's just an ash between herfingers. 'People often think I'm smoking a joint', she said, 'but I've neversmoked a joint in my life. Yet people think I'm this big dope fiend'",Philadelphia Daily News, Sep. 22, '06
              •  "the aromatic English tobacco that Penn's co-star, Kate Winslet, had just rolled for herself during the recent Toronto International Film Festival filled the hotel suite with the unmistakable scent of a Sussex sock drawer. 'These smell much nicer than regular cigarettes,' she says, licking the seam of a rolling paper, 'and you'll notice the smoke won't fill the room'", San Jose Mercury News, Sep. 24, '06
              •  "rolled her own cigarette after politely inquiring, 'Do you mind if I smoke?'", USA Today, Oct. 5, '06
              •  "Smoking a hand-rolled cigarette -- her one remaining concession to sin, apparently -- she flicks the ashes into the tin lid of a jar of gummi bears and parses aspects of this strange woman she found herself playing", Boston Globe, Oct. 15, '06
              •  "is holding court in a Park Avenue hotel, smoking cigarettes and popping gummi-things... rolling a cigarette... where's Kate Winslet? Sitting in an empty office building, all alone, with the book for All the King's Men in front of her, completely dog-eared, marked up, going through it, smoking", Philadelphia Inquirer, Oct. 15, '06
              •  "rolling a cigarette in a Toronto hotel suite", Chicago Tribune, Oct. 15, '06
              •  "Now 31, Kate Winslet retains a luscious milkmaid prettiness even when sparking her Golden Virginia roll-ups", Scotland on Sunday (UK), Oct. 15, '06
              •  "'Is it all right that I'm smoking?' she asks", Toronto Star, Oct. 20, '06
              •  "Kate smokes Golden Virginia roll-ups", Independent on Sunday (UK), Nov. 5, '06
              •  "Smoking a hand-rolled cigarette - her one remaining concession to sin, apparently - she flicks the ashes into the tin lid of a jar of gummi bears", Boston Globe, Nov. 29, '06
              •  "Her coffee is taken very hot and strong, her unfiltered cigarettesrolled by herself -- although, she says, she only smokes during interviews",Time, Dec. 4, '06
              •  "does not want to stop, but to smoke less", 20 Minuten (Switzerland), Jan. 12, '07
              •  "She also gets up at 5.30am to pack kids' lunches. She swears, smokes, eats, drinks and loves to laugh", Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), Jan. 28, '07
              •  "Winslet slugs what looks like extra-creamy hot chocolate and skins up a steady string of perfectly tubular Golden Virginas. (She smokes like a teenager - tentative pulls, head tilted back for the exhale) ... 'I'm Kate from fucking Reading!', she laughs, sparking up another cigarette ... Suddenly, she stubs her fag, leaps to her feet ... She goes for her fag, realises it's stubbed... She flops back down, breathless, reaches again for the baccy", TotalFilm (UK), Jan. '07
              •  "swears, smokes, eats, drinks and loves to laugh", Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), Jan. 29, '07
              •  "she feels real, down to her flair for salty language and the cigarettes she rolls herself and lights up quite often", Hollywood Life magazine, Jan./Feb. '07
              •  "[Todd Field] came to my office in Santa Monica and we just sat on the carpet and smoked cigarettes and had coffee", Fade In magazine, Feb. '07
              •  "puffing a cigarette on the red carpet", Der Tagesspiegel (Germany), Apr. 22, '07
              •  "with her rolled cigarettes, biker boots and saying 'fuck' constantly", Vogue (France), Sep. '07
              •  "She plonks herself down right next to Sky Movies, lights a fag and very politely asks for a coffee", Sky Movies, Dec. '07
              •  quit - "Smoking rolled cigarettes - over. Biker boots and swearing - over, too", Vogue (Australia), Jan. '08
              •  "Kate Winslet smokes a cigarette during a break on the set of The Reader in Goerlitz, Germany", Kate Winslet Fan web site, Mar. '08
              •  "Kate Winslet, smoking a ciggie", Kateblogsworth.wordpress.com, Oct. 17, '08
              •  "The 33-year-old actress, wearing high black boots, black jeans, a black jacket, and a white T-shirt, speaks animatedly and uninhibitedly as - the health-conscious will not be pleased to hear - she smokes a cigarette she has just rolled herself", Parade magazine, Nov. '08
              •  "admits she has just been upstairs indulging in her only known vice - smoking. Winslet, 33, rolls her own cigarettes; she picked up the habit on the set of Sense and Sensibility when she was 19. 'I don't smoke around my kids,' she's quick to point out. 'Like that makes it any better that I smoke at all, because obviously it doesn't. But I don't smoke in the house. I mean, I had a cigarette this morning, which is because I hadn't been. Coffee and a cigarette: bingo!'", Vanity Fair, Dec. '08
              •  "She was perched on a sofa in the Waldorf Astoria, smoking hand-rolled cigarettes and ashing elegantly into a bottle of water", New York Observer, Dec. 9, '08
              •  "She goes silent and announces, 'I need a cigarette.' She returns with tobacco and papers and shakily begins rolling, oblivious to New York's anti-smoking by-laws", Toronto Sun, Dec. 11, '08
              •  "Winslet says, in a voice slightly lowered and abraded by roll-up cigarettes. ... that's how they categorised me: the girl whose weight went up and down, who wore biker boots, smoked rollies and said 'fuck' and 'bugger' a lot ... She begins rolling a cigarette", Telegraph (UK), Dec. 12, '08
              •  "a voice slightly lowered and abraded by roll-up cigarettes...begins rolling a cigarette", Daily Telegraph (UK), Dec. 12, '08
              •  "Kate Winslet [and] Leonardo DiCaprio were travelling to a Los Angeles screening of their new movie [Revolutionary Road (2008)] when Kate wound down the window to light a cigarette and was confronted by an over-zealous fan.", China Daily, Dec. 15, '08
              •  "Does Kate sit around smoking cigarettes, pondering the bleak nothingness of it all? (Yes on the cigs, and no on the rest, it turns out.)", Philadelphia Inquierer, Dec. 18, '08
              •  "Does Kate sit around smoking cigarettes, pondering the bleak nothingness of it all? (Yes on the cigs, and no on the rest, it turns out.)", The Star (Malaysia), Dec. 18, '08
              •  "a pouch of rolling tobacco laid ceremoniously before her ... she rolls her own cigarettes, but then, smokes them so theatrically that all that's missing is a cigarette holder.", Guardian (UK), Dec. 19, '08
              •  "Winslet is a playful mother and a prankish friend, someone who smiles easily, takes the subway and rolls her own cigarettes", Star-Ledger, Dec. 20, '08
              •  "She'll drop the occasional F-word, rolls her own smokes and prefers spike-heeled boots", USA Today, Dec. 22, '08
              •  "digging out a pouch of rolling tobacco and a pack of green Rizla ... What makes Winslet so damn likeable is that she can still appear to be one of us, an ordinary mortal who smokes and swears ... She sighs and lights another cigarette ... Talking, listening, even rolling a cigarette in her lap with practiced precision", Voyager, Jan. 1, '09
              •  "rolling a cigarette", Irish Times, Jan. 3, '09
              •  "I would like to give up smoking, which is something I picked up in my teens", Reveal magazine, Jan. 7, '09
              •  "Kate Winslet was anxious to get inside to the Golden Globes ceremony, but not because she thought it was going to be her night. ... The Bagger caught her coming off the stage in the interview room. 'Can you believe it,' she said, planting a hug on the Bagger. 'You were right.' Full stop, long look. 'You smell of cigarettes,' she said. Busted, the Bagger admitted he might of snuck one. 'Give me one,' she said. 'I'll probably need it later'", New York Times (Carpetbagger blog), Jan. 11, '09
              •  "her centre-stage gaffe reassures us that beneath the Hervé Léger tourniquet and expensive highlights, she's still the down-to-earth girl from the Home Counties who smokes roll ups", Telegraph (UK), Jan. 13, '09
              •  "Dressed in jeans and a vest-top, hair bleached ash-blonde and pulled back in a ponytail, Kate Winslet sits in hubby Sam Mendes' office in downtown Manhattan, confidently fixing us with cloudy grey-green eyes and tapping at her cigarette. ... Lights a cigarette.", Total Film, Jan. 15, '09
              •  "says she spends most of her time 'fussing over the children and nipping upstairs to the roof for the occasional cigarette'", Sunday Express (UK), Jan. 18, '09
              •  "My husband is a fantastic support. He knows when to leave me alone with a cup of tea and a pack of cigs, and, if I break down in tears, he takes me in his arms", Contact Music, Jan. 19, '09
              •  "The ordeal is said to have taken its toll on Winslet - who still smokes cigarettes to combat her nerves", Daily Mail (UK), Jan. 24, '09
              •  "still smokes cigarettes to combat her nerves", Mail on Sunday (UK), Jan. 25, '09
              •  "I had a cigarette with Kate outside", Colchester Gazette (UK), Jan. 31, '09
              •  "Trying not to pinch herself too much, things got even more exciting when Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes turned up. 'I had a cigarette with Kate outside,' she said", Gazette News, Jan. 31, '09
              •  "In her interviews she literally lit one cigarette from another", Hamburger Abendblatt (Germany), Feb. 6, '09
              •  "Self-rolled, filterless: This woman chain-smokes! And, indeed, throughout the entire interview", Bild-Zeitung (Germany), Feb. 6, '09
              •  "smoked a self-rolled cigarette", Bunte magazine (Germany), Feb. 7, '09
              •  "quietly rolls a cigarette", Berliner Morgenpost (Germany), Feb. 7, '09
              •  "'You don't win two, you don't win . . . two!' crows Winslet about the Globes, leaning back in her chair as she rolls a cigarette", Los Angeles Times, Feb. 11, '09
              •  "enjoyed a furtive cigarette break during the Bafta dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel", Daily Mail (UK), Feb. 13, '09
              •  "she enjoyed a furtive cigarette break during the Bafta dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel", Daily Mail (UK), Feb. 14, '09
              •  "California's anti-smoking law doesn't apply to Oscar night revelers. Supporting actor nominee Josh Brolin is puffing away while at a cocktail table with wife Diane Lane and Jessica Alba, whose hand he kisses in greeting. In the semi-outside area in back, Natalie Portman, Jason Segel and now Winslet are taking their drags", Chicago Tribune, Feb. 23, '09
              •  "Over in the corner, Winslet is winding down as well, still clutching her Oscar, calm enough now for a smoke", Washington Post, Feb. 24, '09
              •  "she spends most of her time fussing over her children and their various schedules, cooking, and nipping upstairs to the roof for the occasional cigarette. (She rolls her own.)", InStyle, Feb. '09
              •  "She rolled a skinny cigarette, which she lit and relit throughout the interview", Los Angeles magazine, Feb. '09
              •  "Kate simultaneously manages to roll a cigarette, order coffee, apologise for being late", Elle (UK), Feb. '09
              •  "She sits back, unwraps a pouch of tobacco and rolls a cigarette, a habit she says shell work on shedding after the Oscars", Time, Mar. 2, '09
              •  "After breaking the ice, she lights a cigarette (which she rolled herself), a vice about which she is not ashamed", Elle (Quebec), Apr. 29, '09
              •  "'Ah, my dad's whistle,' she remembers, rolling a cigarette at filmmaker husband Sam Mendes's production office in New York ... 'So I thought, Oh, fuck it, I'm just going to do it', she said as she rolls another cigarette ", Harpers Bazaar (UK), Jul. '09
              •  "relaxed with a cigarette and a drink while wearing a small black bikini on the deck of a boat in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, today", w/pic, Popsugar, Mar. 15, '10
              •  "Kate Winslet relaxed with a cigarette and a drink while wearing a small black bikini on the deck of a boat in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico", Popsugar, Mar. 16, '10
              •  "Winslet was spotted today in Mexico, smokin' cigarettes and sipping cocktails", Gothamist, Mar. 16, '10
              •  "There's nothing that Kate loves more than a roll-up cigarette and a good row", Daily Mail (UK), Mar. 16, '10
              •  "was chain smoking as she tried to deal with the marriage breakdown", Daily Mail (UK), Mar. 17, '10
              •  "Friends said Miss Winslet had been 'very stressed and on the edge' in recent months and was chain smoking as she tried to deal with the marriage breakdown", Daily Mail (UK), Mar. 17, '10
              •  "The floors are covered with shabby-chic Persian rugs and there are spectacular roof gardens with great views across the Hudson River. It is here Kate always goes to smoke - her one indulgence", Daily Mail (UK), Mar. 20, '10
              •  "If I smoke a cigarette, will you not write that I smoked a cigarette?", Times (UK), Apr. 3, '10
              •  "So she takes this drag off her cigarette, and she turns to me with her great English accent, and says: 'Photographic memory'.", Wetpaint, Aug. 19, '11
              •  "The new couple reportedly dined with friends at the Jules Verne restaurant within the Eiffel Tower, enjoyed an after dinner smoke, and soaked in the sites of Paris", w/pic, Sugarslam, Sep. 11, '10
              •  "After feasting with friends, the hot new couple could be seen enjoying a cigarette and a view of the historic iron lattice tower", Faded Youth, Sep. 13, '10
              •  "Kate walks through the doors ... asking whether I wouldn't mind moving to one of the tables outside where she can smoke ... a table is found ... near a wall displaying an ancient spattering of bird shit. But Winslet doesn't seem to care, rolling the first of several cigarettes (the apparatus for whose construction she keeps in a little black pouch) ... 'my children need me to be the healthiest version of myself that I possibly can be' - she gestures to the table and laughs - 'she says, having a fag and a glass of wine'", Vogue (UK), Apr. '11
              •  "I roll my own cigarettes", Elle (France), Dec. '11
              •  "She admits that she smoked a cigarette outside so she would not disturb the journalist with her addiction to nicotine. After he assured her that it's not a problem if she smokes inside, the rest of the conversation took place in a cloud of smoke", Psychologie (France), Dec. '11
              •  "I don't have an alarm clock but, as soon as I open my eyes, between 7 and 8, I jump out of bed. If I don't, I feel like I've wasting my day. I brush my teeth, swallow a cup of tea, and roll my first cigarette. I should have a baboon's skin the amount I smoke", Elle magazine, when?
              •  "Chris Evans: but you do like a fag, don't you? Kate: I do! Bit of a smoker! Bit of a smoker! Bit of a fag ash girl! C: This causes a problem in California doesn't it? K: This is a BIG problem in California because you can't smoke anywhere. C: Right K: And they even have no smoking parking meters now! C: OK tell us about this, this is a good story! K: Now this no smoking parking meter, I swear to God, it's the funniest thing. You stop at the parking meter and it says (yet another dodgy american accent) 'There is no smoking at this parking meter' and you think 'what on earth does that mean?' and it was explained to me, that that what it means is you can't smoke in your car when you pull up at the parking meter, you can't smoke within a certain metre radius of the parking meter, I mean, it is so absolutely ridiculous! C: And if yuo get out smoking you get arrested or something stupid! K: Compleatly, yeah, you'd get arrested. Drives you mad! I mean, you go out for dinner you wanna sit there and have a fag, don't you? I mean you can't. And the other thing is you can't say 'fag' because 'fag' in America means gay C: (Looking distressed) Yeah, we know all about that, K: So I'm walking around saying 'you got a fag? Got a fag?'", TFI Friday talk show (UK), when?
              •  "One of the most compelling reasons to see it sits across the table from me puffing cigarettes, her blonde hair dangling into her pasta... Kate, dragging on a new cigarette", Sunday Times (UK), when?
              •  "While rolling a cigarette", Filmbill, when?
              •  "Favorite foods: cigarettes and coffee", Kate Winslet fan club web site, when?
              •  "One of Kate's vices is smoking, cigarettes of course - she seems to prefer rolling her own, with Drum tobacco.", website
              •  Emma Thompson's diary published with "Sense and Sensibility" screenplay
              •  "Kate smokes a lot...'I cannot do without my nicotine and coffee'", Movieline, when?
              •  "Being a fan of classical music, Oasis, and the Indigo Girls, Kate's a big smoker. In her appearance on the 'Rosie O'Donnell Show' in January '98, Rosie teased Kate about her smoking. Also, during the filming of 'Titanic', Kate and her co-star Leonardo DiCaprio were seen chain-smoking together during breaks", Kate Winslet fan page, when?
              •  "we move to the smoking section so she can proceed to roll the first of many cigarettes", no longer available, www.rocktropolis.com
              •  "Kate smokes a lot (she rolls her own cigarettes) and she loves coffee (Starbucks is her favorite): 'I cannot do without my nicotine and coffee'", website biography, when?
              •  "As she sits down for our interview, she chews a toothpick like a cab dispatcher. When a lumberjack-shirted publicist approaches with a pack of cigarettes, he asks almost bashfully, 'Do you mind smoking filtered?'", where?, when?
              •  "Kate walks in. She is beautiful. Her skin is perfect. She lights a cigarette. The hippie attaches a microphone to her beautiful shirt. Kate smokes.", where?, when?
              •  "could not resist tobacco and smokes even when shopping...mad about tobacco" w/ pic dragging, Revue du Liban, when?
  • Pictures of her smoking
              •  full page, posed, Premiere Magazine (UK), Mar. '96
              •  cig in magazine spine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Oct. '96, p. 182
              •  holding between teeth, cover of entertainment/style section, NY Daily News, Jan. 11, '97
              •  between takes during making of Hamlet, The Express on Sunday (UK), Jan. 26, '97
              •  posed, holding, Sun TV Super Guide, Mar. 7, '98
              •  holding, posed, Seven Days magazine (Canada), Mar. 7, '98
              •  same, The Express, Apr. 14, '98
              •  same, TV Quick, Feb. 20-26, '99
              •  posed, holding, Movieline, Sep. '99
              •  clutching pack of Marlboro Lights at the US premiere of Holy Smoke, Mail on Sunday (UK), Jan. 23, '00
              •  candid, dragging on the last fraction of a filter-tip, The Mirror (M supplement) (UK), Feb. 24, '01
              •  candid, dangling roll-up, Heat (UK), Aug. 11-17, '01
              •  holding a packet of Golden virginia tobacco and a roll up cigarette, "Being Mick" (Channel 4) (UK), Nov. 22, '01
              •  candid, exhaling, News of the World (UK), Mar. 9, '02
              •  candid, inhaling hand-rolled cigarette, News of the World (UK), Mar. 10, '02
              •  candid, inhaling and exhaling while pushing her baby in a stroller, London, where?, Oct. 22, '02
              •  candid, pack of Marlboro Lights on table in front of her, London, where?, Oct. '02
              •  candid, holding, Sunday Express (S2 supplement) (UK), Jan. 26, '03
              •  inhaling, candid, Daily Star (UK), Feb. 12, '03
              •  licking a cigarette paper while rolling cigarette, posed, GQ Magazine (UK), Feb. '03
              •  holding an all-white, hand-rolled, candid, Star Magazine (US), Mar. 11, '03
              •  holding, still from Romance & Cigarettes (2005), Daily Mail (UK), May 8, '04
              •  holding, candid, Daily Mail (UK), May 8, '04
              •  holding lighter and pouch of Golden Virginia tobacco, candid, on the set of Little Children, Rex Features (UK), Aug. 1, '05
              •  holding, posed, Vanity Fair, Dec. '08
  • Collections of pictures of her smoking
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  • Pictures from the net
             
  • inhaling, Jude (1996)
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  • inhaling, Jude (1996)
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  • dangling, Jude (1996)
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  • dangling, Jude (1996)
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  • Iris (2001)
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  • small picture, 32k
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  • inhaling, Iris (2001), 11k
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  • holding, Iris (2001), 12k
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  • posed, holding, 99k
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  • posed, holding
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  • posed, dangling
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  • holding
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  • dragging, Jude (1996)
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  • candid
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  • Jude (1996)
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  • Jude (1996)
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  • inhaling, candid, The Sun (UK), Feb. 12, '03, 67k
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  • holding a cigarette, candid, set of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2003), New York, Jan. '03
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  • dragging, candid, set of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2003), Jan. '03, 6k
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  • dragging, 16k
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  • lighting up, Romance & Cigarettes (2005)
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  • dangling, posed, Der Spiegel Magazine (Germany), Apr. '99
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  • holding, candid, on the set of All the King's Men (2005), New Orleans, Feb. 9, '05
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  • holding, 8k
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  • holding, candid, on the set of American Express TV commercial, London, Apr. 20, '05
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  • exhaling, candid, on the set of American Express TV commercial, London, Apr. 20, '05
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  • about to drag, candid, on the set of American Express TV commercial, London, Apr. 20, '05
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  • holding, Romance & Cigarettes (2005), 38k
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  • holding lighter and pouch of Golden Virginia tobacco, candid, on the set of Little Children, Aug. '05, 36k
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  • holding lighter and pouch of Golden Virginia tobacco, candid, on the set of Little Children, Aug. '05, 22k
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  • holding, candid, on the set of American Express commercial, 18k
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  • dragging
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  • dragging, Romance & Cigarettes (2005)
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  • holding, Romance & Cigarettes (2005), 26k
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  • ashtray on chair next to her, candid, on the set of Holiday, The (2006), Mar. 16, '06, 44k
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  • holding
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  • holding
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  • dragging, candid, Los Angeles, Apr. 12, '06
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  • Romance & Cigarettes (2005)
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  • candid, holding, 17k
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  • dragging, 82k
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  • dangling, 70k
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  • dragging, candid, New York, Oct. 16, '08
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  • lighting up a hand-rolled cigarette, candid, New York, Oct. 16, '08, 30k
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  • lighting up a hand-rolled cigarette, candid, New York, Oct. 16, '08
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  • lighting up a hand-rolled cigarette, candid, New York, Oct. 16, '08, 32k
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  • holding pack of Golden Virginia, 3, '08, 217k
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  • holding, 163k
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  • dangling, 67k
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  • holding, candid, 2009 Vanity Fair Oscar party, Feb. 22, '09
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  • full ashtray on bed next to her
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  • holding
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  • dragging
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  • dragging
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  • holding
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  • same, holding
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  • holding, small, candid, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Mar. '10
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  • holding, small, candid, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Mar. '10
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  • dragging, candid, Mar. 14, '10
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  • dragging
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