In his words: "I've never been a drinker or drugger, but where I've historically indulged like Tony Montana was with junk food. I never had a bowl of cereal; I'd eat a box."
The brilliant filmmaker who brought us Clerks, Mallrats, and Dogma, has always been a guy who swims in self-deprecation when it comes to his body image. But Smith's family history of diabetes scared the director into shedding over 20 pounds in 2007. We give the guy all the credit in the world for paying attention to hereditary health risks — and we're willing to bet Smith will stick to his new lifestyle and drop a few more pounds.
Least Fit Moment
In 2007, Smith revealed in his blog the real reason why he can't lose weight: "I don't have a weight problem. There are people who can work their asses off to lose weight only to find that their genetics conspire against their best efforts. I'm not one of those people. I can lose weight — I just have a problem with getting off my fat ass. What can I say? I'm just a lazy fuck."