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'Jay and Silent Bob' Star Jason Mewes Is 9 Years Sober After a Long Battle With Drug Addiction

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Two of Hollywood’s favorite stoner icons, Jay and Silent Bob, are returning to the screen later this year. 

The popular characters, who are played by Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith, haven’t appeared in a film together since 2006’s Clerks II (though they did lend their voices to the 2013 animated feature Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie).

In the 13 years since the duo's last on-camera appearance, a lot has changed for 45-year-old Jason, who battled a severe drug addiction during his frequent collaborations with Kevin in the ‘90s and early ‘00s. 

As fans eagerly await the release of their new movie, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot — which hits theaters October 2019 — here's an update on Jason, his sobriety, and his seemingly new set of teeth.