Over the years there have been plenty of Hollywood stars that have been drawn in by the glitz of the Las Vegas casinos, and we now also see some very famous faces as regular in Poker tournaments in the town too. Here are a few of the Hollywood stars that you are likely to see in the casinos, online Roulette games and Poker rooms in Las Vegas.
A regular in the Vegas casinos, Poker room, and Poker tournaments in Vegas over the years, Ben Affleck is actually regarded as a very good Poker player. His is also a very welcomed player with the dealers too, as he I supposed to be a legendary tipper that often throws four and five figure tips the dealer’s way when he has a good win.
The ex pro basketball player has had well documented problems with gambling, and claims to have lost over $10 million through gambling. He is working hard to control this, and says he just wants to gamble to have fun, and not to go broke. He has been working with his agent to try and get his gambling to a level where it is just a fun past time for him.
Charlie Sheen is as big-a celebrity as they come, and he is just as well known for his extra-curricular activities as he is for his acting roles. Charlie loves to gamble, and while he was married to Denise Richards he was rumoured to be gambling away around $200,000 a week, mostly on sports betting. He is also a regular in many of the Las Vegas casinos, and plays high stakes Blackjack, Craps and Poker.
Jennifer Tilly used to be an actress, and you would have seen her in movies such as Bullets over Broadway, the Getaway and the Chucky movie franchise too. But now she makes a living as a professional Poker player, and you will regularly see her at big televised Poker tournaments. She is a pretty good player too, and has won a World Series of Poker bracelet in the ladies no limit Texas Holden tournament.
Best known for her role as Nadia in the popular American Pie movies, Shannon Elizabeth is often found in Las Vegas and loves to play Poker as much as possible. She is regarded as being one of the best celebrity players on the circuit and she was in the cash prizes in the 2006 and 2007 World Series of Poker tournament and finished 3rd in the NBC National Heads-Up challenge.