Ian Fraser "Lemmy" Kilmister was born on 24 December 1945 in Burslem, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England and he is a Heavy Metal musician best known as bassist, vocalist, songwriter and founding and sole constant member of the rock band Motörhead as well as a member of Hawkwind. Nowadays he is a cult icon for rock and metal listeners.

Being a smoker all his life Lemmy, usually smokes Marlboro Red and is also famous for drinking and doing drugs in his youth. However he always dedicated his life to music and worked hard, constantly touring and creating new albums.

Having imbibed a tremendous amount of alcohol, cigarettes and speed throughout his career, Lemmy is starting to live a much healthier life. The frontman was forced to step back from his hard-partying ways in 2013 due to serious health issues. At Wacken 2013, Motorhead was forced to cut their set short after Lemmy suffered from exhaustion, but the iconic frontman is looking forward to what’s to come this year, drastically altering his lifestyle to attain those goals.

On his time off from the road, Lemmy has begun a regimen of riding an exercise bike every day, seriously cutting back on his alcohol intake and cutting down his cigarette habit from two packs of Marlboro Reds a day to just one or two cigarettes a day.