Since his release from prison in 1995, Howard Marks has skilfully marketed himself as the world’s friendliest drug dealer. He never killed anyone during his criminal career and refused to deal in hard drugs. During the Eighties, Howard Marks had 43 aliases, 89 phone lines and 25 companies throughout the world dealing dope. Once described as 'the most sophisticated drugs baron of all time', he has been connected with the Mafia, the IRA, MI6 and the CIA. After being released from Terre Haute, he released his bestselling autobiography, 'Mr Nice', in 1996. His live shows discuss his life as a marijuana smuggler and his views on drug use and legalisation.