Top Reddit IAmA's The latest IAmA's collected from Reddit Pierce Brosnan. Keep it simple. Actor, activist, producer, father, "November Man." AMA. Hello. Pierce here.

My latest film is The November Man. You can view the official trailer here:

It's in theaters next Wednesday, August 27th.

Here with Victoria from reddit to take your questions. AMA.

Edit Well, thanks to one and all out there who have supported my career all these years. I am forever grateful to you. I really, sincerely, hope you enjoy The November Man. I shall carry on doing my best to entertain you all. And love life! Be lucky! Do good things.

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
Jewel Staite AMA! Hi! I'm Jewel, actress, blogger, food eater, wine drinker, and overall mouthpiece. My latest project is a comedy chastely titled How To Plan An Orgy in a Small Town. We've set up a crowndfunding campaign you kind of need to check out or I'll be really upset and probably cry and stuff: Welcome to my AMA. I shall take every question deathly seriously. ALSO DISCLAIMER DISCLAIMER: I didn't know you couldn't edit the title of your AMA until I posted it. To reiterate: I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I AM DOING.

THANK YOU for all your questions, you crazy goofs! Love you guys. So fun. XOXOXO

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
I am Seth Meyers, host of NBC's Late Night and the 66th Annual Primetime Emmys. Ask Me Anything! Seth Meyers here, coming to you from my dressing room in Downtown L.A.'s Nokia Theater, where come Monday I'll be hosting the 66th Annual Primetime Emmys.

This past February I became host of NBC's Late Night franchise. I've had the opportunity to interview Reddit favorites like Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chris Pratt, Lena Headey, Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, plus tons of other actors, musicians, authors, athletes and more...

Before I joined Late Night, I spent over a decade on Saturday Night Live, where I served as a cast member, head writer and Weekend Update anchor. Some highlights thanks to Yahoo! Screen here. I'm also excited to share with you the Hulu animated series The Awesomes was just picked up for a third season! More info on that here.

Ask me about the Emmys, Late Night, SNL, The Awesomes, comics, books, sports, television and...anything!


UPDATE: Thanks, everyone for the questions! I really enjoyed my first AMA. Watch the Emmys on NBC Monday, Aug. 25 at 8pmET/5pm PT and Late Night weeknights on NBC at 12:35/11:35c!

Have a great day!


Wed, 20 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
I am Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe, and former Adventure Time storyboarder, AMA! Me and my amazing Crewniverse are working hard on Steven Universe, please ask me anything about the show! I'll give you everything but spoilers!


Official Show Blog:

EDIT-- 5PM I know this should be ending but I'm going to stick around for a while! I'll try to get to as many as I can! Thanks so much everybody!

EDIT AGAIN-- Still going! I'll give it at least another hour! Thanks again!

EDIT AGAIN-- I have to get going! But I might sneak on later tonight, and do a little more. Thank you so much everyone, for your wonderful questions! This was so much fun!

Oh and one last EDIT! We're coming back with NEW STEVEN UNIVERSE EPISODES! THURSDAY NIGHTS AT 6:30!!! Starting tomorrow!!! Please tune in!!!

ALRIGHT! Goodnight everyone! So nice talking to you all!

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
We are Colossal Order & Paradox Interactive, the developers and publishers of the upcoming hardcore city builder game Cities: Skylines -- AMA Hello Reddit!

We are the developers and publishers of an upcoming city builder game called Cities: Skylines, which was recently announced at Gamescom 2014. You can see our reveal trailer here ( for a quick look at what we're talking about today. Our aim was to make a hardcore, no-nonsense city builder - big cities, modding, offline play (we still can't believe that's a feature that needs to be stated) and much more. We're huge management nerds and have been talking about making a proper city builder for years. We're really happy we finally got to do it.

To give you the best possible chance to get a proper answer to your questions, we've gathered several team members from different areas and responsibilities. With no further ado, here's who's up for interrogation:

Mariina Hallikainen - Colossal Order - co_martsu Colossal CEO, in charge of everything and constantly suggesting pink stuff to be added to the games

Karoliina Korppoo - Colossal Order - KaroliinaK Lead designer working on Cities: Skylines. Constantly saying NO to pink things.

Shams - Paradox Interactive - pdx_shams - @shamsjorjani

Head of the Unicorn division - in charge of the game portfolio at Paradox - finds, signs and designs new games.

Jacob Munthe - Paradox Interactive - JMunthe Brand Manager, in charge of the Cities games Paradox Interactive Cities and general strategy game nerdlord.

Feel free to direct your question to a specific person, otherwise you'll get a reply from whomever feels most relevant.

So ask away about the game, us, Colossal Order, Paradox Interactive, PC gaming, regular gaming, non-regular gaming, the industry as a whole or whatever!

Want to hear more about Cities: Skylines? Check out our webpage and sign up for the newsletter ( and, for further discussion, join us on the forums! (


Edit: 23:55 CET - sleepy time now. But we'll be back first thing tomorrow to continue with the questions - so keep them coming. Thanks for all the stuff so far!

Edit #2: 09:14 CET - we're back in the office. We'll keep answering questions throughout the day.

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
I am Dr. Sanjay Gupta, neurosurgeon and Chief Medical Correspondent at CNN. Ebola can be terrifying but when it comes to protecting ourselves and the world, knowledge is power. AMA! Hey there redditors -- Sanjay here! I’m CNN’s chief medical correspondent, a practicing neurosurgeon, husband and father to 3 beautiful girls. This spring I had a chance to put on one of those space suits and see some of the bravest doctors I’ve ever met, treating Ebola patients in Conakry, Guinea. I’ve walked through the jungle not far from where this disease first emerged, and I’m on staff at Emory University Hospital where two Americans with Ebola are recuperating right now. I’ll be answering your questions. To confirm, I’m Dr_SanjayGupta on Reddit and @DrSanjayGupta on Twitter.

Time flies! unfortunately I have to get back to my day jobs. This has been a great discussion, really thought-provoking. I hope I could help to educate, and alleviate some fears. Hope to see you here again soon -- Sanjay

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
I am Mark Duplass... you might know me as the crazy man from Safety Not Guaranteed, or Pete from The League, or the director of Cyrus and Jeff, Who Lives at Home, or as a donut enthusiast. I'm here to tell you all about myself, and the weird things about me that led me to act in and produce my new movie THE ONE I LOVE starring me and the fabulous Elisabeth Moss. It opens in theaters August 22 and is also avail on VOD everywhere!

Looking forward to answering any and all questions...

Thank u guys so much for all the questions. Was really fun and I actually learned some things about myself and what kind of insane people are out in the world. Much Love - mark.

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
We are Klei Entertainment, creators of Don’t Starve, Mark of the Ninja and Invisible, Inc. -- AMA. Hey Everyone! This is Jamie Cheng, Jason Dreger and James Lantz from Klei Entertainment. Over the last 9 years, we have made a lot of video games including Don’t Starve, Mark of the Ninja, Shank, Shank 2 and, as of today, Invisible, Inc.! AMA.

Jamie Cheng, Founder, Biiigfoot

Jason Dreger, Designer & Developer, jasondreger

James Lantz, Designer & Developer, stiknork

Seth Rosen, Designer & Developer, sirrosen

Thank you everyone for all of your questions and support! It has been wonderful hanging out with you. Thanks again -- Jamie


Tue, 19 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
Hi my name is Matthew Weiner, you may know me from MAD MEN and THE SOPRANOS, my latest project is a film called ARE YOU HERE, ask me anything! Matthew Weiner here, I have a film ARE YOU HERE coming out this Friday. I wrote the script 9 years ago so obviously this didn't happen over night, the movie is about a lot of issues that are close to my heart and i knew i couldn't give up on it. ARE YOU HERE is about things that were on my mind: friendship, drugs, medication, family and our relationship with nature-- but the most important thing to me was to explore these four flawed characters and how lucky we are to not be alone.

I am really excited to be here and answer your questions about any of my projects, your projects, the creative process, and the weird state of the world today.

Check out the ARE YOU HERE trailer

Thank you all so much for your thoughtful questions and incredible compliments. I wish I had time to answer all of them. Hopefully next time. Go see ARE YOU HERE this weekend, I would love to hear what you think. And to all you aspiring writers out there, the best advice I ever got was: keep writing, that means you have to find a way to make rejection feed your dreams. And dont forget to live or you will have nothing to write about. Good luck!

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
IamA ALS patient diagnosed @ 26 years old I have Familial ALS. My grandmother was diagnosed when I was a child, my mother was diagnosed when I was in high school, and I was diagnosed 6 months ago. I know how this disease progresses. Let the fight begin!

My ALS ice bucket challenge is sorta going viral and I just want to continue the conversation of why it's important to me, my family and entire ALS community. You can find the video here:

My family's ALS story:

My Proof:

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
IamA 94 year old WWII Veteran who was conscripted by the Soviets, captured by the Germans, and emigrated to the United States, AMA. My name is Mouna, and I’m here today with my Azerbaijani grandfather, Michael Mirson (born in Armenia as Mikhail Mirsayef). Opa (German for grandfather) not only has multifaceted perspective on the war, but with communist life in the USSR, post-war life in Germany, and American immigrant life. His experiences are unimaginable to someone like me, who has has lead a markedly different young adult life, from the man who raised me. His story has been featured on Azerbaijani television, and he did an IAMA post 2 years ago. These experiences were extremely emotional and rewarding for him, and he couldn’t be happier to go at it again. So please, ask away! I will be helping Opa answer all of your questions for the next two days. He goes to bed quite early (7 or 8PM eastern time), and will need some rests during the day, but is eager to interact with you all!

Here are some of his key life events:

  • Born in 1920 (1922 on paper) on a prosperous Armenian family farm
  • Experienced the communist takeover of his farm at 10 years
  • Fled to Yerevan, Armenia for veterinary school
  • Was conscripted to the Soviet Army in 1941
  • Was injured by shrapnel and lost his finger in an explosion
  • Was captured by the Germans in 1942
  • Spent 3 months in a prison camp
  • Was kept alive by his German captors to tend their wounded horses
  • Marched to the American lines when the war ended (he was in Austria)
  • Worked in a UNRA refugee camp
  • Married and had two children in Germany
  • Emigrated to the United States and had one more child
  • Worked various jobs incuding a farmer, factory worker, and diner owner
  • Finally was able to reunite with Azerbaijani family in the 70’s (they presumed him dead)
  • Raised 2 of his 3 grandchildren (who lost their own father), and now has 3 great grandchildren!
  • In his old age he has had a few health issues like a stroke, prostate cancer, and multiple joint replacement surgeries, but still walks 1 hour/day!

This is a photo of Opa in the Army:

Here is some identity proof:

Here is Opa on Azerbaijani TV:

Time for some lunch! We'll be back in a bit! Thanks everyone!

We're back in action, until Opa needs a rest!

Opa needs a rest. We'll do another quick segment after dinner, and we can come back tomorrow!

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
IamA Toxinologist (a dude that works with venomous animals) at james cook univeristy in australia AMA! My short bio: I'm affectionately known as “Jelly Dude from Nemo land” and havebeen researching and working with venomous and dangerous animals for over 20 yrs . My real passion (at least at the moment) is “Why do animals have venom?” Based in Cairns, in Northern Australia, an area that has an over abundance of venomous animals,(read heaps of thinsg that can kill you!) I'm sort of uniquely placed to study the ecology and biology of Australia’s venomous species. I teach at all levels at James Cook University, one of the top 5% of research universities in the world with my favourite subject being “Venomous Australian Animals”, a subject designed and taught by myself (with a little help from the odd friend!).

I have been successfully involved in programs designed to decrease the envenomings of humans by jellyfish, namely in Australia, Timor Leste (for the United Nations), Thailand and Hawaii. My research has been directly responsible for changes in the present treatment protocol for Australian jellyfish stings. I also established and am the director of the Tropical Australian Venom Research Unit (TASRU) which is now recognised as one of the premier research groups in the world for the studies of the ecology and biology of box jellyfish and research into medical treatment of box jellyfish envenomings.

My Proof:

ok, sorry folks, I have to go take a breather :-) have a grant proposal due in like 3 days and I so need to work on it, unless some one wants to make a donation to my research :-) Having said that, I'll get back to the other questions later tonight or tomorrow morning. Thanks for the questions, its been fun keep smiling jellydude or
jamie @jellydudeinnemo

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
For six years I was an undercover investigator in factory farms My name’s T.J. Tumasse and from 2007 to 2013 I did 15 undercover investigations into some of the biggest factory farms in the U.S. I’ve seen it all – people stomping on turkeys, chickens stuffed in cages so small they can’t spread their wings, violations at a kosher slaughterhouse, pigs kept in cages so restrictive they couldn’t turn around for four months straight – you name it.

Most of my investigations were conducted for the animal protection non-profit Mercy For Animals, as well as other organizations, and many of them led to felony convictions for animal abuse and changes at the local, federal and corporate levels.

You can watch some of them here: Christensen pork farm in Minnesota, Turkey farm in North Carolina, Egg farm in Iowa (also MN and CO).

You can read some news coverage here: ABC Nightline News (egg farm), [Huffington Post]( (turkey farm), CBS (pig farm)

I just started telling my story to the animal welfare community, but I’m here to tell my story to the general public for the first time. I look forward to answering your questions!

Proof: pic of me and a recent talk I gave at a conference

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
Hi, I'm Scroobius Pip and I am here for athe soul purpose of you to ask me anything... Howdy! Ive never used Reddit before but my twitter and facebook got a load of requests for me to do an AMA so here I am! And happy to be here too! If you have no idea who I am, I am a spoken word and hip hop artist, I run a label called Speech Development Records (tour just announced), I have a radio show on XFM called "The Beatdown", I run a clubnight called WE.ARE.LIZARDS and a film night at the Prince Charles Cinema. Think thats everything! PROOF:

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT
I've just returned from visiting North Korea for 7 days. AMA. I know there was recently an AMA from a tourist who had also been to the DPRK but I figured some people may be interested in a second.

Here's a photo album as proof but I can send my visa to the mods if necessary.

Edit: Here's a photo with my username and the date.

Mon, 18 Aug 2014 0:00:00 EDT