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21 celebrities who love Reddit as much as you do
Even the rich and famous check the front page of the Internet.
These nerdy celebrities love their Reddit accounts more than you love yours. Here’s where to find their finest contributions to the site:
1) Zach Braff
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2) Snoop Lion
It’s entirely possible that nobody loves Reddit as much as Snoop loves Reddit. Legend has it he showed up for an AMA once and couldn’t get enough of it. Today, he’s a moderator of one of the largest weed-related subreddits and is pretty much everywhere under Here_Comes_The_King.
3) William Shatner
Shatner, openly posting as WilliamShatner, likes to argue with folks every so often about a variety of topics.
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4) Felicia Day
Though it’s been a minute since fday was last seen online—interestingly enough, on another frequent user’s AMA—she’s a proud member of the Five Year Club and happily engages fans when available.
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5) Chris Hardwick
Duh, the Nerdist is all about Reddit. He posts every few days under Chris Hardwick, and can frequently be seen moderating Nerdist- and @midnight-related subreddits.
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6) Wil Wheaton
You’ll find Wil, an actor, writer and avid gamer, online under all subreddits at all times. Is it true that he once lived with Chris Hardwick? Only they know for sure.
7) Verne Troyer
The Reddit trophy-winning actor is fairly active online. He posts as vernetroyer and most recently used the account to let fans know he was fine after an alleged accident, which is so cool.
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8) Arnold Schwarzenegger
Is there anything this dude can’t do? Seriously. Look for GovSchwarzenegger talking fans through bodybuilding, fitness, politics, travel and funny pictures.
The reddit_mau5 himself has done AMAs, but will also contribute to music-related subreddits with varying degrees of frequency.
10) Ali Larter
Kind of a weird one here: AliLarter has done a bunch of AMAs, and has spoken a lot about food. Reddit hasn’t heard from her in over a year, but there was a time when she adored
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11) The Whitest Kids U’ Know
WKUK is/was a crew of extremely offbeat, extremely funny comedians that produced sketch comedy together. Their ringleader is TrevorMoore, and he’s around fairly often.
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12) Neil Degrasse Tyson
Galactic emperor of sass neiltyson hasn’t been heard from in comments or posts for a while. However, he’s the moderator of about 10 subreddits (and a scientist and all that), so we understand if he’s busy.
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13) Chris Kluwe
Probably the most prominent athlete-redditor, Chris Kluwe—DBA “Loate“—is basically all over Reddit at all times.
Minnesota Vikings and former punter Chris Kluwe avoid lawsuit today. Kluwe who claimed was released from the Vikings roster due to his open stand toward gay rights in 2012. The lawsuit (brought up by Kluwe) was put to rest when the Vikings announced they would donate 100,000 dollars to charities that support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender causes. The Vikings players will also undergo enhanced sensitivity training to make sure the issue is not repeated. Kluwe has not played for an NFL team following his release from the Oakland Raiders in 2013 #Vikings #Kluwe #GayRights
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14) Anna Kendrick
The beloved actress has only ever alluded to her Reddit account, so if anyone finds her out for real, please let us know. Lurker! LURKER!
15) Ken Jennings
WatsonsBitch has become famous for his lengthy and specific AMA sessions, though he’s been spotted around the site calling out other users for talking crap about him.
16) Bill Gates
It makes sense that Bill Gates, king nerd, philanthropist, and hero of the Internet age, would have a Reddit account. More than that, take one look at his awards and you’ll see how often thisisbillgates is around—he’s become famous for his participation in Secret Santa in particular.
17) John Green
The immensely popular YA author uses the literary-minded handle thesoundandthefury to interact with fans, post on his own, and even moderate a couple subreddits related to his work.
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18) Bo Burnham
It’s been a while since Reddit last heard from BOblivionMovie, but he used to keep on eye on fans posting his content and acted graciously every time. He’ll also do AMAs, of course.
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19) Warwick Davis
Whether you know him best as the Leprechaun, an Ewok, Professor Flitwick or Ricky Gervais’ friend, you know Warwick Davis. He conducts his AMAs as WarwickADavis.
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20) Lil B
The Based God himself pops up sporadically around the site, though we’ve heard he particularly goes for r/feet. He’s been active in 2015 under a variety of hip hop-related subreddits, where he posts as helpmelilb.
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21) Aaron Paul
You can find him answering questions and occasionally posting original content under theaaronpaul.
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