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8 Highlights From Sir Patrick Stewart's Reddit Ama

8 Highlights From Sir Patrick Stewart's Reddit Ama

Sir Patrick Stewart stars as the ambitious but misguided news anchor Walter Blunt in the upcoming Starz sitcom, "Blunt Talk," which is set to premiere Saturday, August 22 on Starz. So, the distinguished stage and screen actor participated in a Reddit Ama today to answer fan questions about the show and his other roles, reigning in a total of 6700 comments and many, many long discussions about English tea. Read More: Sir Patrick Stewart Has Blunt Thoughts on the 'Wonderful Wacky Extraordinary Eccentric' 'Blunt Talk' Take a look at some of the highlights below. I was sad to hear of Roger Rees’s death in July. I know you worked with him many years ago in the RSC (and in "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," of course!) Could you share your favorite memory of him? Dear Roger Rees saw a preview of my one-man show, "A Christmas Carol," and told me I shouldn't act Scrooge.

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