Abdullah Saeed (born May 18, 1984) is a Pakistani-American TV producer, host, writer, and actor. He produced and hosted several TV shows and documentaries for Vice. He is an advocate for cannabis liberalization and education. Saeed wrote a weekly online column called Weediquette from 2012 to 2014. His works include the James Beard Award-nominated series Bong Appétit and Vice Does America on Viceland, as well as the Webby Award-winning documentary Mad Honey. Saeed stopped making content for Vice Media in protest in 2017 in the wake of allegations that Vice tolerated an abusive workplace culture and sexual harassment, and their practice of making employees sign “non-traditional workplace agreements” to protect themselves from being sued by employees for issues arising from said workplace culture. Saeed is a former member of The Kominas. Saeed is a writer and actor on the HBO series High Maintenance. Saeed co-hosts a podcast called Great Moments In Weed History. Saeed is co-writing a film with Ben Sinclair for Fox Searchlight and New Regency.