WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
Summary: Comedian Marc Maron is tackling the most complex philosophical question of our day - WTF? He'll get to the bottom of it with help from comedian friends, celebrity guests and the voices in his own head.
Howie Mandel talks with Marc about OCD, ADHD, Gremlins, Bobby's World, and why he was ready to quit the business before landing Deal or No Deal.
Sam Lipsyte is a celebrated author and one of Marc's very best friends. They spend a lot of time talking about life and the way of the world. This time they recorded it.
Steve Coogan (and "Michael Caine" and "Sean Connery" and other voices) join Marc to talk about Alan Partridge, Stan and Ollie, Tropic Thunder and more.
Seth MacFarlane stops by the garage to talk with Marc about singing, dancing and making offensive cartoons. Plus, thoughts on Oscar hosting, Ted, Frank Sinatra, The Far Side, and The Orville.
Filmmaker Reinaldo Marcus Green tells Marc about the interconnected paths in his life that led to his feature film debut, Monsters and Men.
Kyle Dunnigan gets Marc to call him The King of Instagram and also talks about midlife crises, Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer and the Kardashians.
Topher Grace tells Marc about the lessons he learned from That '70s Show, Ashton Kutcher, Spike Lee, Steven Soderbergh and Christopher Nolan.
Comic Fahim Anwar tells Marc about his days working as an engineer for Boeing while secretly doing standup at night and how that double-life prepared him for a career in show business.
Mike D and Ad-Rock, aka Michael Diamond and Adam Horovitz, talk with Marc about all things Beastie Boys.
Maggie Gyllenhaal talks with Marc about The Deuce, The Kindergarten Teacher, Secretary, her brother Jake, her husband Peter, and her filmmaker parents.
Jeff Daniels takes a break from rehearsing To Kill A Mockingbird to talk with Marc about the Midwest, respecting writers, James Cagney, and the dream role of Atticus Finch.
Comic Ted Alexandro talks with Marc about social responsibility, being a school teacher, and addressing the Comedy Cellar-Louis CK controversy from the Comedy Cellar stage.
Actor-writer-director Tim Blake Nelson sits down with Marc to talk about the Coen Brothers, Oklahoma, George Clooney, and Buster Scruggs.
Jeff Tweedy talks with Marc about Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, anxiety, painkillers, Bob Dylan, Judaism, and playing music with his own sons.
Actor-musician-painter-writer-comedian Martin Mull talks with Marc about how he became all of those things, along with stories about Steve Martin, John Lennon and George Carlin.