WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
Summary: Marc Maron welcomes comedians, actors, directors, writers, authors, musicians and folks from all walks of life to his home for amazingly revealing conversations. Marc's probing, comprehensive interview style allows guests to express themselves in ways listeners have never heard.
Andrea Savage visits the garage to talk about her show I'm Sorry, life with agents, Jason Mantzoukas, and being cut from The Groundlings.
Jon Bernthal talks about The Punisher, The Walking Dead, Martin Scorsese, and how he went from heading down a bad path in life to salvation by way of acting.
Mandy Moore tells Marc why This Is Us came along at just the right time in her life, after a marriage in which she put her career on hold and lost her sense of self.
Yeardley Smith explains what it's like to be Lisa Simpson, divulges some secrets behind the show, and tells Marc about her personal struggles with self-acceptance. Plus, Krusty the Clown stops by the garage.
Actor Tony Shalhoub joins Marc to talk Mrs. Maisel, the Coen Brothers, Mike Nichols, Wings, Monk and why being cut from his first movie still hurts.
Filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos talks with Marc about his movies like The Favourite, The Lobster, and Dogtooth, and explains why questions don't always need to be answered.
Hip-hop artist Anderson .Paak explains to Marc why there's a dot in his name and also talks about Dr. Dre, Snoop, Kendrick, Q-Tip and Rodney Dangerfield.
Writer Allan MacDonnell of Slash magazine, Hustler and his own memoirs joins Marc in the garage to talk drugs, LA, punk rock, death, and the slow grind of life.
Allison Janney talks with Marc about her figure skating past, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, The West Wing, winning an Oscar, and more.
Brad Garrett sits at the table - in the garage, not Vegas - with Marc to talk about gambling, Sinatra, Everybody Loves Raymond, Robin Williams and more.
Aaron Sorkin and Marc have a characteristically fast-paced talk about writing, William Goldman, A Few Good Men, To Kill A Mockingbird, The West Wing and more.
Linda Cardellini talks about the leap of faith that led to Freaks and Geeks, as well as some of her other noteworthy projects like ER, Mad Men and Green Book.
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.