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.
Mila Kunis talks with Marc about Ashton Kutcher, Macaulay Culkin, That 70s Show, religious refugees, parenting, and more. Plus, Iliza Shlesinger returns, fresh off her wedding.
Sue Costello talks with Marc about jumping over the constant hurdles of show business and Jim Gaffigan recounts the medical diagnosis that completely changed his family life.
A double-header with David Sedaris talking about Calypso, the Queen of England, and Roseanne, while Bo Burnham talks about panic attacks, Garry Shandling, and Eighth Grade.
Actor and rapper Daveed Diggs talks with Marc about Oakland, Hamilton, running track, "rap curriculum," and Blindspotting. Plus, Marc gives Bob Newhart a call.
Filmmaker Gus Van Sant talks with Marc about guitars, Talking Heads, Milk, Good Will Hunting, Robin Williams, Burroughs, Ginsburg, Joaquin Phoenix and more.
Actor Ray Liotta talks with Marc about adoption, soap operas, Old Times Square, Goodfellas, J-Lo, and more. Plus, comedian Jim Jefferies stops by.
Boots Riley joins Marc in the garage to talk about his film Sorry To Bother You, political radicalism, cop shows, and more. Plus, Bobcat Goldthwait returns.
Peter Fonda talks with Marc about Easy Rider, sailing, dads, PTSD, the Beatles and more. Plus, Andy Kindler and J. Elvis Weinstein stop by to talk about their show Thought Spiral.
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Comedian Eleanor Kerrigan talks with Marc about The Comedy Store, Mitzi Shore, Andrew Dice Clay, South Philly, and becoming a professional wrestler.
Comedian and actor Lil Rel Howery talks with Marc about Get Out, Sinbad, Tiffany Haddish, the Wayans Family, Hannibal Buress, Uncle Drew, and Kanye West.
Dave Itzkoff of the New York Times talks with Marc about writing Robin Williams's biography, learning about sides of Robin that the public never saw, and understanding how Robin's death affected the world.
Billy Bob Thornton joins Marc in the garage to talk about anxiety, OCD, Robert Duvall, Richie Havens, Sling Blade, and the new season of Goliath.
Holly Hunter talks with Marc about the Coen Brothers, taking risks, and what it's like being Mrs. Incredible. Also, Amber Tamblyn returns to talk about her new novel.
The delightfully ubiquitous Bob Balaban talks with Marc about Second City, Charlie Brown, Midnight Cowboy, Altered States, Christopher Guest, Francois Truffaut