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.
Former cop-turned-comic Juston McKinney tells Marc why he became The Law, why he gave it up for comedy, and how his career ups and downs always bring him back to New Hampshire.
Studio 360’s Kurt Andersen talks with Marc about his book Fantasyland, the Harvard Lampoon, Spy Magazine, and spending decades tormenting Donald Trump.
Comedy veteran Tom Dreesen talks with Marc about 50 years in show business, Carson, Sinatra, Letterman, The Comedy Store strike, and why he didn’t go back to the Store for 40 years.
Oscar-winner Geena Davis talks with Marc about Thelma and Louise, The Fly, Beetlejuice, the perils of being polite, and her work toward shifting the show business paradigm.
Director and writer Alex Ross Perry talks with Marc about Her Smell, working in a video store, Gravity’s Rainbow, Elisabeth Moss, and small budgets.
Sean Lennon talks with Marc about Les Claypool, John & Yoko belonging to the world, his dad & mom belonging to him, producing for other artists, and the burden of a parental legacy.
Fresh Off The Boat creator and show runner Nahnatchka Khan talks with Marc about representation, working for Disney, Ali Wong, Randall Park and directing her first feature film.
David Lee Roth takes Marc on a stream of consciousness ride on topics including working as an EMT, the Peace Corps, his Uncle Manny and Van Halen.
Comic and actor Jamie Lee talks with Marc about Crashing, weddings, working in PR, rock promoter parents, and marrying another comedian.
Actor Stephen Dorff talks with Marc about True Detective, Jack Nicholson, Blade, false rumors about his health, and why he almost left show business.
Canadian comedian Brent Butt talks with Marc about Saskatchewan, his hit show Corner Gas, and why elusive success in America never really bothered him.
Stephen Colbert and Marc talk about grief, sadness, anxiety, The Colbert Report, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and The Late Show in the age of Trump.
Boston comic Steve Sweeney talks with Marc about growing up in Charlestown, doing Shakespeare, working in jails, hanging with Rodney Dangerfield, and making Sweeney Killing Sweeney.
Writer and activist Eve Ensler and Marc have a profound and emotional conversation about her courageous new book The Apology.
Jamie Denbo, creator of the new show American Princess, talks with Marc about Renaissance fairs, Disney, the original UCB Theater and more.