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.
Mavis Staples talks with Marc about Gospel music, the Staple Singers, the segregated South, MLK, Bob Dylan.
Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction talks with Marc about surfing, organized crime, teenage angst, being a parent dealing with teenage angst, and more.
John Turturro talks with Marc about family roots, studying history, Spike Lee, the Coen Brothers, and bridging the political divide.
David Letterman joins Marc to talk about his early days in comedy, Robin Williams, Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, late night shows, and the hard work of becoming a better person.
Actor Timothy Olyphant talks with Marc about fine arts, open mics, Go, Deadwood, Justified, and a perpetual fear of success.
Duff McKagan talks with Marc about Guns N’ Roses, Axl, Slash, traveling the world, learning from history, Joe Strummer, sobriety and more.
Lisa Kudrow talks with Marc about genealogy, headaches, Jon Lovitz, Conan, The Comeback, Booksmart, her friends the Friends.
SNL's Kyle Mooney talks with Marc about high school hip hop, Brigsby Bear, internet trolls, cue cards, and digital videos.
Anjelica Huston talks with Marc about her dad, Ireland, Jack Nicholson, the Addams Family, Wes Anderson, John Wick and more.
PEN15's Anna Konkle & Maya Erskine explain what it's like to play the 13-year-old versions of themselves and why they're putting themselves through the trauma of middle school again.
Dennis Quaid talks with Marc about playing famous people, teaching mandolin to Marlon Brando, doing podcasts with Bob Dylan, and movie talk. Lots of movie talk.
Legendary movie producer Irwin Winkler talks with Marc about making Rocky, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, The Right Stuff, and Scorsese’s latest, The Irishman.
Living legend Jane Fonda joins Marc to talk about acting, activism, fathers, mothers, husbands, self-worth, Grace and Frankie, and workout videos.
Comedian and actor Bryan Callen talks with Marc about growing up abroad, having a Marine father, wanting to be a tough guy, forcing himself into acting and becoming a better man.
Research professor Brené Brown brings her expertise on empathy, vulnerability, courage and shame to a place that is home to all four of those things: Marc’s garage.