Dive into the minds of some of the world's funniest people with Kevin Hart in his show, Comedy Gold Minds. From rising stars to comedy legends, Kevin pairs with comedic tastemakers for “ear-opening” dialogue that takes listeners on a wild and crazy ride through some of the world's top comedic minds. From chronicling their comedy club experiences to a sneak peek of their latest material, each episode is packed with punchlines, anecdotes, and inside jokes.
On this episode Kevin sits down with comedian, actor, and sitcom legend Ray Romano. The two discuss how Ray got his big break from David Letterman, the success of his TV show ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’, why he prefers stand-up and performing over directing, and what he thinks his next step in comedy will be.
Best of Comedy Gold Minds
On this episode we’re highlighting some of the best moments from Comedy Gold Minds so far! Featuring Kevin Hart’s conversations with comedy legends Amy Schumer, Russell Peters, and Steve Harvey.
This week Kevin Hart is joined by comedian, actress, and writer Wanda Sykes. They discuss how she started writing for Chris Rock, why she thinks there’s no such thing as cancel culture, knowing her audience and what they enjoy, and why she’s excited for the future of comedy.
Kevin Hart is joined by comedian and author Margaret Cho on this episode. The pair discuss how she started out in San Francisco with comedians like Patton Oswalt and Brian Posehn, how she’s mentored the next generation of Asian-American female comics, and the time she smoked weed with Snoop Dogg and Cheech & Chong.
This week Kevin Hart sits down with comedian and host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah. The two discuss how Trevor was offered the hosting job from Jon Stewart, what it was like to take over as host of such an iconic show, how he started out as a comedian in South Africa, and the comedy formula used by most late night hosts for material.
Kevin Hart is joined by writer, director, actor, and comedy icon Seth Rogen on this week’s episode. The two discuss everything from his work with Judd Apatow, to the controversy surrounding his movie ‘The Interview’, and the lessons he learned from Lorne Michaels about how to make a great film.