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.
Back with an all-new episode of Comedy Gold Minds, Kevin Hart is joined this time by comedian and actress Niecy Nash. The pair have an in-depth conversation about Nash’s start in comedy, breaking into the world of TV and Film, the advice she received from Bernie Mac while working on his show, and how her brother’s murder affected her at a young age.
This episode Kevin talks with comedian, actor, and legend Martin Lawrence. They discuss how the show Martin and characters like Dragon Fly Jones and Sheneneh Jenkins came about, how Def Jam allowed him to showcase his unique comedy style, his career in movies and TV, and where his comedic genius comes from.
Take a trip back to the early days of Comedy Gold Minds when comedian, producer, writer and actor Nick Kroll joined Kevin Hart to talk about family, his writing process and bombing in front of Bill Murray when he was first starting in comedy.
In celebration of his two shows at Dodgers Stadium for the Netflix is a Joke Festival, we're revisiting Kevin's interview with Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias on Comedy Gold Minds. The two comedic rockstars talk about how Gabe came up with his nickname Fluffy, his promotional strategy when starting out in comedy, testing positive for COVID while in Texas, and how he went from selling homemade CD’s at his shows to a merchandise empire.
On this exciting new episode of Comedy Gold Minds, Kevin is joined by actor, director, and comedic powerhouse Ben Stiller. The two discuss all things comedy, including growing up with comedic parents Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, creating The Ben Stiller Show, what it’s like to act and direct a film at the same time, and why he thinks his movie Tropic Thunder would never get made today.
Kevin Hart is joined by comedian and host of 'Smart, Funny, and Black Radio' Amanda Seales to celebrate the launch of her new show on Laugh Out Loud Radio. The two discuss how she started her career as a child actor, her unapologetic comedy style, the importance of her HBO special 'I Be Knowin', and her journey as a black female comic in this industry.
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I love Kevin hart he is so funny that is why I gave a 5 star review👌🏻❤️
Love this podcast!!
Kevin Hart is doing a wonderful job with these interviews. They’re funny in depth stories that are so interesting! 🔥🔥
One of my Favorite Podcasts
Kevin Hart’s excitement when he introduces his guests is infectious. Loveddddd the Martin Lawrence episode. Great work Kev!