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.
Best Of Comedy Gold Minds
On this episode we're celebrating some of the best moments from Comedy Gold Minds so far. Featuring Kevin Hart's interviews with Sarah Silverman, Hasan Minhaj, and Bill Burr.
On this episode Kevin talks with comedian, actor, and author, Patton Oswalt. The two discuss their shared love of the comedy artform, where Patton’s greatest comedy influences came from, how he learned to evolve his material over time, and what it was like performing with Dave Chappelle at his first ever open mic in Washington DC.
This week Jim Jefferies joins Kevin on the podcast. They discuss everything from how a punch to the head became his big break in comedy, being asked to be a judge on Australia’s Got Talent, what it’s like performing at atheist conventions, and the difference between going sober in the US and in Australia.
This week Kevin is joined by comedian, author, and rising superstar Ms. Pat. They discuss everything from her new show, The Ms. Pat Show, to her 20 year journey to where she is in the comedy world now, and how she uses her family and their shared experiences to inform her stand-up routine.
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.
Kevin is joined by comedian and actress Awkwafina on this episode. They discuss her rise from YouTube star to blockbuster actress, working with companies like Marvel and Comedy Central, the time she starred with Kevin in Jumanji, and why there’s no handbook on how to deal with fame and success.
Like it but needs improvement…
I always jump for ANYTHING with Kevin Hart. He’s easily one of the best entertainers out there today. Only problems on this podcast (and others mentioned as well) are the talking over guests and talking longer/more about himself. He also seems somewhat disingenuous when questioning people like Awkwafina - like he hasn’t done his research and is just asking generic questions. I want to like the podcast, it just needs a little refinement.
The conversation with Patton Oswalt was incredible.
Really got in the mind of an extremely funny dude.
I'd like it so much better if Kevin Hart talked way less. He has some really incredible guests!