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.
Anthony Carrigan from HBO’s Barry talks to Marc about succeeding in spite of people telling him he wouldn’t, finally playing normal dudes, and living life like you’re on a chess board.
Jackson Brown talks to Marc about Nico and the Velvet Underground, being a solitary player, becoming a good editor, touring with James Taylor, and the Pacific Garbage Patch.
Helen Hunt talks with Marc about being raised in show business, winning the Oscar and the Emmy in the same year, and why she considers herself the worst celebrity in the world.
Danny Elfman talks with Marc about Oingo Boingo, Batman, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Simpsons and his new solo album.
William Zabka talks to Marc about redeeming Johnny Lawrence, how Cobra Kai came to be, making his own movie and dealing with the Polish mob.
Comic Andrew Santino and Marc talk about the generational divide in comedy, being unhappy with his first special, living as a lone wolf, and what makes The Comedy Store special.
Jackson Browne interview
Marc, that was the best interview hands down. You are so talented at knowing when to ask questions and when to listen. I love your style, sensitivity, humor and intellect ~ so glad I discovered your podcast!
Best one out there
This is the way I’d do a Podcast. I like that he does all his own audio and plays crappy guitar at the end. Also I’m an old dude who likes cats too. I can tell his guests like talking to him and he doesn’t sound like he’s trying too hard like a lot of other Podcasters do. It is what it is and it’s good.
Marc always makes me laugh! I also love how he gets so into the stories and how he can pull insight from guest that aren’t prepared to share that amount of truth. He great at showing the legends are still just vulnerable people too.