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.
Comedian and prodigious voice actor Joey Camen talks with Marc about the early days of The Comedy Store, learning to be a voice actor from the man who voiced Yogi Bear, and being friends with Paul Mooney.
Marc Goes To Washington w/ Dr. Dwandalyn Reece and Lance Mion
Marc visits Washington, DC and takes in the National Museum of African American History and Culture with Dr. Dwandalyn Reece. Then he sits down with his college roommate, retired chef Lance Mion.
Michael Che talks with Marc about SNL, Weekend Update, painting, hosting award shows, and the return of his sketch show, That Damn Michael Che.
Sandra Oh talks with Marc about Canada, Asians in Hollywood, Grey’s Anatomy, Sideways, The Chair, and John C. Reilly.
The Doobie Brothers / Steven Jenkins
Five decades of growing, evolving, and turning out hits. Also, I talk with Steven Jenkins of the new Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa.
A Tribute to Dan Vitale
Marc remembers the late comedian Dan Vitale, who made an enormous impact on Marc early in his career. He also replays Dan’s 2014 WTF episode.
Could you imagine if I had retained both of my pearls? 🕯
It wouldn’t even be a fair game at that point…
-Les Couchon- 💄🐷🍒👠
More cats less museums.
Relax guys we are all changing at all times.
The beauty of Marc is that he knows he’s not for everyone and he’s going to do whatever the eff he wants, always. I love his rants in the beginning. I cried with him when Lynn died. His vulnerability and openness is what makes the podcast so real and intimate. He is an amazing interviewer which is why he has interviewed some of the most influential and historic individuals of our time. If you don’t want to get to know the guy then this probably isn’t for you. All the hate on him is a little dramatic, people are allowed to change and evolve. Chill people. Great listen!