WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
Summary: 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.
Fran Drescher talks with Marc about growing up in Queens, creating The Nanny, surviving cancer and figuring out who she really is.
Marc's 2016 conversation with singer/songwriter John Prine, who passed away on April 7, 2020.
Comedian Jeff Dunham talks with Marc about ventriloquism, making dummies, perfecting a craft, and dealing with racial sensitivity in puppet comedy.
Comedian Byron Bowers talks with Marc about schizophrenia, drug dealing, LSD, Mitzi Shore, and how comedy taught him who he is.
Marc's conversation with songwriter and musician Adam Schlesinger, who passed away on March 31, 2020.
Ben Sinclair from HBO’s High Maintenance talks with Marc about making the show with his ex, learning to say no, and surviving our world of isolation.
Kathy Valentine talks with Marc about being in one the biggest and most profitable female rock bands ever, The Go-Go’s.
Dan Aykroyd tells Marc about his days on SNL, his time as a Ghostbuster, and his parallel life as a businessman with multiple successful ventures.
Utkarsh Ambudkar tells Marc about the big break he got at the Oscars, the big break he blew with Hamilton, and the rap, sobriety, and scene-stealing performances in between.
Thandie Newton talks with Marc about Westworld, anthropology, outsider status, calling out abuse, Eve Ensler, lasting love.
Comedian Don Gavin talks with Marc about New England stand-up, why he's known as The Godfather of Boston Comedy, and why his 2011 comedy album is only now reaching by a wider audience.
Don Cheadle talks with Marc about golf, cat allergies, jazz, Boogie Nights, global activism, the MCU, and Black Monday.
Thora Birch talks with Marc about American Beauty, Ghost World, fending off jealousy, expanding her horizons, and being on The Walking Dead.
Filmmaker Peter Berg talks with his old roommate Marc about Prince, Very Bad Things, Friday Night Lights, Mark Wahlberg, and Spenser Confidential.
Carol Kane talks with Marc about Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Mike Nichols, Taxi, Kimmy Schmidt, and reuniting with Al Pacino for the new series Hunters.