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.
Actor Tony Hale talks with Marc about Veep, Arrested Development, panic attacks, being present, personal faith, and Forky.
Marc's GLOW co-star Kate Nash talks about her early pop music stardom, her fall from grace, and gaining self-confidence through wrestling.
John Goodman talks with Marc about comic books, Mad Magazine, David Byrne, the Coen Brothers, Steven Spielberg, and Roseanne.
Singer-songwriter Joan Shelley talks with Marc about Kentucky, folk music, Nathan Salsburg, Jeff Tweedy and recording in Iceland.
Edward Norton talks with Marc about Brando, Bowie, Fight Club, American History X, The Incredible Hulk, and Motherless Brooklyn.
THE rock groupie Pamela Des Barres talks with Marc about being on the road through rock and roll history, living it up in the Free Love 60s and watching it all come down at Altamont.
Hollywood makeup effects legend Rick Baker talks to Marc about the Star Wars cantina, multiple Eddie Murphys, Men in Black, The Grinch, gorillas, and more.
Woody Harrelson joins Marc to talk about Cheers, Natural Born Killers, Larry Flynt, Kingpin, and saving the planet, in real life and in Zombieland.
Rachel Maddow and Marc have an Air America reunion and talk about news in the age of Trump, activism, prayer, depression, and her new book.
Actor-comedian-singer-songwriter Jackie Tohn talks with Marc about their shared time on GLOW as well as her early stories of heartbreak as she tried to make it in show business.
Comic Argus Hamilton joins Marc to explore the myths and legends of The Comedy Store, parsing the fact from fiction about the infamous club.
Danny DeVito talks with Marc about New Jersey, acting, directing, producing, being The Penguin, and 14 years of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Multi-hyphenate entertainer Marilu Henner tells Marc what it's like to remember everything, including her unique childhood, her time on Taxi, and working with Donald Trump.
Writer/producer/director Jeannie Gaffigan talks with Marc about raising five kids, working with her husband Jim, and learning to let go of control after discovering a brain tumor.
Comedian and media mogul Byron Allen talks with Marc about growing up in Detroit, learning from Johnny Carson, doing standup as a teen, and starting a media empire from scratch.