WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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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.
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.

Comedian Chaunté Wayans talks with Marc about her family's comedy dynasty, Tiffany Haddish, anxiety, alcoholism, arrests, and coming out.

June Diane Raphael talks with Marc about Grace & Frankie, How Did This Get Made?, and her new book Represent: The Woman's Guide to Running for Office and Changing the World

Actor and filmmaker Danny Huston talks with Marc about his father John, his grandfather Walter, his half-sister Anjelica, and how he found his own way in show business.

Bruce Dern talks with Marc about The Actors Studio, Jack Nicholson, Roger Corman, shooting John Wayne, his career-changing role in Nebraska, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and his new movie Freaks.

Edi Patterson from The Righteous Gemstones and Vice Principals talks with Marc about growing up in Texas, faking confidence, committing to improv, and collaborating with Danny McBride.

Dale Beran talks with Marc about his book, It Came From Something Awful, which documents the online worlds that created a culture of toxic trolling and helped elect Donald Trump.

Blues Legend Buddy Guy talks with Marc about Louisiana, Guitar Slim, BB King, Muddy Waters, Chicago, Chess Records, Clapton, Hendrix and more.

Betty Gilpin talks with Marc about becoming Liberty Belle on GLOW, the shock of sudden visibility, and The Hunt.

Writer and filmmaker David Shields talks with Marc about war, journalism, race, masculinity, Donald Trump, and football player Marshawn Lynch.

Patricia Clarkson talks with Marc about her Emmy-nominated performance in Sharp Objects, plus New Orleans, Brian DePalma, Clint Eastwood, and Blanche DuBois.

Marc's conversation from June 2018 with actor Peter Fonda, who passed away on August 16, 2019.

The versatile and omnipresent Stephen Root talks with Marc about Barry, Office Space, Newsradio, Phil Hartman, the Coen Brothers, and playing a Klingon.

Actor, writer and producer Bashir Salahuddin talks with Marc about Sherman’s Showcase, South Side, GLOW, Jimmy Fallon, impostor syndrome, and Tom Cruise.

Greg Kinnear tells Marc why he didn’t want to become an actor and why he became one anyway with great performances in As Good As It Gets, Auto Focus, Little Miss Sunshine and more.

Actor Walton Goggins talks with Marc about Georgia, Vice Principals, Robert Duvall, Anthony Hopkins, Quentin Tarantino and more.

Former cop-turned-comic Juston McKinney tells Marc why he became The Law, why he gave it up for comedy, and how his career ups and downs always bring him back to New Hampshire.

Studio 360’s Kurt Andersen talks with Marc about his book Fantasyland, the Harvard Lampoon, Spy Magazine, and spending decades tormenting Donald Trump.

Comedy veteran Tom Dreesen talks with Marc about 50 years in show business, Carson, Sinatra, Letterman, The Comedy Store strike, and why he didn’t go back to the Store for 40 years.

Oscar-winner Geena Davis talks with Marc about Thelma and Louise, The Fly, Beetlejuice, the perils of being polite, and her work toward shifting the show business paradigm.

Director and writer Alex Ross Perry talks with Marc about Her Smell, working in a video store, Gravity’s Rainbow, Elisabeth Moss, and small budgets.

Sean Lennon talks with Marc about Les Claypool, John & Yoko belonging to the world, his dad & mom belonging to him, producing for other artists, and the burden of a parental legacy.

Fresh Off The Boat creator and show runner Nahnatchka Khan talks with Marc about representation, working for Disney, Ali Wong, Randall Park and directing her first feature film.

David Lee Roth takes Marc on a stream of consciousness ride on topics including working as an EMT, the Peace Corps, his Uncle Manny and Van Halen.

Comic and actor Jamie Lee talks with Marc about Crashing, weddings, working in PR, rock promoter parents, and marrying another comedian.

Actor Stephen Dorff talks with Marc about True Detective, Jack Nicholson, Blade, false rumors about his health, and why he almost left show business.

Canadian comedian Brent Butt talks with Marc about Saskatchewan, his hit show Corner Gas, and why elusive success in America never really bothered him.

Stephen Colbert and Marc talk about grief, sadness, anxiety, The Colbert Report, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and The Late Show in the age of Trump.

Boston comic Steve Sweeney talks with Marc about growing up in Charlestown, doing Shakespeare, working in jails, hanging with Rodney Dangerfield, and making Sweeney Killing Sweeney.

Writer and activist Eve Ensler and Marc have a profound and emotional conversation about her courageous new book The Apology.

Jamie Denbo, creator of the new show American Princess, talks with Marc about Renaissance fairs, Disney, the original UCB Theater and more.

Mavis Staples talks with Marc about Gospel music, the Staple Singers, the segregated South, MLK, Bob Dylan.

Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction talks with Marc about surfing, organized crime, teenage angst, being a parent dealing with teenage angst, and more.

John Turturro talks with Marc about family roots, studying history, Spike Lee, the Coen Brothers, and bridging the political divide.

David Letterman joins Marc to talk about his early days in comedy, Robin Williams, Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, late night shows, and the hard work of becoming a better person.

Actor Timothy Olyphant talks with Marc about fine arts, open mics, Go, Deadwood, Justified, and a perpetual fear of success.

Duff McKagan talks with Marc about Guns N’ Roses, Axl, Slash, traveling the world, learning from history, Joe Strummer, sobriety and more.

Lisa Kudrow talks with Marc about genealogy, headaches, Jon Lovitz, Conan, The Comeback, Booksmart, her friends the Friends.

SNL's Kyle Mooney talks with Marc about high school hip hop, Brigsby Bear, internet trolls, cue cards, and digital videos.

Anjelica Huston talks with Marc about her dad, Ireland, Jack Nicholson, the Addams Family, Wes Anderson, John Wick and more.

PEN15's Anna Konkle & Maya Erskine explain what it's like to play the 13-year-old versions of themselves and why they're putting themselves through the trauma of middle school again.

Dennis Quaid talks with Marc about playing famous people, teaching mandolin to Marlon Brando, doing podcasts with Bob Dylan, and movie talk. Lots of movie talk.