WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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917 - Neal Brennan
May 21 • 94 min
Neal Brennan gets a do-over almost seven years after doing a WTF episode he told Marc not to air. They talk about how they’ve both changed as people and comics since then.
916 - Mary Steenburgen
May 17 • 98 min
Mary Steenburgen talks with Marc about growing up in Arkansas, studying acting with Sanford Meisner, getting hired by Jack Nicholson, being married to Ted Danson, and becoming friends with Jane Fonda.
915 - Josh Brolin
May 14 • 105 min
Josh Brolin talks with Marc about addictive behavior, self-destruction, sobriety, the Coen Brothers, Denzel Washington, Avengers: Infinity War and Deadpool 2.
914 - Melissa McCarthy
May 10 • 91 min
Melissa talks with Marc about being a teen goth, the Groundlings, Gilmore Girls, Bridesmaids, and her new movie, Life of the Party.
913 - Rachel Bloom
May 7 • 87 min
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Rachel Bloom joins Marc to talk about musical theater, anxiety, Jewish grandmas, and making a movie with her husband.
912 - Drew Carey
May 3 • 97 min
Drew Carey talks with Marc about Cleveland, depression, and how the two go hand-in-hand. He also explains why hosting The Price is Right is the perfect job for him.
911 - Scott Thompson / Tom Rhodes
Apr 30 • 86 min
Scott Thompson from The Kids in the Hall talks about his cancer fight, getting firebombed, and going back to stand-up. Also, Marc’s old friend Tom Rhodes stops by.
910 - Mandy Stadtmiller
Apr 26 • 93 min
Writer Mandy Stadtmiller talks with Marc about the compromises she made writing for a tabloid newspaper and the trouble she encountered when putting her experiences into memoir form.
909 - Bradley Whitford
Apr 23 • 87 min
Bradley Whitford talks with Marc about Get Out, Transparent, The West Wing, Studio 60, Steven Spielberg and Clint Eastwood.
908 - Sam Tripoli
Apr 19 • 83 min
Comic Sam Tripoli talks with Marc about conspiracies, psychology, and recovery, all three of which are connected in Sam’s life.
907 - Aisha Tyler / Louie Anderson
Apr 16 • 102 min
Aisha Tyler talks to Marc about giving it all up and starting fresh after a few years of big changes in her life. Plus, Louie Anderson returns to talk about moms.
906 - Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite / E of Eels
Apr 12 • 80 min
Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper tell Marc how their shared interests led to their musical collaboration and their new joint album. Plus, Mark Oliver Everett, aka E, returns to the show.
905 - Bill Simmons
Apr 9 • 107 min
Bill Simmons and Marc hold a podcast summit of sorts to talk about sports writing, the Internet, divorce, documentaries, and Andre The Giant.
904 - Jason Alexander
Apr 5 • 82 min
Jason Alexander stops by to talk with Marc about Seinfeld, life after Seinfeld, magic, acting, directing, and the McDLT. Yeah, the McDLT.
903 - Neil Patrick Harris / Michael Imperioli
Apr 2 • 93 min
Neil Patrick Harris talks with Marc about New Mexico, Dougie Howser, How I Met Your Mother, hosting the Oscars, and magic. Plus, Michael Imperioli is back for another chat.
902 - They Might Be Giants
Mar 29 • 94 min
John Flansburgh and John Linnell tell Marc the unlikely story of how a couple high school friends became a two-man band at the height of the New Wave performance art era in crime-ridden New York City and somehow carved out four decades of…
901 - Sean Penn / Lynn Shelton
Mar 26 • 92 min
Sean Penn talks to Marc about leaving acting behind and putting his creativity on paper with the release of his debut novel. Also, director Lynn Shelton returns to the garage.
900 - Nick Nolte
Mar 22 • 95 min
Nick Nolte crams about 900 episodes worth of his life stories into a jam-packed 900th Episode of WTF.
899 - Nell Scovell / Bill Hader
Mar 19 • 113 min
Writer and producer Nell Scovell talks with Marc about surviving in the male-dominated world of television comedy. Plus, Bill Hader returns to talk about his new show Barry.
898 - David Mamet
Mar 15 • 85 min
Writer and director David Mamet joins Marc to talk about truth and myths when it comes to Chicago, acting, Shakespeare, O’Neill, and more.
897 - Ted Danson
Mar 12 • 90 min
Ted Danson talks with Marc about Larry David, Mary Steenburgen, CSI, The Good Place, and Sam Malone.
896 - David Oyelowo
Mar 8 • 79 min
David Oyelowo got America’s attention with his instantly-iconic portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the film Selma. But this classically trained actor was making history on stage years prior, becoming the first black actor in the U.K. to…
895 - Sharon Stone
Mar 5 • 78 min
Sharon Stone joins Marc to talk about Mosaic, Basic Instinct, Marlon Brando, Martin Scorsese, and the changes happening in Hollywood.
Remembering Barry Crimmins
Mar 2 • 90 min
Marc’s conversations with the late comedian and activist Barry Crimmins.
894 - Bill Janovitz / Danny Lobell
Mar 1 • 89 min
Buffalo Tom frontman Bill Janovitz talks to Marc about moving on from the band and returning to it once again. Plus, Danny Lobell stops by to talk about his life becoming a comic book.
893 - Jennifer Lawrence
Feb 26 • 73 min
Jennifer Lawrence takes a break from being one of the biggest movie stars in the world to stop by the garage and hang with Marc.
892 - Duncan Jones / Brendon Small
Feb 22 • 95 min
Filmmaker Duncan Jones talks with Marc about getting the answers from science fiction. Plus, comedian and musician Brendon Small returns.
891 - Heather Graham / Sebastian Maniscalco
Feb 19 • 93 min
Heather Graham talks about her acting career, her new opportunities as a writer and director, and Hollywood’s sexual abuse problem. Plus, Sebastian Maniscalco returns to the garage.
890 - Gina Rodriguez
Feb 15 • 81 min
Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez talks with Marc about representation, cultural changes, Chicago, boxing, dancing and Rita Moreno.
Marty Allen from 2015
Feb 13 • 54 min
From Episode 574, Marc talks with veteran comedian Marty Allen about his lifetime in show business.
889 - Esther Povitsky
Feb 12 • 84 min
Comic Esther Povitsky and Marc talk about their decidedly different (but still formative) experiences at The Comedy Store and the success they found after embracing that place.
888 - Tracy Letts
Feb 8 • 84 min
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Tony Award-winning actor Tracy Letts talks with Marc about Lady Bird, The Post, his plays, and more.
887 - Riki Lindhome / Laurie Kilmartin
Feb 5 • 86 min
Riki Lindhome and Marc talk Garfunkel and Oates, Another Period, Shakespeare and Clint Eastwood. Plus, Laurie Kilmartin stops by to laugh at death.
886 - Ezra Furman / David Wain
Feb 1 • 84 min
Ezra Furman started writing songs when he was 14 years old after hearing Bob Dylan but while still wanting to be a member of Green Day. Ezra tells Marc how those seemingly contradictory preferences took hold in his music and performances, how comedy…
885 - Rita Moreno
Jan 29 • 73 min
Show business legend Rita Moreno joins Marc in the garage to talk about the ups and downs of her 70 years as an entertainer.
884 - Don Was
Jan 25 • 86 min
Music industry Renaissance man Don Was joins Marc in the garage to talk Dylan, The Stones, re-mastering, and Detroit.
883 - Macaulay Culkin / Cameron Esposito
Jan 22 • 97 min
Macaulay Culkin tells Marc why he considers himself retired at age 37 after being one of the most famous people on the planet . Also, comedian Cameron Esposito stops by.
882 - Derek Waters
Jan 18 • 84 min
Actor and Drunk History creator Derek Waters joins Marc to talk about his own history as a kid from Baltimore who went Hollywood.
881 - Laurie Metcalf / Tom Segura
Jan 15 • 86 min
Laurie Metcalf Also, Tom Segura returns to talk about his new special.
880 - Richard Jenkins
Jan 11 • 85 min
Richard Jenkins talks with Marc about being a late starter, giving up hope, and becoming one the great character actors working today.
879 - Fortune Feimster
Jan 8 • 83 min
Comedian and actor Fortune Feimster joins Marc in the garage fresh off getting engaged to her girlfriend.
878 - Ta-Nehisi Coates
Jan 4 • 86 min
Ta-Nehisi Coates is one of America’s most celebrated and insightful writers. But there’s part of him that would be fine with it all going away. Marc and Ta-Nehisi talk about the impulse to pull back when things start to get good, the burden of being…
877 - Marc’s Family
Jan 1 • 73 min
Ring in the New Year with the Maron Family, as Marc plays some of his earliest interactions with his father, mother and brother on WTF.
876 - Michael Marcus / Dr. Steve
Dec 28, 2017 • 95 min
Marc closes out 2017 with some of his close friends, author Michael Marcus and therapist Dr. Stephen Dansiger.
875 - WTF Shows of Christmas Past
Dec 25, 2017 • 62 min
Marc presents a look back at some holiday moments from the earliest years of WTF.
874 - Neal Preston
Dec 21, 2017 • 81 min
Photographer Neal Preston is in the garage to talk about living the life of a rock star while taking some of the most iconic photos ever.
873 - Steven Van Zandt
Dec 18, 2017 • 87 min
Steven Van Zandt
872 - Darren Aronofsky
Dec 14, 2017 • 73 min
Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky joins Marc in the garage to talk about the universal mysteries that inspire his films.
871 - Loudon Wainwright III / Judd Apatow
Dec 11, 2017 • 104 min
Singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III talks with Marc about life, love, and Roman numerals. Plus, Judd Apatow returns to the garage as he returns to the standup stage.
870 - James Franco
Dec 7, 2017 • 120 min
Marc talks with James Franco about his life in show business and how much he relates to Tommy Wiseau, the man he portrays in The Disaster Artist.
869 - Greta Gerwig
Dec 4, 2017 • 80 min
Marc talks with actor Greta Gerwig, who wrote and directed the acclaimed new film Lady Bird.
860 - John Hammond / Michael Rapaport
Nov 2, 2017 • 93 min
Blues master John Hammond joins Marc in the garage to talk about his prolific musical output. Plus, old buddy Michael Rapaport stops by.
Ralphie May from 2012
Oct 7, 2017 • 67 min
From Episode 247, Marc talks with comedian Ralphie May who passed away on October 6, 2017.
852 - Waiting for the Punch
Oct 5, 2017 • 99 min
Marc presents a special audio version of the first chapter of Waiting for the Punch: Words to Live by from the WTF Podcast.
Monty Hall from 2013
Sep 30, 2017 • 65 min
From Episode 427, this is Marc’s conversation with iconic television host Monty Hall.
Harry Dean Stanton from 2014
Sep 16, 2017 • 62 min
Marc’s conversation with actor Harry Dean Stanton from 2014
836 - Mike MacDonald / Jon Ronson
Aug 10, 2017 • 98 min
Canadian comic Mike MacDonald survived four decades in comedy and a liver transplant to make it to the garage. Also, writer Jon Ronson returns.
614 - The President Was Here
Jun 25, 2015 • 76 min
From the minute the Presidential motorcade pulled away, Marc began recording his reaction to the momentous event that just occurred in his garage. Hear Marc’s ongoing reflections in the aftermath as well as a discussion with WTF producer Brendan…
613 - President Barack Obama
Jun 22, 2015 • 67 min
Marc welcomes the 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, to the garage for conversation about college, fitting in, race relations, gun violence, changing the status quo, disappointing your fans, comedians, fatherhood and…
372 - Adam Parfrey
Mar 25, 2013 • 79 min
Adam Parfrey had a profound effect on the brain of young Marc Maron. As the publisher of Feral House books and curator of the Apocalypse Culture series, Adam opened the minds of many unsuspecting readers to the weird, the marginal, the obscene and the…