WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

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. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h25m. Bisher sind 773 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 46 days 6 hours 16 minutes

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Episode 1344 - Laura Veirs


Singer-songwriter Laura Veirs has something to prove with her latest album, Found Light. After divorce ended her 20-years-long collaborative relationship with her producer husband, Laura not only needed to prove she could create a new album independently, but she needed to be sure of who she was in the world going forward. Laura and Marc talk about love and loss and the power of therapeutic mushrooms...


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Episode 1343 - Atsuko Okatsuka


Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka has familiarity with garages. But unlike Marc, she didn’t start a podcast in one. She lived in one with her mother and grandmother for seven years, as three generations of immigrant women dealt with cramped quarters, eating disorders and schizophrenia. Atsuko tells Marc how she was unaware as a young girl that her trip from Japan to America was going to become permanent and how her discovery of standup comedy helped her find her voice...


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Episode 1342 - Dana Gould


Dana Gould is in his 40th year of doing standup. He and Marc talk about what they’ve learned in their decades of comedy, how they came to accept their limitations, and how they see themselves in today’s standup environment. Dana also explains why he went back on stage after years of giving it up to work on The Simpsons, why he feels that progress in comedy means knowing when you were wrong, and why he always goes back to George Carlin.

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Episode 1341 - Kate Berlant


Kate Berlant’s comedy defies easy categorization. That’s okay with Kate, who thinks people use a lot of empty terms to pin down comedy. Kate and Marc talk about how growing up in the art world helped Kate take a different approach when she got on the comedy stage as a teenager. They also talk about Kate’s sketch work with fellow comedian John Early, the inspiration she took from the late Brody Stevens, and why her Bo Burnham-directed comedy special remains in limbo...


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Jen Statsky


Jen Statsky talks with Marc about co-creating the show Hacks, growing up in Boston, learning how not to stuff her feelings, and writing for a murderer’s row of beloved TV shows.


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episode 1339: Greg Proops


Greg Proops and Marc get worked up about the future of comedy, tracing the trajectory of the alternative comedy scene to the current rise of reactionary backlash comedy.


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episode 1338: Lara Beitz


Comic Lara Beitz talks to Marc about an upbringing clouded by alcoholism, her own addictions, reasons for self-medicating, and the hard road of recovery.


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episode 1337: Phil Tippett


Visual effects artist Phil Tippett talks with Marc about stop-motion, Star Wars, George Lucas, Ray Bradbury, monsters, and Mad God, the movie it took him 30 years to make.


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episode 1336: Jesus Trejo


Comic Jesus Trejo talks with Marc about eating goat tacos, unclogging toilets at The Comedy Store, being a caregiver for his parents, and still sweating over the memory of bombing on stage.


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episode 1335: Rosie Perez


Rosie Perez talks with Marc about unearthing trauma, protecting oneself while acting, getting her start in Do the Right Thing, and her two new streaming hits.


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