Marc Maron

stand-up comic, actor, podcast host

Guest/Host

For more than fifteen years, Marc Maron has been writing and performing raw, honest, and thought-provoking comedy for print, stage, radio, and television. A legend in the stand-up community, he has appeared on HBO, Conan, Letterman, his two Comedy Central Presents specials and almost every show that allows comics to perform. His book based on his solo show, The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah, is available on Amazon.com. His three CD's, Not Sold Out, Tickets Still Available and Final Engagement are comedy cult classics and are available on iTunes. His forthcoming album will be available on Comedy Central Records in 2011.

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In Lynn Shelton’s new movie ‘Sword of Trust,’ Marc Maron plays Mel, a cranky, down-on-his-luck pawn shop owner in Alabama.

Marc Maron and Lynn Shelton on ‘Sword of Trust’

In Lynn Shelton’s new movie ‘Sword of Trust,’ Marc Maron plays Mel, a cranky, down-on-his-luck pawn shop owner in Alabama.

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A Tribute to George Carlin

A tribute to George Carlin with one of the people who knew him best — his "spouse without papers," Sally Wade.

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Carl LaBove

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