Marc Maron is an American professional comic, podcaster, essayist, and actor who turned into an easily recognized name in the United States during the 1990s generally because of regular visitor appearances on the late-night syndicated programs Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
Throughout the following decade or somewhere in the vicinity, he facilitated a few TV and radio projects including Comedy Central’s Short Attention Span Theater (1993 to 1994), the brief game show Never Mind the Buzzcocks (2002), The Marc Maron Show (2006), Morning Sedition (2004), and Breakroom Live (2008-2009).
Marc Maron’s most prominent distinguishing strength, however, accompanied the webcast WTF with Marc Maron that he began facilitating in September 2009 where he would talk with jokesters, creators, performers, and VIPs in his carport in Highland Park, Los Angeles. Aside from his work as a podcaster and professional comic, he has written the books The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life As a Reluctant Messiah (2001), Attempting Normal (2014), and Waiting for the Punch: Words to Live by from the WTF Podcast (2017). He has likewise acted in a few movies in supporting/appearance jobs.
His most striking work as a TV actor has included featuring as ‘himself’ in the parody arrangement Maron (2013-2016), voicing the personality of Randl in the vivified TV arrangement Harvey Beaks (2015-2016), and assuming the co-lead function of Sam Sylvia in the Netflix satire arrangement GLOW (2017-Present).
Marc David Maron
Marc Maron is at present 59 as indicated by his birthdate of September 27, 1963
Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, United States
Good country Park, Los Angeles, California, United States
Marc had moved on from Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He at that point joined Boston University and moved on from that point in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English writing.
Professional comic, Podcaster, Writer, Actor
- Father – Barry Ralph Maron (Orthopedic Surgeon)
- Mother – Toby Maron
- Siblings – Craig Maron (Younger Brother)
- Others – Benjamin Maron (Paternal Grandfather), Eleanor Mostowitz (Paternal Grandmother), Jacob Blum (Maternal Grandfather), Golda/Goldie Feuer (Maternal Grandmother)
He is spoken to by Kelly Van Valkenburg, General Manager, Avalon Entertainment, New York City, New York, United States.
Elective Comedy, Black Comedy, Self-Deprecation, Cringe Comedy, Satire, Observational Comedy
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
73 kg or 161 lbs
Marc has dated –
- Kimberly Reiss (1997–2001) – Marc got hitched to Kimberly Reiss in 1997 and the couple headed out in different directions in 2001.
- Mishna Wolff (2004–2007) – Marc at that point wedded to previous standup joke artist Mishna Wolff in 2004 and they got separated in 2007.
- Jessica Sanchez (2010-2013) – He began dating conduct authority Jessica Sanchez in 2010 and they got occupied in 2012. They in the long run headed out in different directions in October 2013.
- Moon Zappa (2014)
- Sarah Cain (2015-2019)
- Lynn Shelton (2019-2020) – Marc began dating movie Manager Lynn Shelton in late 2019 and the two were together until her inconvenient end in May 2020 which was brought about by a blood issue.
He is of Polish and Russian-Jewish plummet.
- Center-separated, wavy, congested hair
- sports a thick mustache, regularly joined by rough whiskers
- Affable grin
- Often sports a Mullett
Marc Maron Facts:
- He had lived in Wayne, New Jersey until the Age of 6 when he moved to Alaska as his dad had joined the U.S. Flying corps for a very long time. When his dad chose to leave the power, the Family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico where Marc remained till his secondary school graduation.
- A 2010 scene of the web recording WTF with Marc Maron where he talked with individual standup jokester and previous flatmate Louis C.K. was appraised as the ‘#1 Podcast Episode of All Time’ by Slate magazine.
- For his work in the 2019 satire film Sword of Trust, he won the ‘Best Actor’ grant at the year’s Gijón International Film Festival.
4. He has regularly spoken authentically, out in the open and on his digital broadcast, about his liquor and medication maltreatment during the 1990s and how he got calm in 1999.