Marc Maron

Marc Maron's House

Marc Maron’s home, located in the Highland Park area of Los Angeles, is the home base for Marc Maron’s podcast, WTF, is recorded. The podcast is famously recorded in the garage.

Marc Maron is a comedian, actor, radio personality, screenwriter and podcast host who is known for his podcast WTF. Born on September 27, 1963 in New Jersey, Marc was raised for a couple of years in Alaska when his father did his medical residency for the US Air Force. Eventually, his family settled in New Mexico where Marc stayed through high school. He graduated from Boston University with a degree in English Literature in 1986. Marc started doing standup comedy in 1987 when he was 24 years old. After doing his time in the standup world, he produced a one man show, Jerusalem Syndrome, which had an extended off-Broadway run in 2000 and was later released in book form. In 2004, Marc co-hosted a talk radio morning show on the now defunct liberal leaning Air America. Marc’s contract was not renewed and he was released from the show in December 2005. In 2009, after being let go from 4 Air America shows and working through a divorce, Marc found solace in talking in his garage and recording his podcast.

The WTF podcast has now been downloaded more than one hundred million times since its debut in September 2009. The podcast is downloaded by 2.75M listeners a month and features conversations with comedians and celebrities. The WTF podcast just passed its 500th episode and most recently, the podcast made national news when Marc was able to sit down in the garage with President Obama. In 2013, Marc Maron began a tv show on IFC which features himself in a fictionalized version of his life called Maron. The third season started in May 2015. Marc Maron’s estimated net worth is $500,000.

The house itself is located in Highland Park in Los Angeles. Marc bought the house in 2004 with his then wife, Mishna Wolff. The two bedroom, one bathroom, Mission style home is the home base for his WTF podcast. The tv show is filmed in a rented craftsman style home down the road, in order to make Highland Park a character in the show.
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