|2011||This Has To Be Funny|
|2006||Tickets Still Available|
|2002||Not Sold Out|
|2017||Marc Maron: Too Real|
|2015||This Is Not Happening: Emergency
Storytelling show. Features multiple comedians.
|2014||The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail Season 1: The One with the Worst Jobs
Showcase features multiple comedians.
|2014||Marc Maron: Thinky Pain|
|2013||Funny as Hell (Season 3)
Featured Multiple Comedians. Aired on HBO Canada.
|2012||John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show (Season 3)|
|2010||John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show|
|2007||Comedy Central Presents Marc Maron 2|
Weekly late night stand-up showcase on NBC
|1998||Comedy Central Presents Marc Maron 1|
|1997||Comics Come Home 3|
|1996||Kickin' Aspen: Maximum Comedy
From the Aspen Comedy Festival. Also known as "Kicking Aspen: Extreme Comedy"
|1996||HBO Comedy Half Hour: Marc Maron|
|1995||Comics Come Home|
|2001||The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah|
Still it took a while to start performing. As a college freshman, Maron went to The Comic Strip in New York City to see a show and encountered Paul Reiser. He asked for advice about doing stand-up, and Reiser said, “You just gotta do it.”
Post college, Maron returned home to New Mexico. But it was only a quick stop, as he soon jumped in his car to move to Los Angeles. He ended up as a doorman for The Comedy Store and living in the home Mitzi Shore kept for comics (including Andrew Dice Clay). The lifestyle also led to substance abuse problems that eventually drove Maron from LA.
Maron moved to Boston. Maron discovered his brand of comedy there, and to this day considers himself a “Boston Comic.”
For his HBO special, Maron claims he did untested material, stuff he had not worked very often in front of a live audience.
Maron hosts the long running podcast WTF. WTF began in September of 2009 and is one of the most celebrated and respected podcasts in the medium, averaging 3 million downloads monthly. Maron produces the show from a studio in his home garage.
The show also sparked a half hour sitcom for IFC entitled “Maron”, where Maron plays a fictionalized version of himself. The show began its third season in May 2015.
In 2013 Maron released a book of essays entitled “Attempting Normal.”