Aimee Mann

Aimee Mann is a soulful singer-songwriter who has contributed music to great films such as I Am Sam, Magnolia, and The Fighter. More importantly, however, is her penchant for comedy which has lead her to musical and acting roles in shows like Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and Portlandia.

Guest Appearances

April 3, 2022

Singer-songwriter Aimee Mann feels apprehensive about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.

Aimee sits down with Conan to discuss her tumultuous childhood, early days on the scene with her band The Young Snakes, and the importance of being able to say what you think and feel. Plus, Team Coco’s own gossip expert Solomon Georgio shares some hot historical goss dating all the way back to 1892.

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October 2, 2017

Paul F. Tompkins welcomes ladies, gentleman, and cats walking across any keyboards to this week’s Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special return guest is singer-songwriter Aimee Mann! They chat about how many times Aimee googled herself this week, baby bangs, and phone etiquette at restaurants. Then, they are joined by improvisers Jordan Black, Hal Lublin, and Gary Anthony Williams, to improvise a story set at Splash Mountain at Disneyland. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!

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July 6, 2016

Matt gathered some of the best anecdotes told on I Was There Too about experiences on the set of Aliens, The Big Lebowski, Poltergeist, and many more. You’ll hear from Paul F. Tompkins, Aimee Mann, Gilbert Gottfried, Lisa Jakub, Phil LaMarr and more on topics ranging from food, flesh, and pancakes to making & breaking comedy. It’s a perfect way to jump into the podcast for new listeners and a grand collection of great stories for regular listeners to revisit.

This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, Blue Apron, and Now Hear This Podcast Festival.

March 30, 2016

Recorded Live aboard the JoCo Cruise, Matt welcomes singer-songwriter Aimee Mann to talk about her role as Nihilist Woman, Franz’s Girlfriend in The Big Lebowski. Aimee tells us about having to create dialogue in German, what it was like working with the Coen brothers, and whether or not her character gave her toe away willingly. Then, Paul F. Tompkins returns to talk about playing customer service operator Chad in Magnolia. Paul describes his three intense days of shooting the scene which included singing Sade songs with Mary Lynn Rajskub, embarrassing himself at the table read as he sat right next to Tom Cruise, and realizing his only his voice would make the final cut. Plus, Matt and Paul share how the power of the internet lead to them being friends and collaborators as they answer audience questions!

June 8, 2015

Paul F. Tompkins welcomes you and yours, including families, back to Spontaneanation! This week Paul’s special guest is singer-songwriter Aimee Mann! They chat about the thing Aimee desires that she is most ashamed of desiring, accepting that other people have opinions of their own, and Aimee’s response to a therapist telling her to talk to her younger self. Paul is then joined by his pals from his show No, You Shut Up!, improvisers Ted Michaels, Michael Oosterom, and Colleen Smith, to improvise a story set at the Underwear Department at Macy’s. As always, the glorious Eban Schletter scores it all on piano! 

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April 17, 2015

The Sklars kick off the show with in depth analysis of what it’s like to be an elite runner who insists on wearing sandals and why sportsmanlike conduct in Formula 1 racing is a thing of the past. Then, Randy and Jason welcome to the show singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, who discusses what it’s like to look back on your music and see how its evolved over time. Additionally, Aimee, who has close ties to Floyd Mayweather’s trainer, gives insight into his upcoming fight of the century. Later, in Quickhits, the gang discusses impromptu erections, as well as Manny Pacquiao’s latest music endeavors. Lastly, Bryant Gumbel calls in to continue the celebration of this, his 20th season of Real Sports, with some comedy!