Michael Ian Black
Michael Ian Black was one of eleven members of The State, one of three members of Stella, and one of two cast members of Michael & Michael Have Issues. If you’re not into collaborative comedy, you should check out I Am a Wonderful Man, his stand-up album. If you are a small child, you should probably find a more appropriate website, but first get his book Chicken Cheeks. If you’re a podcast fan check out his podcast Mike and Tom Eat Snacks, or MATES.
Comedian Michael Ian Black is tackling a great work of literature. Actually, Tackling might be too strong a word. More like “light caressing” plus a lot of complaining. He's reading the Thomas Hardy classic, Jude the Obscure, out loud and commenting as he goes. Join Michael, some of his famous (and non-famous) friends and experts as he discovers Jude’s world and a few things about his own. Is it a terrible idea? Probably. But it’s a terrible idea he wants to do with you.
"Topics" features long-time friends and creative comedic collaborators Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter as they tackle some of mankind's most difficult questions: What is the nature of love? Is time travel possible? Does God exist? And so many more. "Topics" is a thoughtful, intense conversation about what makes humankind... kind of human. Featuring original music by Dan Deacon!
Join guest host Samm Levine as he sits down with writer and actor Michael Ian Black (Wet Hot American Summer, Burning Love). Michael chats about his early days in sketch comedy, reads his Seuss-like election results, and how working is his social…Listen
Comedy’s own Michael Ian Black aka The Marm of Smarm returns along with Scott’s nephew Todd on a special B-B-BONUS episode of Comedy Bing Bong! Why is MIB in everything from Smosh: The Movie to Another Period to Wet Hot American Summer:…Listen
Ronna & Beverly had a terrific time at this year's San Francisco Sketch Fest and are now sharing it with you! With the company of baby faced Michael Ian Black & trusty trainer Bob Harper what more can you ask for? Maybe…Listen
In the first Doug Loves Movies/Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast cross-over event, Scott brings on his friends Doug Benson, Dana Gould, Paul F. Tompkins, Michael Ian Black, and of course the theme-song composer Reggie Watts. The show gets its first ever appearance…Listen