Wayne Federman is a comedian, actor, author, and comedy writer. He’s performed for audiences all over the country both live and on the television tubes. He’s one of the rare comedians with more than a modicum of interest in sports, demonstrated by his biography of “Pistol” Pete Maravich. Additionally, he served as the head monologue writer for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon for nearly two-hundred episodes.
May 28, 2019
Comedian, actor, writer and so much more Wayne Federman (The History of Standup) joins Howard and the crew for this week’s Who Charted! Wayne taps into the local comic history while they count down Apple Music’s Top Songs. Plus, they guess the four audience quadrants and Wayne tries to convert Howard to the 4DX moviegoing experience with the Movie Chart, and the gang reviews upbeat tracks and the summah commandments during the Hot Picks.
This episode is sponsored by Original Grain (www.originalgrain.com code: CHARTED).
December 11, 2015
Welcome back to Sister Oh, Brother! with your host Wayne Federman! It’s the podcast for people to hash out their sibling rivalries. This week Wayne has an exclusive interview with Lauren Lapkus’ twin sister Blauren Lapkus who is suing her sister for stealing her persona. Blauren and Wayne talk about what the real Lauren is like, call up Wayne’s brother Andrew Federman to chat, and do some word association therapy. Later, Traci Reardon arrives to help her Twitter followers with advice on being embarrassed by your sister, sharing a Netflix account with your sibling, and other sibling issues in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”