Modern Day Philosophers
Modern Day Philosophers
Society & Culture, Comedy


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Host Daniel Lobell explores a new philosopher each show with his guests. Past guests include Fred Armisen, Colin Quinn, Brian Regan, Gad Elmaleh, Bill Burr, Lewis Black, Maria Bamford, Marc Maron, Aisha Tyler, Jackie Mason, Reggie Watts, Mayim Bialik, Robert Klein and many more! The show debuted in 2013 and has more than 1.5 million downloads. Each episode gets 8k-20k downloads, and there are fans all around the world (80% in U.S., 20% outside). I will help promote your business to my listeners by doing spoken ads and posting on social media if you request.

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About the Host
Host Name: Daniel Lobell
Daniel Lobell is a Los Angeles based comedian, comic book creator, podcast host, visual artist, and storyteller. He is the host of the Modern Day Philosophers podcast, which features comedians like Bill Burr, Brian Regan, Maria Bamford, Aisha Tyler, and Fred Armisen talking philosophy. He is also the creator of the “Fair Enough” autobiographical comic book series, and has two albums out on Stand Up! Records: “Some Kind of Comedian” (2013) and “The Nicest Boy in Barcelona” (2017). In 2017, Daniel made his Edinburgh Fringe debut with his one man show “Broke As A Joke,” which received accolades from critics and fans alike. He has appeared on WTF with Marc Maron, This American Life, The Howard Stern Wrap Up Show, Dr. Drew’s podcast, Gilbert Gottfried’s Amazing Colossal Podcast!, Risk!, KPCC, and The Artie Lange Show. In 2015, he gave a TEDx Talk, and he has toured all around the world doing standup comedy. He is a graduate of The Second City improv program and the creator of the first comedy podcast to feature interviews with comedians, Comical Radio.
Average Episode Length
1-1.5 Hours
Twice a Month
Philosophy, comedy, college, intellectual thought, entertainment
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