Longtime comedy journalist Julie Seabaugh grew up on a Missouri farm. She now lives in L.A., where she is following up 2021 Vice documentary, Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11, with a film about Marc Maron.
I don’t mind when people fail. If someone has a really good joke that failed, and they come back next week and they worked on it and it’s better, I can see that they saw the failure, and they know how to learn from it.
Remember, I’m a comic. I don’t have all the answers, but I will always have an opinion.
Well, that’s the most difficult part of the story to address. There was something so dehumanizing about the whole enterprise.
I have no reason to be scared of anything, ever. 2018 could have been a death punch to me as a comedian. That kind of beating is almost unheard of as a stand-up comic. But I proved to myself that I can rise up to the biggest occasions.
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