The Drinking Partners bring comedy back on tap as they welcome comic Marcus Cox and reminisce on their early days as performers. It doesn’t take long for the jokes and jabs to start and the laughter to spread as Ed and Day banter back and forth and Marcus joins in, which listeners will recognize as a true return to form for the Drinking Partners. The trio gets momentarily serious as they discuss comedy as a profession during pandemic times and the difficulties that have accompanied closed stages and venues. And then the conversation transitions into oversized belt buckles, earrings, and other aughts-centric style, as Ed remarks, “These kids don’t know.” This latest Drinking Partners release is more than just entertainment, as it fully explores several angles of careers in comedy, from financial security to self-preservation and promotion, with Marcus explaining how his own business ventures - MC Auto Detailing - has helped support him throughout the last year. Another classic Drinking Partners listen, filled with philosophy on comedy and beyond, and one that offers enough laughs to last until the next release. Yet also offers some hate for crinkle cut fries. Find Marcus on Facebook as Marcus Cox and on IG: @marcuscomedy86
One of the greatest players to ever strap on the Block A makes his BGP Lounge Debut: Marcus Cox! We talk about his journey of getting an offer all the way to becoming one of the greatest App State football players in program history!We streamed this episode live in the 333 Club. If you want to join the 333 Club then visit SupportBGP.com today!
A producer behind such films as Adult Beginners, KICKS, Tangerine, and I Stand: The Guardians of the Water, Marcus shares his story from working in real estate to pursuing his bucket list, and explains the importance of flexibility and problem-solving when it comes to productions large or small. Marcus is an Independent Spirit nominated and Emmy and Gotham Award winning producer. He founded Through Films with his wife, Karrie Cox, in an effort to produce meaningful motion pictures that captivate, influence and entertain audiences. Marcus recently produced the drama Dark Was the Night, starring Marisa Tomei, Charlie Plummer, Timothy Olyphant and Mireille Enos and Michael Tully’s psychological thriller, Don’t Leave Home. Through Films has a diverse slate, with multiple film and television projects in development. Interview Date: 07.21.20 @marcuspeacecox @createdbypodcast @marsmilus www.createdby-podcast.comSpecial Guest: Marcus Cox.
New interview w Connecticut Basketball Superstar Marcus Cox Former UCONN & UMASS player Presented by Jay’s sports corner & Nxtlvl productionz Follow via Instagram @jayssportscorner @marcus.cox.5688476--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode we take our talents to Connecticut and stay true to our Tri-State intentions! We got the chance to sit with a graduate of Kolbe Cathedral H.S., where this man helped lead his team to the state chip. Born and bred in Bridgeport, he's stayed loyal to his city in both his decision to attend UConn, to play for coach Jim Calhoun, and also as a current coach/mentor via his New England Supreme basketball academy. We learn about the events that led him to transfer to UMass Amherst to play for then coach Steve Lappas and how injury and some missteps didn't deter him from making progress in life beyond basketball. Lace up and listen to the basketball journey of Marcus Cox on this episode of Dribble N' Dimes. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and tell a friend! Mix & Mastering courtesy of DJ Trends --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dribblendimes/support
Season 3, Ep. 4: Marcus Cox and Playhouse on the Square
Marcus Cox, in addition to being a talented thespian is also the Director of Community Relations at Playhouse on the Square here in Memphis. This conversation was a lot of fun and took some interesting turns. Marcus breaks down the history of POTS, his own life in theatre, and the delicacies of a Shoney’s buffet. Enjoy!
Marcus Cox | "The Audience is Gonna Respond How You Respond."
Usually Wrong with Nate Nulph
Marcus Cox is a stand-up comedian from Pittsburgh. He is one of the most hard-working and funniest comedians in the area. This is one of Nate's favorite conversations because of his ideas on children with comedy. Please enjoy this episode because it's a game changer.Listen to "Hysterical Garbage," a podcast with Marcus Cox and Joey Purse. TWITTER: @UsuallyWrong and @thenulphINSTAGRAM: @nulphcomedy and @natenulphNATENULPH.COM