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69 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cameron Esposito. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cameron Esposito, often where they are interviewed.

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69 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cameron Esposito. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cameron Esposito, often where they are interviewed.

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Pride Bonus: Cameron Esposito

The Margaret Cho
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In her final pride bonus episode, Margaret speaks with author and comedian Cameron Esposito about how her comedy reflects her life experiences and where she sees stand-up going post-quarantine.

The Margaret Cho is an Earios production.

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Contact Margaret at Margaret@earios.net.

Edited by Tracy Levy.

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Jul 02 2020

44mins

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"Live Wire House Party" with Cameron Esposito, Claude Taylor, and The Lone Bellow

Live Wire with Luke Burbank
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Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello choose their ideal fictional characters to join them in lockdown; comedian Cameron Esposito unpacks the ups and downs of making Zoom her new comedy stage; Claude Taylor, who launched the Twitter feed @ratemyskyperoom, critiques Luke's home studio background; and The Lone Bellow share a new song they collaborated on while social distancing.

May 01 2020

52mins

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Cameron Esposito Wants You to ‘Save Yourself’

The Last Laugh
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Cameron Esposito made a huge splash in the comedy world seven years ago when she made her late-night stand-up debut on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. The other guest on the show, Jay Leno, called her the “future” of comedy and declared “Lesbians rule!” Since then, Cameron has created her own TV show called ‘Take My Wife,’ released a stand-up special called ‘Rape Jokes’ and this past month published a memoir with the inadvertently timely title ‘Save Yourself.’ On this episode, Cameron talks about all of that, plus getting “zoom-bombed” with hardcore pornography, starting to tell jokes about divorcing her ex-partner comedian Rhea Butcher, her current girlfriend’s battle with the coronavirus and a lot more. 


Twitter: @cameronesposito and @mattwilstein | Instagram: @cameronesposito and @lastlaughpod

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Apr 21 2020

1hr 6mins

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Growing Up Gay w/ Cameron Esposito - Ep. 126

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
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We're Dyking Out with Cameron Esposito (Brooklyn 99, Queery, Take My Wife) about her new memoir Save Yourself and what it was like to be a little gay kid. We discuss the days when we were gay but didn't yet know it, and whether it was a decade ago or days ago, maybe you can relate! Were you the one in your friend group who played with gender norms on Halloween? Did you always feel extra different but couldn't quite put your finger on it? Did you have a crush on Claire Danes? Do you still have a crush on Claire Danes??? We also talk about how the global pandemic has hit too close to home and turned all of our plans upside down. We had a blast chatting with Cameron from afar, and if you want a dose of laughter and relatable stories, be sure to pickup her memoir Save Yourself or listen to the audiobook!

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Apr 07 2020

1hr 3mins

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Love is Vulnerability is BRAVERY (ft. Cameron Esposito)

Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani
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On this week’s episode, Reshma sits down with comedian Cameron Esposito to talk bravery and relationships. They confront staying true to who you are, where embarrassment really comes from, and the challenges of marginalized relationships.

Plus, Reshma answers the questions you've been sending in at the end of the show. You can tell Reshma your Brave, Not Perfect story or ask her a question by calling 347-76-BRAVE or sending an email to bravenotperfect@girlswhocode.com. Plus, you can follow her on twitter and instagram @ReshmaSaujani or join the Brave, Not Perfect Facebook group: https://bit.ly/2t5p41l

Queery (podcast): https://bit.ly/2xg5CRd

Rape Jokes (standup special): https://bit.ly/2QEYg0i 

Save Yourself (memoir): https://bit.ly/2Uefowg

Follow Cameron's instagram: https://bit.ly/2UtcHWk

Follow Cameron on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3aeslvv



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Mar 24 2020

39mins

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BONUS: Interview with Cameron Esposito

Friendly Atheist Podcast
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Cameron Esposito is a comedian, actor, and podcaster, known for her show Take My Wife, as well as her stand-up comedy and her podcast, Queery. Her new book is called "Save Yourself."

Jessica and Cameron spoke at Earwolf Studios in Los Angeles, where they discussed Cameron’s Catholic upbringing, how Hollywood is slowly beginning to tell more diverse stories, and (surprisingly) the Royal Family.

Jan 22 2020

52mins

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No Heteromance (with Cameron Esposito)

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
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Drunk scootering, goat home invasions and deep diving into the hot mess that is straight couples. After that, we have comedian Cameron Esposito in the stude to talk about their shared Catholic upbringing, Beyonce's first Super Bowl performance, and Cameron's new book "Save Yourself," out March 2020. This week, Bari's watching Black Mirror and Matt's watching Succession. For social media, you can follow Bari @finkelbaripie, Matt @mattbellassai, and Unhappy Hour @UnhappyHourPod.

Oct 22 2019

54mins

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High School Dating (w/ Cameron Esposito)

Why Won't You Date Me? with Nicole Byer
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Cameron Esposito (Put Your Hands Together, Queery podcast) discusses what it's like to host a show with her ex-wife, her past experience working as a circus ring leader, and how it feels to get dumped as a couple. Nicole shares her experience 'coming out' to her parents for liking dicks.

Chicago! Come see Why Won't You Date Me at HeadGum Live June 15th. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/headgum-live-why-wont-you-date-me-with-nicole-byer-thalia-hall-tickets-59977721981

You can play along and see Nicole's Tinder bio and photos on her Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/NicoleByerComedy

Be sure to rate Why Won't You Date Me 5-stars on Apple Podcasts. Leave a dirty comment for a chance have it read on-air.

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Tour Dates: nicolebyerwastaken.com/tourdates

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Apr 19 2019

56mins

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Cameron Esposito Got Her Big Break...And Then It Fell Apart

Going Through It
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Cameron Esposito had always looked at her career in comedy as if she was running a small, DIY business. But when she was approached by Seeso, an online streaming network, to make a TV series based on her life, she felt that Hollywood was finally taking notice. Esposito tells host Ann Friedman about launching her series, getting rave reviews…and how she coped with the fall out after the network shut down.

Apr 15 2019

22mins

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An Evening with Comedienne Cameron Esposito

MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing
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Comedienne Cameron Esposito delights audiences with a short comedy set followed by Q&A about Rape Jokes, her standup comedy special about sexual assault from a survivor’s perspective.

Cameron Esposito is a nationally headlining comic who has garnered glowing praise from The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Variety, and The Guardian. She’s also a sexual assault survivor. In 2018, Esposito released Rape Jokes, a standup comedy special about sexual assault from a survivor’s perspective. Esposito joined the MIT Communications Forum for a short standup performance followed by Q&A with the audience.

Co-sponsored/supported by the de Florez Fund for Humor, Women & Gender Studies at MIT, and The MindHandHeart Innovation Fund.

Apr 03 2019

52mins

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