The Greg Fitzsimmons Show

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The Greg Fitzsimmons Show
Running time ~1 hour
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
Home station Howard 101
Hosted by Greg Fitzsimmons
Original release 2006 – present

'The Greg Fitzsimmons Show is a talk radio program hosted by American stand-up comic, actor, writer, and television producer, Greg Fitzsimmons. The Greg Fitzsimmons Show is uncensored and featured on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, on Howard Stern's Howard 101. The radio program was first transmitted in 2006, and continues to be broadcast live on Monday nights at 9pm PST/11:59pm EST.[1] A rebroadcast of the show is "replayed" throughout the week on Howard 101.

Unlike most shows on Sirius XM Radio, which are broadcast out of Sirius headquarters in New York City, The Greg Fitzsimmons Show is broadcast from Fitzsimmons' DogHouse Studios in Venice Beach, California or at Sirius’ Los Angeles studio in Hollywood, California.[2]

Show staff[edit]

Mike Gibbons (aka "Gibby"),[3] who is also a comedy writer and television producer, is Fitzsimmons’ sidekick/producer. Gibbons is a long-time friend of Fitzsimmons, which allows for natural, quick-witted banter between the two men, and occasional disagreements that are hashed out on-air. The executive producer is Jim McClure (NY), and associate producers are Cori Lahners (CA) and Mike Farese (NY).[4]


The show features interviews with celebrities, musical guests and comedians, and listener call-ins encouraged throughout the show. As veteran comedy writers, Fitzsimmons and Gibbons offer a unique perspective on Hollywood and a behind-the-scenes look at the industry. Their experience and insight provides a notable twist to celebrity interviews.

Some past guests include: Jimmy Kimmel, Ray Romano, Bob Saget, Dave Navarro, Sarah Silverman, Kevin Nealon, Jerry O’Connell, Joe Rogan, Andy Richter, Adam Carolla, Andy Dick, Dave Attell, Daniel Tosh, Judah Friedlander, Patton Oswalt, Doug Benson, Rick Shapiro, Carlos Mencia, Joel McHale, John Henson, Belladonna, Olivia Munn, Dave Koechner, Spike Feresten, Robert Morton, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Zack Galifianakis, Karen Kilgariff and Robert Schimmel.[5]


Interviews of Host Citing Greg Fitzsimmons Show

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