Danny Lobell started out in New York City 12 years ago doing open mics and auditioning at the clubs. He became a headliner and built up a following on his podcast, Comical Radio, which was the first ever podcast to feature interviews with comedians. On it, he interviewed comedians like George Carlin, Chris Rock, and Billy Connolly, along with entertainers such as Larry King and Dick Cavett.
During this time, he captivated audiences in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Spain, South Africa, France, and Belgium with his surrealist observations and vivid storytelling.
In 2012, he appeared on Chicago Public Media's "This American Life," on which he told a story about raising a rooster in Brooklyn with his gangster neighbor. He was also a guest on WTF with Marc Maron, The Artie Lange Show, and My Damn Channel's Love Me Cat.
After relocating from NYC to Los Angeles, Danny started "Modern Day Philosophers," a podcast that partners a modern or ancient philosopher with a comedian. Maria Bamford, Bill Burr, Lewis Black, Carl Reiner, Shelley Berman, Reggie Watts, Aisha Tyler, Andy Kindler, and Marc Maron have appeared on the show.