Sam Seder

Sam-SederSam Seder is a New York based political talk show host. Seder’s daily podcast, The Majority Report, has been voted best News/Politics podcast for four years running. It airs live at Seder is an MSNBC contributor and has appeared regularly on nearly every major cable news outlet.

Seder is a former Air America Radio host,  including co-hosting The Majority Report with Janeane Garofalo, and the web only, video show, Break Room Live with Marc Maron. Seder also served as the Editor in Chief of

Seder co-authored Fubar: America’s Right-Wing Nightmare with Stephen Sherrill; Seder’s writing credits also include comedy pilots for HBO, NBC, Fox and CBS. He co-wrote, directed, and acted in the feature length comedy Who’s the Caboose?, starring Sarah Silverman, H. Jon Benjamin and David Cross, acquired by the Trio cable Network.

Seder performed the same duties and reunited the cast in the Trio, six-part miniseries sequel to Caboose, entitled Pilot Season. Seder’s directing credits also include Comedy Central’s I’m with Busey and Studios USA’s Beat Cops. Currently, Seder does voice work on the Fox Network cartoon “Bob’s Burgers”, and his acting credits include 10 network pilots, guest spots on various television shows including Sex in the City, as well as several feature-length films.