Mancow Muller

Since the start of his career in 1988, on a one-kilowatt AM station in Missouri, Mancow Muller has catapulted to the top of the nation's radio marketplace.

The radio show is unlike any on the air today. It's a fast paced, listener driven show with an unusual blend of reality, characters, parody songs, bits and a combination of P.T. Barnum showmanship with wit and timing that David Letterman has said he's jealous of. Guests are also a big portion of the show. From President Clinton to Chris Farley, Metallica to Pat Boone, Anthony Robbins to a guy who'd like to date his sister if only he could "gather the courage."

Outspoken. Outrageous. Out-of-control.

If it's in the news, you can bet WKQX's Mancow has an opinion about it
• 9/16: Sounding off on Janet Reno

People from all walks of life show up on Mancow's Morning Madhouse. Unlike most radio hosts today, Mancow doesn't mock the guests or treat them as if he were a "bigger star." Mancow feels that everybody has a story and he'd like to hear them all, as would his listeners.

In 1994 he was arrested by the city of San Francisco for causing a massive traffic jam on the Bay Bridge. The stunt attracted global media attention and may have contributed to Mancow's winning Billboard magazine's coveted Radio Personality of the Year award in 1995, 1996 and 1997. In addition, Mancow has appeared on Late Night with David Letterman, Entertainment Tonight, E!, Hard Copy, A Current Affair, Extra, Arsenio!, The Morton Downey Show as well as guest appearances on Early Edition and Party of Five. In fact, one of his dozens of appearances on The Jerry Springer Show was named Clip of the Year by the popular E! show, Talk Soup.