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AMERICAN MASTERS | Garrison Keillor "On Being Famous" | PBS

Duration: 01:19

Garrison Keillor discusses why Americans feel the overwhelming urge to share their intimate stories with complete strangers. This episode of AMERICAN MASTERS follows America's foremost humorist and social pundit, Garrison Keillor, as the showman takes his skits and monologues across the country in his popular radio show, A Prairie Home Companion.

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Post Date: June 22, 2009