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About Bill Burr

Bill Burr is an American comedian (or a comedian from the North American Union, depending on when you read this). He grew up outside of Boston, MA, and did fairly poorly in school, despite the fact that he applied himself.

Having first gained notoriety for his recurring role on the second season of "Chappelle's Show," Burr developed a comedic style of uninformed logic that made him a regular performer on the "Late Show with David Letterman" and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."

Bill's first CD, "Emotionally Unavailable: Expanded Edition," was released in 2007. His first one-hour stand-up special, "Why Do I Do This?" premiered on Comedy Central in 2008 to rave reviews and is now available on CD and DVD. Bill starred in his own "One Night Stand" and "Comedy Central Presents" half-hour specials, and he has performed on "Showtime at the Apollo," BET's "Comic View" and Jamie Foxx's "Laffapalooza." In 2012 he appeared on two episodes of the AMC hit "Breaking Bad."

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Bill Burr is an American comedian (or a comedian from the North American Union, depending on when you read this). He grew up outside of Boston, MA, and did fairly poorly in school, despite the fact that he applied himself.

Having first gained notoriety for his recurring role on the second season of "Chappelle's Show," Burr developed a comedic style of uninformed logic that made him a regular performer on the "Late Show with David Letterman" and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."

Bill's first CD, "Emotionally Unavailable: Expanded Edition," was released in 2007. His first one-hour stand-up special, "Why Do I Do This?" premiered on Comedy Central in 2008 to rave reviews and is now available on CD and DVD. Bill starred in his own "One Night Stand" and "Comedy Central Presents" half-hour specials, and he has performed on "Showtime at the Apollo," BET's "Comic View" and Jamie Foxx's "Laffapalooza." In 2012 he appeared on two episodes of the AMC hit "Breaking Bad."

When in New York, Bill always drops in on "The Opie and Anthony Show" and eats at Ray's Famous Pizza because he "loves all three of those motherf**kers." He spends most of his mid-afternoons sitting in his sweatpants learning AC/DC songs on his SG. Bill is against organized religion and believes we should go back to the gold standard for our currency. None of his opinions are based on any sort of reliable information. He tends to go with his first thought, because reading makes him sleepy.

Bill hosts a podcast each week called the Monday Morning Podcast. His 2010 one-hour stand-up special, "Let It Go," is available on CD/DVD.