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Bill Burr Quotes About Feminism, Wnba, Futon, Marriage, War, Success & Relationship! Actor and writer William Frederick Burr is most known for his work as a stand-up comedian and actor. Let It Go (2010), and You People Are All the Same (2012) are examples of his many stand-up comedy specials that have been made. On June 10, 1968, William Frederick Burr was born in Canton, Massachusetts. He graduated from high school in 1987. While attending Emerson College in Boston, where David Foster Wallace taught him, he earned a bachelor’s degree in radio in 1993.

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Before initiating his comic career, he worked in warehouses, saying that he appreciated the job’s flexibility. On March 2, 1992, Burr made his debut as a stand-up comedian. Bill Burr’s Monday Morning Podcast has been a weekly one-hour podcast since May 2007 in which he discusses his experiences, current events, going on tour, and sports, as well as answering listener questions. In 2012, Burr co-founded the All Things Comedy network with which he shared the podcast, and it is now accessible on the network’s website, Spotify, and YouTube.

Burr has also appeared on other comedians’ radio programs and podcasts. With Ralph Garman, he appeared on the Hollywood Babble-On podcast on April 18, 2011. In the task “No Love Lost” of Grand Theft Auto IV, Burr portrayed the character of The Lost MC biker Jason Michaels in the game’s 2008 audio release version. His character was returned in the game’s expansion pack, “The Lost and Damned,” released in 2009.

Burr has been described as a “comic’s comedian” by many who follow the stand-up comedy scene in the United States. Burr has been referred to be “the undisputed heavyweight champ of rage-fueled comedy” by Rolling Stone. In 2013, the New York Times referred to Burr as “one of the funniest, most unique voices in the nation for years.”

Best Bill Burr Quotes

1. “I’m not going to lie. I am a psycho. Luckily, I get most of it out on stage.” — Bill Burr

2. “My favorite kind of humor is basically if it was happening to you, it wouldn’t be funny, but to observe it, it’s hilarious.” — Bill Burr

3. “I used to think you had to live this miserable life and that that would make you funnier, but you don’t. The misery will come. The misery will find you.” — Bill Burr

4. “You start in bars and then restaurants, then you want to get into comedy clubs where you feature, then you headline, and once you sell out clubs, you’re into theaters. I’ve been able to get there, and it’s cool to do that.” — Bill Burr

5. “Being a stand-up comic, this isn’t a stepping-stone for me; it’s what I do, and this is what I’m always going to do. And even if I do a TV show, the only reason to do a TV show is to get more people to know me to come out to my stand-up shows.” — Bill Burr

6. “You have to understand how bad I wanted to be a comedian, how much I loved doing it. I still can’t believe I get to do this for a living and have people come up and want to see me.” — Bill Burr

7. “I love doing radio, and I love doing stand-up, obviously.” — Bill Burr

8. “Working on the Dave Chappelle show was amazing.” — Bill Burr

9. “The first night you walk down to a comedy club, at least for me, I had my voice, and then I went on stage and I lost it.” — Bill Burr

10. “The only time I get sick of making people laugh is when I’m in a non-writing-joke mode, and I just can’t seem to come up with anything new that’s funny. That’s a tough place to be as a comedian.” — Bill Burr

11. “I still remember the first gig where I got people going. It was Rascals in New Jersey, and the place was packed. I was scared. People were expecting me to be funny. I gotta be honest, every time I walk into a club, it’s that same fear.” — Bill Burr

12. “There is a very difficult period in a comedian’s career – it’s that window of time where you’re good enough to draw tickets, but nobody knows you yet.” — Bill Burr

13. “Carnegie Hall is as good as they say it is. It’s not like Stonehenge, which looks great in books, but then you go there and it’s a pile of rocks next to a highway. There’s actually a highway right next to it, but you don’t see that in pictures.” — Bill Burr

14. “A plumber doesn’t change the way he plumbs when he has a kid. You’re a comedian. This is your style.” — Bill Burr

15. “Stand-up comedy is this thing you get to do, so you have to treat it with respect. You can’t just be like, ‘Alright, I got my hour down, people are coming to see me now. Now, I’m going to lean on the mike stand.’ No, you gotta work even harder now. You got to top what you already did. Because they’ll find someone else.” — Bill Burr

16. “Patrice O’Neal is the best comic I ever saw.” — Bill Burr

17. “You know, it wasn’t even that I’m a funny guy, I just loved stand-up comedy, and I wanted to do it. It was one of the few things in my life that I knew I was going to be able to do, and I also felt as though I’d be able to do it the way I wanted to do it.” — Bill Burr

18. “Being a comedian is an incredible thing, but it can be scary sometimes.” — Bill Burr

19. “I gotta be honest with you. I’m kind of jealous of the way my dad gets to talk to my mom sometimes. Where are all those old-school women you can just take your day out on? When did they stop making those angels?” — Bill Burr

20. “Did you ever spell a word so bad that your spell check has absolutely no clue what you’re trying to spell? What do you end up getting, you end up getting, like, a question mark? You got a million dollars of technology just looking back at you like, ‘You got me, buddy. Which is pretty amazing because I have all the words.’” — Bill Burr

21. “The word ‘ranting’ is kind of overused now. Literally, if you just talk about a subject for 30 seconds or more, even if you never raised your voice, if I just talk about it, it’s called a rant.” — Bill Burr

22. “You probably need 1/10 of the world’s population for us to continue to exist. There’s just too many damn people. You have to somehow get us from 7 billion people to… I don’t know what the magic number is, but I imagine at some point, that will happen. And I don’t know about you, but I don’t think I’m making the cut.” — Bill Burr

23. “I can’t quite remember who I voted for president. It wasn’t Trump or Hillary, though. I didn’t like either one of them.” — Bill Burr

24. “Rich people never go to war. You ask a college kid to go to war, and he’s like, ‘Umm, I’m taking this sociology class, and I think war is, like, really stupid, and my roommate’s, like, half Afghani, so it’s going to cause some static.’” — Bill Burr

25. “Look how long it took to build the Freedom Tower, and we wanted that. It took 15 years.” — Bill Burr

26. “People focus too much on whether there’s a Democrat or a Republican in office. It’s not like this guy Kim-Jong Un got into power the second Trump got into power. It’s not like he wasn’t a problem. It’s not like we haven’t had warmongers. It’s not like corporations haven’t been the main influence on what we’re doing around the world.” — Bill Burr

27. “The Giants beating the undefeated Patriots, that’s all a joke. The star of a reality show is going to run the country. The guy who decided if Bret Michaels or Cyndi Lauper would make a better CEO for a company that doesn’t exist is going to be running stuff.” — Bill Burr

28. “I think it’s hilarious the way Obama is depicted post-presidency. He’s always kayaking or playing Jai Alai like he’s some retired athlete or something. Like he wasn’t doing the exact same thing everybody else was doing.” — Bill Burr

29. “Everyone should just drive out to the Mojave Desert and just experience it, and it’s a fun place to live.” — Bill Burr

30. “I have this weird sort of Gemini thing where I can really be empathetic and a loving person. But if you piss me off, I can be one of the meanest, most sadistic people.” — Bill Burr

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