Bo Burnham

Bo Burnham

Date of birth: 21-08-1990
In 2006, when he was just 16, Bo Burnham started writing comic songs about teenage angst and posting them on YouTube, attracting millions of views. He then started playing live and in August 2008, four days after his 18th birthday, he became the youngest person to record a Comedy Central special. He released his first CD in March 2009. Nominated for best music or variety act in the 2014 Chortle Awards.
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Bo Burnham films a new special

Coming to Netflix this year

Bo Burnham is to release his first comedy special in five years.

Inside will be streamed on Netflix later this year, although no precise release date has yet been confirmed.

The comic tweeted that ‘it was filmed by me, alone, without a crew or an audience, over the course of the past year,’ adding:  ’It is almost finished. I hope you like it.’

A teaser shows him  playing piano alone in a dimly lit room - a nod to the way he shot to prominence as a teenage YouTube star - and transforming from clean-shaven to bearded:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Bo Burnham (@boburnham)

Burnham can currently be seen in the Oscar-winning film Promising Young Woman, where he plays the love interest of  star Carey Mulligan, while his next project is an as-yet untitled  HBO series about Lakers basketball in the 1980s.

His directorial debut, Eighth Grade, was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2018.

Burnham previously released the specials Words Words Words in 2010, What in 2013, and Make Happy in 2016.

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Published: 29 Apr 2021

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2010

Bo Burnham: Words, Words, Words


Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Bo Burnham: What


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