Who is Bo Burnham ?
# Robert Pickering Burnham popularly known as Bo Burnham.
# He is an American comedian, musician, singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and poet.
# He was born on August 21, 1990.
# He was born in Hamilton, Massachusetts.
# He graduated from St. John’s Preparatory School in the spring of 2008, where he was on the honor roll and involved in theatre and the campus ministry program.
# He was admitted to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to study Experimental Theatre, but instead deferred his admission for a year to pursue a career in comedy.
# He began his performance career as a YouTuber on the website YouTube in March 2006, and his videos have been watched more than 192 million times as of April 2017.
Who is Bo Burnham Dating ?
Bo Burnham is currently living a single life.
We don’t have any information about Bo Burnham past affairs and dating.
Who are Bo Burnham Parents ?
Burnham was born in Hamilton, Massachusetts, the youngest of three children of Scott Burnham, a construction company owner, and Patricia, a nurse at Burnham’s school.
He was born on Massachusetts and grew up with his siblings Pete and Samm.
What is Bo Burnham Net Worth ?
Bo Burnham is an American comedian, musician, singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and poet.
He has an estimated net worth of $3.5 Million.
- Birthday: August 21, 1990 (age 26)
- Birth Place: Hamilton, Massachusetts, United States
- Birth Name: Robert Pickering Burnham
- Birth Sign: Leo
- Occupation: Comedian, musician, singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and poet
- Famous as: Bo Burnham
- Height: 6 feet 5 inches
- Weight: Unknown
- Net Worth: $3.5 Million
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: White
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Eye Color: Green
- Father: Scott Burnham
- Mother: Patricia Burnham
- Siblings: Pete and Samm Burnham
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10 years ago today, I posted a silly song I wrote on this new thing called YouTube. The song wasn't very good or subtle but I was 16 and when you're 16 you kind of suck at stuff. The song went #viral and that gave me the chance to write more stuff and try to get better and perform live and now I'm 26 and it's all very strange to think about. YouTube has changed a lot since then, and I worry that the platform I used to get noticed isn't available to normal people anymore. All the trending videos are tonight show clips or movie trailers or top 40 music videos or vlogs from YouTubers with millions of subscribers. What chance does a regular kid have? It's a bummer. But it can change. I think? And there are now dozens of competing outlets so that's probably good. ANYWAY. I'm just writing b/c ppl were tweeting at me to do something for this 10 year mark and for me there's nothing really to do other than to say thank you. I am extremely grateful for the opportunities I've had over the last 10 years to express myself. It is a privilege I do not take lightly. And I'm excited for the next 10. -Bo