Lola Burr

Who is Lola Burr?

Lola Burr is an American citizen and a Capricorn, as she was born on January 20, 2017, in Los Angeles, California. Lola Burr is renowned for being the daughter of well-known stand-up comedian Bill Burr.

Lola Burr: Bio and Body measurements

Lola is two years old, 2 feet 9.5 inches (85.5 cm) tall, weighs about 26.5 pounds, and has curly black hair (12kbs). Her mother, Nia Renee Hill, is an actress best known for her roles in the films “Lila, Long Distance” (2011), “Did You Look for Work This Week?” (2012), and “Santa Clarita Diet” (2017), which gave her the African-American heritage. She contributes writing to Xojane’s site as well.

Lola has already had the chance to walk on stages where some of the most well-known performers, such as Led Zeppelin and Bonham, have appeared.

Quick facts about Lola Burr

Name Lola Burr
Weight 12kg
Height  2’9
Date of birth  20 January 2017
Age 5 years nationality
Nationality  American
Zodiac sign  Aquarius
Hair Color  Black
Father Bill Burr
Mother Nia Renee Hill
Ethnicity  African American
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California

Lola Burr: Father

Lola Burr
Biography Zoom: Lola Burr (Source: Google)

The sole reason Lola is well-known is because of her father, William Frederick “Bill” Burr, who was born on June 10, 1968, in Canton, Massachusetts, USA. Bill is an American citizen of German and Irish ancestry, and his zodiac sign is Gemini. Bill is a stand-up comedian, actor, and host of a podcast. From 2008 to 2013, he played Patrick Kuby in the television series “Breaking Bad.”

Bill was reared in Canton by his mother Linda Ann Wigent, a nurse, and his dentist father Robert Edmund Burr. After graduating from high school in Canton, he enrolled at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, where he eventually earned a bachelor’s degree in radio in 1993. Bill worked in many warehouses before starting his career as a stand-up comedian. He said in an interview that he liked the flexibility of the job: “If my employer gave me a hard time, I could just get on a forklift and just, like, drive away.”

He began his comedic career in 1992, but it wasn’t until he relocated to New York City in 1994 that he started to get noticed. He is currently most known for his “Bill Burr’s Monday Morning Podcast,” which has been broadcasting since May 2007 and in which he discusses his life experiences, events taking place right now across the globe, and sports while also responding to questions from viewers. Both Bill’s website and the All Things Comedy network have access to the podcast. Bill’s wife Nia occasionally makes an appearance in his podcast, and over the years, Bill has also had various comedians as guests.

His first hour-long special, “Why Do I Do This?” premiered in 2008, and Comedy Central has been airing his second special, “Let it Go,” which was taped at The Fillmore in San Francisco, since it debuted on September 18, 2010. His fourth special, “I’m Sorry You Feel That Way,” which was published in 2014 and was shot at the Tabernacle Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, was his third special, “You People Are All The Same,” which was released on Netflix in 2012. Bill Burr’s sixth and most recent special, “Bill Burr: Paper Tiger,” launched on Netflix on September 10, 2019, while his fifth special, “Bill Burr: Walk Your Way Out,” made its Netflix debut on January 31, 2017.

Bill Burr published this on September 19, 2010, a Sunday.

Bill has made appearances on various podcasts hosted by other well-known comedians as well as radio programs like “Opie and Anthony,” “The Adam Carolla Show,” and “The Nerdist Podcast,” among others. When he took over as a guest host of the “Hollywood Babble-On” podcast on April 18, 2011, he became the first individual to ever appear as a guest on the “Tom Green” podcast.

Bill also dabbles in voice acting; in the computer game “Grand Theft Auto IV,” he provided the Jason Michaels character—a member of the Lost MC biker gang—with his vocal talents in 2008. In the “The Lost and Damned” expansion for the game, he repeated his role as the same character.

Bill is regarded as one of the top stand-up comedians in the business and is idolized by other comedians in the industry. He has acted in several films and TV shows, including “Date Night” in 2010, “Breaking Bad” in 2012 and 2013, and the buddy police thriller “The Heat” in 2013. He also created the adult animated sitcom “F Is For Family,” which debuted on Netflix on December 18, 2015, and is one of its key cast members.

The US’s “Rolling Stone” magazine referred to Bill as “the undisputed heavyweight champion of rage-fueled humor,” and Bill refers to himself as “the “dude, bro” person.” Bill has been featured in several US periodicals.

The “Montreal Gazette” dubbed him “a cynic and a contrarian who has never paid any mind to political correctness,” while “The New York Magazine” called him “one of the funniest, most distinctive voices in the country for years.”

Bill is a major music fan, especially of heavy metal, and has been playing the drums since he was a teenager. He has a license to fly a helicopter. He uses tobacco heavily. He stands 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 meters) tall, has blue eyes, and weighs about 140 lbs (64kgs). Early in 2020, his net worth was over $8 million.

Nia, Bill Burr’s wife

Nia, who works with her husband Bill Burr in the entertainment business, has worked as a casting assistant for the TV series “The Education of Max Bickford” and as a talent supervisor for “Chappelle’s Show.” Nia came to Los Angeles to live with Bill after meeting him in 2009 while they were both working on a comedy show. Nia began dating Bill shortly after meeting him.

Bill and Nia both attended Emerson College, but they didn’t run into each other there. Bill and Nia wed in 2013, and the couple now has a family of three that resides in Los Angeles, California.

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