Bo Burnham as Ryan
Bo Burnham is a writer, director, comedian, songwriter and actor. Burnham’s debut film, Eighth Grade, premiered at Sundance in 2018 to rave reviews.
It has since won a Director’s Guild Award, Writer’s Guild Award, Best Film at The Seattle International Film Festival, Best Narrative Feature at the San Francisco International Film Festival and was nominated for four Independent Spirit Awards, a Critic’s Choice Award, as well as a Satellite Award. Burnham also won the Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award at the 2018 Gotham Awards. He wrote and directed the film for A24; Scott Rudin produced. He also directed Chris Rock’s latest stand-up special, Tamborine, for Netflix, and Jerrod Carmichael’s special, 8, for HBO. He has written and performed three of his own hour-long standup comedy specials as well. Burnham also can be seen in The Big Sick.
Burnham was also the co-creator and star of the MTV television series, Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous and has released a book of poetry, Egghead. He is currently writing original songs for the upcoming Sesame Street movie for Warner Bros.
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“I really wanted to write a film about female revenge,” says Writer / Director Emerald Fennell.
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