Who actually is Bill Burr’s wife Nia Renee Hill? Wiki Bio
Nia Renee Hill was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 2 June 1969 – her zodiac sign is Gemini and she holds American nationality. She is an actress, but perhaps best known for being the wife of Bill Burr, a famous American stand-up comedian and actor.
Childhood and education
Nia was raised alongside her two sisters in Los Angeles, by their father who was a comedy manager and their mother who was working at a local market. However, the two soon divorced and the girls started living with their father, who later married a woman who had two sons, thus Nia and her sisters have two stepbrothers.
Nia was motivated by her father to pursue a career as an actress and a stand-up comedian. She studied at Greenville County High School where she was a member of the school’s drama club, and after matriculation in 1987, she enrolled at Emerson College, Boston graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in media arts in 1991. She then took fashion and acting courses in her hometown.
Career as an actress and other ventures
Nia worked several jobs while trying to find work in the film industry – it took her 10 years to do so. In 2001, she worked as a casting assistant on the drama series “The Education of Max Bickford”, which starred Richard Dreyfuss and Marcia Gay Harden, and which follows a man teaching history at a girl’s college at which his daughter is studying.
The series won three awards and was nominated for two others.
In 2003, Nia served as the talent coordinator for the episode “Popcopy & Clayton Bigsby” of the comedy music series “Chappelle’s Show”, and six years later in 2009, she made her debut film appearance portraying the lead character Rhonda in the short drama movie “Carpool”, which starred Sweetie Duren and Shonna Major and which follows a girl who has to decide whether to work on her future or to keep dating her convict boyfriend. In 2011, she appeared as the supporting character Tasha Smith in two episodes of the comedy series “Lila, Long Distance” but which was cancelled after only five episodes.
In 2012, Nia starred in the 30-minute long comedy drama film “Did You Look for Work This Week?” which follows a woman reshaping her entire life.
Nia appeared in the short comedy musical film “Sarah Silverman: Diva” in 2013, as well as in the comedy movie “Divorce: A Love Story” which follows two people who realize after their divorce that they can’t live without one another. The year 2014 saw Nia work in the costume and wardrobe department for the short comedy film “Pizzazz: Where’s My Movie?”, directed and written by Aliza Pearl, while her next role was portraying Leslie in two episodes of the comedy horror series “Santa Clarity Died” in 2017. It follows the real estate agent Joel whose world turns upside down after his wife Sheila dies; the series was nominated for three awards .
Some of Nia’s latest appearances have been in the comedy drama series “Crashing” in 2018, which follows a stand-up comedian who has to rethink his life after his wife divorces him, and in the animation comedy drama series ‘F Is for Family” in 2019 in which she appeared in six episodes as Georgia Roosevelt. It stars Bill Burr, Laura Dern, and Justin Long and follows the Murphy Family living in the ‘70s; it has been nominated for four awards including two Primetime Emmy during its run since 2015.
Love life and relationships
Nia met Bill Burr in the early 2000s when they were working on the same comedy show, and they started dating a few days later.
In 2008, Bill asked Nia to marry him, but they waited for five years before marrying in 2013, in a small ceremony attended by only their closest friends and family. On 20 January 2017, Nia gave birth to their daughter Lola.
Nia was married once before Bill, but filed for divorce for unknown reasons, and has kept the details of her ex-husband hidden from the media’s curiosity. It is widely believed that Nia is Bill’s first long-term girlfriend, and as he has stated in one of his interviews, he was never any good with women and this one time that he approached a girl, told a joke, and made her laugh, she accepted his date invitation leading to their happy marriage
The family of three is living together at their home in Los Angeles.
Hobbies and other interests
Nia enjoys being active on the internet, and has accounts on Instagram and Twitter among other networks, and she uses these to tell jokes and to give fashion and beauty advice to her fans. She likes to spend her free time outdoors in natural locations such as national parks and woods, but is also keen on reading, with some of her favorite writers being Herman Hesse and Nicholas Sparks, with some of her favorite books being “Siddhartha” and “Message in a Bottle”. One of her main hobbies is travelling, and she has been to several US states as well as to a couple of European and African countries such as England (Europe), Egypt, and Sao Tome and Principe (Africa).
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Nia likes to watch movies late at night, and some of her favorite actors and actresses are Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy and Rosario Dawson, while some of her favorite movies are “Fences”, “Meet Dave”, and “Seven Pounds”.
Appearance and net worth
Nia is 50 years old. She has long black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 2ins (1.57m) tall, and weighs around 120lbs (55kgs). As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $1.2 million, while Bill’s net worth is reputedly over $8 million.
Who is Bill Burr? Wiki Bio
William Frederick Burr was born in Canton, Massachusetts USA, on 10 June 1968, so his zodiac sign is Gemini and he holds American nationality.
He is best known for portraying Patrick Kuby in the neo-Western crime drama series “Breaking Bad”, which starred Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn, and which follows a chemistry teacher who goes on to produce and sell methamphetamine after learning that he’s about to die from lung cancer. The series was a major hit, winning 153 awards including two Golden Globes, and nominated for 234 others.
Bill was raised as an only child in Canton by his father Robert Edmund Burr who was a dentist, and his mother Linda Ann who was a nurse. He attended a local high school where he became interested in acting and stand-up comedy, and upon matriculation in 1987, he enrolled at Emerson College, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in radio in 1993.
After matriculation, he started working to financially support himself and pay for his college, while simultaneously working on his career as a stand-up comedian. He moved to New York City in 1994, and started doing stand-up comedy. He eventually gained recognition in the summer of 2007, when he began hosting “Bill Burr’s Monday Morning Podcast”, and in October 2019, he launched his new podcast “Bill Bert Podcast”. Many comedians have appeared as guests in his show, while Bill has also appeared in other people’s podcasts including in “Opie and Anthony”, “The Ada Carolla Show”, and “WTF with Marc Maron” among others.
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He voiced several characters in the video game “Grand Theft Auto IV” and its expansion “The Lost and Damned” in 2008 while he has appeared in many movies with some of his most notable performances having been in the crime comedy “Stand Up Guys” in 2013, the comedy “Walk of Shame” in 2014, and the political drama “The Front Runner” in 2018. He has also appeared in over 20 TV series, such as the comedy sketch “Kroll Show”, in which he portrayed Detective Smart in six episodes in 2014, the animated sitcom “The Simpsons” in 2016, and the space Western web series “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” in 2019.
Bill has a helicopter license. He knows how to play the drums, and is a fan of rock and heavy metal music – his favorite band is AC/DC.
His politics are indeterminate, but he supported Ralph Nader during the 2000 US presidential elections.