Bo Burnham

comedian and writer and director of 8th grade

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Bo Burnham launched his stand-up career on YouTube when he was a teenager. Now he’s made a film about what it’s like for pre-teen kids to grow up with the internet.

'Eighth Grade:' a new film from comedian Bo Burnham

Bo Burnham launched his stand-up career on YouTube when he was a teenager. Now he’s made a film about what it’s like for pre-teen kids to grow up with the internet.

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