William Frederick "Bill" Burr (b. June 10, 1968) is an American comedian. He hosted the October 10, 2020 episode of Saturday Night Live, which became notorious for Burr's crass and (in some considerations) offensive stand-up monologue.
In his standup career, Burr is often remembered for the "Philadelphia Incident." In that 2006 incident, Burr was part of a larger stand-up show in Philadelphia, where the unruly audience had heckled the comedians who came before him. Fed up with this behavior, Burr launched into an insulting and profane rant, filling his allotted time by berating the audience and insulting the city.
Additionally, he created and stars in the Netflix animated sitcom F Is for Family (2015–present), played Patrick Kuby in the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad (2008–2013), and co-founded the All Things Comedy network. He has hosted the twice-weekly comedy podcast, titled The Monday Morning Podcast, since May 2007.