Bo Burnham’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Bo Burnham Height Weight Body Statistics

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Biography

Bo Burnham’s body measurements are all here! Check out his height, weight, shoe size and more!

A multitalented artist from America, Bo Burnham is currently a prominent figure in the fields of acting, comedy, and music. In his teenage, Robert started his career through YouTube where he used to upload songs and comedic performances. His videos quickly became popular and brought him into the limelight. In 2008, he released his first comedic EP “Bo Fo Sho” and over the next five years, released three studio albums. All of these performed exceptionally well both critically and commercially, turning Burnham into a world-renowned artist. After gaining fame as a comedian, he then moved into the fields of acting, writing, and film direction. In 2013, he published his first poetry book Egghead: Or, You Can’t Survive on Ideas Alone. As for his on-screen work, Bo is prominently known for starring in the TV series Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous along with being the writer and director of the acclaimed film, Eighth Grade. Now moving from his professional work to his private life, Bo Burnham has been in a relationship with playwright Lorene Scafaria since 2013.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.

Height196 cm, 6′ 5″
Weight84 kg, 185 pounds
Shoe Size (US)10.5
Body ShapeSlim

Quotes

I have a pretty good math mind, so I can see patterns, but I don’t have a great ear. It’s like a tragedy – I can see so much more natural musical ability in so many other people.

I’m bored way too easily. I’m staring at screens half the day. I need to be overstimulated. And how will that express itself artistically?

I think comedy has a range, with multiple peaks in different areas. It’s like trying to compare Beethoven and the Beatles. Sometimes I hear from people, ‘I think you try too hard in your comedy.’ And that’s what I worry about.

The U.K. and Europe in general seem to be a lot more patient. The U.S. are expecting ‘joke joke joke joke joke joke joke.’ They don’t actually sit and listen to you.

I’m still a kid in his bedroom, writing songs and playing them.

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