Meet Nia Renee Hill: The Black Woman Behind Bill Burr’s “White Women Rant”
Since his opening monologue included many hot topics about race and women, some seemed to think that others may be surprised to find out that his wife is Black.
Who is Bill Burr’s wife?
Nia Renee Hill was born on June 2, 1978, and is 42 years old. She is an actor, writer, producer and director who has been seen in “Lila, Long Distance,” “Did You Look for Work This Week?” and, more recently, the Netflix show “Santa Clarita Diet.” Hill also appears on Burr’s podcast, the “Monday Morning Podcast,” quite often, and it seems that fans really love hearing the couple interact.
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After dating for many years, Hill married Burr in September 2013. They have two children , Lola, who born in January 2017, and a second child they welcomed this past summer. In May 2020, Hill shared news of her pregnancy with a post showing off her baby bump, with the caption, “In other news…”
In June 2020, she shared a sweet selfie cradling her newborn son, paired with the caption, “Mama’s here. Always.”
“She gave me a beautiful baby boy, so I got a daughter and a son now, and it’s awesome,” Burr told Jimmy Kimmel in June. “And then fortunately, he emotionally seems to be wired like my wife.. so he’s like totally chill. He just kind of cries when he’s hungry.”
Those of us familiar with Burr’s career and trajectory know that his comments on race have moved a little more left and a little less sleep.
From his 2003 “Emotionally Unavailable” where he actually used the N-Word on stage when telling a story about his racist grand mother meeting Nia for the first time. To not caring about the history of Black people discriminated at swimming pools. To his material on run away slaves not receiving any help “and now I’m supposed to D’ you up in gym class” etc leading up to this Saturday night live performance.
God bless the sister: She has been dealing with this man since her early 20’s while he was in his early 30’s and keep in mind, this is a guy that keeps friends like Opie and Anthony Cumia
Keep in mind, this is Anthony’s reaction to a Black woman not consenting to him taking pictures of her.
We’re sure Nia has been Burr’dened (real word) with having to deal with ridiculous remarks and behavior over the past couple decades from this man and over here at the Wine Cellar, we hope she’s well and good.
Yes. Bill’s monologue was dope and well delivered. That is to be expected as he is kind of a professional. But for those of us that know his work and his podcast, this was coming and it came because he has Nia in his ear.
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