Bill Burr Movies
Born June 10, 1968, in Canton, Mass., Burr is known for his candid observational wit, which he's displayed not only on the club circuit but with television gigs on "Comedy Central Presents," "One Night Stand" and "Late Show with David Letterman." The funnyman also unleashed his biting humor in the 2008 comedy special "Why Do I Do This?"
On a dramatic note, Burr appeared in two fourth-season episodes of the hit cable series "Breaking Bad." His other acting credits include Playing Chicken (2007) and Date Night (opposite Steve Carell). In 2012, he returned to his comic stylings as the star of the stand-up comedy special "Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same."
Still reeling from his wife's death, Elliot Anderson struggles to maintain custody of his biracial granddaughter when her grandmother begins pushing to have the girl sent back to her father -- a crack addict Elliot blames for his daughter's demise.