Original internet comedian Bo Burnham has won his first Emmy.
The actor, musical comic and filmmaker received awards for music direction and a variety of special directives at the third Creative Arts event on Sunday, September 12.
He was nominated for a total of six awards for his Grandbreaking One-Man Epidemic Special “Bow Burnham: Inside”; Others were special (pre-recorded), the winner of which will be announced during the 73rd annual primetime event on Sunday, September 19; Various special writings; Various programming image editing; And original music and lyrics.
His musical comedy special which debuted on Netflix in May and hit theaters only one weekend in July. Burnham is the star of “Inside,” but he wore many more hats, including director, writer, producer, music director, cinematographer, and film and sound editor.
In June, Burnham released music exclusively on an album titled “Inside (The Gun)”, which peaked at number 1 on Billboard’s comedy album charts and eventually peaked at number 7 in the top 200.
In 2018, Burnham snatched a handful of awards for his feature directing debut, A24’s “Eighth Grade”, including the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay and the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Direction for Feature Film for the first time. It was his first Emmy nomination, though.
Her 2020 performance in “Promising Young Woman” has nominated Burnham for Supporting Actor from the Hollywood Critics Association, which has already rewarded her with a special comedy / variety for “Inside”.
In August, Burnham appeared on a rare stage with Phoebe Bridger in Largo, Coronet, for the live debut of “That Funny Feeling,” a fan-favorite vocal ballad from “Inside.”
In March, Diversity It is learned that Burnham was cast as Larry Bird in HBO’s upcoming Los Angeles Lakers series, but he dropped out of the project last month due to a “conflict of schedule”, which attracted many Burnham fans to the next multi-hyphenate comedian’s next project. Anxiously waiting.