Bill Hader is an American comedian and actor. For eight seasons Hader was in the cast of Saturday Night Live before signing off in 2013. He’s lent his voice to animated films like Inside Out (where he played Fear), had his voice electronically altered to play the role of BB-8 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and played the part of the computer voice in Star Trek Into Darkness. He plays the star role in HBO’s dark comedy Barry which has won him two Emmy Awards for Best Comedic Actor.
Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 7, 1978, his zodiac sign is Gemini. His full name is William Thomas Hader Jr.
We couldn’t find anything that Bill has said about which political side he leans to. We did find out one thing: he doesn’t like President Donald Trump.
In a 2019 interview Hader looked back on some of the characters he played on SNL, and how he wouldn’t have done them the same today. The comedian said that the current culture has changed. When asked why that happened, Hader gave the answer, “Having a racist misogynist as a president.”
Asked to explain himself further, Hader commented, “You have a guy in office who would walk over someone dying in the street if they were African-American, or Hispanic, or a woman. I think people are sick of that and hurt by it. And by telling jokes that hurt people’s feelings, in a weird way you’re aligning yourself with the president, who is the worst insult comic in the world.” (1)
Bill has said many times that he gets very nervous about his performances. He once told a fan that he performs a mental trick to lower his anxiety:
“I purposely do something on air that I haven’t planned to get me out of my head. It’s like tricking your brain. It makes me feel like I screwed up so I can except that I screwed up and relax.” (2)
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