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Nora Burns is a writer, performer, comedian, actress, archivist and generally social being who has lived in New York City since 1979. She's a founding member of the comedy groups Unitard and the Nellie Olesons.
Her solo show David’s Friend had an extended run at LaMama Theater where it  received rave reviews and then toured various venues.
She started a storytelling series called New York Stories at the Stonewall Inn in 2014.
Her early 90’s Manhattan Cable show, Candied Camera, is archived in the Fales Library at NYU.
Nora has performed at venues across the country including Joe’s Pub, La MaMa, and Dixon Place in New York City,  Highways, Cavern Club and The HBO Workspace in Los Angeles and the comedy festivals Just for Laughs in Montreal, We’re Funny That Way in Toronto, and the Aspen Comedy Festival (now HBO Comedy Festival). 
In addition to stage work, Nora has appeared in the films “Broken Hearts,” “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” “Club,” “Boys Life 3” and the documentary “Florent: Queen of the Meat Market.” Her TV appearances include Logo’s “Wisecrack” comedy show and “The Sandra Bernhard Experience.”
She has written for publications including PAPER Magazine, TimeOutNY and HX. 
Nora's Instagram is a compilation of photos and stories from the 80's and 90's @noraburnsnyc