Ten New Minutes Of Stand-Up Every Montho For 1 Year
  • Episode 8: Better, Not Good

    In episode 8 Bill covers his daughter getting a new job, what he would have done with a vagina, and some shows he is pitching to ABC Family

  • Episode 7: Food "D" In My Mouth "P"

    In episode 7 of "Bill Squire's (Perfect) Ten" Bill covers the new TMNT movie, the munchies, and more.

  • Episode 6: Thank You Cancer

    Bill talks about a run in with an old lady, cutting the grass, and the bright side of cancer.

  • Episode 5: Lighthearted Heaviness

    Bill talks about being fat...again.

  • Episode 4: A Lil' Jerkin Goes A Long Way

    In episode 4 Bill talks about the healing power of masturbation.

  • Episode 3: Belt and Scarf

    In Episode 3 Bill tells us about his wife and his triumph's and failure's as a husband.

  • Episode 2: You're Wrong And That's Okay

    In episode 2 Bill talks about The Church of Ladder Day Saints and other ridiculous religious beliefs.

  • Episode 1: Thigh Gaps and Bullies

    In Episode 1 Bill talks about raising his children and how he handled problems as a child.

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I'm Bill Squire and this is my bio. I am a stand-up comedian. I've been doing stand-up for a long time. I started when I was 22 years old after I was excommunicated from The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints.

I worked on my act and started getting work on the road. I always focused on writing and being the best comedian I can be.

I have never focused on fame or fortune so I haven't been on TV but I have worked with a lot of comedians that have been on TV and in movies and some of them remember my name.

I have released three comedy albums. Sarcasm Bus was my first album and it isn't terrible. My second release was a self produced stand-up special called "Just Say Your Jokes" which you can watch for FREE on youtube. My third album "Crowded" came out in September 2013 and made it to number eight on the iTunes Comedy charts.

I do have a day job and that is co-hosting The Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS. Things are good now go make yourself familiar with my world.

  • And if you are just starting out or you are still in this phase, you gotta know its normal and the most important thing you can do is do a lot of work. Put yourself on a deadline so that every week you will finish one story. It is only by going through a volume of work that you will close that gap, and your work will be as good as your ambitions.

    — Ira Glass


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