Blair Butler Biography, Age, Height, Family, Education, Net Worth

Blair Butler Biography

Blair Butler is an American TV Show Host, stand up comic, writer, producer, director, and geek icon known for her work on G4’s Attack of the Show! She regularly reviews new comics on her “Fresh Ink” segment on Attack of the Show and is a key part of the network’s live coverage of San Diego’s Comicon International each year.

Blair Butler Age

Butler was born on June 28, 1977, in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. She is 42 years old as of 2019. Butler is an American by nationality and she belongs to white ethnicity.

Blair Butler Height

Butler stands at a height of  5′ 10″ (1.78 m) and weighs 52kg.

Blair Butler Family

Butler’s father is Robert Butler, longtime film critic for the Kansas City Star. We have no details regarding to her mother and siblings.

Blair Butler Husband

According to our records, Blair Butler is possibly single. We have no records of past relationships for Blair Butler.

Blair Butler Children

We have no records of whether she has children or not.

Blair Butler Education

Butler graduated from Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois. She became the head writer of G4’s flagship television program X-Play. Although she identifies herself as a writer/producer, her work as a stand-up comedian, including being featured on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, opened the way for her to work on-camera.

Blair Butler Career

During her years with X-Play, she participated in the show’s re-occurring sketches and topics in the role of the “Drunk Writer,” a woman writer wearing bulky sunglasses and a T-shirt with the words “I Need Drink” and can always be seen with a bottle of liquor (“Rot Gut”) and an unlit cigarette hanging from her mouth. (Butler doesn’t smoke in true life. She then became the head writer for G-4’s “Attack of the Show,” a regular hour of live television. Butler often wrote and directed comedy skits forAOS co-host Olivia Munn, including “Wonder Woman” and “The Lesbionic Woman.”

She was later provided her own segment called Fresh Ink where she criticized comic books, reviewing the latest comic book problems with her advice on whether to “purchase,” “browse” or “burn” them. Starting in 2007, the Fresh Ink section developed into Blair recommending fine comics and collectibles from multiple L.A. comic shops. area.

Blair Butler interviews a Bender character cosplayer from the Futurama animated TV show.
Butler has an internet section called “Geek Out” on the G4 page where she examines multiple stuff from the geek culture.

She co-hosted X-Play on certain weeks when one of the co-hosts was absent:

Filled in for Adam Sessler as co-host for X-Play for the week of May 22, 2006.
Filled in for Morgan Webb as co-host for X-Play for the weeks of August 28, 2006 and September 4, 2006. While Webb was absent, Butler reviewed games in addition to co-hosting. She hosted the show’s birthday special for Adam Sessler during this period.
Filled in for Olivia Munn as co-host for Attack of the Show on January 31, 2008, February 27, 2008, and April 23, 2009. Filled in for Kevin Pereira as co-host for Attack of the Show on January 16, 2009. Co-hosted various other times.
Blair appeared on the cover of Booster Gold #23 published by DC Comics.

Butler was a frequent host on G4’s podcast “Around the Net” during the holidays, showing videos from the internet. Butler announced she had been let go by G4 in December 2012.

Blair was the author of Microsoft’s “Xbox @ E3 Live” coverage, which ran on Xbox Live nightly from June 11, 2013 through June 13, 2013. She was also featured for the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain in a day one segment interviewing Hideo Kojima. The three-day specials brought her together with former G4 characters such as Morgan Webb, Kevin Pereira, Blair Herter, Jessica Chobot, and Tina Summerford.

In July 2013, Blair hosted Marvel’s Earth’s Mightiest Show, an original video series spotlighting movies, comics, science, video games and news from Marvel Entertainment.

Most recently she has been the editorial producer of “Talking Dead,” the Chris Hardwick-hosted talk show that follows every episode of the zombie hit “Walking Dead” on the AMC cable network.

Blair Butler Net Worth

Blair has an estimated net worth of about  $1,722,075 Dollars. Her salary is not yet revealed.

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