A warm, crowd-winning presenter, Sam can control and enthral crowds of all sizes. He has been an on-screen face on CBBC, giving him experience of autocues and running to
tight schedules. He has also written jokes and scripts for the BBC, SKY, AMAZON PRIME and the opening monologue for the BAFTA TELEVISION AWARDS for three years running, allowing him to bring a fresh, up to date and bespoke performance to every show he does.
As well as acting as an emcee, Sam can also provide a live set lasting from five to forty minutes, including stand-up comedy, magic tricks, games and fantastic audience interaction. Original routines include a dance involving an invisible dog, swallowing needles (and then regurgitating them back up) and making tea in the most inventive way. He is able to adapt his material for both die-hard comedy aficionados and for audiences wanting to experience easily accessible and wholesome material. Although he often uses props, his stage set-up and tech requirements are minimal.
Sam performs regularly on the UK comedy circuit and is a recognisable face at the Edinburgh Festival, where his solo shows have garnered him a host of winning praise from comedy critics:
Sam has a strong online presence with a number of viral clips amassing over 1.5 million views across Tiktok and Instagram. Also a trained actor, he can most recently be seen in Ted Lasso (AppleTV), Dreamland (Sky) and Dreaming Whilst Black (BBC/A24). His current projects include being an associate producer and writer on Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable (DAVE/UKTV) as well developing an all new live show involving original magic tricks that he has invented himself. He is based in North London.